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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with the Rev Richard Frazer, minister of Greyfriars Kirk, Edinburgh. Show more
As farm income in Wales falls by a third, the government hopes farmers will become more resilient. And tens of thousands of people gather to explore the latest farm machinery. Show more
Aileen Graham-Jones, one of the first women to qualify as a motor mechanic. Linda Roberts, mum of Paralympic gold medallist Jonnie Peacock. And menopause symptoms and treatments. Show more
Mary Harper reports from Angola on the Portuguese migrants returning to cash in on the oil boom of their former colony and the tensions brought by this reversal of fortunes. Show more
The team are forced to take part in a team-building away day, much to Clare's disapproval. Stars Sally Phillips. From January 2014. Show more
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The first in a dark two-part thriller about twin brothers, Jasper and Eddie, who decide to swap lives. Part one tells Jasper's story. Show more
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Dr Mark Porter investigates a new gastric balloon, overuse of drugs for stomach problems, vocal writer's cramp, and if the anonymity of a new NHS database can be guaranteed. Show more
Laurie Taylor explores the role of music in our lives with Prof David Hesmondhalgh, and Falu Bakrania discusses British Asian musical culture in the late 1990s. Show more
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Lifeboats, art, wildlife, and the locals. Mark's travelling stand-up town show arrives in coastal Pembrokeshire. From January 2014. Show more
Mark Lawson talks to Simon Russell Beale about playing King Lear at the National Theatre, and Lucy Hughes-Hallett discusses her award-winning biography of D'Annunzio. Show more
From Cain and Abel to today, Mariella Frostrup and guests explore sibling rivalry, how parents should deal with it and whether it can be ended. Show more
Former soldier Emile Simpson draws on his experience in Afghanistan to argue that we need to rethink the way we fight wars now the boundary with politics has been blurred. Show more
Dr Tiffany Jenkins asks what our brains can tell us about art. Can there ever be a recipe for beauty? Or are the great works beyond the powers of neuroscience? Show more
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In-depth reporting and analysis with Carolyn Quinn. Ukraine protest violence flares, bitter start to Syria talks, and unemployment drops but minister warns on productivity. Show more
By Jonathan Lethem. Single mother Rose and her daughter Miriam have an incendiary row which changes the course of both their lives. Read by Laurel Lefkow. Show more
Comic poet Tim Key explores the subject of medicine via the medium of poetry. With musical support from Tom Basden. From 2014. Show more
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The last days of gold as money comes under the Nixon presidency. Matthew Hart charts the story of a human obsession. From January 2014. Show more
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