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Week 25 highlights
Soul icon Bettye LaVette shares her 70s memories.
Andi Oliver, Alex James and Matt Tebbutt join Sheila Dillon for the BBC Food And Farming Awards 2018.
England kick off their World Cup campaign today and BBC TV, radio and online is the only place to see and hear all of the action.
The first of six dramatisations of Maya Angelou's autobiographies, starting with her iconic debut charting her life as a child. Dramatised by Patricia Cumper.
In a series tracing decisive moments in the life of our National Health Service, medical historian Sally Sheard begins by going back to the 1930s to reveal what life was like before the National Health Service began.
BBC Radio 4 Extra continues its run of castaway critics with Sunday Times columnist AA Gill.
This evening Marc is joined by The Damned, who are in session from Salford.
Ana Matronic goes on a journey through her early experiences of dance music for the first Dance Devotion show, encompassing all forms of dance music.
Kim Chakanetsa talks to two women who have turned showcasing their lives on social media into a money-making business. But at what cost? We talk #instahusbands, and whether it's possible to be genuine on a platform dominated by filters and photoshop.
Today Adil Ray sits in for Jason Mohammed and joins Kate Bottley to look ahead to Refugee Week, plus they meet author Vicky Beeching and the hugely popular and raucous folk worship band, Rend Collective.
As part of Into The Forest on BBC Radio 3, Breakfast broadcasts live from five different forests around the UK.
Live commentary of Tunisia v England in their Group G match at the Volgograd Arena.
Dame Joan Collins gives a candid, wonderfully witty account of her seven-decade career in show business, illustrated by a treasure trove of archive clips and music.
As part of Into The Forest on BBC Radio 3, Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough explores what it is about a forest which captures our imagination. To find out, Eleanor takes a walk through the forest each day this week, with writers and artists who find themselves moved by the sounds, textures and smells of this landscape.
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