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Week 8 highlights
Law in Action, the BBC’s legal affairs magazine, returns with a new series looking at the cutting edge debates within the law.
Sue Perkins presents a second series of the panel show where she puts four panellists through the moral and ethical wringer by posing a series of finely balanced dilemmas and then cross-examining them on their answers.
In October last year Hurricane Sandy ripped into New York, taking lives, sparking a huge fire, flooding subways and tunnel connections and leaving thousands without power for days.
Comedic actor Paul Rudd joins Edith to talk about his latest film, This Is 40, directed by Judd Apatow. He'll be rifling through his record collection to pick out some of his personal favourites to play on the show too. Edith will also be testing listeners' musical knowledge in The Last Word.
The Rev. Richard Coles continues his series exploring the idea of sin by tackling temptation and the way sin has become not merely an archaic idea in many contemporary societies but a positively attractive tool in the hands of commerce and advertising.
Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra perform two new commissions by high-profile American composers Jim O'Rourke and George Lewis.
Anita Anand has visited Delhi and Jaipur for this special edition hearing from student activists, authors, campaigners and rural health workers.
The wonders of winter are best observed on foot. In this week’s essay series, five writers explain how the cold months are best seen and felt on foot. On Monday, Deborah Levy is the first to set out.
All this week, as part of The 4 O’Clock Show, the award-winning, bestselling author Phillippa Gregory reads from her own novel for young adults. Changeling is the first in her Order Of Darkness series.
Karen Cargill performs songs by Gustav and Alma Mahler, Wagner and Zemlinsky accompanied by Simon Lepper.
Ian D Montfort is a celebrity spirit medium and psychic and the star of this brand new series for Radio 2.
As part of Radio 4's Year of Culture, Tony Harrison, now aged 75, has recorded a new reading of his controversial poem v. as part of a discussion around the poem’s significance. This will be its first broadcast on British radio.
This four-part documentary sees Nina Simone's daughter Simone exploring the life and career of her mother. The protest singer, jazz chanteuse, blues artist and live performer - she shares her personal thoughts and provides a glimpse of the real woman behind the distinctive voice. It also features unreleased concert tracks and contributions from some of Nina's closest friends and family.
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