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Week 14 highlights
American singer-songwriter Lissie performs live in the Radio 2 Piano Room with music from her new album, When I'm Alone: The Piano Retrospective.
Matt is 25. He has cerebral palsy and can only speak via an app on his iPad. Everyone who cares about Matt knows that this isn't the defining thing about him.
Women once made up 80 percent of the computer industry. They are now less than 20 percent. Mary Ann Sieghart explores the hidden and disturbing consequences of not having women at the heart of the tech.
In 2017 when #MeToo spread around the world, thousands of women followed in France, using the hashtag #balancetonporc (expose your harasser). Some criticised the aggressive wording of the hashtag itself, others didn’t agree with the call to name perpetrators.
Episode six: The Viking Notes.
Mathew Baynton, Andrew Buchan and Toby Jones star in a new production of the play that made Tom Stoppard's reputation overnight in 1967. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Hamlet's ill-fated attendant lords, condemned to an existence in the wings, with no control over their own destinies.
Almost 30 years ago the format of Coronation Street, Britain’s longest running TV soap, was uprooted from Manchester and relocated to Munich. This replica went on to become Germany's most popular soap, LindenStrasse.
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