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Week 12 highlights
An exclusive week of interviews with Philip Glass, with music spanning his entire career.
Nicholas Parsons celebrates 45 years of wit and wonder from Just A Minute, including classic performances from Clement Freud, Paul Merton, Linda Smith, Shelia Hancock and Kenneth Williams.
Amplify Dot, Lioness, No Lay and Lady Leshurr are confident artistes who have got their male rivals running scared. 1Xtra's Sarah-Jane Crawford gets an exclusive insight into the elite set of UK female MCs whose names are on everyone's lips.
Journalist and broadcaster Samira Ahmed takes over the reins of One to One, seeking out the missing angles behind the headlines.
Sean Rafferty presents, with guests and exclusive live performances from the music world.
Will Gompertz continues to explore 900 years of British monarchs through the objects they acquired.
Dudley Moore wasn't just a truly original comedian and star of stage, television and Hollywood, he was also a successful classical musician and highly accomplished jazz pianist and composer.
Comedian Henning Wehn (German Comedy Ambassador to the United Kingdom) has spent over ten years living in the UK and feels he's in a good position to share his views on Britain and its unique foibles. With a tongue sharper than a rapier sword, and searing Teutonic honesty, he shares his thoughts on what it is to be British.
Jim Al-Khalili talks to CERN physicist, Tejinder Virdee about the search for the elusive Higgs boson or God particle at the Large Hadron Collider.
For the last eight and a half days of March BBC Radio 3 is devoting its entire schedule to one of the greatest ever composers, Schubert.
Huw Stephens investigates the live music scene in the UK, taking in three of this country’s best loved music venues, starting with the small - King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow; the medium - Rock City in Nottingham and the large - The O2 in South East London.
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