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1/3 The lively events in the parish of Over Stowey, from the 1799 diary of a Somerset parson.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
2/3 Parson William Holland battles with the Somerset farmers and sees the harvest in.
Louise Welsh investigates tales of murder and the Scottish kings, starting with James I.
BBC Radio Scotland
3/5 Graham Ingham traces the attempts in 1791 and 1816 to establish a central bank.
BBC Radio 4
18/30 Michael Morpurgo reveals children's working lives during the Industrial Revolution.
Stuart looks at the very medium which brought music to the ears of the British public.
BBC Radio 2
8/20 Professor James Montgomery discusses the life and work of Arab philosopher Al-Kindi.
BBC Radio 3
One year on in Delhi, are things any better for women who have chosen to report rape?
BBC World Service Online
Thursday 5 December 2013