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23/11/2017
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    Blog posts by year and month January 2014

    Posts (8)

    1. Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the geological theory of Catastrophism.

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    2. At its heart The Kite Runner is a story about love and loyalty, and that’s why it’s a book that will last.

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    3. Alison Hindell, head of BBC Audio Drama pays tribute to June Spencer (Peggy Archer) and the many actors, writers and producers who won at the 2014 Audio Drama Awards.

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    4. Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss sources of Early Chinese History.

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    5. new iPlayer radio homepage

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    6. American novelist Jonathan Lethem discusses 4 songs which have inspired his past books, and one which forecasts the next. His latest novel Dissident Gardens features on Radio 4's Book At Bedtime from 20 January at 22.45pm 

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    7. Melvyn Bragg discusses the Battle of Tours of 732 with guests Rosamond McKitterick Professor of Medieval History at the University of Cambridge, Matthew Innes Vice-Master and Professor of History at Birkbeck, University of London.

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    8. James Naughtie talks about meeting Donna Tartt and how she explains her cult debut novel The Secret History, first published in 1992.

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