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Great Lives: 4/9

Influential political theorist Hannah Arendt (1906-75) is nominated for great-life status by London mayoral adviser on arts and culture Munira Mirza.
Rptd on New Year's Day at 11pm
BBC Radio 4 FM

Home Planet: 6/8

Listeners' questions about the natural world.
For further details see Tuesday 22 December
(FM only)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Call You and Yours

Phone-in presented by Julian Worricker.
Phone: [number removed] (Lines open from 10am)
Email: [web address removed]
(FM only)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Woman's Hour

Presented by Jane Garvey.

10.45 My Mad Grandad: 2/5
The Woman's Hour drama.
For details see drama repeat at 7.45pm
(FM only)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Defining the Decade: 3/3: Mission Accomplished

America began this last decade as one of the most Powerful nations there has ever been and ended it with its reputation in shreds and its dominance challenged by the rise of China. Edward Stourton concludes his look at the first ten years of this millennium.
Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
(FM only)
BBC Radio 4 FM

Dragons' Lab

Trevor Cox lifts the lid on the funding game as he spends a week with researchers out to win a share of public money.
BBC Radio 4 FM

The Things We Forgot to Remember: 4/4: The Glorious Revolution of 1688

Michael Portillo revisits the events that put William of Orange on the British throne in a different light - as a foreign "invasion" of England.
BBC Radio 4 FM

Front Row

Mark Lawson talks to Selina Hastings, John Carey and Martin Stannard about the art of literary biography.
BBC Radio 4 FM

You and Yours

Peter White assesses whether or not the 2012 Olympics is on schedule.
(FM only)

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