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23/11/2017
BBC Radio 4

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    1. Producer

      Producer Peter McHugh joins crime writer Mark Billingham as he investigates why Edgar Wallace 'King of Thrillers' is fast becoming a literary unknown.

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    2. Judi Dench, Mary Quant, Winnie Mandela, French & Saunders, Enid Blyton...  A selection of the unexpected and delightful interviews that have been newly restored to the Woman's Hour archive.

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    3. A season of prgrammes relating to The Cambridge Spies. A mix of comedy, dramas and features which relive the espionage scandal that rocked the nation.

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    4. Reader in Residence

       Reader in Residence at Orkney Library and Archive, Alison Miller, discusses the life of the Orkney writer George Mackay Brown.

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    5. Author

      What would the first line of your memoir be? Ian McMillan encourages people to submit the first line of their memoir in the comments section of this blog.

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    6. Senior Producer, Radio 4

      Margaret Lockwood records for the BBC. Her Desert Island Discs programme was made in 1951 and is the earliest download available from the latest archive launch. John Calver writes about the painstaking proccess in sourcing and restoring 456 programmes and downloads from the Roy Plomle...

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    7. Producer

      Ed's note: Following recent events in Libya this Saturday's Archive on 4 explores what happens after dictators leave power - PM. Portrait of Chaiman Mao Tse Tung on the wall of the Forbidden City, 2001 Last Thursday at 12.52pm, a BBC Breaking News alert popped up in my email: ...

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    8. What is the best way to recapture one's childhood? My memory is notoriously selective and needs a prod if I am to venture off the well worn paths. Often that is provided by a smell. Whenever fresh tarmac is being laid on a road I linger half-intoxicated by the smell and the memory it evokes of ...

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    9. I was surprised but obviously delighted when, seven years ago, I was told that In Our Time was to become the first BBC programme to be podcast - but, to be honest, I didn't quite know what it meant at the time. It turned out to mean a very great deal. Thus strikes the law of unexpected consequen...

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    10. Editor's note: This Tuesday morning Radio 4 broadcasts Eliza Manningham-Buller's second Reith Lecture, Security, at 09.00 BST. It will be repeated on Saturday 17 September at 22.15 BST - PM. In Security, recorded last week in Leeds, Baroness Manningham-Buller argues that the securi...

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