As a new book of images of The Kennedys is published, we speak to the editor Tony Nourmand
BBC World Service
3/4 Musicologist Richard Witts explores the significance of programme notes.
BBC Radio 3
Adrian Mourby examines the history of the operatic plot.
Donny Osmond, Cecil Beaton's war photos, the return of Dallas and new art from China.
BBC Radio 4
Steve Hewlett on Freesat, the in-tray of the new culture secretary and Daybreak relaunch.
We talk to Australian director John Hillcoat about his new gangster movie Lawless.
2/4 Richard Witts on educationalist Walford Davies and Imogen Holst, one of his team.
David Bramwell meets natural weather forecaster David King.
Booker-winning writer Howard Jacobson, Damian Lewis on The Sweeney, and Lawless reviewed.
Chris Ledgard examines how the words we use play a critical role in resolving conflict.