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Week 33 highlights
Just A Minute returns to Radio 4 for its 67th Series.
Musician and writer Peter Cooper introduces highlights from the first night of the CMA Music Festival in Nashville with music and chat from Taylor Swift, Eric Church, the Zac Brown Band and more.
Melvyn Bragg tells the story of William and Lawrence Bragg, the father and son who shared the 1915 Nobel Prize in Physics for their work on the structure of crystals.
Rory Bremner returns to Radio 4 with a new weekly comedy show that takes one big contemporary question each week and attempts to answer it as satirically as possible.
Don Black, the multi award-winning lyricist, returns to BBC Radio 2, bringing with him a selection of iconic songs from The Great American Songbook as well as rich offerings from The Best Of British.
Gifted storyteller and broadcaster Clive Lawton tells the story of Jonah and the Whale, the first in his series of off-beat portraits of some of the Bible's greatest prophets.
The World Athletics Championships begin on BBC Radio 5 live as Mark Pougatch presents live from Moscow on the first day of the Championships.
Steve, joined by Radio 3’s Tom Service, is live from the Royal Albert Hall as they present 6 Music’s very first Prom. They may come from different ends of the radio dial but, for one night only, Lammo and Tom combine their passions for music.
East meets West in two visions of India and a portrait of London. Nishat Khan's Sitar Concerto and Vaughan Williams's London Symphony with David Atherton and The BBC National Orchestra of Wales live from the Royal Albert Hall at the BBC Proms.
The first ever major free BBC Prom of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony live from the Royal Albert Hall with the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, youth choirs and soloists Lisa Milne, Jennifer Johnston, Andrew Kennedy and Gerald Finley. Plus music by Vaughan Williams and a world premiere by Mark-Anthony Turnage.
Professor Lisa Jardine describes how an Age of Exploration encouraged a keen interest in the natural world, promoting botany from a hobby to a serious science in this second programme of the series where Jardine explores how the world changed science, pushing it in new directions, creating new disciplines and pioneering new approaches to scientific understanding.
GK Chesterton’s skewering of detective fiction continues on radio, courtesy of Vicki Pepperdine, Martin Freeman, Geoffrey McGivern and Geoffrey Whitehead.
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