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Week 15 highlights
Five contributors to Radio 3’s The Essay make a case for doubt being so much more meaningful, valuable, and useful than certainty.
Celebrating the 150th year since the composer's birth, Donald Macleod is joined by the violinist Tasmin Little and cellist Julian Lloyd Webber, to discuss the life and music of Frederick Delius.
As BBC Radio 6 Music Celebrates: Dance Culture this April, Nemone focuses on the alternative dance experience, championing the dance acts and bands that have been key to the scene.
Johnnie Walker interviews Lionel Richie in the BBC's Maida Vale studios. In a wide-ranging conversation, beginning with his early days in Tuskegee, Alabama, Lionel takes Johnnie through his life in music.
BBC Radio 1 welcomes Jameela Jamil to the Radio 1 family, as the new host of Radio 1’s Request Show.
Peter Snow looks again at the Titanic disaster via the pages of the London Evening News.
Tony Blackburn presents a bank holiday special of the UK's best-selling albums from 1956 to March 2012. The chart was specially commissioned from the Official Charts Company and compiled from sales data of the past 56 years.
Written by Andrew Collins. Harvey Easter, husband, father, son, tone deaf piano salesman, is an eternal optimist. When all around him seems to be falling apart, Harvey manages to see the glass as half full.
Songwriter Valerie Simpson presents the story of Chaka Khan, the multi-Grammy award winning American singer who's been in the music business for five decades and is still going strong.
Will Self nominates Oscar Wilde, a brilliant writer who he says put back gay rights in Britain by 30 years.
Gemma Cairney kicks off her new weekend breakfast show on BBC Radio 1, having moved from sister station BBC Radio 1Xtra where she presented the weekday afternoon show.
This spring BBC Radio 2 rocks out for six weeks with one of the most iconic guitarists of all time, Slash. The rock music legend and former Guns N' Roses guitarist presents six episodes of the music that changed his life and inspired him to pick up a Les Paul guitar.
Legendary broadcaster Annie Nightingale draws on 40 years of presenting experience to curate a very special show for BBC Radio 2, bringing together an unmissable mixture of music with some classic, some new and some altogether more obscure songs, but all guaranteed to be eternally essential listening.
David Willey, the BBC's Rome correspondent for the last 40 years, looks back at his career explaining the mysteries of Italy.
As Easter Day dawns, the Very Reverend Stephen Lake leads a meditation from Gloucester Cathedral reflecting on the mystery of the Resurrection.
On the centenary of the sinking of Titanic Gerry Anderson explores how Belfast has reclaimed the ship it once tried to bury.
In the second of this three-part series, eminent Harvard political philosopher Michael Sandal asks if a banker should be paid more than a nurse.
BBC Radio 3’s Sunday Morning presenters Rob Cowan and James Jolly will be playing a Bach Cantata every Sunday, in the exact order of the Sundays and festivals for which they were composed, over the course of the next year.
In the second of a new series of The Reunion, Sue MacGregor talks to five people involved at Greenham Common.
Marking the centenary of the life and passing of the Titanic, Jeanette Winterson celebrates the ship as a vessel of dreams and realities, a symbol of man's power and fallibility.
Live from Gloucester Cathedral on Easter Day.
BBC Radio 2 investigates the truth behind many of the stories - outrageous or otherwise - that continue to haunt the most famous ship in the world, one hundred years after the accident that sent her and 1,500 of her passengers to the bottom of the icy North Atlantic.
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