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Week 18 highlights
Richard Hawley joins BBC Radio 2 for a brand new series celebrating the sound of a genre close to his heart - rockabilly.
In the first of three weeks of salty tales written by Lynne Truss, the Periwinkle (Bill Wallis) and the Hermit Crab (Geoffrey Palmer) reveal the funny side of life between the tides.
Radio 1Xtra presenter DJ Target hits the streets of Bow to find out how and why grime music started, tracing its journey from one London borough to the rest of the world.
In a new series Aleks Krotoski takes us on a journey through the digital world.
Shakespeare's quick witted summer tragedy, with Trystan Gravelle and Vanessa Kirby as the lovers and David Tennant as the Prince.
Comedian Dave Brown from The Mighty Boosh looks at the history and development of the Highway Code as a guide for courteous drivers.
In the first of the new 2012 Sony Award nominated series, Alan Dein captures the dramas of young families moving into a brand new housing estate in Peterborough, examining their hopes and fears for the future.
Helen Macdonald's drama documentary tells the story of the British prisoners of war who survived incarceration in German camps in World War Two by studying the birds that flew freely all around them.
Sony Award-winning comic Tom Wrigglesworth returns for a new series of his open letters.
Alexander McCall Smith dramatizes his own acclaimed series based on the residents of a fictitious tenement building in a real Edinburgh street, inspired by Armistead Maupin's Tales of The City.
Launched last year, the annual BBC Today Programme Lecture is a platform for high profile, prominent figures to speak about the current issues facing the global economy.
Radio 3’s Live in Concert presents more exciting live musical events from all over the world.
In the last programme in this series of The Reunion, Sue MacGregor speaks to five people whose lives were changed when British colonial rule ended in Hong Kong in 1997.
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