Sue MacGregor brings together six people who each played a key part in one of the most significant changes to any political party - the creation of New Labour. Show more
With Jenni Murray. How did women vote in the Scottish referendum and how critical was it in the outcome? Plus, the forgotten women war poets and what they had to say about war. Show more
4 Extra Debut. Andrea Sella returns to his childhood Italian landscape to explore how this once-pristine environment has changed. From 2014. Show more
Day 40 on the colony, and a pub quiz and a talking yam spell disaster for Brian. With Vicki Pepperdine. From August 2014. Show more
Parenthood, marriage and death all feature in Kitty's day, and none of them straightforward. Show more
Consumer news with Peter White. What next for Scotland's consumers? Is the low wage making teen apprentices reluctant? And the effect of law changes on recovering shoplifting debt. Show more
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4 Extra Debut. Student Tom is fitted by his two aunts for a pinstripe suit, which is the armour that will protect him on various encounters. Read by Sara Kestelman. Show more
Matthew Bannister on Belfast detective James Nesbitt, film director Andrew McLaglen, Spanish banker Emilio Botin, Iranian poet Simin Behbahani and architect Sir Philip Dowson. Show more
Tim Harford on kidney donation, charity-giving, how the prosperity of Britain compares to that of the individual states of America, ants, Huntrodds' Day and tiny countries. Show more
Fi Glover introduces a couple who have come to terms with the changes imposed on their lives by Parkinson's disease, and have found that there is much they can still do. Show more
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Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis are joined by special guest Elis James for a comic romp through the week's news. With Mitch Benn and Laura Shavin. Show more
Fallon makes a decision. Meanwhile, things are difficult for Roy.
Arts news. Kirsty Lang talks to the French singer Charles Aznavour, plus actor Zach Braff on his new crowdfunded film, and the winner of the John Moores prize for painting. Show more
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Greyfriars Kirk in Edinburgh, with historian Sir Tom Devine, Ken Clarke MP, Fiona Hyslop MSP and Charles Clarke. Show more
This season's fashion for red prompts Lisa Jardine to reflect on the past power of the colour. Show more
Folkestone honours its dead, and our characters' worlds all seem up-ended. With Katie Angelou, Michael Bertenshaw, Keely Beresford. Show more
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As Fiona prepares for the Christmas concert, the troubles of the year seem finally behind her, but can the past be left behind? Show more
Dame Stella Rimington explains her fascination with the life and writing of Dorothy L Sayers. With Matthew Parris. From 2014. Show more
Alan Dein follows husband-and-wife singing duo Pat and Hayley Mallon around the pubs of Bath. The show must go on as Pat prepares for major surgery on an aneurysm. Show more
Fi Glover introduces a 21-year-old with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, a life-shortening condition; she and her mother share her determination to make the most of the time that she has. Show more
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By 1982 Alan Johnson's trade union career is in the ascendancy - but there are clouds on the horizon. Concluded by the author. Show more
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