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Celebrating 90 years of BBC radio - short features marking some memorable radio moments.
Daniel Snowman begins work on a landmark history of the British People.
Worried married woman seeks an anti-aphrodisiac and advice in radio's agony column.
Mary Peters remembers winning Gold in the Olympics, and her Belfast homecoming.
Tour Manager Richard Greaves relives a day in the life of the Radio 1 Roadshow.
Spike Milligan tells the story of his Indian colonial childhood.
Ken Clarke revisits the start of Parliamentary radio & the fear it would change the House.
A young Colin Blakemore's Reith Lecture on understanding the human brain.
Livestock prices and a dating agency for sheep. A different kind of local radio.
Hear 13-year-old Jeremy Vine making his radio debut on his own home made station.
On the first night of 24 hour national broadcasting - Radio 2 DJs on how to fill the time.
Simon Jones, who played Arthur Dent recalls the hurried birth of the difficult 2nd series
Elizabeth Parker recalls manipulating sound in the Radiophonic Workshop.
Adrian Mole, Radio 4's surprise hit of 1982, was famously anti-Thatcher.
Grace Dent explains her teenage love of Our Tune.
Hardeep Singh Kohli remembers hearing Mark Tully break the news of Indira Gandhi's death.
How to 'fill' for 30 minutes, by Radio 3's Suzy Klein.
When Libby Purves went on holiday, producer Victor Lewis-Smith, booked her replacement.
The power is out in Broadcasting House. It's torchlight and typewriters for Sue MacGregor.
Claire Rayner is moved to comment when confronted by Dr Anthony Clare.
Andy Kershaw on an early trip to Mali.