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The live BBC Three show is to celebrate all things Doctor Who with Matt Smith and fans around the world, as One Direction gate-crash celebrations.
A group of the world’s leading international broadcasters say that the dangers facing their journalists are such that it is difficult to provide accurate reporting from some parts of the world.
The BBC Children in Need spectacular live Appeal Night Show 2013 has been a night of entertainment, generosity and giving so far! There is just over two hours left of the charity’s biggest night of the year for the nation to dig deep and become fundraising heroes for BBC Children in Need.
Steve Jones is to present brand-new BBC Three six-part series Hair, a gripping competition that will showcase young British amateur skills in hair styling.
£4,187,522 has been raised by generous BBC Radio 2 listeners to help change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.
BBC Radio 3 this morning presents two singles for BBC Children in Need, in a girls v boys ‘Musical Battle’ inspired by songs by Little Mix and One Direction.
Paddy Hill of the Birmingham Six and the family of Maxine Hambleton who was killed in one of the Birmingham pub bombings in 1974 have come face to face for the first time in an emotionally charged meeting for a BBC West Midlands documentary entitled ‘Who Murdered Maxine?’ (Monday 18 November, BBC One (West Mids) at 7.30pm).
Two hours in and the Great British public has been digging deep for Pudsey having already raised an incredible £6,942,321 to help change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK.
Simon Brett’s long-running comedy of female sibling rivalry reaches series 13. Anna (Rosemary Leach) – the sensible one – will surely continue to act as support for and mediator between not-terribly-successful actress Charlotte (Felicity Montagu) and snooty Beckenham housewife Victoria (Angela Thorne).
To kick off Radio 4 Extra’s celebration of The Good Life on Desert Island Discs, there’s a chance to hear Paul Eddington’s musical selection from 1981.
Tom Service explores the ideas behind the theatre that Wagner built in Bayreuth for the ideal performance of his great music dramas, especially The Ring of the Nibelungs.
For this final programme of The People’s Songs, listeners were asked to choose the song which forms the heart of the show. Suggestions ranged from anarcho-punk to disability rights, from brass bands to backpacking and gap years, prison culture to the British love of beer.
Robert (Martin Freeman) has a problem. He’s just come back from Thailand and 'it hurts'. He’s in love with his girlfriend (still in Thailand), the bus conductor and his friend Oliver, the aromatherapist. In fact, he’s in love with everyone. And he just can’t cope. He wants to stop caring. He thinks it’s existential. But then some radical surgery is proposed...
Rounding off a trio of programmes from 6 Music celebrating the opening of the new Tate Britain Gallery, including Lauren Laverne’s show on Thursday and Tom Ravenscroft’s show on Friday, Jarvis explores the effects of the art world upon that of music and musicians.
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