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  1. Bookclub: Do No Harm

    Jim Naughtie talks to Neurosurgeon Henry Marsh about his novel Do No Harm.

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  2. Radio 4’s latest Dangerous Visions season returns with Iain Glen as the Illustrated Man in a dramatisation of Ray Bradbury's iconic short story collection. Adapted by Brian Sibley.

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  3. Melvyn Bragg discusses this week's In Our Time on Exoplanets as well as his recent trip to Moscow.

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  4. Commissioning Editor

    Mohit Bakaya, one of Radio 4's Commissioning Editors, discusses new programme Inside Science, which will replace Radio 4's Material World.

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  5. Melvyn Bragg on this week's In Our Time on Einstein's theory of relativity.

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  6. My name is Shaun Keaveny, I am a music broadcaster, and a long-term sufferer of a sometimes debilitating condition. It is devastatingly virulent, indiscriminate, and can strike the patient down at any time, anywhere. It is the Earworm. An earworm is a parasitic little fragment of music that b...

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  7. "And, this week, that train of thought led us to try to squeeze as many Radio 4 presenters and producers into our studio as possible..." A bunch of attention seekers would be one way of describing the More or Less team. With the Financial Times' Undercover Economist Tim Harford at the...

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  8. From the 2010 experiments - Ruth Brooks: Homing Snails Looking for a new hobby? Try science. One of the reasons that we launched our search for the BBC's Amateur Scientist of the Year is because science isn't really seen as a hobby. Science is generally viewed as something that's do...

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  9. Senior Producer, A&Mi

    Image by Liz Henry used under licence Next week sees the start of a season of programmes about the brain on Radio 4. It covers 5000 years of understanding (and misunderstanding) of what the brain is and what it does from the ancient Egyptians to recent advances in neuroscience. It takes in ...

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