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Thursday 28 Aug 2014

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Network Radio BBC Week 10
Highlights 6-12 March 2010

David Tennant stars in Of Mice And Men

Of Mice And Men

Sunday 7 March on BBC RADIO 4

David Tennant and Liam Brennan star in this BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of John Steinbeck's seminal novel

Music Matters

Saturday 6 March on BBC RADIO 3

Music Matters comes from Glasgow as Tom Service brings together Scottish performers: violinist Nicola Benedetti; mezzo soprano Karen Cargill; and soprano Lisa Milne

Private Passions

Sunday 7 March on BBC RADIO 3

League Of Gentleman actor and writer Mark Gatiss is Michael Berkeley's guest this week

Book Club

Sunday 7 March on BBC RADIO 4

Douglas Coupland talks to James Naughtie and a group of readers about his best-selling novel, Generation X

Rory Bremner's International Satirists

Monday 8 March on BBC RADIO 4

Rory Bremner engages topical comics, satirists and comedians from different countries about their cultures

How To Make Your First Billion

Monday 8 March on BBC WORLD SERVICE

This fictionalised insight into Silicon Valley by award-winning writer Matthew Solon follows the trials and tribulations of a start-up company

A Date With Dolly – Michael Ball Meets Dolly Parton

Tuesday 9 March on BBC RADIO 2

Michael Ball fulfils his long-time ambition to meet the embodiment of country music, Dolly Parton

Performance On 3

Wednesday 10 March on BBC RADIO 3

Sir Simon Rattle conducts the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in Bach's St Matthew Passion, with an international line-up of soloists including Camilla Tilling, Magdalena Kozena and Mark Padmore

Mothers And Daughters

Wednesday 10 March on BBC RADIO 4

Woman's Hour hears listeners' tales of the mother-and-daughter relationship in a special feature preceding Mothering Sunday

Discovery – The Future Of The Internet

Wednesday 10 March on BBC WORLD SERVICE

BBC technology correspondent Rory Cellan Jones examines the science behind new developments across the web as part of the BBC's Superpower season

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