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Radio

June 16, 2014



Radio 3

90.2-92.4 MHz

6.30 Breakfast. The Best of British Music Playlist, listeners' requests for works by neglected composers, with Petroc Trelawny. 9.0 Essential Classics. Sarah Walker with the Essential CD: Weber: Overtures - Berliner Philharmoniker and Karajan, music by the Nash Ensemble, and guest Mark Damazer, Master of St Peter's College, Oxford.

12.0 Composer Of The Week: Christoph Willibald Gluck. Donald Macleod explores the life and work of Bohemian-German composer Gluck (1714-1787), beginning with music that established his revolutionary credentials. (R)

1.0 News

1.02 Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert. Live from Wigmore Hall, Alban Gerhardt plays Bach's Cello Suite No 4 in E flat and Kodaly's Sonata for Solo Cello.

2.0 Afternoon On 3. The BBC NOW plays Mathias's Piano Concerto No 2 with Llyr Williams, Bruch's Violin Concerto No 1 with Chloe Hanslip, and Artur Pizarro joins them for Oswald's Piano Concerto.

4.30 In Tune. Sean Rafferty and Suzy Klein present live from the outdoor piazza at Broadcasting House with performances by vocal group Blossom Street.

6.30 Composer Of The Week: Christoph Willibald Gluck. Donald Macleod explores the life and work of Bohemian-German composer Gluck (1714-1787), beginning with music that established his revolutionary credentials. (R)

7.30 Opera On 3. Schoenberg's rarely performed masterpiece Moses und Aron from Welsh National Opera. Lothar Koenigs conducts a cast led by John Tomlinson. Christopher Cook presents.

10.0 The Singing Detective. Matthew Sweet is joined by Kenith Trodd, Bill Paterson, Anne Karpf and Mark Gatiss to discuss Dennis Potter's landmark TV series, which starred Michael Gambon. (R)

10.45 The Essay: Unknown Cities. Five writers recall a favourite city off the beaten track. Novelist Nicholas Shakespeare shares his experiences of living in Hobart, Tasmania. (R)

11.0 Jazz On 3. Jez Nelson presents highlights from the Emulsion Festival, featuring music by curator Trish Clowes' Tangent, Dan Nicholls' Strobes, and Iain Ballamy and Thomas Stronen's Food.

12.30 Through The Night. Including music by Hindemith, Shostakovich, Beethoven, Dvorak, Wojciech Kilar, Szymanowski, Trad Hungarian, Spohr, Moniuszko, Schubert, Telemann, Sibelius, Wassanaer and Debussy. (R)

Radio 4

92.4-94.6 MHz; 198kHz

6.0 Today. With Evan Davis and John Humphrys. 9.0 Start The Week. The history of pain. 9.45 (LW) Daily Service. Led by the Rev Clair Jaquiss. 9.45 (FM) Book Of The Week: As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning. By Laurie Lee.

10.0 Woman's Hour. With Jane Garvey.

10.25 (LW) Test Match Special. England v Sri Lanka.

11.0 (FM) Pole To Pole. Examining whether Polish immigrants feel welcome in the UK.

11.30 (FM) Rudy's Rare Records. Rudy, Adam and Richie fantasise about becoming rich. (R)

12.0 (FM) News

12.04 (LW) Test Match Special. England v Sri Lanka.

12.04 (FM) You And Yours. Consumer affairs.

12.57 (FM) Weather

1.0 (FM) The World At One. With Martha Kearney.

1.45 (FM) Britain At Sea. Occasions when the Royal Navy was called to intervene overseas.

2.0 (FM) The Archers. PC Burns refuses to give up. (R)

2.15 (FM) Afternoon Drama: Dangerous Visions - The Bee Maker. By Anita Sullivan.

3.0 (FM) Round Britain Quiz. Hosted by Tom Sutcliffe.

3.30 (FM) The Food Programme (R)

4.0 (FM) Marginalia. The significance of readers' annotations in books.

4.30 (FM) Beyond Belief. Faith in the modern world.

5.0 (FM) PM. With Eddie Mair.

5.57 (LW) Test Match Special. England v Sri Lanka.

