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Wednesday 29 Oct 2014

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Network Radio BBC Week 40
Highlights 2-8 October 2010

Pianist Mitsuko Uchida

Performance On 3 – Mitsuko Uchida

Thursday 7 October on BBC RADIO 3

Pianist Mitsuko Uchida gives a solo recital as part of London's South Bank Centre's International Piano Series

Graham Norton

Saturday 2 October on BBC RADIO 2

Graham Norton joins BBC Radio 2 with his own Saturday morning show

Archive On 4 – A Working-Class Tory Is Something To Be

Saturday 2 October on BBC RADIO 4

David Davis MP delves into the BBC sound archive to explore the histories of working-class Tories

Weekend Wogan

Sunday 3 October on BBC RADIO 2

Sir Terry Wogan kicks off a new series of Weekend Wogan by presenting a special concert from the London Palladium in aid of BBC Children In Need

Private Passions – Graham Vick

Sunday 3 October on BBC RADIO 3

Birmingham Opera Company's artistic director Graham Vick talks to Michael Berkeley about his personal musical favourites

The Musical

Monday 4 October on BBC RADIO 2

American actress and star of the West End's Sister Act Whoopi Goldberg presents the fifth documentary in BBC Radio 2's season of programmes celebrating The Musical

Craig Brown's Lost Diaries

Monday 4 October on BBC RADIO 4

Satirist Craig Brown dips into the private lives of public figures

Sex, Porn And Teenagers

Monday 4 October on BBC RADIO 4

Presenter Miranda Sawyer investigates teenage sexual culture

The Write Stuff

Tuesday 5 October on BBC RADIO 4

James Walton chairs a new series of The Write Stuff with John Walsh of the Independent newspaper and novelist Sebastian Faulks as team captains

Jazz Junctions

Wednesday 6 October on BBC RADIO 2

Guy Barker explores the history of jazz

Performance On 3

Friday 8 October BBC RADIO 3

Petroc Trelawny introduces a concert by the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Sir Andrew Davis, live from the Barbican in London

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

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