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Week 16 highlights
This week on Afternoon on 3, Penny Gore explores theatre music written for Shakespeare's plays.
This week Donald Macleod explores the music of the Gabrieli family.
According to The Office for National Statistics, one in 10 children and young people agedbetween five and16 suffer from a diagnosable mental health disorder - that's around three children in every class.
DJ and broadcaster Dave Pearce joins BBC Radio 2 with a brand new dance music show. Dave Pearce: Dance Years will see him trawl through his vast record collection for a show full of his favourite tracks - celebrating some of the finest moments in UK dance history.
Tom Service presents a performance of young British composer Luke Bedford's 2011 chamber opera Seven Angels.
In the run-up to the start of the new evening show hosted by Liza Tarbuck on May 12, some of BBC Radio 6 Music’s presenters will be setting up shop in BBC Radio 2 to provide the weekly entertainment for listeners.
Gilles Peterson gives Radio 2 listeners a taste of his eclectic new weekly BBC Radio 6 Music show, joining the dots between jazz, house, hip hop, soul and leftfield music from around the world.
Episode 3: New Kid On The Block. Michael looks back at the broadcasting landscape of the early 1980s and the impact Channel 4 had on the other three UK TV channels when it arrived on the scene in 1982.
Neil MacGregor, Director of the British Museum, uses objects of the time to explore what life was like in the turbulent world of William Shakespeare.
Sue MacGregor brings together six men who survived the attack on HMS Sheffield during the Falklands war - the first British warship to be sunk in battle since World War II.
Justin Bieber became a star aged 13, Willow Smith was only nine and Birdy was 15. But is that too young to become a pop star?
Jeremy Vine, Dermot O'Leary, Penny Smith and guests mark the moment the Titanic floundered and eventually sank on a still, cold night in April 1912, exactly 100 years ago. The story is set to a soundtrack of live music, reflecting the band of musicians who valiantly played on until they were silenced by the water.
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