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Week 26 21-27 June 2008

  The dance-music revolution of the late-Eighties saw acid-house ravers attending dance parties across the UK

Make a house call with BBC Radio 2...

The Definitive History Of Dance Music

Saturday 21 June on BBC RADIO 2

BBC Radio 2 gives listeners the acid test to mark the 20-year anniversary of the explosion of dance music with a season of programmes dedicated to acid house
Programme copy (The Definitive History Of Dance Music)
Programme copy (Acid House – The Next Generation)
Programme copy (Don't Start Me Talking About … Dance Music)

Opera On 3 – Punch And Judy
Saturday 21 June on BBC RADIO 3

Ivan Hewett presents a broadcast of English National Opera's acclaimed new production of Sir Harrison Birtwhistle's provocative chamber opera
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Performance On 3 – BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra On Tour In China

Monday 23 June on BBC RADIO 3

The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra returns to China and plays the famous Shanghai Concert Hall
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Round Britain Quiz
Monday 23 June on BBC RADIO 4

The perennial cryptic quiz – where regional teams must harness all their diverse knowledge to win – returns for its 60th year
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Wimbledon 2008
Begins Monday 23 June on BBC RADIO 5 Live and BBC 5 LIVE SPORTS EXTRA

BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC 5 Live Sports Extra serve live commentary from Wimbledon 2008, with the help of a stellar cast of expert pundits as the world-famous, grass-court Grand Slam gets under way
Programme copy (Wimbledon 2008 – Simon Mayo)
Programme copy (Wimbledon 2008 – Mark Pougatch)
Programme copy (Wimbledon 2008 – Michael Stich At Wimbledon)
Programme copy (Wimbledon 2008 – 6 Love 6)

Jo Whiley/Annie Mac

Begins Friday 27 June on BBC RADIO 1

Jo Whiley camps it up at Glastonbury 2008 and Annie Mac hosts her cutting-edge dance music show, live, from the BBC stage (BBC TWO, BBC THREE and BBC FOUR also feature extensive coverage of the festival)
Programme copy (Jo Whiley)
Programme copy (Annie Mac's Mash Up)

The Now Show
Friday 27 June on BBC RADIO 4

Hugh Dennis and Steve Punt return to BBC Radio 4 for the 25th series of their popular satirical sketch show
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