Twice a year, Whitby plays host to more than 4,000 Goths. Matt Baker investigates what it is about the landscape of the North Yorkshire moors and coastline that make it so appealing to those interested in gothic romanticism.
Producer Bethan Bell Repeated on Thursday at 1.30pm
Reggae music might never have flourished without the influence of a Catholic nun in Jamaica. BBC correspondent and reggae fanatic Jonathan Charles tells the story of Sister Mary Ignatius Davies , who ran the music programme at the Alpha Cottage
School for wayward boys in Kingston, Jamaica. Producer David Prest
Lively dispatches from the BBC foreign correspondents. Presented by Kate Adie. Producer Tony Grant
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Topical discussion from the University of Essex in Colchester, where the panel includes the Liberal Democrat leadership contender Nick Clegg and the columnist
Amanda Platell. Chaired by Edward Stourton. Repeated from yesterday
Edward Stourton takes listeners' calls and emails in response to Any Questions? Producer Lisa Jenkinson
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Adam agrees to appear on Alan Park's TV discussion programme, mainly because it gives him an excuse to visit his daughter, Rachel, who's now studying at his old college.
Mike manages to lure Adam to Hollywood, against the latter's better judgement.
Repeated on Friday at 9pm
3/3 Oliver! Paul Gambaccini traces the journey to film of one of the most successful
British stage musicals of the 1960s. With contributions from the film's star actors Ron Moody, Shani Wallis and Mark Lester , and from the musical's creator, Lionel Bart. Repeated from Tuesday
Jane Garvey presents highlights of the weekday programmes.
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BBC security correspondent
Frank Gardner discovers a collection of First World War propaganda recordings and considers their impact on the ordinary civilians and soldiers caught up in "total war". Producer Christina Captieux
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2/6. 1911. After an affluent childhood in imperial Moscow, Yuri Zhivago has qualified as a doctor and is engaged to Tonya. But revelations and change await him in the person of one girl: Lara. Boris Pasternak's classic novel is dramatised by Jonathan Myerson.
Other parts played by Skye Bennett , Ben Crowe , Alex Lanipekun , Peter Marinker , Ben Onwukwe , Lloyd Thomas and Simon Treves Repeated from Sunday
9/9. Michael Buerk chairs a debate in which Melanie Phillips , Clifford Longley , Alex Callinicos and Claire Fox cross-examine expert witnesses on the moral issues behind the week's news. Repeated from Wednesday
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