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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Steve Clifford, general director of the Evangelical Alliance. Show more
Consumers express confusion about the meaning of the Red Tractor food labelling scheme. Environment secretary Liz Truss lays out her farming priorities. Show more
Is Cinderella still relevant to a modern audience? Tina Brown on Hillary Clinton. Mel Greig, the Australian DJ. Political differences in relationships. Cellist Caroline Brown. Show more
4 Extra Debut. Marie-Louise Muir explores a Hollywood star’s adoption of a little boy which became a 1950s international scandal. From 2015. Show more
Paul and Steve take a walk to a lonely clifftop cottage. The suave sleuth's rebooted 1946 mystery. Stars Crawford Logan. Show more
Presented by Peter White. A mother of two with one arm asks why she does not qualify for disabled parking. Plus will freeing up pensions leave people more vulnerable to scams? Show more
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Analysis of current affairs reports, presented by Mark Mardell.
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson introduces the sounds of a dawn chorus recorded near Aldeburgh in Suffolk in the last in this immersive soundscape. Show more
4 Extra Debut. In 1962, comedian Frankie Howerd tries a controversial, yet legal treatment for his depression - LSD. Starring David Benson. Show more
Eric Robson chairs the horticultural panel programme from Buckingham Palace. Chris Beardshaw, Matt Biggs and Pippa Greenwood answer gardening questions from the Queen's Gallery. Show more
A story of dark family secrets and a journey home to execute a long-awaited act of revenge. Read by Damien Molony. Show more
Matthew Bannister on Singapore's prime minister Lee Kuan Yew, Radio 1 controller Derek Chinnery, ichthyologist Eugenie Clark, author Mal Peet and singer-songwriter Jackie Trent. Show more
Behind the scenes at BBC Westminster ahead of the general election, and a nostalgic look back at Radio 1's Sunday night chart show. Show more
A love of food is a driving force in their lives, and they know what they would like served after their deaths. Ultimately all they want is to preserve the natural order of things. Show more
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A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig with regular panellist Jeremy Hardy and guests Fred MacAulay, star of The Office USA BJ Novak and Hugo Rifkind.
As Nicholas Hytner leaves the National Theatre and Kevin Spacey the Old Vic, John Wilson assesses their era. He also reviews TV show The Ark and Oscar-nominated film Wild Tales. Show more
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Hill House School in Doncaster with Michael Fallon MP, George Galloway MP, Patrick O'Flynn MEP, Rachel Reeves MP. Show more
Tom Shakespeare says that disabled people's right to independent living is under threat as a result of the imminent winding up of the Independent Living Fund. Show more
Amid appeals for more women to join the workforce, Marshalls loses two of its best employees. Show more
United States supports Saudi action AGAINST Iranian-backed Houthi rebels
Bob returns to Leipzig and uncovers some shocking revelations. Magda has some surprising news of her own. Show more
Harriett Gilbert discusses favourite books with writer Christopher Frayling and screenwriter Abi Morgan, including A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius, by Dave Eggers. Show more
Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster.
A mother who was illegitimate contrasts her own lonely childhood with her daughter's, who is the youngest of eight, in this conversation introduced by Fi Glover. Show more
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As passengers prepare for journey's end through the Northwest Passage, there’s an unscheduled stop. Read by Teresa Gallagher. Show more
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