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Week 13 highlights
All this week, British singing star Engelbert Humperdinck chooses the Tracks Of My Years.
Radio 1 DJs Vernon Kay and Sara Cox head up north to their hometown of Bolton for the Sport Relief weekend.
Fi Glover presents a major new series for BBC Radio 4 - The Listening Project.
Especially for Sport Relief 2012, the Today Programme's sport guru Garry Richardson hosts a special laugh marathon.
As part of BBC Radio 3's Spirit of Schubert Season, Sarah Walker introduces the Essential Schubert - great works by the Viennese master in classic performances. Each day Sarah is joined by a special guest who offers their experiences of the composer and his works.
Nikki Fox has big hair, an air of mischief, and an unhealthy love of Nik Kershaw. She also gets brilliant seats at concerts and very convenient parking spaces at the supermarket. Born with Muscular Dystrophy, Nikki gets around in a mobility scooter and she reckons life is pretty flippin’ good as a disabled person - or 'Blue Badger' - in the UK.
The BBC Philharmonic Orchestra under Chief Conductor Juano Mena continue the celebration of The Spirit of Schubert with a concert featuring the live world premiere of Brian Newbould’s BBC Radio 3 commission to ‘finish’ Symphony D, D.708a (1821), completed from fragments left by the composer.
On the 100th anniversary year of Captain Scott's fatal expedition Jim Al-Khalili meets Antarctic scientist Lloyd Peck. He discusses diving in ice cold waters and how animals adapt to survive in such extreme conditions.
On 12 September 1966 a small piece of pop history took to the airwaves when The Monkees arrived on American television screens.
The Long Walk is the journey made, alone, by a bomb disposal officer to a suspect device.
Mariella Frostrup looks at why Scandinavian children's literature has such a unique voice.
This special edition for the Spirit of Schubert Season features the words of Schubert himself, read by Actor Russell Tovey, and those of his friends, family and critics, read by Actor Anthony Calf.
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