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Network Radio BBC Week 45
Highlights 5-11 November 2011

Foreign Secretary William Hague contributes to Free Thinking 2011

Free Thinking 2011

Saturday 5 to Thursday 10 November on BBC RADIO 3

A selection of festival highlights exploring this year's central theme, Change, including discussions with William Hague, Molly Dineen and Germaine Greer, can be heard across the week

The Free Thinking Debate – What Is News Now?

Saturday 5 November on BBC RADIO 3 and BBC RADIO 5 LIVE

BBC Radio 3 and BBC Radio 5 Live join forces for a special festival debate about the editorial choices behind today's news stories as a panel of guests from the media join Matthew Sweet and Chris Warburton live at The Sage Gateshead

Opera On 3 – Domingo Celebration

Saturday 5 November on BBC RADIO 3

A special homage to Placido Domingo, one of the greatest voices of all time

BBC Radio 2 Young Chorister Of The Year 2011

Sunday 6 November on BBC RADIO 2

Aled Jones hosts the final of the prestigious competition from St Martin-in-the-Fields in London

The Songs My Son Loved

Monday 7 to Friday 11 November on BBC RADIO 2

Jeremy Vine meets the mothers of five soldiers killed in action who share their memories through their sons' favourite music, as part of BBC Radio 2's Remembrance Week programming

Brain Season On BBC Radio 4

Monday 7 to Friday 11 November on BBC RADIO 4

This season of programmes about the most complex object in the known universe includes Dr Geoff Bunn's A History Of The Brain, The Lobotomist and Mind Myths

Book At Bedtime – The House Of Silk

Monday 7 to Friday 11 November on BBC RADIO 4

Derek Jacobi reads Anthony Horowitz's shocking new Sherlock Holmes mystery – the first such project to be endorsed by the Conan Doyle Estate

Richard Herring's Objective

Tuesday 8 November on BBC RADIO 4

Richard Herring is back to poke and prod a variety of controversial objects to see if the controversy falls out

Symphony Question Time

Wednesday 9 November on BBC RADIO 3

Sue Perkins and Tom Service unravel everything listeners ever wanted to know about the symphony, but were too afraid to ask

5 Live Sport

Thursday 10 November on BBC RADIO 5 LIVE

Eleanor Oldroyd re-visits the story of German goalkeeper Robert Enke, two years after his tragic suicide, in a 5 Live Sport Special – A Life Too Short

Friday Night Is Music Night – Forces Special

Friday 11 November on BBC RADIO 2

Paul O'Grady hosts a special Armistice Day concert from London's Hackney Empire, recreating the spirit of ENSA to pay tribute to servicemen and -women past and present

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