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Network Radio BBC Week 19
Highlights 8-14 May 2010

Lead singer of British rock group Keane, Tom Chaplin

Simon Mayo's Drivetime

Monday 10 May on BBC RADIO 2

Simon Mayo is joined by Tom Chaplin, Tim Rice-Oxley and Richard Hughes, as Keane become the latest band to join BBC Radio 2's Great British Songbook Library

Radio 2's Comedy Showcase – Strings

Saturday 8 May on BBC RADIO 2

The final pilot in the Comedy Showcase series is written by musician and comedian Tim Minchin, who also stars

Saturday Play – An English Tragedy

Saturday 8 May on BBC RADIO 4

Derek Jacobi heads the cast in Oscar-winning writer Ronald Harwood's fact-based drama about the final days of a man awaiting execution

Michael Ball's Sunday Brunch

Sunday 9 May on BBC RADIO 2

Michael Ball's Sunday Brunch returns to BBC Radio 2 and, this week, he is live from Glasgow reviewing the newspapers and previewing the best of the week's film, DVD, TV and radio entertainment

Night Waves

Monday 10 May on BBC RADIO 3

As part of the BBC's year of science programmes, Night Waves presents a special series of extended interviews with the world's leading scientists

The Museum Of Curiosity

Monday 10 May on BBC RADIO 4

Professor John Lloyd and new curator, comedian Jon Richardson, throw open the doors of the world's most curious museum to receive gifts from Sir Terry Pratchett, Marcus Chown and Shappi Khorsandi

Last Orders At The Spinning Disc –
What's Happened To Record Shops?

Tuesday 11 May on BBC RADIO 2

Producer Pete Waterman examines the history and considers the future of independent record shops

Performance On 3 –
The Royal Philharmonic Society Awards 2010

Wednesday 12 May on BBC RADIO 3

Coverage of the 2010 Royal Philharmonic Society Awards from the Dorchester Hotel in London, featuring Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry's keynote speech, interviews and music

Heart And Soul – Muslim Scots

Wednesday 12 May on BBC WORLD SERVICE

An exploration of the Muslim community in Scotland that investigates how Islam sits with Scottish nationalism, and asks whether the Scottish national dish, haggis, can ever be halal

Lauren Laverne

Friday 14 May on BBC 6 MUSIC

Lauren Laverne's show is live from Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset – the site of the Glastonbury Festival – as she announces details of BBC 6 Music's coverage of this year's 40th anniversary weekend

Scheduling information in Network Radio Programme Information is subject to change.

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