All Programmes

Sample Title
Nobel prizewinner speaks
How spirituality affects how you think, and how chemistry affects your everyday life
New Year opens from New Orleans
Huge mix of fantastic music with even a one-legged singer. What a start to 2014!
Talent or optimism?
Is there room for optimism today? And are savers more attractive than spenders?
Podcasts for all?
The future of podcasts and the radio, and are you making the most of your memory?
World music for your delight
A superb mix of world music introduced by Mark Sampson
Terry brings us Christmas cheer
Terry Clear in great form for your Christmas music treat. More Xmas music in our music section on EPR
Libby Gill
How to get your clients to trust you, and how to make your book a success
Japanese sushi
Japan, Switzerland and Norway have topped the list of countries where expats find living costs much higher than costs in the UK
Property options improve
A raft of new rules governing property ownership in Turkey have made the country increasingly attractive to foreigners
Doug Goldstein
Hitting the curveballs: crisis makes you stronger, and using economic models for real life
Brittany book
A reading by George East from his book, French Impressions Brittany
Dotto tech
How to make the best of modern technology, and how meditating 9 minutes a day can help you
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