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  1. Project Manager

    BBC Wales project manager Nick Andrews describes the daunting task of mounting a radio festival in a Welsh castle without touching any of the walls ...

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  2. Presenter, Essential Classics

    Next Week's Guest on Essential Classics: Douglas Kennedy

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  3. Private Passions producer Elizabeth Burke discovers that art writer Martin Gayford has a passion for jazz ... and also for cooking.

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  4. Cultural historian

    Professor Andrew Hussey is presenting a forthcoming documentary about Albert Camus's seminal novel, L’Étranger (The Outsider).

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  5. Head of Speech Programming, Radio 3

    Reflections by Alan Dein, award winning broadcaster and oral historian, and a veteran of five episodes of Between the Ears ... 

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  6. Head of Speech Programming, Radio 3

    Matthew Dodd introduces the reflections of four more distinguished Between the Ears producers as the series celebrates its first 20 years. 

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  7. Head of Speech Programming, Radio 3

    Matthew Dodd introduces reflections on 20 years of Between the Ears from some of the producers involved.

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  8. Producer, R3 Multiplatform

    I set out to direct Michael Frayn's Copenhagen for radio with great joy - I'd hugely admired Michael Blakemore's original 1998 stage production and Howard Davies' inventive 2002 BBC film version - but also with a great sense of trepidation. How would we turn a brilliant stage play into somethin...

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  9. Former President of Ireland, Mary Robinson. Photo © BBC Radio 3 Listener Blogger Rosalind Porter reports from Free Thinking 2012 at The Sage Gatehead Once again the foyers and halls are bustling with thinkers and there's a major new innovation to bring more people into the live exper...

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  10. Producer, R3 Multiplatform

    Producer Beaty Rubens introduces a new, extended series of The Essay on Radio 3 - three blocks of ten episodes stretching in to 2013, the first series beginning on Monday 15th October. I was interested in the Anglo-Saxons - that wasn't the problem. In fact, I had attended a primary school cal...

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