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Week 10 highlights

  • Document

    Document

    Jeremy Duns examines leaked documents which suggest close links between MI6 and the British press during the Cold War.

  • Nitin Sawhney Spins The Globe

    Nitin Sawhney Spins The Globe

    Nitin Sawhney returns to Radio 2 with his eclectic series exploring music from all cultures and traditions.

  • 6 Music Celebrates Comedy

    6 Music Celebrates Comedy

    Ahead of Red Nose Day on 15 March, 6 Music celebrates comedy with two weeks of shows curated by some of the world’s finest alternative comedians.

  • How Iraq Changed The World

    How Iraq Changed The World

    Writer and broadcaster John Kampfner talks to leading thinkers about the global consequences of the war in Iraq. How has the world changed since the fall of Saddam Hussein?

  • After Saddam

    After Saddam

    BBC Correspondent Hugh Sykes returns to Iraq 10 years after the US-led invasion.

  • Friday Night Is Music Night – They Played the ‘Alls

    Friday Night Is Music Night – They Played the ‘Alls

    Tonight the BBC Concert Orchestra are joined by special guests Barbara Windsor, Anita Harris, Roy Hudd and Mark Walsh to celebrate the golden days of variety and the music hall.

  • Saturday Drama: The Iraq Resolution

    Saturday Drama: The Iraq Resolution

    A dramatization of the inside story of the controversial document that persuaded MPs to back the 2003 Iraq war. Behind closed doors in Downing Street and Whitehall, Tony Blair's advisers raised the threat of weapons of mass destruction to persuade the country to invade Iraq.

  • Sunday Concert – Live From The Vyne In Hampshire

    Sunday Concert – Live From The Vyne In Hampshire

    The BBC Singers and St James's Baroque live from The Vyne in Hampshire for Radio 3's Baroque Spring season.

  • Mark Billingham’s Rule Book Of Crime

    Mark Billingham’s Rule Book Of Crime

    Bestselling crime writer and former stand-up comedian Mark Billingham has always been obsessed with the creative criminal minds of the past. Here Mark sets out to detect the clues dropped, in the radio archives, by his favourite crime writers: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Dame Agatha Christie, Raymond Chandler, PD James and Henning Mankell.

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