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Act of Worship

BBC Radio 4 LW

Book of the Week: The Lodger: Shakespeare on Silver Street

BBC Radio 4 FM

Act of Worship

BBC Radio 4 FM

Book of the Week

The Lodger: Shakespeare on Silver Street

Episode 5

Duration: 15 minutes

on BBC Radio 4 FM

The Lodger: Shakespeare on Silver Street. Charles Nicholl's account of a little-known episode of the bard's life. 5/5: Shakespeare collaborated with victualler George Wilkins.

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Ramblings

Series 9

Episode 2: Northumbria - Northumbrian Coast

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Radio 4 FM

Available for over a year

Clare Balding walks Northumbria's coast with Jonathan Manning. As editor of a walking magazine, Jonathan is evangelical about encouraging people to see our countryside on foot. Show more

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Blake's Doors of Perception

BBC Radio 4 FM

Afternoon Reading

Blake's Doors of Perception

Episode 5: May Malone

Duration: 15 minutes

on BBC Radio 4 FM

There are stories that May keeps a monster in her house. Young Norman Trench becomes fascinated, but this gives way to fear as she invites him in to see her monster. Show more

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The Film Programme

BBC Radio 4 FM

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Radio 4 FM

Available for over a year

Francine Stock talks to Andrew Dominik, director of Chopper. His new highly acclaimed horse opera, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, stars Brad Pitt. Show more

Regional Variations (2)

Book of the Week:The Lodger: Shakespeare on Silver Street

BBC Radio 4 FM

Book of the Week

The Lodger: Shakespeare on Silver Street

Episode 5

Duration: 15 minutes

on BBC Radio 4 FM

The Lodger: Shakespeare on Silver Street. Charles Nicholl's account of a little-known episode of the bard's life. 5/5: Shakespeare collaborated with victualler George Wilkins.

BBC Radio 4 FM

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