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Environmentalists are celebrating a victory which halts the dumping of poisonous silt off the south Cornish coast. And at last a ray of hope for dairy farmers. Show more
As the teen film documentary Beyond Clueless hits the screens, how influential are teenage film heroines? Plus Diana Nneka Atuona talks about the inspiration behind her new play. Show more
All eyes are on the upcoming election in Greece. The results, some say, could trigger a political earthquake. Plus stories from Chile, South Africa, Haiti and Nigeria. Show more
John Cooper Clarke looks back at the life of Ewan MacColl. Renowned as a dramatist, broadcaster and folk singer, the lesser-known things about him are the most fascinating. Show more
Philosopher Barry Smith argues that language is our most important uniquely human attribute and examines Noam Chomsky's idea of a universal grammar. Show more
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Sir David Cannadine examines Winston Churchill's family life, exploring the legacy left by Churchill's childhood when he himself became a father. Show more
Marking the fiftieth anniversary of his death, Helen Mark explores the family home and grounds of Sir Winston Churchill, Chartwell in Kent, to learn how the landscape inspired him. Show more
Presented by Mariella Frostrup. Emma Hooper discusses her debut novel Etta and Otto and Russell and James, plus the mystery surrounding novelist Elena Ferrante. Show more
Alex Garland on his directorial debut Ex Machina, Liz Fraser discusses her career from I'm All Right Jack to Carry On Behind, and JC Chandor talks about A Most Violent Year. Show more
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Bridget discusses how adverts ruined her sex life and why twitter is a sexist's natural habitat. With Fred MacAulay. From 2015. Show more
Johnny Depp and Paul Bettany on new film Mortdecai; pianist Imogen Cooper; Kate Saunders discusses her Costa Children's Book award-winner; Fortitude starring Sofie Gråbøl reviewed. Show more
Germany's new anti-Islamisation movement, Pegida, is attracting a middle-aged following to its weekly marches around the country. Catrin Nye meets its founder. Show more
Peter Day asks how the world's biggest trade deal, currently being negotiated between the US and the EU, may affect business, employment, the environment and democracy. Show more
Prince says he wanted to "reiterate" statements issued by Palace rejecting the claim.
As the summer of 1936 draws to a close, a society portraitist embarks on an affair with a talented actress and a series of murders of young women instils fear on the streets. Show more
A bizarre world featuring the likes of forgotten silver screen star Anna Mann, presented by the sinister ringmaster. From 2015. Show more
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Will Boast's extraordinary family story: Will struggles to adapt to his new family circumstances. Read by Jamie Parker. Show more
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