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The president of the NFU says a media blackout was ordered by the government during the pilot badger cull. However, Defra say this is not true. Show more
South African soprano Pretty Yende; the novels of Patricia Highsmith; the life of Nancy Astor; the effects of early menopause on memory. Jenni Murray offers the female perspective. Show more
4 Extra Debut. Radio producer Neil Kanwal traces the history of Kenyan Asian migration to Britain by exploring his own family story. From 2014. Show more
Sandy is feeling bereft with no lodger - and his granddaughter throwing a wild party. Stars the much-missed Ronnie Corbett. Show more
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Martin Sixsmith examines the impact of neuroscience on the way we think, feel and act. From May 2014. Show more
Moving drama about grief and love by film actor and novelist John Lynch. A man finds himself suspended between the living and the dead. Show more
Complained about banking, insurance or financial services and still unhappy? Paul Lewis and guests answer your calls and emails. Show more
Why does one child rebel and another not? A new programme for fast tracking mental health workers, and the latest finalist in the All in the Mind Awards. With Claudia Hammond. Show more
Laurie Taylor hears about the bar dancers and transgender performers who work in the shadows of the official arts. Also, is war ever a force for good? Show more
Will the sale of all3media affect creativity?; how TV debates encourage voter participation; BSkyB talks to expand into Europe; and are there really fewer women directors nowadays? Show more
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Isy recalls the Crank, a Matlock oddball that her mother roped into helping her daughter study the Welsh language. From 2014. Show more
With Kirsty Lang, who talks to actor Oscar Isaac, hears news from Cannes and discusses Moog synthesizers with Goldfrapp's Will Gregory. Writer Louise Welsh reviews Penny Dreadful. Show more
What should three newspaper-style leading articles say about the key stories of the moment? Andrew Rawnsley chairs a live discussion with top journalists as they debate the issues. Show more
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Solar and wind energy can often be wasted if it is not needed when it is generated. Tom Heap looks at ideas for storing energy using landscape or science and asks if it is enough. Show more
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Denouncing the wage gap and corporate capitalism. Can Elvis change his dyspeptic view of life? From May 2014. Show more
Robin Hood (no relation) comes to Dr Matt Berry with a fear of spiders. With Simon Greenall and Jack Klaff. From January 2012. Show more
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On his epic Italian ride, Tim Moore cycles over the finish line into a photo-call for the Women's Tour of Tuscany. From 2014. Show more
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