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Bryan Burnett meets Olympic marathon hopefuls and finds out what it takes to run 26 miles. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
3/4 Humphrey Lyttelton tells June Knox-Mawer about forming his first band.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1/2 Imam Khalid Latif considers what happens when world religions change their minds.
BBC World Service Online
3/4 Mark Lamarr continues his in-depth profile of the soul and funk pioneer.
BBC Radio 6 Music
How a court case ruined the 19th century playwright and wit.
Claudia meets Julian Rotter, who promoted personality theory in clinical psychology.
BBC Radio 4
How lines on a map shape our lives, our ideology, and our development.
6/20 How Henry V's battle gear reflects the Elizabethan view of English history.
6/30 Michael Morpurgo examines Puritanism and the effects of the Reformation.
One million books given away for free - how did it affect those involved?
Mr Fan, Vietnamese boatperson, barber, Chinese gardener, English horseman, tells his story
MistaJam on a new generation of DJs, fans and producers united by bass.
BBC Radio 1 N. Ireland
BBC Radio 1 Scotland
BBC Radio 1 Wales
BBC Radio 1
Ann Widdecombe explores how our attitude to getting drunk has changed in the UK.
BBC Radio 5 live
1/5 Writer Margaret Drabble explores how Shakespeare has deepened our concept of love.
BBC Radio 3
1/4 Stuart Maconie's profile of one of the most important British groups of the 1990s.
4/4 Mark Lamarr concludes his in-depth profile of the soul and funk pioneer.
Tuesday 24 April 2012