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Start the Week

Tom Sutcliffe talks to John Gray and Mary Beard

Duration: 43 minutes

on BBC Radio 4 LW

Available for over a year

Tom Sutcliffe discusses the 'myth' of progress with James Lasdun, Mary Beard, Mark Ravenhill and John Gray. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Tom Sutcliffe
Interviewed Guest:
Mary Beard
Interviewed Guest:
Mark Ravenhill
Interviewed Guest:
John Gray

The Rita Rudner Show

Episode 1: Are We There Yet?

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Radio 4 LW

4 Extra Debut. US comic Rita Rudner returns to the UK to try and re-establish herself, with chaotic results! With Martin Bergman. From April 2013. Show more

Drama

Two Pipe Problems

Episode 1: Here Doggie

Duration: 45 minutes

on BBC Radio 4 LW

William and Sandy track down a missing dog and a philandering variety artiste, and the owner of a very famous voice. Starring Stanley Baxter and Richard Briers. Show more

Contributors

William Parnes:
Richard Briers
Norman:
Sam Dale
Postie:
Sam Dale
Post Office Clerk:
Sam Dale
Nellie:
Anne Reid

Genres

Start the Week

Tom Sutcliffe talks to John Gray and Mary Beard

Duration: 43 minutes

on BBC Radio 4 LW

Available for over a year

Tom Sutcliffe discusses the 'myth' of progress with James Lasdun, Mary Beard, Mark Ravenhill and John Gray. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Tom Sutcliffe
Interviewed Guest:
Mary Beard
Interviewed Guest:
Mark Ravenhill
Interviewed Guest:
John Gray

Book of the Week

Simon Morrison - The Love and Wars of Lina Prokofiev

Episode 1: Music and Romance

Duration: 15 minutes

on BBC Radio 4 LW

4 Extra Debut. Simon Morrison's moving biography of the remarkable woman who married Russian composer Serge Prokofiev. Read by Sian Thomas. From April 2013. Show more

BBC Radio 4 LW

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