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1/5 Bernie Krause shows why it is critical to preserve our remaining natural soundscapes.
BBC Radio 4
Damien Hirst at London's Tate Modern - the first large scale exhibition of his career.
BBC World Service Online
Clive Anderson is joined by Julian Clary and Robert Powell, with music from Shearwater.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Celebrating poetry worldwide with a poem from Iran read by Banafsheh Varasteh.
BBC Radio Scotland
2/5 The sounds of the geophony were the first heard on Earth.
BBC Radio 4 FM
3/4 Prof Winston examines the composer's uneasy relationship with the political authorities.
Stephen McCauley sits in for Mark with news, views, issues, culture and sport.
BBC Radio Foyle
Beirdd yn ceisio am le yn y Ffeinal yn Eisteddfod. Bards vie for a place in the Eisteddfod (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
Actor Fiona Shaw asks us to look for the poet within us, plus immersive street games.
3/3 Buaidh nam meadhanan sòisealta air naidheachdan, poilitigs is gnìomhachas.
BBC Radio nan Gàidheal
Noreen reveals which car colour is growing in demand.
BBC Asian Network
James Copnall reports on South Sudan's first Shakespearean production, Cymbeline.
In this Diamond Jubilee year, Michael Rosen looks at the way in which the Queen speaks.
Sean Rafferty presents a selection of music and guests from the arts world.
BBC Radio 3
Marie-Louise Muir covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
BBC Radio Ulster
With Mark Lawson, who reviews the film Headhunters, based on a book by Jo Nesbo.
Stephen Johnson explores Dvorak's Piano Trio No 4. in E minor - the Dumky Trio.
News, current affairs and music in Bengali with Shawkat Hashmi.
Matthew Sweet presents an international review edition.
Wednesday 4 April 2012