1 Sunday Feature: Writing Across Distance2020-05-24 17:45:00
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2 Sunday Feature: Electronic India2020-05-17 17:45:00
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3 Tales from the Caspian Sea (2/2)2020-05-10 18:00:00
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4 Tales from the Caspian Sea (1/2)2020-05-03 17:45:00
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5 The Crankiness of C.W.Daniel2020-04-26 18:45:00
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6 Sunday Feature: The Ruhleben Legacy (rpt, 7digital)2020-04-12 22:04:00
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7 Wordsworth - Poet of the People2020-04-05 18:00:00
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8 The Queen Of Technicolor2020-03-13 13:00:00
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9 The East Speaks Back2020-03-12 12:42:00
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10 Sunday Feature: In search of Arabic Classical Music2020-02-16 20:00:00
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11 Sunday Feature: The Emergency – Creative freedom in wartime Dublin (origination, New Normal Productions)2020-01-19 22:15:00
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12 Glitter and Villainy2019-12-29 19:15:00
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13 Rewiring Raymond Scott2019-12-22 12:27:00
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14 A Racist Music2019-11-24 18:45:00
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15 Poles Apart2019-11-15 12:29:00
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16 The Hidden Reservoir2019-11-15 10:38:00
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17 Power Plays2019-11-03 19:30:00
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Power Plays

As East Germany crumbled in 1989, actors were centre stage. Andrew Dickson discovers how had theatre had survived under communist rule, with its censors and secret police spies. Focusing in particular on the playwright Heiner Mueller he explores the brilliant creativity and unique relationship with audiences that made theatre so important. But there were compromises and setbacks too. And after the end of communism actors and writers struggled for relevance - though Mueller's work on global themes is enjoying a revival today. Presenter: Andrew Dickson Producer: Chris Bowlby Editor: Penny Murphy…read more

18 The Way I See It: John Waters on Lee Lozano's Untitled 19632019-10-29 07:00:00
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19 Al Andalus - The Legacy2019-10-24 16:03:00
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20 Plot 5779: Unearthing Elizabeth Siddall2019-10-16 09:55:00
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