Sarfraz Manzoor chooses his BBC Radio highlights.
Flying cars, singing monks and the true story behind one of the greatest Westerns ever made are just some of this week's highlights.
We look back on the day Paul Robeson sang to an audience in London, from New York thanks to the technology of the transatlantic telephone cable and we visit Bhutan to hear how technology is threatening the countries linguistic traditions.
There's Cerys Matthews singing Dylan Thomas and Ian Fleming complaining about New York waiters.
Join Sarfraz Manzoor on Pick of the Week, 6.15pm this Sunday evening.
- Sun 26 Oct 2014 18:15