Wednesday 29 Oct 2014
Sunday 13 September on BBC RADIO 2
Kylie makes her only UK appearance this year as she heads the glittering line-up of artists in this celebration of the Music of ABBA, which also features Lulu, Chaka Khan, The Feeling and Sharleen Spiteri among many others
Saturday 12 September on BBC RADIO 2 and 3,
BBC ONE and BBC TWO
Listeners can join pop legend Barry Manilow, Sir Terry Wogan and revellers in London's Hyde Park for the traditional open-air gathering which includes opera diva Katherine Jenkins, Escala and Gardar Thor Cortes. This precedes the finale to the Proms on BBC Radio 3 featuring mezzo-soprano Sarah Connolly, trumpeter Alison Balsom and all the traditional Last Night festivities
Saturday 12 September on BBC RADIO 4
Crime writer Val Mcdermid enjoys the crackly sound of Christie's voice on archive tapes discovered in a box by her grandson, Mathew Prichard
Sunday 13 September on BBC RADIO 3
Toby Jones, Patrick Kennedy and Anastasia Hille star in one of Christopher Marlowe's greatest works, about a weak king in thrall to his passions, who pays the ultimate price for choosing his heart over his political responsibilities
Sunday 13 September on BBC RADIO 5 LIVE
Listeners can enjoy live commentary of the US Open men's final at Flushing Meadows, New York
Monday 14 September on BBC RADIO 4
Four years on, Peter White catches up with the 30 youngsters who represented London's bid to host the Olympics, playing a key role in clinching the Games
Tuesday 15 September on BBC RADIO 2
This one-hour documentary considers to what extent Frankie Howerd's performing style revolutionised post-war stand-up comedy
Tuesday 15 September on BBC WORLD SERVICE
Matt Frei chairs a debate as part of a new season of programmes on the BBC's International News Services investigating the impact of the global recession
Wednesday 16 September on BBC RADIO 4
Best-selling author Maeve Binchy talks exclusively to Jenni Murray about her latest collection of short stories, The Return Journey
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