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A selection of great moments from Radio 4.
Noel Gallagher answers the most unusual question from a Mastertapes audience.
iPM listener Susan Andrews explains how counting birds brought her closer to her mother
A fine debut from the Just a Minute newbie.
Harry sings Postman Pat to the tune of Climb Every Mountain from The Sound of Music.
Actor Benedict Cumberbatch reads the original radio bulletin about the D-Day operations.
Impersonator Alistair McGowan critiques the punditry of Phil Neville.
Jon Kay meets Gerry Hughes, the creator of the one-man radio soap opera Acrebury.
Sir Terry Wogan presents an alternative guide to the EU presidential debate.
Zoologist Dr Tim Cockerill struggles to talk over the warning sound of a noisy cicada.
Roy of the Rovers appears on Today as part of BBC Radio 4's Character Invasion.
A special Thought for the Day, written by Richard Curtis and performed by Dawn French.
JP Devlin's frank interview with Frank the dog.
A dialect coach, Andrew Jack, gives a tour of the accents of the British Isles.
Mick Jagger reflects on the Rolling Stones history and talks about headlining Glastonbury.
How The Archers might sound to people who dont really listen to The Archers.
James Naughtie asks the late Hercule Poirot to reflect on his life.
Guest editor Michael Palin asked the playwright to read the forecast.
A difficult interview at the BBC Proms.
Victoria sings Bob the Builder to the tune of I Dreamed a Dream from Les Misérables.
Jeremy and Sandi consider an important task carried out by medical professionals.
The BBC's new summer editor explains what the effects of summer may be.
A poem by Joseph O’Connor based on a conversation he overheard on Dublin's LUAS tramline.
Feedback listener Dinah Shore offers an eggs-tra special version of The Shipping Forecast.
Are middle class children pampered little Buddhas? Jeremy Hardy gives an amusing answer.