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Week 20 highlights
Conductor Charles Hazlewood hosts the final of his two shows for 6 Music reflecting his passion for musical interconnections.
Rachel Burden and James Naughtie present live election coverage following the closing of the vote for local elections in England and Northern Ireland, and the UK vote for the 2014 European Parliamentary elections.
It’s the oldest football knock-out competition in the world and today Arsenal face Hull City in the final of the 2013-14 FA Cup.
5 live’s monthly cycling magazine show returns with all the latest cycling news, features and interviews.
The Cloistered Soul by Rachel Connor is part of Original British Dramatists on Radio 4 - a chance for listeners to discover 10 new voices over 10 Afternoon Dramas.
This week's Lunchtime Concerts come from the 2013 Bath Mozartfest, with performances from soprano Elizabeth Watts and pianist Roger Vignoles, and the Takacs Quartet with viola player Lawrence Power.
Kicking off Radio 1’s Big Weekend Glasgow 2014 - the station’s flagship music event - Radio 1 will broadcast live from the iconic George Square in Glasgow.
Former First Lady of France and singer-songwriter Carla Bruni presents the first of three programmes where she tells her musical story, plays her favourite songs and celebrates the music of Paris.
Magpie by Lee Mattinson is part of Original British Dramatists on Radio 4 - a chance for listeners to discover 10 new voices over 10 Afternoon Dramas.
BBC Radio 1Xtra Live in Glasgow heads to the Riverside Museum for a one-night special event on Saturday 17 May to showcase the best urban music the 1Xtra audience loves.
Author Yasmin Hai combines personal storytelling with journalistic analysis to explore British Muslim writing, readerships and publishing and the forging of a literary Islamic gaze.
With 2014 being the centenary of Dylan Thomas’s birth, Radio 4 Extra marks the occasion with a week of classics from the BBC’s archive.
The final of BBC Young Musician 2014, recorded at the Usher Hall, Edinburgh, with expert commentary and analysis from oboist and former BBC Young Musician winner Nicholas Daniel.
The Shining Heart, by Matt Haynes and Conor McCormack, is part of Original British Dramatists on Radio 4 - a chance for listeners to discover 10 new voices over 10 Afternoon Dramas.
Scotty Moore was Elvis Presley's right-hand man on stage and in the studio.
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