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Week 12 highlights

  • Ricky Wilson

    Ricky Wilson

    Kaiser Chief’s frontman and mentor on BBC One’s The Voice, Ricky Wilson, comes to BBC Radio 6 Music to present two shows, today and next Sunday.

  • Mary Anne Hobbs

    Mary Anne Hobbs

    What is it like to be a cult icon? An underground legend? A niche hero? Wonderful songwriter Daniel Johnston joins Mary Anne Hobbs to describe it.

  • Drama On 3: Roots

    Drama On 3: Roots

    The Donmar Warehouse's recent acclaimed production of Arnold Wesker's 1958 'kitchen sink' drama Roots is brought to BBC Radio 3 - starring Jessica Raine (Call The Midwife) as Beatie, a young woman finding her voice at a time of unprecedented social change.

  • Five Hundred Years Of Friendship

    Five Hundred Years Of Friendship

    Dr Thomas Dixon presents a timely history of the changing meaning of friendship over the centuries.

  • Pick Of The Pops

    Pick Of The Pops

    Tony Blackburn re-creates the golden days of radio with an all-vinyl special edition of Pick Of The Pops and plays each song straight from the original pressings.

  • The Great Global Warming Gold Rush

    The Great Global Warming Gold Rush

    The effects of climate change are creating new business opportunities around the world. Justin Rowlatt meets people who may profit from adapting to the world's changing climate.

  • BBC Radio 1's Stories - British Inside

    BBC Radio 1's Stories - British Inside

    BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Nick Bright delves into the inside world of the British immigration system to investigate how music provides hope for some of the residents held indefinitely in immigration detention centres.

  • Peter Allen – Monday (20th Birthday)

    Peter Allen – Monday (20th Birthday)

    Peter Allen trades places with Richard Bacon as part of 5 live's 20th birthday celebrations.

  • Jo Whiley

    Jo Whiley

    Jo Whiley presents Elbow in concert, live from the iconic Maida Vale studios.

  • Radio 2 Young Brass Award Final

    Radio 2 Young Brass Award Final

    Ken Bruce and Frank Renton host the final of the competition to find the next brass star as four talented young players perform with The Grimethorpe Colliery Band to win the Award.

  • Vivian Stanshall - English As Tuppence

    Vivian Stanshall - English As Tuppence

    “English as tuppence, changing yet changeless as canal water, nestling in green nowhere, armoured and effete, bold flag bearer, opsimath, eremite, feudal, still-reactionary: Rawlinson End.”

  • The 45 @ 65

    The 45 @ 65

    Sixty-five years ago RCA Victor launched a small, round, plastic green disc on to the listening public. Journalist David Quantick charts people's love affair with the 45 rpm single and examines one of the most important revolutions in the modern music business.

  • All radio programmes for week 12

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