I've Never Seen Star Wars is a Radio 4 entertainment series in which Marcus Brigstocke asks his guests of the week to embrace ordinary activities and experiences that they've perhaps always meant to try but haven't had the time, the courage, or possibly the inclination to attempt.
Genius is the comedy series, broadcast on Radio 4, that sees Dave Gorman and a celebrity guest chew over ridiculous, unworkable but sometimes "genius" inventions from the public. Genius invites listeners to air those incredible concepts that strike after one-too-many drinks at the pub: not necessarily ideas that are worthy, or even very well thought through, but have a hint of genius.
Brothers in War is the immensely powerful story of eight Beechey brothers, and how they paid the ultimate price for King and country in the Great War. Some were keen to enlist from the start, others were conscripted and some dead against. Eventually, all eight would be swept up into its devastating path as, despite astonishing displays of courage and strength of character, they met their fates on the battlefields of France, Flanders, East Africa, and Gallipoli.
We learn the art of pickling fish with Paul Lowe and we look at the tradition of eating frog legs in Detroit with author Bill Loomis. Ari Daniel observes chemistry in the kitchen of Kimball House, and Remodelista's Christine Hanway gives us some easy kitchen updates.
Don Juan, le trompeur de Séville, l'homme aux mille visages, surgit du néant pour mieux abuser ses victimes : sa parole n'est que séduction, illusion, spectacle. A ses côtés, à la fois lâche et fidèle, drôle et pathétique, Sganarelle sera de tous ses voyages. Car Don Juan est un voyageur-né : le maître et son serviteur passent d'une ville à l'autre, font naufrage et sillonnent les campagnes. Nobles dames ou naïves paysannes, toutes les femmes sont égales aux yeux du grand séducteur.