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Network Radio BBC Week 27
Highlights 4-10 July 2009

Singer/songwriter Diana Krall performs exclusively for BBC Radio 2

Radio 2 Live – Diana Krall

Monday 6 July on BBC RADIO 2

Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Diana Krall performs a selection of songs from her new album

DISCO SEASON
The Donna Summer Story

Saturday 4 July on BBC RADIO 2

BBC Radio 2 kicks off its Disco Season with a new documentary on disco diva Donna Summer

Opera On 3

Saturday 4 July on BBC RADIO 3

Agneta Eichenholz plays the title role in Berg's Lulu, recorded at Covent Garden's Royal Opera House

WIMBLEDON 2009
Wimbledon

Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 July on BBC RADIO 5 LIVE

Clare Balding and Mark Pougatch broadcast live coverage of the women's and men's singles finals from the All England Lawn Tennis Club

Drama On 3 – Tartuffe

Sunday 5 July on BBC RADIO 3

BBC Radio 3 presents the Liverpool Playhouse production of Roger McGough's version of Moliere's comedy

The Complete Smiley – The Spy Who Came In From The Cold

Sunday 5 July on BBC RADIO 4

Simon Russell Beale stars as John Le Carré's George Smiley

Heart And Soul – In Conversation With The Dalai Lama

Sunday 5 July on BBC WORLD SERVICE

Sir Mark Tully talks to the exiled spiritual leader of Tibet, the Dalai Lama

The Chris Moyles Show Take That Special

Monday 6 July on BBC RADIO 1

Chris Moyles plays exclusive highlights of Take That's Wembley concert

Book At Bedtime – To Heaven By Water

Monday 6 to Friday 10 July on BBC RADIO 4

Bill Nighy reads Justin Cartwright's touching and funny portrait of a family coming to terms with loss

Cerys On 6

Monday 6 July on BBC 6 MUSIC

Singer/songwriter Cerys Matthews takes over from Nemone to present her first daily show

Arthur Smith’s Balham Bash

Tuesday 7 July on BBC RADIO 4

Arthur Smith invites an audience into his Balham flat for an evening of music and comedy

Test Match Special

Wednesday 8 July on BBC RADIO 5 LIVE

Jonathan Agnew leads commentary of the opening day's play of the first Ashes Test between England and Australia

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BBC Week numbers throughout 2009 will differ from those of other broadcasters. We have made changes to the BBC Picture Publicity and BBC Press Office websites so that we refer to "BBC Week Numbers" and, wherever possible, actual dates.

We will also reflect this in email correspondence and telephone conversations with you.

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