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Steve Lamacq unveils the results of The Listeners' Archive project. (R)
BBC Radio 6 Music
Can massive amounts of processed data help us make better decisions?
BBC World Service Online
The former lead singer of The Sex Pistols answers your questions.
William Crawley and guests debate the week's religious and ethical news. Including News.
BBC Radio Foyle
BBC Radio Ulster
Brian Eno talks about his new album Lux
Blwyddyn wedi marwolaeth drasig Rheolwr Cymru Gary Speed, cyfle i edrych nôl. (R)
BBC Radio Cymru
William Crawley talks to Mitch Albom about The Time Keeper and his best-selling memoir.
2/6 Writer and broadcaster Phil Rickman looks at modern takes on fairy tales.
BBC Radio Wales
Join Clare English with authors Simon Tolkien and Des Dillon, plus Hardeep Singh Kohli. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
Janice Forsyth reviews new art heist comedy Gambit. (R)
Children's Book Special with Richard Curtis, Charlie Higson, Lauren Child and Amanda Craig
BBC Radio 4
1798 Rebellion in North Antrim, townland names and fishing with Maynard Hanna.
4/4 Ruth Padel and the Shalom House Poets in Belfast dish out tough love on their poems.
Sgwrs efo'r cyfarwyddwr a'r academydd John Hefin a fu farw yn gynharach yr wythnso yma. (R)
Thomas Wright examines books in California, auctioned off from Oscar Wilde's own library.
BBC Radio 3
2/6 Marvin Hamlisch recalls the creation of one of the world's top stage shows, A Chorus Line. (R)
BBC Radio 2
Toddla T heads out on a musical exploration of Los Angeles.
BBC Radio 1Xtra
Colin Firth on the secrets of comedy and why he never expected to play posh people.
What changes when taps come to town? Mike Williams travels to Ghana.
Davie Scott presents two episodes of his Classic Scottish Albums series.
Monday 26 November 2012