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'I was genuinely torn between the Liebestod from Tristan and Isolde,' he explained, 'or Su Pollard's Come to Me (I Am Woman).' Pollard won."More info and the podcast 4.
"Kirsty Lang meets Italian intellectual and novelist Umberto Eco, now nearly 80, at his home in Milan.
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Some people call it the No-Bell, Nobel prize because they feel so strongly that Jocelyn Bell-Burnell should have shared in the award." More info Podcast 3.
Desert Island Discs: Mark Gatiss "When Desert Island Discs excels, there's really nothing quite like it," said the Guardian.
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here are other ladies who walk with many dogs and have conversations which you have to circumnavigate. First met him in the Pillars of Hercules in Greek Street when he and I both wrote for Ian Hamilton's magazine, The New Review. Last Thursday at 12.52pm, a BBC Breaking News alert popped up in my email: "An official in Libya's ruling NTC says ex-leader Muammar Gaddafi was captured as his hometown Sirte fell, though the news is unconfirmed." A day later, it had been confirmed that Gaddafi was not only captured but had been shot in the head - and around a table in Broadcasting House were sat a team of Radio Documentaries Unit and World Service producers and editors, Radio 4's commissioning editor Mohit Bakaya and BBC reporter Owen Bennett-Jones.
ulian Barnes was sitting on a bench doing the cryptic crossword puzzle and we walked along together for a while. He peeled to the east, I peeled to the west and now I'm about to have a quick shower and peel off to Glasgow University to talk about... As the news that the dictator was dead sank in, World Service documentaries editor Jeremy Skeet contacted Mohit Bakaya to suggest Radio 4 and the World Service team up and make a programme about what happens when dictators fall.