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Week 48 highlights
Uninterrupted commentary on the semi-finals and the final of the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals, live from the O2 Arena in London.
This week Sir Terry catches up with the Welsh comedian, actor, impressionist and author Rob Brydon.
Bob Harris presents the penultimate episode in this series celebrating the 40th anniversary of the classic TV show.
Jo Whiley introduces a headline performance from Will Young, recorded in the BBC Radio Theatre early this week.
BBC Radio 1Xtra Live ends its massive tour in London.
A service for Advent with carols, live from the Chapel of St John's College, Cambridge.
Esteemed author Iain Banks aka Iain M Banks (in his sci-fi guise), the man behind novels Complicity and Wasp Factory, to name but a few, takes over the 6 Music airwaves to share his passion for music and writing, in the last of the series of Paperback Writers.
BBC Radio 1Xta Live stops off at the Bristol Academy.
Today, the Jeremy Vine Show is broadcast live from Mumbai - the commercial and entertainment capital of India that's packed with stories as well as a multitude of connections to the UK.
A dramatised account by Matthew Solon of England’s failed bid to host the Fifa World Cup.
Mark Gatiss returns as The Man In Black introducing a new series of horrifying tales. He might be found in a luggage carousel in an airport, behind the desk at an employment agency or in the corridor of a care home. Wherever he is, he's eager to pass on his stories – stories to unsettle, horrify and haunt.
Playwright Kwame Kwei-Armah curates new radio productions of three 20th Century plays for Radio 3's Drama on 3. The first play in this series is August Wilson's The Piano Lesson.
Uninterrupted commentary on the third practice and qualifying sessions for the Brazilian Grand Prix.
The UK’s biggest free R&B and hip-hop event is back for a fourth consecutive year, this time bigger and better than ever before, visiting four cities over four nights with four massive line-ups.
The second night of the Radio 1Xtra Live tour heads to the Birmingham Academy for more great live music.
Jez Nelson presents multi-instrumentalist Henry Threadgill with his group Zooid at the London Jazz Festival.
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