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The few open air outings I've had in London have been walking around Hampstead Heath. The last few mornings have been glorious October autumn.The trees on the Heath still in full leaf (back in Cumbria the trees are swept bare of leaves because of the high winds and now their branches scratch the louring skies) and an air of frolic about that little urban Eden.As a result the weekday afternoon schedule has been changed and some programmes have also moved day.For example, The Film Programme is now on Thursday afternoons rather than Friday.
Monday: I've picked out a selection of the currently available Radio 4 podcasts.
Yesterday morning two young women steamed past, dressed to sweat.
here are other ladies who walk with many dogs and have conversations which you have to circumnavigate. First met him in the Pillars of Hercules in Greek Street when he and I both wrote for Ian Hamilton's magazine, The New Review. Last Thursday at 12.52pm, a BBC Breaking News alert popped up in my email: "An official in Libya's ruling NTC says ex-leader Muammar Gaddafi was captured as his hometown Sirte fell, though the news is unconfirmed." A day later, it had been confirmed that Gaddafi was not only captured but had been shot in the head - and around a table in Broadcasting House were sat a team of Radio Documentaries Unit and World Service producers and editors, Radio 4's commissioning editor Mohit Bakaya and BBC reporter Owen Bennett-Jones.
Some podcasts are available for only seven days (eg Comedy of the Week; Friday Night Comedy) but others do have a huge archive you can download at any time (eg Desert Island Discs; In Our Time).
If you haven't used podcasts from the BBC before there's some podcast help here.