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Radio 1’s Greg James to judge Big Issue Christmas Kids Cover Competition
Kids Cover Competition

Radio 1’s Greg James to judge Big Issue Christmas Kids Cover Competition

Greg James says he’s “honoured” to be the judge of this year’s Big Issue Christmas Kids Cover Competition.

Colin Murray: ‘I never, ever wanted to be on the radio’
Letter to my Younger Self

Colin Murray: ‘I never, ever wanted to be on the radio’

He was a hyperactive underage raver with a Bros haircut, then a trip overseas blew Colin Murray’s teenage world wide open.

Steve Lamacq: ‘I’m still doing what I was doing when I was 16’
letter to my younger self

Steve Lamacq: ‘I’m still doing what I was doing when I was 16’

He’s made a career out of telling people what they should be listening to, and still enjoys being argumentative about it

This week’s Big TV: Ten Percent, Navalny, Clark and Generation Change
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This week’s Big TV: Ten Percent, Navalny, Clark and Generation Change

‘Everything should be up for debate’: Fearne Cotton on ‘toxic’ cancel culture
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‘Everything should be up for debate’: Fearne Cotton on ‘toxic’ cancel culture

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Taboo: Comedy hasn’t lost its edge yet
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Taboo: Comedy hasn’t lost its edge yet

Joanna Neary and John Hegley: More of these original voices, please
Radio

Joanna Neary and John Hegley: More of these original voices, please

‘Listening to Akala is a reminder of how ugly recent British history was’
Radio

‘Listening to Akala is a reminder of how ugly recent British history was’

John Finnemore’s Souvenir Programme might just be a work of radio genius
Radio

John Finnemore’s Souvenir Programme might just be a work of radio genius

Love, pain and lying: The radio show exploring what makes us Deeply Human
Radio

Love, pain and lying: The radio show exploring what makes us Deeply Human

Tracy-Ann Oberman’s new drama tells the true story behind a Hollywood classic
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Tracy-Ann Oberman’s new drama tells the true story behind a Hollywood classic

Dip My Brain in Joy is a delightful celebration of Neil Innes
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Dip My Brain in Joy is a delightful celebration of Neil Innes

Robin Ince: Seeking an oasis of calm? Head for Radio 4’s desert island
Radio

Robin Ince: Seeking an oasis of calm? Head for Radio 4’s desert island

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The Last Word on our childhood icons makes for touching radio
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The Last Word on our childhood icons makes for touching radio

UK’s first radio station run by homeless youngsters launches today
Radio

UK’s first radio station run by homeless youngsters launches today

The Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe: The Osmonds of evidence-based thinking
Radio

The Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe: The Osmonds of evidence-based thinking

REVIEW: The Unexplainers – like Mulder and Scully played by Laurel and Hardy
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REVIEW: The Unexplainers – like Mulder and Scully played by Laurel and Hardy

The nonsense and jeopardy of Kevin Eldon Will See You Now
Radio

The nonsense and jeopardy of Kevin Eldon Will See You Now

It cost a fortune to go to the Moon. But humanity was never more united
Radio

It cost a fortune to go to the Moon. But humanity was never more united

Sobriety, Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place and realising you’re not alone
Radio

Sobriety, Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place and realising you’re not alone

NPR Throughline is an illuminating reminder that the end is nigh (again)
Radio

NPR Throughline is an illuminating reminder that the end is nigh (again)

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Mark Steel’s a genius for spotting the curiosities of our urban landscape
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Mark Steel’s a genius for spotting the curiosities of our urban landscape

How to change entrenched positions in a climate of dogma and high dudgeon
Radio

How to change entrenched positions in a climate of dogma and high dudgeon

BBC 6 Music is my musical tonic in crazy times
Radio

BBC 6 Music is my musical tonic in crazy times

Radio needs voices like Jeremy Hardy’s more than ever
Radio

Radio needs voices like Jeremy Hardy’s more than ever