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Week 49 highlights
In the Eighties, Britain was a nation in love with the cassette. At its peak we bought 83 million and the cassette became more popular than vinyl. Then came the runaway success of digital music, with formats such as the iPod and the MP3 player and the eject button was pressed on sales of the cassette.
In the first of three stories, we join the Horrobins as Keith is about to be sentenced for arson at Brookfield.
The 2012 winner of the Queen's Medal for Music - presented annually since 2005 - will be announced at this LSO concert.
The BBC's foreign affairs editor John Simpson returns to Kurdistan nearly 25 years after the world's worst-ever chemical weapons attack on civilians.
Marc Almond invites 6 Music listeners to explore the music and unconventional life of one of France's most revered singer-songwriters, Jacques Brel.
Global Gap is a series of five programmes where two people who do the same job, one from the UK and one from another country (in this series, Mexico), have a thought provoking conversation, to compare and contrast their working lives and the issues that arise in their jobs.
Michael Berkeley's guest this week is Sir John Major, who succeeded Margaret Thatcher as Prime Minister in November 1990, and served until Tony Blair's victory in the 1997 General Election.
Radio 1’s Vernon Kay broadcasts live from the set of BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing - getting the lowdown and gossip from behind the scenes in the lead up to the final for the coveted Glitterball.
Jay Rayner hosts the first in a new series of Radio 4's culinary panel programme, where the team take questions from a local audience on all aspects of cooking and eating. Recorded in Whitstable.
To mark Little Richard's 80th birthday, Radio 2 celebrates one of the most outrageous performers in the history of rock music and explains why he has been such a major influence on generations of musicians, from The Beatles to Bruno Mars.
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