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Wednesday 29 Oct 2014

Programme Information

Network Radio BBC Week 44
Highlights 31 October-6 November 2009

Grammy Award-winning Canadian jazz pianist and singer Diana Krall

Ronnie Scott's At 50

Friday 6 November on BBC RADIO 2

The famous London jazz club is 50 this year and BBC Radio 2 celebrates Ronnie Scott – the man, musician and humourist – with new contributions from Diana Krall (above), Sonny Rollins and Monty Alexander

Open Country

Saturday 31 October on BBC RADIO 4

Queen's Brian May uncovers the story of an Oxfordshire village captured in time by a Victorian pioneer

BBC Radio 2 – Young Choristers Of The Year 2009

Sunday 1 November on BBC RADIO 2

Aled Jones hosts the final of BBC Radio 2's annual competition at St Paul's Cathedral, London

Desert Island Discs

Sunday 1 November on BBC RADIO 4

Renowned television presenter Jerry Springer explains how he would cope on BBC Radio 4's mythical desert island

5 Live Sport

Sunday 1 November on BBC RADIO 5 LIVE

David Croft, Anthony Davidson and Holly Samos bring listeners live Formula 1 commentary of the final race of the season, the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Performance On 3

Monday 2 November BBC RADIO 3

Ilan Volkov returns to conduct the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in his new role as Principal Guest Conductor, opening with Strauss's Don Juan

Woman's Hour Drama –

Monday 2 to Friday 6 November on BBC RADIO 4

Kris Marshall and Maxine Peake star in Sue Teddern's tale of lone parenting

The Day The Wall Fell

Tuesday 3 November on BBC RADIO 2

Jeremy Vine marks the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall

Night Waves

Tuesday 3 November on BBC RADIO 3

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra celebrates the 75th birthday of Sir Peter Maxwell Davies with a performance of his Fourth Symphony

M1 – The Modernist Marvel

Wednesday 4 November on BBC RADIO 4

Performance poet and musician John Hegley presents a poetic meditation on Britain's first major motorway

Lives In A Landscape

Friday 6 November on BBC RADIO 4

Award-winning presenter Alan Dein returns with a new series of offbeat stories about contemporary Britain

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