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Week 48 highlights
Soul Music examines the harrowing stories of some of those who lost relatives to the lynch mobs of the American South.
As part of BBC Radio 2's 1963 season, today Graham Norton celebrates the 50th anniversary of the broadcast of the very first episode of the world's longest-running science fiction series – Doctor Who.
Benjamin Britten was notoriously particular about the professional musicians he worked with – a close-knit circle of friends – and he had famously high musical standards. Yet much of his work was written for amateurs and young people. John Bridcut tracks down amateur singers from Suffolk and beyond to share their experiences of singing for Britten – and to discover why it was so special.
Andrew Dilnot, chair of the UK Statistics Authority, continues his exploration of history through numbers with a look at education.
Drama by Duncan Macmillan, based on Alexander Pushkin's famous poem. As Pushkin prepares to fight a duel, his wife begs him to tell his most famous story, Eugene Onegin.
Andrew Weatherall's name is one of the most widely regarded in British electronic music by those who have helped define it - Terry Farley, Paul Oakenfold and New Order to name a few.
Composer, label boss and director of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, Matthew Herbert, delivers a Three Minute Epiphany, educating Mary Anne on the future of music.
Comedy from the lopsided world of David Mitchell and Robert Webb, with Olivia Colman and James Bachman.
Live from the Barbican, Steuart Bedford conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra and a cast including Christine Brewer and Roderick Williams in Britten's parody of small-town Suffolk life.
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