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A poem from North Korea, read by Joo Il Kim.
BBC Radio Scotland
Pauline McLean celebrates the Edinburgh Book Festival with an authors' special.
The best of the world's arts, film, music and literature brought to you every day.
BBC World Service Online
Celebrating poetry worldwide with a poem from Rwanda read by Jean Pierre Mugenga.
5/6 Historian John Tosh puts Captain Scott in a long tradition of earlier role models for men.
BBC Radio 4
We hear from award-winning percussionist Kuljit Bhamra and Abdulkarim Raas.
Clive Anderson joins Luke Treadaway, Phil Cornwell, Alexandra Roach and Charlie Connelly.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
1/5 John Adams tells Donald Macleod about his decision to move to the West Coast of America.
BBC Radio 3
News, views, issues, culture and sport from across the north west.
BBC Radio Foyle
Emma Thompson, Val McDermid and the Bloody Scotland crime-writing festival.
Noreen has latest showbiz news and gossip in the Hot 5, plus a Summer of Melas Red Button!
BBC Asian Network
As the US presidential campaign heats up, we review the documentary 2016: Obama's America.
Presented by Sean Rafferty. Including author Philip Pullman and conductor David Robertson.
Marie-Louise Muir covers film, television, music, books and the visual arts.
BBC Radio Ulster
Actress Hermione Norris, Anna Karenina reviewed, Henning Mankell and Northumberlandia.
The xx grant Huw Stephens exclusive access during the making of their second album.
BBC Radio 1 N. Ireland
BBC Radio 1 Scotland
BBC Radio 1 Wales
The best in music and entertainment in Mirpuri with Zarina Khan.
BBC Radio 1
Richard Hawley presents a celebration of The Shadows.
BBC Radio 2
1/4 Richard Witts on the origins of Music Appreciation, and the work of pioneer Percy Scholes. (R)
Kevin Le Gendre presents new rock-improv quartet Collider in session.
Chris Ledgard explores the ways people have read to each other at home down the centuries.
Celebrating poetry worldwide with a poem from Lesotho read by Teboho Mohapi.
Tuesday 4 September 2012