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A new report on climate change warns of an increased risk of floods and changes to crop yields and water availability. Anna Hill asks what challenges may lie ahead for farmers. Show more
In the first of two programmes about people from families with inherited genetic disorders, Jane Hill meets Caroline Harding, who had to decide whether to test her unborn child. Show more
Jane Garvey talks to Courtney Love. Plus, Sarah Wollaston and Emma Burnell discuss whether Margaret Thatcher was a game changer, and who's doing what to change politics today. Show more
Peter Curran explores how the Enfield 8000, a 70s electric car built on the Isle of Wight, nearly changed history. From 2013. Show more
The lasting impact of George Gershwin's 1924 'Rhapsody in Blue', from movies to dance music. With Moby. From April 2014. Show more
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Did the government lose the taxpayer hundreds of millions of pounds by underpricing Royal Mail shares? How an Ebola outbreak took hold in Guinea, and why we need to eat more veg. Show more
The dangers of friendship as conveyed to children in the 18th and 19th centuries. Dr Thomas Dixon's history. From April 2014. Show more
Barristers' clerk Jake finds himself in hot water, when he goes behind the head clerk's back and asks a junior barrister to represent a friend. By Mick Collins. Show more
Josie Long presents a sequence of brief encounters, true stories and short documentaries in which the boundaries blur between real life and dreaming. Show more
Following the publication of the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, a panel of climate experts debate how we will have to adapt to become resilient. Show more
Michael Rosen talks to writers and directors about how great characters are created through language. Recorded in front of an audience at Arnolfini Centre in Bristol. Show more
4 Extra Debut. Solo percussionist Evelyn Glennie chooses the English cellist, Jacqueline Du Pre, With Matthew Parris. From 2014. Show more
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The ground-breaking phone-in show, hosted by the legendary Gary Bellamy. Stars Rhys Thomas and Charlie Higson. From March 2011. Show more
Broadchurch creator Chris Chibnall on his new play, Russian violinist Viktoria Mullova, Shan Khan's Honour reviewed, and Pangaea, contemporary art from Africa and South America. Show more
It's 2030, and we imagine a future in which London has just won independence from the rest of the UK. Aditya Chakrabortty reports on the fallout for divided Britain. Show more
The European Parliament has voted in a draft law to make all public service websites accessible. What impact will it have in the UK? And an online audio peer support service. Show more
With a replacement of the controversial Liverpool Care Pathway expected over the next few months, Professor Keri Thomas calls for a more personalised care for the dying. Show more
Nato suspends co-operation with Russia. And as Brazil prepares for the World Cup, a special report on the country's infrastructure. In-depth reporting with Roger Hearing. Show more
After a difficult evening and a restless night, Geoffrey wakes up hoping to reconcile with Evelyn. Show more
4 Extra Debut. Not burdened by common sense or what has gone before, our Shedists spot a structure in the distance. Starring Stephen Mangan. From April 2014. Show more
Susan Hulme and the BBC parliamentary team report, as the business secretary defends the sell-off of Royal Mail after a spending watchdog says taxpayers got poor value for money. Show more
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