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Week 4 highlights
The first ladies of 500 Words, Alex Jones and Helen Skelton, stop by the studio to help Chris launch the 2013 competition.
This week, electric folk legends Fairport Convention are in session for Mark, as they prepare for their 2013 winter tour.
Columnist and author, Katharine Whitehorn, became famous for her no-nonsense guidance to the modern world. At 84, she's now agony aunt to the over 60s, but in this programme, she tackles the troubles of some of today's twenty-somethings who say they are facing tough life choices. They may even be suffering from what some people call a quarter life crisis.
BBC Radio 2 welcomes Clare Balding to the network, as she hosts her first Good Morning Sunday, featuring topical discussion, guests and music.
From the novel by Michael Frayn, everything is put at risk when there's a sudden chance to seize possession of a long-lost masterpiece.
Sting is the biggest concert in the Dancehall calendar and the eagerly anticipated stage clashes can make or break artists.
Columnist, author, and broadcaster Grace Dent takes a turn as comedy controller.
In the 1960s and 1970s, workers grew accustomed to winning a healthy share of the spoils in the battle over rewards at work - and to being treated accordingly. Since the 1980s, however, the power of executives has grown and is now reflected in their own much higher financial rewards and enhanced status.
Mel Giedroyc, introduces her favourite pieces of writing to the audience at The Cheltenham Literature Festival.
Stuart Maconie and Harry Shapiro examine the career of Eric Clapton - is he rock's greatest guitarist or just a blues-lite bore?
Was there life post-war for the veterans of Dad's Army? Arthur Lowe and John Le Mesurier were briefly re-united in 1981 for It Sticks Out Half A Mile, penned by writers Harold Snoad and Michael Knowles.
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