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Felicity Finch balances the claims of rival ballet shoe makers.
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Cuid a Dó
Stories from well-known Irish storyteller Nóra Frainc.
Elvis Dream Concert: Reversions
An imaginary concert by Elvis Presley, had he ever played in the UK
Surf and Furze
Laura Barton takes a close listen to music found in different landscapes around Britain.
Cathy FitzGerald presents creative writing lessons, aided by the ghosts of writers past.
Lesson Eighteen: Writer’s Block
Lessons in creative writing from a ghostly array of novelists, poets and playwrights.
The Martian Overthrow
Francis Spufford follows the impact of HG Wells's all-conquering Martian tripods.
Series that explores the Mars of imagination, science and history.
The Work Words Do
Elisha Efua Bartels talks to a new generation of writers coming out of the Caribbean.
Kevin Le Gendre explores the spread of jazz into popular UK culture.
Terry Riley: In C
Ivan Hewett examines five chords to test the idea that harmony is a reflection of history.
Playwright John Godber takes a drive around Hull to explore the city's culture.
Academic Corin Throsby explores the rich cultural life of her native Australia.
Series that raises the curtain on the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.
Laura Barton walks the length of Sunset Boulevard in 24 hours, from city to coast.
How Richard Burton Got His Voice
Antonia Quirke uses her knowledge and contacts to reveal secrets of the movie industry.
Thabiso Mohare explores the musical life of Soweto, South Africa's most famous township.
Nick Berkeley shows how song lyrics help us articulate and negotiate aspects of our lives.
Musicians look at how the land meets the air and imagine it as music.
Fiona Lindsay listens in on actors and directors as they work on dramatic productions.
David Hockney embarks on an ambitious new portrait series from his Californian studio.
Artist Roger Law explores the culture of South Korea.
How the American record industry responded to the assassination of President Kennedy.
Marie-Louise Muir explores the significance of Van Morrison's recent gigs in east Belfast.
Do dyslexia or dyspraxia affect the way you draw? Chris Ledgard investigates.
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