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BBC Week 42: 16-22 October 2010

Aled Jones With Good Morning Sunday

BBC Radio 2

Sunday 17 October, 6.00am. Aled Jones says Good Morning Sunday to one of the founding members of Dire Straits, John Illsley.

The Andrew Marr Show

BBC One

Sunday 17 October, 9.00am. Andrew Marr presents and is joined by George Osborne, Chancellor; Alan Johnson, Shadow Chancellor; Melinda Gates, philanthropist; and Jeff Beck, guitarist. Jane Moore and Steve Richards provide the newspaper review.

Any Questions?

BBC Radio 4

Friday 22 October, 8.00pm. This week from the University of Derby, Derby.

BBC Introducing With Tom Robinson

BBC 6 Music

Saturday 16 October, 1.00am. Tom Robinson introduces the best new music from Manchester's In The City festival, and is joined by Vinyl Jacket, who feature on the BBC Introducing Stage at the event.

Bob Harris Country

BBC Radio 2

Thursday 21 October, 7.00pm. Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter joins Bob Harris tonight.

Dermot O'Leary

BBC Radio 2

Saturday 16 October, 3.00pm. Dermot O'Leary is joined by Ivor Novello-winning singer-songwriter James Blunt, who performs for the show, and also has live sessions from ex-Libertine Carl Barat and the alt-country collective Mt Desolation.

BBC RADIO 1'S STUDENT TOUR – Fearne Cotton

BBC Radio 1

Monday 18 to Thursday 21 October, 10.00am. Fearne Cotton broadcasts live from four university towns this week. Mark Ronson is with her at Northumbria University, Newcastle on Monday; 30 Seconds To Mars are Tuesday's guests at Lincoln University; on Wednesday Chase & Status are in Oxford; and Klaxons end the tour at Bristol University on Thursday.

Desert Island Discs

BBC Radio 4

Sunday 17 October, 11.15am; repeated Friday 22 October, 9.00am. Barrister Michael Mansfield QC joins Kirsty Young to choose his Desert Island Discs.

HARDtalk

BBC News channel

Monday 18 to Friday 22 October, 4.30am & 11.30pm. Stephen Sackur interviews...
Monday – Sebastian Pinera, President of Chile (interviewed by Sarah Montague).
Tuesday – Alistair Darling MP, former Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Wednesday – Ann Coulter, Conservative political commentator.
Thursday – Sebastian Pinera, President of Chile (11.30pm – repeat from Monday)
Friday – Eamon Ryan, Irish Energy & Communications Minister

Have I Got News For You

BBC One

Thursday 21 October, 9.00pm. Regular team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton are joined by guest host Frank Skinner and guest panellists Reginald D Hunter and Janet Street Porter.

The Huey Show

BBC 6 Music

Sunday 17 October, 1.00pm. Mike Joyce, former drummer with The Smiths, takes up the Sunday lunchtime mantle live from Manchester.

Huey Morgan

BBC 6 Music

Wednesday 20 October, 10.00am. Huey Morgan is joined by The Mystery Jets for a live session in the BBC 6 Music Studios.

Jamie Cullum

BBC Radio 2

Tuesday 19 October, 7.00pm. British jazz guitarist Martin Taylor joins Jamie Cullum as he continues to showcase his love for all types of jazz.

Johnnie Walker's Sounds Of The Seventies

BBC Radio 2

Sunday 17 October, 3.00pm. Mary Wilson discusses her Seventies' music career with The Supremes and the launch of her solo career towards the end of the decade, as Johnnie Walker presents another celebration the Seventies featuring archive sessions and classic hits from both sides of the Atlantic.

Ken Bruce

BBC Radio 2

Monday 18 October, 9.30am. Bass guitarist Glen Matlock is in the Tracks Of My Years hot-seat this week, talking to Ken Bruce about his favourite music and the reasons behind his choices.

Marc Riley

BBC 6 Music

Monday 18 October, 7.00pm. English garage rock band The Jim Jones Revue perform tracks from their second album for Marc Riley tonight.

