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Charlotte Smith presents farming news, including the recent thefts of pregnant ewes. The programme hears from one farmer in Wales who lost 50 ewes worth thousands of pounds. Show more
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Morning news and current affairs. Including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
A Woman's Hour poll shows that the cost of caring for your family is a key election issue. How are the parties addressing the cost of childcare? Presented by Emma Barnett. Show more
Steph McGovern examines how salt became a fashionable, diverse ingredient and explores the debate around our health. From 2015. Show more
Matt mentors the boss's granddaughter and designs a building with a great big turret (possibly). Stars Alex Carter. From 2015. Show more
Cressida wants to be at the forefront of the women's struggle, but she cannot be taken seriously. Show more
How diesel engines are being cleaned up to meet new rules on emissions, plus more time to claim a grant aimed at protecting your home from flooding. Winifred Robinson presents. Show more
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Analysis of current affairs reports, presented by Martha Kearney.
4 Extra Debut. Andrew Dilnot charts the history of the British state through its numbers: the role of knowledge and power. From 2015. Show more
By Timothy X Atack. A musician is found dead in strange circumstances. How did he die? The only clue is a text message that says 'Phonophone active'. But what is a phonophone? Show more
Competitors from London, Bath and Belfast join Russell Davies for the eighth heat of the general knowledge quiz. Show more
Love-soup or laughing stock? Tim Hayward looks at how a dish to use up leftovers is now trendy and worth millions and roots out how brown Windsor soup gave the dish a bad name. Show more
Chef Raymond Blanc chooses his favourite writing, with readers Sinead Cusack and Julian Rhind-Tutt. Recorded at Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons. Choices include Zola, Brel and Rimbaud. Show more
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by Prof Jane Langdale, Prof Jim Al-Khalili and comedian and former horticulture student Ed Byrne to discuss, 'What's the point of plants?'. Show more
The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Nicholas Parsons hosts the popular panel game. Paul Merton, Tony Hawks, Josie Lawrence and Alun Cochrane tackle subjects including Multitasking, Kinky Boots and A Cathedral City. Show more
Arts news, interviews and reviews. Kirsty Lang with conductor Vasily Petrenko, filmmaker Gurinder Chadha and artist Lynda Benglis. Briony Hansen reviews The Duke of Burgundy. Show more
Writer Gary Younge, rapper Tef Poe, poet Sonia Sanchez and history professor Peniel Joseph consider race in America 50 years after the assassination of Malcolm X. Show more
Social mobility is a good for those who are able to move up in life, but movement can go in both directions. Jo Fidgen explores the implications of downward social mobility. Show more
Helen Keen explores the impact of a condition she once suffered from known as selective mutism, a rare anxiety disorder that has been described as a phobia of speaking. Show more
Cairo urges EU nations to join fight against IS in Libya -- or face new terror threat
4 Extra Debut. Over a tennis match, orphans Anna and Stephen are welcomed into the rarified world of the Howard family. Read by Pennie Downie. Show more
Luke no longer believes that so many deaths in one small village are a coincidence and seeks the truth. Stars Patrick Baladi. Show more
Josie Long presents tales of a spam email that alters the course of two people's lives and a mysterious monument made out of shoes at a deserted intersection in rural Indiana. Show more
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4 Extra Debut. Finding sanctuary and a saviour in one Mr Ross. Courageous memoir of a tempestuous marriage read by Tracy-Ann Oberman. Show more
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