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Week 47 highlights
In the last few years, groups like Anonymous have hacked into government and company websites. Simon Cox delves into the strange world of ‘hacktivism’.
Adam Buxton and Edith Bowman’s new Saturday morning show launches today with three hours of music, fun and listener interaction.
Over the past 90 years radio has proven itself a powerful political force, not just reporting on changes of government but sending out a call to arms during some of the biggest revolutionary uprisings of the 20th century.
Taking a witty, irreverent and unashamedly rational look at the world according to science.
As the British press braces itself for the Leveson Report, Steve Hewlett explores past attempts to regulate it, or encourage it to regulate itself.
Hardeep Singh Kohli travels around the country cooking Sunday lunch with families and communities, introducing some of his favourite recipes, learning about their food and hearing some amazing stories.
In the first of a three part series, Tom Robinson tells the story of the extraordinary British record producer Joe Meek, whose hits included Telstar by The Tornadoes.
BBC Radio 4 Extra presents Shelagh Delaney Remembered. Shelagh Delaney died on the 20th November 2011. A year on, BBC Radio 4 Extra gives listeners a chance to hear her late Radio Plays, including the play that made her name worldwide, A Taste Of Honey.
To mark the 50th anniversary of Britain's greatest movie export, Chris Evans celebrates the seven wonders that have helped James Bond become one of the most popular movie franchises of all time.
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