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December (17 posts)

  1. Christmas Diaries

    Thursday 13 December 2012, 13:42

    Paul Arnold Paul Arnold Producer, Radio 4 and Radio 4 Extra

    The Christmas story, day-by-day from the perspective of those it first touched.

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  2. The Loving Ballad of Captain Bateman: How an Old Folk Song Became a Modern Radio Drama

    Wednesday 12 December 2012, 10:49

    Julian May Julian May Documentary Producer

    The Loving Ballad of Captain Bateman’, a radio play with a difference. It is new and modern, and ancient and traditional, all at once.

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  3. Pinocchio

    Monday 10 December 2012, 15:14

    Linda Marshall Griffiths Linda Marshall Griffiths

    I felt Pinocchio was a journey of a boy learning to navigate life. Who leaps before he thinks, who strikes out before he knows the consequences.

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  4. Saturday Live: Pam Ayers and Neil Sedaka's Inheritance Tracks

    Friday 7 December 2012, 16:37

    Sian Williams Sian Williams is a journalist, broadcaster and MSc researcher who's studied the role of media and mental health. Twitter: @sianwilliams100

    I was reminded of the intensity of performance on last week's Saturday Live, when Murray Lachlan Young read a poem in front of a handful of us in the studio and millions at home. Delivering something you've written and allowing others to judge whether they like it, must be terrifying.

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  5. A Night Out on the Town

    Friday 7 December 2012, 15:09

    The Revd Dr Sam Wells The Revd Dr Sam Wells

    As soon as I was instituted as vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields in Trafalgar Square six months ago, this was something I knew I needed to do. If I was going to speak publicly about these issues I needed to know what sleeping outside felt like.

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  6. In Our Time: Bertrand Russell

    Friday 7 December 2012, 10:37

    Melvyn Bragg Melvyn Bragg

    Lawrence Bragg's widow wrote to me and said that she thought that we were indeed related

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  7. Saturday Review: Julius Caesar at the Donmar Theatre and The Hunger Angel

    Thursday 6 December 2012, 16:39

    Tom Sutcliffe Tom Sutcliffe Presenter of Saturday Review

    If a woman can be a general in the real world then there’s no reason she can’t be one on stage - unless, perhaps, you want to put on the kind of in-period production you rarely see these days.

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