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  1. Senior Producer, A&Mi

    Robbie Williams is all over Radio 2 today with an online Q&A from 5.45pm and a live performance for Radio 2 in Concert from 8pm.

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  2. Senior Producer, A&Mi

    BBC Radio 2 has launched a brand new landmark 50-part series and wants listeners to get involved by contributing stories that will feature in the programme.

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  3. Senior Producer, A&Mi

    On Thursday 16 August BBC Asian Network pays tribute to legendary Qawwali maestro, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan to commemorate the 15th anniversary of his death.

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  4. Radio producer

    We hope you’ll find it as fascinating as we have hearing the likes of Bolt, Farah, Christine Ohuruogu and many other big sports names as they speak openly about their belief in God or another higher power.

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  5. Editor, Digital, Radio 2, 6 Music and Asian Network

    On Tuesday night Blur will play live for both BBC Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music in front of two audiences who have been lucky enough to win tickets for this intimate gathering.

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  6. Senior Producer

    Making jingles for BBC Radio 2 is a complex process. Although many are only about 10 seconds long, they are played next to highly produced songs, orchestras and live concerts. This means they have to be produced to the same high standards.

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  7. The Winners of 500 Words 2011 It's that time again. Thoughts at the Chris Evans Breakfast Show have turned to all things literary. We've inked our quills and gathered our most eloquent thoughts in preparation for today, where we've launched 500 WORDS - our short story writing competition f...

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  8. Ed's note: Comedian Stewart Lee presents It's Got Bells On, a new documentary, part of the Dance Season on BBC Radio 2. Here he writes about his love of Morris dancing. Really - PM East Suffolk Morris men: Photo by JossSmithson, used under this licence I don't remember when I saw my ...

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  9. Rosie Wainwright from the RPO joins the prison musicians onstage for their final performance Walking into a prison for the first time is a nerve-wracking and intimidating experience. As each heavy door slams behind you, the sense of claustrophobia increases - even in open spaces there's ne...

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