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5/5 Travelling the world, yet it is the 'suburban sea' of childhood that draws the author home (R)
BBC Radio 4
Music publicist Tony King shares his 60s memories of the Stones, the Beatles and more.
BBC Radio 6 Music
Repeat from last Sunday: Pete Wilson meets Greg Smith
BBC Radio Gloucestershire
3/6 Olympic gold medallist Chris Boardman on how he was forced to retire from cycling. (R)
BBC Radio Wales
Richard Coles and JP Devlin meet actor Robin Ellis, better known as Poldark.
The 1988 Burma uprising; the Nagasaki bomb; and a US model breaks the colour barrier.
BBC World Service Online
Charting the auteur film director's long career following his mysterious disappearance.
BBC Radio 4 FM
Chris Bowlby profiles the new governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney.
Is the US pursuing the most effective anti-terrorism strategy?
Interview with Eddy Shah, the man who founded the Today newspaper.
BBC Radio 5 live
What draws people to mountains and take risks scaling dangerous peaks?
Sunday 11 August 2013