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1/4 Stuart Maconie tells the story of Morrissey, the Lancashire boy who became a British icon.
BBC Radio 6 Music
2/6 Kris Kristofferson presents the story of singer-songwriter Bob Dylan.
Before he shot President Kennedy, Oswald spent two and a half mysterious years in Minsk
BBC World Service Online
1/3 Jonathan Glancey visits an example of what he calls 'anywhere architecture'.
BBC Radio 4
2/5 Hardeep learns about a chess initiative in schools and looks for checks in Carnaby Street. (R)
The Ethiopian bush crow relies on local tribes for survival, but the tribes are changing.
Ian Bostridge opens a window onto one of Benjamin Britten's strangest musical works.
Andrew Dilnot looks at the history of how well-off we have been over the years.
7/30 Exploring how the Puritan ethos affected children and the way of family life.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
2/5 Andrew Eames recalls taking the Orient Express train to Istanbul.
2/4 Succession politics in Britain, while in Spain, Muslims and Jews clash.
150 years on, James Naughtie examines the relevance of the Gettysburg Address for today.
1/3 Jonathan Glancey visits an example of what he calls 'anywhere architecture'. (R)
Actor Robert Vaughn looks at the impact and enduring appeal of the presidency of JFK. (R)
BBC Radio 2
1/6 Brian and Robin rational look at the science of risk with Graeme Garden.
2/4 Stuart Maconie tells the story of Morrissey, the Lancashire boy who became a British icon.
3/6 Kris Kristofferson tells the story of singer-songwriter Bob Dylan.
Wednesday 20 November 2013