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BBC Week 27: 3-9 July 2010

The Andrew Marr Show

BBC One

Sunday 4 July, 9.00am. Andrew Marr is joined by Philip Hammond MP, Secretary of State for Transport; Alan Johnson MP, Shadow Home Secretary; and Mark Thompson, BBC Director-General. Carol Vorderman and Sir Ken MacDonald provide the newspaper review.

Any Questions?

BBC Radio 4

Friday 9 July, 8.00pm. This week from The Tolmen Centre, Falmouth, Cornwall.

Armchair World Cup

BBC Radio 5 Live

Sunday 4 July, 11.00am. Alan Davies is joined by fellow comic Ian Stone and friend DJ Tayo for an hour of World Cup bantor.

Bob Harris Country

BBC Radio 2

Thursday 8 July, 7.00pm. Bob Harris is joined by country rocker Elizabeth Cook, who performs live in the studio.

Dermot O'Leary

BBC Radio 2

Sunday 3 July, 3.00pm. Dermot has Saturday sessions from Ivor Novello-winning Bolton band Cherry Ghost and former Destiny's Child singer Kelly Rowland.

Desert Island Discs

BBC Radio 4

Sunday 4 July, 11.15am; repeated Friday 2 July, 9.00am. Dame Fanny Waterman, founder of the Leeds International Piano Competition, joins Kirsty Young to choose her Desert Island Discs.

Friday Night With Jonathan Ross

BBC One

Friday 9 July, 10.35pm. Jonathan Ross is joined by motormouth Jimmy Carr; psychotic magicians Penn & Teller; Canadian actress Ellen Page; and there's chat and performance from the magnificent Sir Tom Jones.

HARDtalk

BBC News channel

Monday 5 to Friday 9 July, 4.30am & 11.30pm. Stephen Sackur interviews...
Monday – Mehmet Simsek, Turkish Finance Minister.
Tuesday – Nasser Judeh, Jordanian Foreign Minister.
Wednesday – Salman Ahmad, musician and campaigner.
Friday – Sir Fazle Hasan Abed, founder and chairman of BRAC.

Jamie Cullum

BBC Radio 2

Tuesday 6 July, 7.00pm. Post-bop jazz saxophonist and flautist Kenny Garrett is Jamie Cullum's guest this week.

Jonathan Ross

BBC Radio 2

Saturday 3 July, 10.00am. Singer Kylie Minogue joins Jonathan Ross this morning, while music comes courtesy of The Magic Numbers.

Lauren Laverne

BBC 6 Music

Monday 5 July, 10.00am. Lauren Laverne welcomes Bombay Bicycle Club for a live session.

Lauren Laverne

BBC 6 Music

Wednesday 7 July, 10.00am. School Of Seven Bells, featuring former Secret Machine Ben Curtis, join Lauren Laverne for a live session.

Marc Riley

BBC 6 Music

Monday 5 July, 7.00pm. Marc Riley's live session comes courtesy of Betty And The Werewolves.

Marc Riley

BBC 6 Music

Tuesday 6 July, 7.00pm. Hot new Welsh band Y Niwl, aka The Fog, join Marc Riley and perform live in the studio.

Private Passions

BBC Radio 3

Sunday 4 July, 12.00noon. Dame Barbara Stocking, Chief Executive of Oxfam, shares her Private Passions with Michael Berkeley this week.

Question Time

BBC One

Thursday 8 July, 10.35pm. This week introduced by David Dimbleby from Edinburgh. The panel includes Scottish Secretary Michael Moore.

The Radcliffe And Maconie Show

BBC Radio 2

Tuesday 6 July, 8.00pm. Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie have a live session from Manchester trio I Am Kloot.

The Radcliffe And Maconie Show

BBC Radio 2

Wednesday 7 July, 8.00pm. Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie have a live session from Liverpool band The Coral, playing tracks from their fifth album.

Shaun Keaveny

BBC 6 Music

Thursday 8 July, 7.00am. Shaun Keaveny welcomes comedian Rob Rouse to the studio for a chat about his upcoming Edinburgh show.

Steve Lamacq

BBC 6 Music

Thursday 8 July, 4.00pm. Steve Lamacq hosts a World Cup-themed Roundtable special with Brighton fan and boss of Skint Records, Damien Harris, also known as The Midfield General, and Crystal Palace defender Matt Lawrence, a former FA Cup Final captain.

Top Gear

BBC Two

Sunday 4 July, 8.00pm. Alistair Campbell is the star in the all-new Reasonably Priced Car.

Straight Talk

BBC News channel

Saturday 3 July, 1.30am, 4.30am, 10.30am & 11.25pm. Andrew Neil interviews David Davis MP, former Conservative leadership contender

The Westminster Hour

BBC Radio 4

Sunday 4 July, 10.00pm. This week with: Andy Grice, political editor of the Independent; Conservative MP Kwasi Kwarteng; Lib Dem MP Andrew George; and Labour MP Kate Green.

Guests are subject to change. Page last updated at 1.23pm on 9 July 2010

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