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  1. 5 tips for men to survive the modern first date

    Wednesday 21 August 2013, 11:31

    Tim Samuels Tim Samuels Presenter, Men's Hour

    Tim Samuels is presenter of Men's Hour on 5 live, gives his 5 tips for men on how to survive the modern first date. He'll be co-presenting a Woman's Hour dating special with Jane Garvey on Monday.

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  2. Feedback: Salford, Radio 5 live and Radio1 Breakfast

    Thursday 13 September 2012, 17:08

    Roger Bolton Roger Bolton

    Editor's note: This week Feedback visits programme makers in the BBC's new buildings in Salford. You can hear Feedback on Radio 4 on Fridays at 4.30pm. PMcD.

    "In Xanadu did Kubla Khan a stately pleasure dome decree".

    And in Salford the BBC leadership did a similar thing.

    On the banks of the Manchester...

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  3. Feedback: Does it matter where a radio station comes from?

    Friday 10 June 2011, 14:58

    Roger Bolton Roger Bolton

    Does the location from which a radio station is broadcast significantly affect its sound and content?

    If you are talking about Radio Merseyside or Radio Cumbria the answer is obviously yes. If they don't sound local and deal with local issues, they won't have an audience.

    But what about a UK-wide...

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  4. Afternoon Play: The Big Broadcast (or Tap Dancing on the Radio)

    Wednesday 1 June 2011, 16:59

    Neil Brand Neil Brand Presenter

    Editor's note: Neil Brand is a highly experienced radio playwright and award-winning composer/lyricist who with director David Hunter is responsible for today's Afternoon Play: The Big Broadcast which you can hear online for the next seven days. Here Neil relates the evolution of The Big Broadcast from...

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  5. Live on Radio 4 tomorrow night - Mark Watson needs your help

    Sunday 27 February 2011, 13:06

    Steve Bowbrick Steve Bowbrick Head of Interactive, Radio 3

    Mark Watson is live on Radio 4 at 2300 on Monday evening with a brand new live pilot called Mark Watson's Live Address to the Nation. The theme of the pilot is 'ambition' and your role (apart from listening, of course) is to share your ambition story. What's the craziest (or noblest) thing you've ever...

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  6. Live chat: science fiction vs science fact...

    Monday 28 June 2010, 16:09

    Steve Bowbrick Steve Bowbrick Head of Interactive, Radio 3

    SciFi 600

    You'll forgive me a cheesy science pun if I tell that Radio 4's comedy science magazine show The Infinite Monkey Cage is acquiring an additional dimension this afternoon. In addition to listening to the programme live on Radio 4 from 1630 today you're invited to join a live chat about the programme and...

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  7. Science + comedy + you = Infinite Monkey Cage

    Friday 25 June 2010, 18:16

    Steve Bowbrick Steve Bowbrick Head of Interactive, Radio 3

    Scientist 600

    Monday's Infinite Monkey Cage is going to be a pretty big deal - recorded live in front of an audience of science and comedy fans at the Royal Society's See Further Festival this weekend. And here's the neat thing: during Monday's transmission of the programme (at 1630 on Radio 4) we're hosting a live...

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  8. The Woman's Hour balloon debate

    Wednesday 16 June 2010, 10:30

    Steve Bowbrick Steve Bowbrick Head of Interactive, Radio 3

    balloon 600

    This morning's Woman's Hour balloon debate was a huge hit with the studio audience and I've just closed a very busy parallel live chat on the same theme. Click 'replay' to see all the comments we published. Some were typed directly into the chat and others sent via Twitter...

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  9. Test Match Special

    Wednesday 19 August 2009, 09:50

    Mark Damazer Mark Damazer

    Alan McGilvray, Trevor Bailey, Freddie Truman, and Henry Blofeld, Test Match Special, Lords 1981

    Test Match Special is a favourite programme. I first started listening more or less forty years ago. I remember not only the wonderful Arlott and Johnston - but Alan Gibson and Don Mosey and Alan McGilvray and EW Swanton. Like many others I turned down the TV commentary to listen to TMS - unless Richie...

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