Marc Riley

BBC 6 Music

Tuesday 19 October, 7.00pm. Marc Riley is joined by the band Jen Jeniro.

Marc Riley

BBC 6 Music

Wednesday 20 October, 7.00pm. Edinburgh shoe gazers The Zephyrs are live in session this evening on Marc Riley's show.

Nemone

BBC 6 Music

Monday 18 October, 1.00pm. Nemone welcomes Brooklyn-based MC River Nelson into the studio.

Nemone

BBC 6 Music

Tuesday 19 October, 1.00pm. Scissor Sisters share their musical tastes for the Lunchtime Playlist.

The New Arts Show With Claudia Winkleman

BBC Radio 2

Friday 22 October, 10.00pm. Claudia Winkleman meets Sharon Small, star of BBC One's drama Mistresses, who is starring at the National Theatre in the rarely performed Men Should Weep by Ena Lamont Stewart.

Private Passions

BBC Radio 3

Sunday 17 October, 12.00noon. Marina Lewycka, author of A Short History Of Tractors In Ukrainian, Two Caravans and We Are All Made Of Glue, talks to Michael Berkeley about her passion for music.

Question Time

BBC One

Thursday 21 October, 10.35pm. This week hosted by David Dimbleby from Middlesbrough.The panel includes: Philip Hammond, Transport Secretary; John Denham, Shadow Business Secretary; Caroline Lucas, Leader of the Green Party; General Sir Richard Dannatt, former head of the British Army; the former political editor of The Sun, George Pascoe-Watson; and the Guardian's Polly Toynbee.   

The Radcliffe And Maconie Show

BBC Radio 2

Monday 18 October, 8.00pm. Pretenders' front-woman Chrissie Hynde joins Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie to talk about her new album with JP & The Fairground Boys.

The Radcliffe And Maconie Show

BBC Radio 2

Tuesday 19 October, 8.00pm. Mark Radcliffe and Stuart Maconie have a live session from Dutch singer Caro Emerald this evening.

Shaun Keaveny

BBC 6 Music

Monday 18 October, 7.00am. It's national baking week and to celebrate Shaun Keaveny is joined by a celebrity chef every day this week, who judges a baked treat made by one of the breakfast show team. Former Master Chef presenter and purveyor of sauces, Loyd Grossman, is the first guest judge today.

Simon Mayo

BBC Radio 2

Monday 18 October, 5.05pm. Bernard Cornwell, the man behind the Sharpe series, chats to Simon Mayo about his new novel, which is about the American Revolutionary War.

Steve Lamacq

BBC 6 Music

Monday 18 October, 4.00pm. Steve Lamacq presents his show from the Radio Festival in Manchester, with special guest John Bramwell from Mercury-nominated band I Am Kloot.

Steve Lamacq

BBC 6 Music

Thursday 21 October, 4.00pm. Steve Lamacq is joined by Krissi Murison, editor of the NME, and an esteemed panel to review the hottest new releases.

Steve Wright In The Afternoon

BBC Radio 2

Thursday 21 October, 2.00pm. Steve Wright talks to the Government's digital champion and founder of lastminute.com, Martha Lane Fox.

Weekend Wogan

BBC Radio 2

Sunday 17 October, 11.00am. Sir Terry Wogan is joined by The Hoosiers, who perform live at the BBC Radio Theatre for this week's programme. From the other side of the Atlantic, singer-songwriter Huey Lewis performs with Sir Terry's regular house band, the Elio Pace House Band, plus John "Boggy" Marsh drops in with some wit and aplomb.

The Westminster Hour

BBC Radio 4

Sunday 17 October, 10.00pm. This week with: Ben Page, Ipsos-MORI; Prof Tony Travers of the LSE; Conservative MP Mark Field; Lib Dem MP Andrew George; Labour MP Rachel Reeves; and Sam Coates, Chief Political Correspondent, The Times.

Guests are subject to change. Page last updated at 10.37am on
21 October 2010

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