1 Tony Harrison's Prague Spring2018-07-08 18:30:00
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2 Binary and Beyond: part two2018-07-01 18:30:00
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3 Binary and Beyond Part 12018-06-24 18:00:00
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4 The Summer Forest2018-06-15 17:44:00
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5 Sunday Feature: Langston Hughes at the Third2018-06-10 18:30:00
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6 Sunday Feature: Under the Water2018-06-03 17:45:00
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7 Sunday Feature: The Other Iran2018-05-13 17:45:00
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8 Japan's Never Ending War2018-05-11 15:51:00
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9 Oh Dr Kinsey Look What You've Done to Me2018-05-06 18:30:00
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10 Japan's Never-Ending War2018-04-29 18:30:00
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11 Sunday Feature: Supernatural Japan2018-04-22 18:30:00
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12 Exit Burbage - The Man Who Created Hamlet2018-04-16 11:16:00
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13 Too Many Artists2018-04-08 18:30:00
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14 Sunday Feature: A Symphony of Psalms2018-04-01 17:45:00
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15 Sunday Feature - Blind, Black and Blue2018-03-19 14:21:00
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Sunday Feature - Blind, Black and Blue

There were many real blind, black bluesman, scraping a living in the Deep South a hundred years ago. From Blind Willie Johnson and Blind Lemon Jefferson on opposite street corners in Dallas to Blind Blake and Blind Boy Fuller in Georgia and the Carolinas, the early 20th century saw blind bluesmen playing everything from the lewd, raw blues of the juke joint to the God-fearing spirituals beloved of the new wave of Southern churches and with a musical legacy that's lasted through the decades. How did this group of blind musicians, faced with all the disadvantages of race, segregation, disability and poverty, manage to achieve celebrity in their own day and leave such a lasting mark on the history of American music? Gary O'Donoghue, who is blind himself, explores the elements of race and culture that made this phenomenon possible. Presenter, Gary O'Donoghue Producer, Lee Kumutat Sound Engineer, Peter Bosher Every member of the production team who made this programme is blind. Editor, Andrew Smith…read more

16 Sunday Feature - Concerto: The One and the Many2018-03-15 16:39:00
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17 Sunday Feature - A Portrait of Val Wilmer2018-03-04 18:45:00
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18 Literary Pursuits - Jekyll and Hyde2018-02-26 11:26:00
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19 Sunday Feature: Patrick Kavanagh - the Inexhaustible Adventure of a Gravelled Yard2018-02-18 19:35:00
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20 The Radio 3 Documentary: Radio Controlled2018-02-12 11:54:00
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