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The week in radio: Desert Island Discs; The Surgery With Gemma and Dr Radha

theguardian.com — Desert Island Discs (Radio 4) | iPlayerThe Surgery With Gemma and Dr Radha (Radio 1) | iPlayer I wish there was a radio show that had Noel Gallagher on every week. Maybe he could be an agony uncle?

The week in radio - Annie Nightingale; In the Moment; Grownups Read Things They Wrote As Kids

theguardian.com — On Air with Annie Nightingale (Radio 2) | iPlayer In the Moment (Radio 4) | iPlayer Grown Ups Read Things They Wrote as Kids | Podcast Annie Nightingale is celebrating 50 years in the broadcasting business this week and I hope she's enjoying every minute.

The week in radio - Houndsounds; Self-Service Nation; The Infinite Monkey Cage USA Tour

theguardian.com — Houndsounds (Podcast) Self-Service Nation (Radio 4) | iPlayer The Infinite Monkey Cage USA Tour: New York (Radio 4) | iPlayer Well, this is remarkably sweet. A podcast about dogs. I wanted to write "for dogs, by dogs", but, you know, humans are the target audience and have also been recruited to hold the microphone.

The week in radio - Beats 1; Bunk Bed; Crisis in the Curry Kitchen

theguardian.com — Beats 1 (Apple) Bunk Bed (Radio 4) | iPlayer Crisis in the Curry Kitchen (Radio 4) | iPlayer Last week, the BBC made several announcements about itself, but let's ignore the whither Wimbledon palavers and keep to the ones that affect radio.

The week in radio - My Big Fat Documentary; Mrs Thatcher and the Writers; Minimal Impact: Jesus’ Blood and Fluffy Clouds; Falling Tree

theguardian.com — My Big Fat Documentary(Radio 4) | iPlayer Mrs Thatcher and the Writers (Radio 4) | iPlayer Minimal Impact: Jesus' Blood and Fluffy Clouds (Radio 4) | iPlayer Radio, particularly BBC radio, consistently puts out properly amazing documentaries. Real-life stories that move you to tears or change the way you think; introductions to remarkable people, revelations around histories you thought you knew.
Jun 21, 2015

If you can't find it online (took me long enough!) here is my radio review. Includes Mrs Thatcher and @ScotteeIsFat bit.ly/1H3kfDu

The week in radio - the Robert Peston Interview Show (with Eddie Mair); Weekly Economics Podcast; Apple’s Beats 1

theguardian.com — The Robert Peston Interview Show (with Eddie Mair) (Radio 4) | iPlayer Weekly Economics Podcast (New Economics Foundation) | Podcast Eddie Mair and Robert Peston are two of the BBC's greatest audio assets, and they have been exploiting their unlikely friendship on air for a while now: usually on PM, where Mair digs out Peston, and Peston complains back.
Jun 15, 2015

The week in radio – the Robert Peston Interview Show (with Eddie Mair); Weekly Economics Podcast; Apple’s Beats 1 gu.com/p/49yzn

The week in radio: Global News; Colin Murray; Natural Histories - Monkeys and Apes

theguardian.com — Global News (BBC World Service) | iPlayer Colin Murray and Friends (TalkSport) | Listen Natural Histories: Monkeys and Apes (Radio 4) | iPlayer Podcasts are taking over the planet, we hear. Well, some actually are. The BBC World Service issued its first podcasts in July 2007, offering six programmes, which gained 1.3m downloads in the first month.

Radio review -There’s Only One Sepp Blatter; Sarah Lucas at the Venice Biennale; Mystery Show

theguardian.com — There's Only One Sepp Blatter (5 Live) | iPlayer Sarah Lucas at the Venice Biennale (Radio 4) | iPlayer Mystery Show (Gimlet Media) | Podcast Timing isn't everything, but it can definitely help in journalism, and BBC 5 Live hacks must have broken into a Mexican wave when the FBI chose Wednesday to sort out international football.
May 31, 2015

Have a radio review, why doncha? Features Sepp Blatter and Sarah Lucas because that's how radio rolls theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2…

May 31, 2015

RT @msmirandasawyer: Have a radio review, why doncha? Features Sepp Blatter and Sarah Lucas because that's how radio rolls theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2…

The week in radio: Frankly Speaking; International Waters; 99% Invisible

theguardian.com — Frankly Speaking (BBC Radio 4 Extra) | iPlayer International Waters (Maximum Fun) | Podcast Episode 164: The Post Billiards Age (99% Invisible) | Podcast Some time in the mid- to late 1990s I went to Cuba on holiday (yes, lovely, thanks for asking).
May 24, 2015

Hello world have a radio review, featuring Brian Epstein, billiard balls and a filthy panel show theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2…

The week in radio: Lemn Sissay’s Homecoming; The Documentary: The Islamic State’s Social Media Machine; The Gruen Effect

theguardian.com — Lemn Sissay's Homecoming (R4) | iPlayer The Documentary: The Islamic State's Social Media Machine (BBC World Service) | iPlayer The Gruen Effect (99% Invisible) | 99percentinvisible.org Home: leaving it, coming back, what we do while we're away from it, how we carry it within us. All topics close to poet Lemn Sissay's heart.
May 10, 2015

RT @ObsNewReview: The week in radio: Lemn Sissay’s Homecoming is packed with all sort of emotion including joy, writes @msmirandasawyer gu.com/p/487pp/stw

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Jul 22, 2015

@issieingram go and smile at some sheep, that's a good thing to do

Jul 22, 2015

@TrafStudios Hello I have two tix for constellations TONIGHT, can't get there, can't get rid on Twitter, please give them to someone FREE

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