John Waite makes his selection from the past seven days of BBC Radio
India, Russia, the United States.Tooting. John Waite goes globe-trotting for his Pick of the Week programmes on Sunday. He also introduces us to a new Bangladeshi detective, who's the sub-continent's answer to Columbo.
And Dudley Moore puts a British twist on Beethoven by imagining how Colonel Bogey might sound if composed by Germany's genius.
There's also a chance to hear some top Broadway musicals that the public didn't get to see - as they were meant for corporate America; a hymn to higher sales targets.
So, don't miss the showstopper about disposable hospital wear "I never enjoyed an operation more" by joining John for his Pick of the Week this Sunday evening at six fifteen.
Robert Winston's Musical Analysis - Radio 4
Afternoon Drama: The British Club - Radio 4
Just a minute - Radio 4
News Quiz USA - Radio 4
Twenty Minutes: Rainhorse - Radio 3
Open Country - Radio 4
Word of Mouth - Radio 4
Pink Mist - Radio 4
One to One - Radio 4
There is Business like Show Business - Radio 4
The Topping Tooters of the Town - Radio 4
Jonathan Cowap - BBC Radio York
Schubert Diary - Radio 3
Composer of the Week - Radio 3
Dudley Moore's World of Jazz - Radio 2
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Producer: Jessica Treen.
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