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BBC Radio 4

Rating: 3.7 Reviews: 10
Speech based news, current affairs and factual network. Includes detailed programme information, audio clips and listings. Show more
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On the air BBC Radio 4

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08:38 Beyoncé Halo
08:34 The Streets Turn the Page
BBC Radio 4 playlist

TOP songs on BBC Radio 4

Fleetwood Mac - SaraFleetwood Mac — Sara
Oasis - Champagne SupernovaOasis — Champagne Supernova
Talking Heads - This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)Talking Heads — This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody)
The Streets - Turn The PageThe Streets — Turn the Page
The Notorious B.I.G. - JuicyThe Notorious B.I.G. — Juicy
Pure Imagination - Gene Wilder
The Prodigy - Out Of SpaceThe Prodigy — Out of Space
Beyoncé - HaloBeyoncé — Halo

BBC Radio 4 reviews

  • 1
    Just heard someone called RHIDIAN BROOK on Thought for the Day, This was the most ridiculous tirade of nonsensical gobblydygook Ive ever had the misfortune to hear, So you invented a new word Mr Brook. I've also invented a word for you you its idionutter,
  • 5
    Very nice! Thanks you!
  • 5
    I like it very much
  • 5
    Nice I like it 👍
  • 4
  • 5
    The best radio station in the world.
  • 1
    peter wakelin, as if you know what culture is really...
  • 5
    Excellent but clearly not for russians (?) suffering from extreme cultural deprivation!
  • 5
    Excellent. I love it!
  • 1
    bbc4 stands for 'bullshit brainwash cunts'.

Information about the radio

BBC Radio 4 is a radio station owned and operated by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) that broadcasts a wide variety of spoken-word programmes including news, drama, comedy, science and history.
Radio 4 programmes cover a wide variety of genre including news and current affairs, history, culture, science, religion, arts, drama and light entertainment. A number of the programmes on Radio 4 take the form of a "magazine" show, featuring numerous small contributions over the course of the programme—Woman's Hour, From Our Own Correspondent, You and Yours. The rise of these magazine shows is primarily due to the work of Tony Whitby, controller of Radio 4 from 1970 to 1975.
The station hosts a number of long-running programmes, many of which have been broadcast for over 40 years.

Radio contacts

Address: Radio 4, BBC Broadcasting House, London W1A 1AA

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