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Music journalist and writer John Harris selects music and writing that has shaped his life
Comedian Sara Pascoe presents her favourite funniest readings at the BBC Radio Theatre.
Sir Trevor McDonald chooses his favourite prose and poetry.
Armstrong and Miller reunite to present their favourite bits of writing, music and song.
Singer-songwriter Ricky Ross presents readings of his favourite pieces of poetry and prose
Actress Stephanie Cole chooses her favourite words at Bristol Old Vic Theatre.
Poet Daljit Nagra presents readings of his favourite pieces of poetry and prose.
Maxine Peake, star of Shameless and Silk, presents favourite readings at the Radio Theatre
Poet and playwright Glyn Maxwell introduces his favourite poetry and prose.
Satirist Craig Brown's favourite readings, read by Simon Russell Beale and Eleanor Bron.
Rebecca Front takes the Radio Theatre audience through her life in reading and comedy.
Helen Baxendale chooses favourite pieces of writing, read by Greg Davies and Esther Smith.
Phill Jupitus takes us through his life in books and songs - Sex Pistols and Steve Martin.
Penelope Keith presents her favourite funniest readings to the Radio Theatre audience.
John Finnemore presents his favourite readings, with Stephanie Cole and Geoffrey Whitehead
Paddy Ashdown chooses his favourite works of poetry and prose.
Neurosurgeon and author of Do No Harm Henry Marsh chooses writing that is important to him
Levi Roots picks his favourite readings. Read by Adrian Lester and Claire Benedict.
Jessica Hynes presents to live audience the writing that means the most to her.
Chef Raymond Blanc chooses his favourite pieces of writing, with reader Sinead Cusack.
Writer Jonathan Coe chooses his favourite pieces of poetry, prose and comedy.
Writer and gardener Carol Klein shares her favourite pieces of writing.
Sanjeev Bhaskar presents his favourite pieces of writing to the Radio Theatre audience.
Ian Hislop's favourite writing is read by Jim Broadbent and Tamsin Greig, for an audience.
Actor Simon Callow presents his favourite readings, with the help of Patricia Hodge.
Actor Neil Stuke chooses favourite food writing at the Bristol Food Connections Festival.
Call the Midwife screenwriter Heidi Thomas chooses some favourite pieces of writing.
Singer Pauline Black chooses her favourite words of music, prose and poetry.
Sir Terry Wogan chooses his favourite words and music, with readings by actor David Jason.
Novelist AS Byatt presents favourite pieces of writing with the help of actor Peter Eyre.