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A selection of Radio 3's arts, drama, world music and jazz programmes.
Konrad Wiszniewski and Euan Stevenson's New Focus recorded at the Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh.
Alyn Shipton's selection includes music by keyboard players George Duke and Fats Waller.
Philip Dodd discusses law and language and reviews a new play by Rebecca Lenkiewicz.
American trio The Bad Plus in concert at the 2014 EFG London Jazz Festival.
Matthew Sweet introduces a selection of film music inspired by man and machine.
Samira Ahmed explores the role of HG Wells in the creation of the nuclear bomb.
AL Kennedy, Virginia Ironside and Francis O'Gorman discuss worrying in literature and life
Geoffrey Smith introduces music from Sonny Terry, Wynton Marsalis and Carla Bley.
Author Susan Orlean celebrates corn on the cob, integral to an American summer.
Rana Mitter discusses Pather Panchali with Tariq Ali and talks to novelist Sunjeev Sahota.
Philip Dodd on the links between dance, art and the brain. Plus the meaning of 'public'.
Mary Ann Kennedy presents new music and a session with New Orleans musician Andrew Duhon.
Wesley Enoch explores the powerful mythology of the Anzacs in Australia.
By Steve Waters. A play about Henry Fielding and Robert Walpole. With David Troughton.
Anne McElvoy chairs the 2015 Museum of the Year directors' debate at Tate Modern in London
Ian McMillan presents the word cabaret from the 2015 Manchester International Festival.
With Miles Davis's former guitarist Mike Stern in conversation backstage at Ronnie Scott's
Texts and music centring on conversations, with readers Catherine Harvey and Jamie Parker.
Alyn Shipton's selection of music includes music by Horace Tapscott and Lee Wiley.
Michael Berkeley's guest is assyriologist Irving Finkel.
Michael Berkeley talks to painter Rachel Nicholson in her London studio.
Matthew Sweet introduces a selection of music inspired by the theme of outlaws.
Martin Handley explores contemporary attitudes to the operettas of Gilbert and Sullivan.
Jez Nelson with a special tribute programme to saxophonist and composer Ornette Coleman.
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