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Week 13 highlights
In the week when the UK expects to leave the EU, 5 Live tells the Brexit story from all corners of the UK.
With a cool head and some much-needed historical perspective, Professor Thomas Dixon (pictured) opens the BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking Festival 2019, which this year explores our emotions and how their place in public life has been transformed in recent years.
Drawing on rare archive recordings, the return of Clarke Peters' series explores the hidden history of black music across Europe, from the late 1920s through the war years and beyond.
Dermot O’Leary is joined in the studio by Emma Bunton and her partner of 20 years Jade Jones, as they perform a duet for the very first time live on air from her new album My Happy Place.
In February 1964 an unexpected encounter between 20th century legends sparked a new template for global celebrity.
This is the story of the most powerful man you’ve never heard of.
An evening of music and reflection to mark Good Friday.
Ken Bruce hosts a biography of Bowie, drawn entirely from BBC archive interviews & sessions.
Our Brexitcast presenters will be poised and ready to sound the 'emergency podcast klaxon' as many times as necessary to bring listeners analysis from Westminster and Brussels.
BBC Radio 5 Live’s latest true crime podcast continues. Paradise tells the story of a dream round the world trip which turned into a nightmare when a young couple from Manchester were murdered in Central America in 1978.
Series two kicked off last week with two new episodes on BBC Sounds, and from this week a new one will drop every Wednesday.
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