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Week 41 highlights
The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and Kirill Karabits continue their Prokofiev cycle. The brilliant 26-year-old pianist Denis Kozhukin joins them to play Rachmaninov's Fourth Piano Concerto.
Moral Maze returns for a new series, with the first programme recorded at the Cheltenham Literary Festival.
5 live Breakfast 6am-10am Nicky Campbell presents live from Sheffield as part of 5 live’s Octoberfest. He’ll be focussing on whether there’s a north/ south divide in the cost of living, and how people are coping in the recession. Plus, Rachel Burden with news and sport from the UK and around the world.
In the first part of a new series of A Life Less Ordinary, Sandra Gregory goes back over the coverage of the dramatic events that saw her placed firmly under the media spotlight.
Paul Rowley's documentary reveals how the wireless wizard tried to keep himself on-air after BBC Radio 1 sacked him in 1970.
Paul Gambaccini returns with the award-winning series to look back at three more occasions on which a classic live album was recorded. He hears from those who were there, on-stage, backstage and in the audience.
As Joey Negro, Dave Lee had success with Can't Get High Without U, Must Be The Music, Saturday and Make A Move On Me. As Jakatta, he's had hits with Ever So Lonely, American Dream and My Vision. He's scored with Forever Together, Real Life and Fascinated as Raven Maize and released music under several other aliases including Z Factor, Akabu, Sessomatto and Prospect Park.
Super-producer Nigel Godrich takes over the 6 Mix to play two hours of tunes that have inspired his unique sonic identity, alongside new music from his studio.
From the moment their plane lands at John Lennon Airport, or their train pulls into Lime Street station, visitors to Liverpool are reminded of the city's most famous sons at almost every turn.
BBC Radio 1Xtra Stories: Gone Too Soon: The Story of Guru is the first in a four part series that looks at the lives of four music stars who passed away at a young age. The special series ties in with Radio 1Xtra’s celebrations of Black History Month.
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