What Programmes do BBC Radio 4 have?
News and current affairs
- The Africans (2007)
- Americana (2009–11)
- Analysis (1970–)
- Any Answers? ( 1955–)
- Any Questions? ( 1948–)
- Asian Diasporas (2007–)
- The Bottom Line (2006–)
- Broadcasting House (1998–)
Who will chair Just a Minute?
comedian Sue Perkins
The broadcaster and comedian Sue Perkins will be the next host of BBC Radio 4’s long-running comedy panel show Just a Minute. Her appointment follows the death of Nicholas Parsons, who hosted the show for more than 50 years from its first broadcast in 1967.
When did Paul Merton join Just a Minute?
|Notable works and roles||Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1988–1993) Just a Minute (1989 onwards) Have I Got News for You (1990 onwards) Paul Merton: The Series (1991–1993) Room 101 (1999–2007) Paul Merton in China (2007) Paul Merton in India (2008) Paul Merton in Europe (2010)|
Where can I listen to Just a Minute?
BBC Radio 4 – Just a Minute – Available now.
What is Just a Minute Explain the 3 rules of it?
To play Just a Minute you must speak for a minute on a given subject. If you hesitate, repeat yourself, or deviate, an opponent will interrupt and take the subject. Points are gained for speaking when the minute is up, correctly interrupting, or being wrongly interrupted.
Does Radio 4 have catchup?
You can listen live online and also listen again to programmes broadcast on BBC Sounds. You listen live by accessing the link in the top banner or catch up on a past programme by finding a programme in the Schedule. Many Radio 4 programmes are available as podcasts or downloads which you can listen to on most devices.
Will there be a new series of Just a Minute?
BBC Radio 4’s longest-running panel game returns for the first time since the death of much-missed maestro Nicholas Parsons, who chaired the show for more than 50 years.
Who will replace Nicholas Parsons?
Sue Perkins will replace Nicholas Parsons as new host of Radio 4’s Just A Minute after being appointed to the role ahead of show veteran Gyles Brandreth. Parsons, who died in 2020, presented the BBC comedy panel show almost continuously for more than five decades from its inception in 1967.
What radio frequency is Radio 4?
|Radio 1||97-99 FM|
|Radio 2||88-91 FM|
|Radio 3||90-93 FM|
|Radio 4||92-95 FM, 103-105 FM (with local variations for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) For Long Wave and Medium Wave frequencies, see below.|
|Radio 5 Live||909/693 MW|
Are any of Radio 4’s past comedy and drama programmes rerun?
Note that many of Radio 4’s past comedy and drama productions have been, and continue to be repeatedly rerun on Radio 4, as well as on the digital radio channel BBC Radio 4 Extra (previously BBC Radio 7).
When did Radio 4 start?
When it came into existence – on 30 September 1967 – Radio 4 inherited a great many continuing programme series which had been initiated prior to that date by its predecessor, the BBC Home Service (1939–1967), and in some cases even by stations which had preceded the Home Service.
Where can I find BBC Radio 4 programmes and contact options?
You can find the programmes, and their individual e-mail address, or contact options on the official site – https://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4
What’s new on BBC Radio 4 in June?
Kirsty Wark is to explore Scotland’s literary landscape in a new four-part series for BBC Radio 4. Starting on 24 June, each episode will explore Scotland’s past and present literary landscape, produced by Brian McCluskey and Whistledown Scotland.