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A century after the first jazz recordings, how has jazz been received in the UK?
1/5 Bernie Krause shows why it is critical to preserve our remaining natural soundscapes.
Michael Rosen on the language we use to talk about animals - and the names we give dogs.
Tom Sutcliffe discusses play with Steven Johnson, Stella Duffy, Tim Harford and Ed Smith.
The film Hidden Figures reviewed, and Dirty Dancing writer Eleanor Bergstein 30 years on.
3/5 NI peace negotiator Tony Macaulay revisits his paper round route with Bob Kingdom.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Antonia Quirke meets Annette Bening.
Melvyn Bragg on 750 episodes of In Our Time and Hugh Sykes discusses scrutinised language.
Stephen Fry links Oh! and Bang! The sounds made by people and things.
Roger McGough takes a poetic stroll through the streets of the city.