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1/2 Candi Staton recalls the 1979 anti-disco protest led by a local Chicago DJ.
BBC Radio 6 Music
In 1959 the people of Tibet turned against Chinese occupying forces.
BBC World Service Online
3/3 Paul Gambaccini concludes his story of the Philadelphia music scene.
2/2 Gus O'Donnell on why we should be proud of our civil service.
BBC Radio 4
Investigating global developments, issues and affairs.
5/5 Roger concludes his journey in Beijing, visiting the city's Tap Water Museum. (R)
In March 1978 thieves stole the body of Charlie Chaplin from a cemetery in Switzerland.
2/3 Erica McAlister asks if we should be eating more insects.
2/5 Was the Great Fire of London a missed opportunity to create Europe's finest Baroque city?
2/6 Status quo bias - do you prefer things, whether personal or political, the way they are?
Does Europe face a new terror threat after military action in Mali? Jenny Cuffe reports.
2/4 David Mitchell on the age of the catchphrase, innuendo and the birth of the modern sitcom.
BBC Radio 2
2/2 Candi Staton recalls the 1979 anti-disco protest led by a local Chicago DJ.
An entertaining and enlightening celebration of Scotland's mountain history.
BBC Radio Scotland
1/2 Paul Gambaccini continues his frank and insightful interview with Marvin Gaye.
Wednesday 13 March 2013