5.57 (FM) Weather

6.0 (FM) Six O'Clock News

6.30 (FM) Just A Minute. With Paul Sinha, Patrick Kielty, Shappi Khorsandi and Gyles Brandreth.

7.0 The Archers. Ruth has a happy birthday.

7.15 Front Row. A review of the JK Rowling's new novel written under her pseudonym Robert Galbraith.

7.45 Modesty Blaise. By Peter O'Donnell.

8.0 Generation Right. Declan Harvey investigates a new right-wing political generation.

8.30 Analysis. A look at what constitutes acceptable behaviour in modern society.

9.0 Shared Planet. How nature has inspired factual and fictional writing. (R)

9.30 Start The Week (R)

9.59 Weather

10.0 The World Tonight. With Ritula Shah.

10.45 Book At Bedtime: The Temporary Gentleman. By Sebastian Barry, abridged by Neville Teller.

11.0 The Human Zoo. Michael Blastland studies the psychology of negotiation. Last in the series. (R)

11.30 Today In Parliament. With Susan Hulme.

12.0 News And Weather 12.30 Book Of The Week: As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning. By Laurie Lee. 12.48 Shipping Forecast 1.0 As BBC World Service 5.20 Shipping Forecast 5.30 News Briefing 5.43 Prayer For The Day. With the Rev Canon Noel Battye. 5.45 Farming Today. With Anna Hill. 5.58 Tweet Of The Day. Golden oriole. (R)

Radio 4 Extra

Digital only

6.0 Paul Temple And The Vandyke Affair 6.30 The First Private Eye 7.0 Fat Chance 7.30 Just A Minute 8.0 Listen To Les 8.30 The Navy Lark 9.0 North By Northamptonshire 9.30 Life: An Idiot's Guide 10.0 The Mystery Of Edwin Drood 11.0 Frozen Words 11.15 Loose Ends 12.0 Listen To Les 12.30 The Navy Lark 1.0 Paul Temple And The Vandyke Affair 1.30 The First Private Eye 2.0 Beggars Banquet 2.15 Churchill's Other Lives 2.30 The Crowded Street 2.45 Matisse The Master 3.0 The Mystery Of Edwin Drood 4.0 The 4 O'Clock Show 5.0 Like They've Never Been Gone 5.30 Fat Chance 6.0 North By Northamptonshire 6.30 A Good Read 7.0 Listen To Les 7.30 The Navy Lark 8.0 Paul Temple And The Vandyke Affair 8.30 The First Private Eye 9.0 Frozen Words 9.15 Loose Ends 10.0 Just A Minute 10.30 Life: An Idiot's Guide 11.0 The News Quiz Extra 11.45 Foley And McColl: The Interview 12.0 Beggars Banquet 12.15 Churchill's Other Lives 12.30 The Crowded Street 1.0 North By Northamptonshire 1.30 A Good Read 2.0 Paul Temple And The Vandyke Affair 2.30 The First Private Eye 3.0 The Mystery Of Edwin Drood 4.0 Frozen Words 4.15 Loose Ends 5.0 Like They've Never Been Gone 5.30 Fat Chance

World Service

Digital and 198 kHz after R4

8.30 Business Daily 8.50 Witness 9.0 News 9.06 HARDtalk 9.30 The Why Factor 9.50 More Or Less 10.0 World Update 11.0 News 11.06 Outside Source 12.0 News 12.06 Outlook 1.0 Newshour 2.0 Newshour 3.0 News 3.06 Business Daily 3.30 Heart And Soul 4.0 The Newsroom 4.30 Sport Today 5.0 The Newsroom 5.30 World Business Report 6.0 World Have Your Say 6.30 Today In Brazil 7.0 The Newsroom 7.30 Discovery 8.0 News 8.06 HARDtalk 8.30 World Business Report 8.50 From Our Own Correspondent 9.0 Newshour 10.0 News 10.06 Outlook 11.0 News 11.06 The Newsroom 11.30 World Business Report 12.0 News 12.06 The Newsroom 12.20 Sports News 12.30 Heart And Soul 1.0 News 1.06 Business Matters 2.0 The Newsroom 2.30 Discovery 3.0 News 3.06 Outlook 4.0 Newsday 4.30 The Documentary 5.0 Newsday



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Source: Guardian (UK)


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