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BBC Week 20: 15-21 May 2010

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BBC Radio 4

Friday 21 May, 8.00pm. This week from Gowerton School in Swansea.

Friday Night With Jonathan Ross


Friday 21 May, 10.35pm. Tonight's guests are comedian Ross Noble, retail queen Mary Portas and football legend Gary Lineker. Plus there's music from Gorillaz.

Gideon Coe

BBC 6 Music

Wednesday 19 May, 9.00pm. Everything But The Girl's Ben Watt and Tracey Thorn join Gideon Coe for an hour of chat and tunes.

Good Morning Sunday

BBC Radio 2

Sunday 16 May, 6.00am. Aled Jones says Good Morning Sunday to singer-songwriter Judie Tzuke.

The Graham Norton Show


Monday 17 May, 10.35pm. Andrew Lloyd Webber, Minnie Driver and Ruth Jones join host Graham Norton this evening, while music comes courtesy of Katie Melua.


BBC News channel

Monday 17 to Friday 21 May, 4.30am & 11.30pm. Stephen Sackur interviews...
Monday – Mark Sedwill, NATO's senior civilian representative in Afghanistan.
Tuesday – Barbara Harris, founder Project Prevention.
Wednesday – Kurt Volker, former US Ambassador to Nato.
Friday – Lord Hattersley, Deputy Leader, Labour Party 1983-92.

Have I Got News For You


Thursday 20 May, 9.00pm. Eamonn Holmes hosts and Armando Iannucci and Robert Peston are guest panellists.

The Huey Show

BBC 6 Music

Sunday 16 May, 2.00pm. Huey Morgan is joined by Rolling Stone Mick Jagger.

Jools Holland

BBC Radio 2

Monday 17 May, 11.00pm. Paul Weller is Jools Holland's guest tonight.

Ken Bruce

BBC Radio 2

Monday 17 May, 9.30am. Ken Bruce is joined by singer Alexandra Burke, who selects this week's Tracks Of My Years.

The Radcliffe And Maconie Show

BBC Radio 2

Monday 17 May, 8.00pm.The Divine Comedy, aka Neil Hannon, is live in session on Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie's show this evening.

Steve Lamacq

BBC 6 Music

Tuesday 18 May, 4.00pm. On the 30th anniversary of the death of Joy Division's tragic lead singer, Ian Curtis, Steve Lamacq chats to Ian's bandmate, Peter Hook.

Guests are subject to change. Page last updated at 2.40pm on 20 May 2010

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