151 : John Arlott - Cricket's Radical Voice 
first broadcast:
Sat Jan 7 2012 
8.00 pm 
BBC Radio 4 
presenter:
Mark Whitaker 
producer:
Mark Whitaker 
John Arlott, who died just over twenty years ago, was not just the greatest ever cricket commentator. He was also a brave and radical political voice both inside and outside the game.   
152 : The Sad Story of Jim Thorpe - the 'Greatest Ever' Athlete 
first broadcast:
Wed Jul 4 2012 
11.00 am 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Mark Whitaker 
producer:
Mark Whitaker 
2012 will be the 100th anniversary of the Stockholm Olympics, where the greatest star was the 'Indian' American Jim Thorpe. He returned a national hero, but in 1913 he was stripped of his medals by a jealous and racist US athletic elite. In 1953 his widow sold his remains to a Pennsylvania town, and his descendents are now trying to get them back.   
153 : The Art of Remembrance 
first broadcast:
Sun Nov 11 2012 
11.45 am 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Mark Whitaker 
producer:
Mike Hally 
Mark Whitaker looks at some of the more unusual ways that artists remembered the Great War, through the works of an painter, an architect, a film-maker, a sculptor and a poet    
154 : The Naughty Pictures Committees 
first broadcast:
Mon Nov 12 2012 
11.00 am 
Radio 4 
presenter:
Laurie Taylor 
producer:
Mike Hally 
On the centenary of the British Board of Film Censors, Laurie Taylor investigates how local councils used to ban films passed by the BBFC and permit others the Board had banned   

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