Antonia Quirke is an author and journalist. She is a presenter on The Film Programme and Pick of the Week (Radio 4) and Film 2015 and The One Show (BBC 1). She writes a column on radio for the New Statesman.

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TV and Radio
20 June 2012
  Private Passions BBC Radio 3 A sweet edition of Private Passions (10 June, 12pm) sounded so much of a...
Culture
06 June 2012
Newshour BBC World Service A week of short character profiles of people who have been in their job for more than 60...
TV and Radio
30 May 2012
We Are Sixty: Radio 2 A serious jubilee documentary repeatedly tip­ped into comedy until an eventual blissed-out...
Culture
16 May 2012
Tales from the Stave BBC Radio 4 To the music department of the British Library, where a group of historians gathered...
TV and Radio
16 May 2012
To the music department of the British Library, where a group of historians gathered to examine its most recent...
TV and Radio
09 May 2012
The Prophet: Heart and Soul BBC World Service A documentary about Khalil Gibran informed us, startlingly, that The...
TV and Radio
03 May 2012
  A sweet documentary (24 and 25 April, 10pm) about 43 years of the nightclub Tramp took us back to the good...
TV and Radio
26 April 2012
The celebrated young baritone Christopher Maltman had a permanently lightly amused tone when presenting an amiable...
TV and Radio
18 April 2012
At a time when overexposure has long rendered vampires hard to love, The Essay’s week of broadcasts commemorating...
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04 April 2012
  One Direction in America Radio 1   An interesting hour on Radio 1 (2 April, 9pm) followed...
TV and Radio
26 March 2012
The first in a new series of Robert Winston's Musical Analysis (Tuesday, 11.30am) - on the health of composers -...
TV and Radio
15 March 2012
Conspiratorial revelations keep Antonia Quirke hooked and thrilled. An episode of Desert Island Discs with the voice...
TV and Radio
05 March 2012
The Living WorldBBC Radio 4When The Living World (26 February, 6.55am) asked the question: "Where do flies go in...
TV and Radio
20 February 2012
A likeable series of The Essay had five practitioners of stage and screen reflecting on their daily grind. The most...
TV and Radio
12 February 2012
The Cellists That Time ForgotBBC Radio 3A documentary about four musicians "denied their rightful place in the...

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