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History & The Arts
The only global competition for radio playwrights. Find out more about 2015-16's event and explore drama and dramatists with OpenLearn.
TV, Radio & Events
A social work student brefriends a sex worker in Sydney - but how easy is changing a life? The second of two prizewinning plays.
This week's Thinking Allowed focuses on the complex moral world of Harvard Business School and the cultural history of pain.
Catch up with the episodes from the Summer 2014 series of The Bottom Line.
Barbara Mayor, lecturer in the Centre for Language and Communication at The Open University, thinks radio has had the biggest impact on thedevelopment of the English language
Catch up with the episodes from the Spring 2014 series.
Society, Politics & Law
Joan Bakewell profiles more cases where the right thing isn't always obvious.
Education & Development
Health, Sports & Psychology
Could you be more prone to car accidents if you listen to football commentary on the radio while you are driving?
Paul Hatherly explains how the synchrotron radiation source is able to unravel tales from the pigments of historic artefacts.
Money & Business
How do advertisers seek to attract your attention? It's all in the rollout.
Science, Maths & Technology
Are the radio waves becoming so overcrowded as to make us deaf to voices from elsewhere? Find out in this full transcript of Digital Planet.
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