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International Cricket

BBC Radio 4 LW

Sri Lanka v England .
Commentary on the third one-day game at
Dambulla by Simon Mann , Alison Mitchell and Roshan Abeysinghe , with expert comment from Dougie Brown and Russel Arnold.
Producer Caroline Short *approximate time

Contributors

Unknown:
Simon Mann
Unknown:
Alison Mitchell
Unknown:
Roshan Abeysinghe
Unknown:
Dougie Brown
Unknown:
Russel Arnold.
Producer:
Caroline Short

Professor Tim Lang , professor of food policy and long-term campaigner for the improvement of food standards, talks to Simon Parkes about what food means to him. Producer Rebecca Moore Repeated tomorrow at 4pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Professor Tim Lang
Unknown:
Simon Parkes
Producer:
Rebecca Moore

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Leslie Charterls:a Saintly Centennial

BBC Radio 4 FM

A Saintly Centennial: Roger Moore, who starred in the original TV series, celebrates the centenary of the birth of popular fiction writer Leslie Charteris, creator of The Saint.

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Classic Serial: Mrs Lirriper

BBC Radio 4 FM

Classic Serial

Mrs Lirriper

Episode 1: How Mrs Lirriper Carried On The Business

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Radio 4 FM

Mrs Lirriper: Ellen Dryden's dramatisation of Charles Dickens' neglected classic. 1/3. How Mrs Lirriper 'Carried on the Business'. Mrs Lirriper has a strange collection of lodgers.

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Thinking Allowed

BBC Radio 4 FM

Thinking Allowed

Planet of Slums Follow Up - Popular Comedy

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Radio 4 FM

Available for over a year

Laurie Taylor re-visits the topic of new urban mega slums encountered in last week’s discussion with Professor Patrick Wakely. Show more

BBC Radio 4 FM

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