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Claudia’s journey concludes in the Philippines, where 10 percent of the population work overseas.
The literary comedy returns for a new six-part series. When Henry decides to work from home, his wife - the novelist and gardener Vera Sackcloth-Vest - is forced to rearrange her secret liaison with Venus Traduces to prevent Henry discovering her betrayal.
Penny Gore presents Prima Donna by singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright, who first developed an interest in opera as a teenager.
Mark Radcliffe presents the show solo today with the writer Tony Parsons as his guest.
BBC Radio 4 Extra is repeating the ground-breaking series Frankly Speaking. When the concept was launched on the BBC Home Service in 1952 it was completely novel to have multiple interviewers asking questions of a single guest, unrehearsed and unscripted.
Today, the day of the final, two shows will be simulcast with Radio 2. BBC One Eurovision host Graham Norton’s morning programme will air on both networks between 10am and 1pm, bringing the nation all the buzz and build-up to the evening’s main event live from this year’s host city, Vienna.
Johnnie Walker talks in depth to musician Mark Knopfler about his hugely successful solo career; his work as a member of the bands Dire Straits and The Notting Hillbillies; his collaborations with the likes of Bob Dylan, James Taylor, Chet Atkins and Emmylou Harris; and his work as a film soundtrack composer.
Ken Bruce presents Radio 2's coverage of the final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015.
Marking the 70th anniversary of its publication, BBC Radio 4 Extra features the 2003 four-part adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s classic work.
A new series of Shared Experience begins with a listener who got in touch after hearing the programme where four mothers talked about the pain of leaving their children.
In the week of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest, BBC Radio 4 Extra Desert Island Discs features a luminary from the world of ‘nul points’: Graham Norton.
Today Paddy’s post-contest programming, with all the Euro-tastic aftermath gossip following the main event with his show from 10am.
Belle And Sebastian's Stuart Murdoch joins Mary Anne this morning for a special in-depth interview.
To complement Radio 4’s recent contemporary take on Samuel Johnson’s classic tale Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia, comedian Sue Perkins explores the author’s house - where the play was recorded.
We focus on the man who has been FIFA President for 17 years, as he looks to be re-elected head of the World football organisation for a fifth time.
Part of Radio 3’s week-long residency at the Hay Festival, with programmes CD Review, Lunchtime Concert, In Tune, Free Thinking, The Verb, The Essay and World On 3 all broadcasting from the festival.
BBC Radio 1 broadcasts live from Earlham Park, Norwich, on the second day of Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2015. The station’s annual live music event and Europe’s largest free ticketed festival will see some of the biggest UK and international acts entertain the crowd for a weekend of incredible live music.
Chris Evans presents a special live broadcast of the Breakfast Show for the 2015 final of 500 Words. Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall will host Chris and the 500 Words finalists at St James’ Palace to celebrate the climax of the fifth year of the competition.
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