Wednesday 29 Oct 2014
Saturday 21 November on BBC RADIO 2
Recently re-formed, iconic Eighties group Spandau Ballet perform a mix of old classics and songs from their new album in concert at the BBC's Broadcasting House
Saturday 21 November on BBC RADIO 4
Mark Lawson asks if fictional programmes about politics represent a truthful portrayal of the machinations of government and if fiction can influence those in positions of power
Saturday 21 November on BBC WORLD SERVICE
Listeners can enjoy the winning play from the BBC World Service and British Council International Radio Playwriting Competition 2009 for English as a first language
Sunday 22 November on BBC RADIO 3
The Choir of Westminster Abbey and St James's Baroque present some of Purcell's greatest choral music to mark the 350th anniversary of his birth, with soloists including Carolyn Sampson and Neal Davies
Monday 23 November on BBC RADIO 2
Jeremy Vine focuses on dementia, shining a spotlight on some of the issues facing people affected by the illness, including prevention and the merits and drawbacks of taking a dementia test
Monday 23 November on BBC RADIO 4
Anne McElvoy talks to leading British politicians to discover what impact the revolutions of 1989 had on them both personally and in shaping the political worldview they now use to govern
Tuesday 24 November on BBC RADIO 4
Key figures involved in the hugely costly task of restitching Berlin after the fall of the Wall, as well as ordinary Berliners, recall the challenges of reunification
Thursday 26 November on BBC RADIO 3
Former England cricket captain Mike Brearley delivers a talk on "Narcissism and Leadership" at BBC Radio 3's Free Thinking festival 2009
Friday 27 November on BBC RADIO 4
The BBC Radio Food And Farming Awards celebrates it's 10th anniversary with an all-star line up including Raymond Blanc, Alex James and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall
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