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A poem from the Philippines, read by Suzette Dela Vega-Edmondson.
BBC Radio Scotland
A tribute to American man of letters Gore Vidal who has died aged 86.
BBC World Service Online
Celebrating poetry worldwide with a poem from Andorra read by Keiran Ure.
Matthew Sweet asks if Citizen Kane should again be voted the greatest film ever.
BBC Radio 4 FM
4/5 Donald Macleod on the music arising from Bach's visit to Frederick the Great in 1747.
BBC Radio 3
News, views, issues, culture and sport from across the north west.
BBC Radio Foyle
Brave: Kelly McDonald, Robbie Coltrane and Kevin McKidd discuss Disney's latest film.
Can you name that National Anthem? Plus Noreen marks Raksha Bandhan.
BBC Asian Network
Christopher Buckley discusses his latest novel They Eat Puppies, Don't They.
With the 18th Sydney Biennale well under way, we take a look at the biannual art show.
Matthew Sweet and guests look back at the film career of Ivor Novello.
Sean Rafferty presents music from flautist James Galway and Mr McFall's Chamber.
Marie-Louise Muir covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
BBC Radio Ulster
Kirsty Lang reports on a new RSC staging of Much Ado About Nothing, starring Meera Syal.
BBC Radio 4
Danny Karlin considers Robert Browning's Sordello: is it the best worst poem ever?
Gagan Grewal sits in for Sanjay Sharma with news from India, Pakistan and Syria.
3/4 Richard Coles looks at the conflict between sexuality and gender identity. (R)
3/5 Exploring the creation of the first international and cross-boundary standards for money. (R)
Celebrating poetry world wide with a poem from American Samoa read by Anthony Liu.
Poet Kei Miller introduces poems from around the world as part of Poetry 2012.
Friday 3 August 2012