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BBC Week 2: 8-14 January 2011

The Andrew Marr Show


Sunday 9 January, 9.00am. Andrew Marr presents and is joined by Prime Minister David Cameron; actor and comedian Lenny Henry; and actor Rufus Sewell. Baroness (Helena) Kennedy and Fraser Nelson (Spectator) provide the newspaper review.

Any Questions?

BBC Radio 4

Friday 14 January, 8.00pm. This week from Sexey's School, Bruton, Somerset.

Bob Harris

BBC Radio 2

Saturday 8 January, 12.00midnight. Bermondsey-based Farrah, who released their first single 10 years ago and have since released four acclaimed albums, join Bob Harris tonight.

Desert Island Discs

BBC Radio 4

Sunday 9 January, 11.15am; repeated Friday 14 January, 9.00am. Former MP and writer Gyles Brandreth joins Kirsty Young to choose his Desert Island Discs.


BBC News channel

Monday 10 to Friday 14 January, 4.30am & 11.30pm. Stephen Sackur interviews...
Monday – Jim O'Neill, Chairman, Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
Tuesday – Youssoufou Bamba, Ivory Coast's Ambassador to the United Nations.
Wednesday – Christina Schmid, Widow of Staff Sgt Olaf Schmid, Royal Logistic Corps.
Thursday – Jim O'Neill, Chairman, Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
Friday – Martha Reeves, singer, Martha and the Vandellas.

The Huey Show

BBC 6 Music

Sunday 9 January, 1.00pm. Film-maker David Lynch joins Huey Morgan to chat about his creative and innotive use of music in his films and TV programmes.

Huey Morgan

BBC 6 Music

Wednesday 12 January, 10.00am. Brighton-based indie rockers British Sea Power join Huey Morgan for a live 6 Music session.

Jamie Cullum

BBC Radio 2

Tuesday 11 January, 7.00pm. One of Jamie Cullum's favourite artists, legendary American jazz-blues pianist Mose Allison, looks back over his career in music and talks about his varying influences while sharing anecdotes from his time in the business.

Johnnie Walker's Sounds Of The 70s

BBC Radio 2

Sunday 9 January, 3.00pm. Bryan Ferry reminisces with Johnnie Walker about the Seventies, a decade when he rose to prominence as lead vocalist and songwriter with Roxy Music and, later, as a solo artist.

Ken Bruce

BBC Radio 2

Monday 10 January, 9.30am. Jason Donovan chooses two songs for his Tracks Of My Years.

Marc Riley

BBC 6 Music

Monday 10 January, 7.00pm. Wire perform tracks from their new album, Red Barked Trees, for Marc Riley this evening.

The Mike Harding Show

BBC Radio 2

Wednesday 12 January, 7.00pm. Mike Harding presents an hour of the very best in folk, roots and acoustic music, including an interview with American singer-songwriter Richard Shindell.


BBC 6 Music

Tuesday 11 January, 1.00pm. Former Soft Cell front man Marc Almond joins Nemone and shares the songs that have inspired his songwriting.

Question Time


Thursday 13 January, 10.35pm. This week introduced by David Dimbleby from London.

Raj & Pablo ... In Conversation With...

BBC Asian Network

Saturday 8 January, 9.00am. Raj and Pablo speak to three of Bollywood's biggest stars – Akshay Kumar, Katrina Kaif and Farah Khan. Filmed in front of a live studio audience at BBC Television Centre in late December, the event offers a unique opportunity for listeners to get closer to their Bollywood icons.

Radcliffe And Maconie

BBC Radio 2

Monday 10 January, 8.00pm. Brighton-based four-man indie rock band British Sea Power perform live in session for Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie this evening.

Radcliffe And Maconie

BBC Radio 2

Wednesday 12 January, 8.00pm. Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie are joined by their glam show regular, Noddy Holder.

The Radio 2 Arts Show With Claudia Winkleman

BBC Radio 2

Friday 14 January, 10.00pm. Claudia Winkleman talks to master of the macabre Jeremy Dyson about Roald Dahl's Twisted Tales, the first stage adaptation of the much-loved author's short stories for adults.

The Westminster Hour

BBC Radio 4

Sunday 9 january, 10.00pm. This week with: Paul Waugh, editor of PoliticsHome; Conservative MP Amber Rudd; Labour MP Kevin Brennan; Conservative peer Lord Philip Norton; Labour peer Lord Jim Knight; and Crossbench peer Baroness Frances D'Souza.

Guests are subject to change. Page last updated at 12.55pm on
12 January 2011

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