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Network Radio BBC Week 35
Highlights 28 August-3 September 2010

Ace and Vis capture the flavour of the Notting Hill Carnival

1XTRA AT NOTTING HILL CARNIVAL 2010
Ten Hour Takeover

Saturday 28 August to Bank Holiday Monday 30 August on BBC RADIO 1XTRA

BBC Radio 1Xtra brings the carnival vibe direct to listeners in a weekend full of exciting live coverage

READING AND LEEDS 2010
Huw Stephens – Live From Reading Festival

Saturday 28 August to Sunday 29 August on BBC RADIO 1

BBC Radio 1's Huw Stephens comes live from one of the leading UK festivals

BBC RADIO 2'S BEE GEES BANK HOLIDAY
The Bee Gees

Bank Holiday Monday 30 August on BBC RADIO 2

As part of BBC Radio 2's special Bee Gees Bank Holiday, Johnnie Walker speaks to Robin and Barry Gibb about their glittering career

BBC PROMS 2010
Prom 59 – Children's Prom

Bank Holiday Monday 30 August on BBC RADIO 3

Dynamic young duo Nicholas Collon and his Aurora Orchestra take a whistle-stop tour through some exciting and enchanting moments in classical music

BBC 6 MUSIC DO IT YOURSELF WEEKEND
Twelve Hour Takeover

Bank Holiday Monday 30 August on BBC 6 MUSIC

BBC 6 Music is set to hand over the station to listeners across the August Bank Holiday Weekend, with more DIY in the Craig Charles and Stuart Maconie shows

Saving Species

Tuesday 31 August on BBC RADIO 4

Brett Westwood returns with the latest stories about wildlife conservation

Remembering Elvis... With Priscilla Presley

Wednesday 1 September on BBC RADIO 2

Bill Kenwright presents Priscilla Presley in the year that the king of rock 'n' roll would have turned 75

Penguin, Puffin And The Paperback Revolution

Thursday 2 September BBC RADIO 4

Children's author Michael Morpurgo tells the story of Penguin Books, founded 75 years ago by his father, Sir Allen Lane

BBC Radio 2 Kiri Prize – Friday Night Is Music Night

Friday 3 September on BBC RADIO 2

Penny Smith hosts the grand final of BBC Radio 2's Kiri Prize

The Pope's Visit 2010 – God's Ambassador

Friday 3 September on BBC RADIO 4

Ruth McDonald follows ambassador Francis Campbell and the Holy See as they prepare for the Pope's visit to the UK

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

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