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1/3 Tom Robinson celebrates the unlikely alliance between punk and reggae.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Fred MacAulay presents a Zone dedicated to the history of golf.
BBC Radio Scotland
How Islamic extremists tried to blow up the Twin Towers eight years before 9/11.
BBC World Service Online
Pete Townshend talks to Roger Scott about the Who's 1971 classic Who's Next.
Forty years ago, American Indian activists staged a protest against the US authorities.
3/8 The bitter clash between the broadcasters and Sir Eden's government during the Suez crisis
BBC Radio 4
6/10 Historian Sir David Cannadine explores Winston's Churchill's love affair with cinema.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
The Radio 1 and 1Xtra Interns take control - with Grimmy, Toddla T and Charlie Sloth.
BBC Radio 1 N. Ireland
BBC Radio 1 Scotland
BBC Radio 1 Wales
BBC Radio 1Xtra
BBC Radio 1
Stuart Maconie investigates the roots and impact of rave and club culture in the 1990s.
BBC Radio 2
3/5 Author AL Kennedy explores why she has always found the nights too thrilling to sleep. (R)
BBC Radio 3
2/3 Tom Robinson celebrates the unlikely alliance between punk and reggae.
Kate Bush talks to Richard Skinner about her best-selling 1985 album.
Thursday 28 February 2013