Simon Parkes has audio treasures aplenty this week. There's Michael Palin on Ernest Hemingway; Iain Sinclair on W.G. Sebald, oh! And manicured Norfolk landscapes; Nayantara Seghal on her uncle, Jawaharlal Nehru and children's writer Philip Ardagh on beards. Stubbly or otherwise. What more could you want? Well a few other radio morsels, I feel sure.
A German Genius in Britain (Radio 4: Thursday 29 May 2014)
Sunday Feature: Clocks & Clouds (Radio 3: Sunday 25 May 2014)
Little Chechnya on the Steppes (Radio 4: Monday 26 May 2014)
Afternoon Drama: Missing in Action (Radio 4: Thursday 29 May 2014)
Witness - The Death of Nehru (World Service: Tuesday 27 May 2014)
Martin Luther King's Newcastle Speech (Radio Newcastle: All-week)
Bert Weedon: The Teacher of Rock and Roll (Radio 2: Monday 26 May 2014)
Plum House (Radio 4: Thursday 29 May 2014)
Great Lives (Radio 4: Tuesday 27 May 2014)
The Verb (Radio 3: Friday 30 May 2014)
The History of Brazil Is Round (Radio 4: All-week)
Today (Radio 4: All-week).