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BBC Radio 4 4h
Everyone, listen to the Beast: Bells on Sunday is a fabulous sonic journey around the churches of Britain...
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BBC Radio 4 5h
"Do you have any more ideas?" "What can I get away with?" Rita, Sue and Andrea Too - A tragi-comic drama based on accounts of the life and career of Andrea Dunbar:
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BBC Radio 4 6h
"The Moon, inconstant in appearance but constant in presence, is often seen but rarely looked for." Oliver Morton's () portrait of our nearest neighbour, ranging across art, myth and science:
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BBC Radio 4 6h
"A man with a mouthguard in a balaclava dribbles into a bag of shopping." "Naked paint-dripping band members anointing the audience with wet clay." "A film showing bright pink bottoms sitting on Victoria sponge cakes." New Weird Britain:
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BBC Radio 4 6h
"Shall we start with a happy ending? I made it. I rose." Lowborn - 's extraordinary memoir explores what it really means to be poor in Britain today:
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BBC Radio 4 6h
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Radio 3's splendid Words and Music is a special - Milton, Shakespeare, Pope, The Dubliners, Bach, Radiohead (and James Joyce himself, natch)
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BBC Radio 4 6h
This week’s is on behalf of Vision Care for Homeless People, , which brings its eye care services to homeless and other vulnerable people. The appeal is made by poet . Find more information, and donate, here:
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BBC Radio 4 7h
When married women were asked if they are happy – if their husbands were out of the room – they admitted to being miserable. But how accurate were the results? More or Less - Are married women flipping miserable?
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BBC Radio 4 7h
He's behind you! No, really, you should probably check... Panto season turns deadly for actor turned amateur sleuth Charles Paris:
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BBC Radio 4 8h
"I said I don’t do bhangra either!" The musician on the assumptions made by record companies in the early days of his career. He talks to to share his
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BBC Radio 4 9h
"Walking with a sympathetic listener can be very helpful..." Some excellent writing tips from the wonderful
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BBC Radio 4 9h
It's ! Walk through James Joyce's Dublin with us.
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BBC Radio 4 9h
This is the fascinating story of how the women of one village use their hairstyles as a dating code.
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BBC Radio 4 10h
It's why we're all delighted by your current choice of cardigan. Schadenfreude: why you get a kick out of others' misfortunes:
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BBC Radio 4 11h
In A Trespasser's Guide to the Classics, the comedy troupe assume the roles of minor characters in great works of fiction – and derail the plot of the book through their hapless buffoonery. 📚
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BBC Radio 4 11h
Women are paid less than men and do more unpaid work. What's going on, and can we fix it? Mary Ann Sieghart () investigates.
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BBC Radio 4 12h
We know you have a choice of quiz shows hosted by David Attenborough about the famed animal impersonator Percy Edwards, but we hope you choose this quiz show hosted by David Attenborough about the famed animal impersonator Percy Edwards:
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BBC Radio 4 12h
What's pink and not there? British prawns (apparently)
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BBC Radio 4 12h
"Being able to crack open a couple of tins, pour them into a pan, and 15 minutes later you’ve got a fantastic dinner. We’d all like that once or twice a week wouldn’t we?” Jack Monroe (): Why we should cook more with tinned food
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BBC Radio 4 12h
"It's a moving dance between me and my tools." 's Folk Singer Of The Year Karine Polwart () meets visual artist and leatherworker :
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