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My Teenage Diary returns for another series of fascinating, funny, in-depth and intimate interviews hosted by Rufus Hound.
Stand-up Ellie Taylor shares her controversial opinions on parenting, monogamy, masculinity and the environment.
Roddy Hart is joined by My Darling Clementine and Isobel Campbell.
A special edition of our Brexitcast podcast to mark one day before we leave the European Union.
Harriett Gilbert interviews acclaimed French author Leila Slimani about her latest book, Lullaby.
Front Row investigates and celebrates the art world's biggest risk takers.
The BBC Philharmonic celebrates the music of Hollywood great Elmer Bernstein.
The Able Orchestra is marking its Manchester debut with a very special early evening concert.
Join Jay Rayner for the answers to your culinary questions.
Russell Davies hosts the 67th season of the longest-running general knowledge quiz of them all.
The BBC Symphony Orchestra celebrate International Women's Day.
Maxime Pascal makes his debut with the Ulster Orchestra.
A concert of fascinating contrasting works recorded for BBC Radio 3.
Sofi Jeannin conducts the world premiere of David Sawer's How Among the Frozen Words.
Real-life police officer and stand up comedian Alfie Moore returns to BBC Radio 4.
Ken Cheng gives a comedic insight into British Asian culture.
Alessandro Fisher performs live with the BBC Philharmonic on BBC Radio 3.
Explore the history of the Irish in Birmingham in an intimate preview screening.
Ludovic Morlot conducts Beethoven and Mozart performed by the BBC Philharmonic.
BBC Scotland brings you the best from Celtic Connections 2020.
The BBC Singers perform works by Bernard Hughes and some of his chosen favourites.
Can Mobeen escape his past? Join us at the Premiere of series three to find out.
A live recording of new radio drama, Elizabeth and Essex, with a classic score by Hollywood composer Erich Wolfgang Korngold.
Join BBC Three as we welcome back Kerry and Kurtan.
Jay Rayner and his panel of experts dive into the world of food in the movies.
Sofi Jeannin conducts a concert of German romantic choral music.
Henry Normal returns to talk about the biggest subjects in the Universe.
Join BBC Radio 4 for a new drama by the irrepressible Neil Brand.
Hold on to your hairnets, Mrs Brown and the family are back!
Join us for Series 101 of The News Quiz as we start the new year with a whole new lot of news!