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Broken back and no kidney - but still an #Olympic Gymnast. Fond memories of 1948 Games on #pm on @radio4
Radio 4 Comedy - The News
Who didn't check their copy then.. "and wrote the BBC radio comedy, BBC news"
Taste of the East - Derek Cooper
Radio 4 'The Food Programme' presenter Derek Cooper visits Singapore
Guy Garvey on plagiarism
Today presenter James Naughtie on THAT Culture Minister slip...
Myself and Rebecca Attfield got a couple of minutes to ourselves with the legend that is BBC Radio 4 Today programme presenter James...
Diana Speed in the Con
A minute in the Radio 4 continuity studio in the run-up to the 8 pm news. Diana's listening to trails and talking to Charlotte Green who's going to read the news from TV Centre.
Bomber Command veteran Joe Williams on his tribute at Beachy Head - The World This Weekend, BBC Radio 4
Shaun Ley speaks to Joe Williams, CEO of Bomber Command Tribute Beachy Head Committee
Conservative MP Graham Stuart "sceptical" about Michael Gove's plan to scrap GCSEs - The World at One, BBC Radio 4
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7 Up's Tony: "The greatest days of my life"
For Tony Walker the East End hero of ground-breaking TV documentary series 7 Up, becoming a jockey was his dream. On the eve of the...
What is the attitude of big City institutions to high pay in banks? James Robbins speaks to George Dallas of F&C Investments
The World This Weekend, BBC Radio 4
The Noise Abatement Society says noise pollution can be tackled by adding to the soundscape, rather than just cutting volume or blocking...
Syrian Embassy Protest
R4 Midnight Bulletin report on a protest outside the Syrian embassy in London on Saturday, February 4, 2012.
GOODBYE GERTI: Benedict Cumberbatch is 'one of our greats'
Stephanie Cole tells Young Perspective that Benedict Cumberbatch is "one of our greats" as part of an exclusive interview with Young...
Dinosaurs in Space!
Peter Serafinowicz, Susy Kane and Helen Keen debate the merits of a dinosaur space programme, in this preview clip from the final episode...
Aleppo mass killing - on the ground testimony
Shocking testimony from Telegraph foreign correspondent, Ruth Sherlock, who is on the ground in
Investment in Africa - Charlotte Ashton in Egypt
Barry Cryer and the nurse
Rob Brydon gets a surprise and Barry Cryer gets a diagnosis in this clip from I'm Sorry I Haven't a Club (S57, Ep3)
Punk poet John Cooper Clarke: ‘Things can only get worse’
The performance poet who rose to fame in the 1970s alongside the punk movement joins Clive Anderson on Loose Ends to gaze into the future...
Fear and Failure Swywths
Is Wales wet enough to provide water for England?
It has been suggested that Wales, which has an abundance of water, could trade with drought hit parts of England. Welsh Water explain how...
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