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28/06/2017
BBC Radio 4

    Clarissa Maycock

    Content Producer at Radio 4

    Blog posts in total 15

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    1. Do you have any special memories of Charlotte Green's time on Radio 4? What would you sign in her leaving card? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

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    2. Clive Anderson called Edinburgh the Athens of the North during Saturday's recording of Loose Ends (and not just to lead into a gag about Greece's economic collapse). For a few weeks in August Edinburgh becomes one of the cultural capitals of the world with thousands of shows taking place at the ...

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    3. Radio 4 is returning to the the world's largest arts festival this month - The Edinburgh Festival. Over 100 shows and masterclasses are taking place on the BBC's pop-up site in Potterow - including many Radio 4 shows. There's a great line-up of comedy programmes heading to Edinburgh - Just a...

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    4. "Star Trekkin' is a song that no-one has ever covered on The X Factor... why is that?" - Charlie Brooker, So Wrong It's Right There has been some great comedy on Radio 4 this week - including the last in the current series of So Wrong It's Right with Charlie Brooker, Richard Osman, R...

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    5. Editor's Note: Tony Hall is the Chief Executive of the Royal Opera House. He chaired the panel which chose 60 public figures who define Queen Elizabeth II's reign for the landmark Radio 4 series The New Elizabethans. Here he writes about selecting these New Elizabethans - CM. It was...

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    6. Editor's note: Robin Brooks dramatised James Joyce's 'Ulysses' for BBC Radio 4. Here, he writes about the challenges of adapting Joyce for radio. Ulysses is broadacst in seven parts on Satuday 16th January -CM. So, Ulysses, whose idea was that then, eh? Reader, it was mine. But it wa...

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    7. As part of Radio 4's countdown to Bloomsday on 16th June, James Joyce's Playlist is broadcast Saturday 9th June at 10.30. Recorded in James Joyce's Martello Tower near Dublin, presenter David Owen Norris discovers and recreates James Joyce's favourite songs. The programme's producer, Elizabeth B...

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    8. Editor's Note: My Own Shakespeare invites public figures to talk about the piece of Shakespeare that inspires them most.The short programmes will be broadcast across Radio 3 and Radio 4 in May 2012 and be available to download afterwards. Producer Lucy Collingwood has written a blog about the ma...

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    9. Editor's Note: Crawford Logan has voiced a new 5-part recording of Swallows and Amazons for BBC Radio 4 Extra. You can hear the series during the 4 O'Clock Show from 23rd-27th April -CM Crawford Logan reads Swallows and Amazons for BBC Radio 4 Extra When I was asked to read this, I s...

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    10. Editor's note: To celebrate Just A Minute's 45th anniversary, the team travelled to India. Tilusha Ghelani, a producer on Just A Minute, recalls the trip -CM. As a producer of Just a Minute I went with Nicholas Parsons to India to make a documentary about a game played in student t...

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    11. The final day of the More Than Words Festival included pirates, spheres & grumpy crabs - with many other listening experiences along the way. The Bluesette Trio perform at the More Than Words Festival A second day of workshops in took place yesterday (Sunday 18th March) in Bristol Un...

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    12. Poetry, comedy, music and art are celebrated during the second day of the More Than Words Festival. The Riff Raff Choir perform music at the More Than Words Festival The University of Bristol's Merchant Venturers building hosted a whole day of workshops inspired by the festival's theme o...

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    13. Jamie Cullum is castaway as Bristol hosts the Radio 4 More Than Words festival. St Georges Bristol is one of the venues for the More Than Words Festival Bristol saw the More Than Words festival open in style last night with a special edition of one of Radio 4's flagship programmes. Deser...

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    14. Editor's Note: Stuart Goldsmith is an actor and stand-up comic who has appeared on CBBC and performed solo shows at the Edinburgh Festival. He is performing at the Bristol Comedy Night which takes places during the More Than Words festival in Bristol this weekend. He looks ahead to the festival ...

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    15. Editor's Note: The More Than Words Listening Festival takes place in Bristol from 16th-18th March 2012. Producer Nicki Ledgard looks ahead to the weekend's events -CM I joined the radio 4 team in Bristol just before Christmas to project manage BBC Radio 4's More Than Words listening...

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