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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Sister Gemma Simmonds of the Congregation of Jesus. Show more
Farming news with Anna Hill. Gamekeepers and conservationists are at war over the endangered hen harrier. The RSPB suspect foul play as three male birds have disappeared. Show more
Morning news and current affairs. Including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Kate Fleetwood stars in High Society, columnist and writer Polly Vernon explains why she's a 'hot feminist', and Annie Zaidi on being a football coach in a headscarf. Show more
Fi Glover with a conversation between parents of children on the autism spectrum, who feel that their children deserve more specialist help. Show more
Oliver Bullough travels to Manchester, Edinburgh and London to meet British Ukrainians, whose family histories reflect the pride, suffering and rebirth of their homeland. Show more
Ed is homeless, but he has got a two-book deal and an empty furniture warehouse to caretake. Stars Christopher Douglas. From May 2015. Show more
Emile Holba meets the electromagnetic hypersensitive escapees, who have come to live in the Quiet Zone to get away from illnesses they believe are caused by electromagnetic fields. Show more
Consumer news. M&S report a turnaround in profits, discussion on end-of-life care needing urgent improvement, and a look at the increasing popularity of vending machines. Show more
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Rigorous analysis of news and current affairs, presented by Martha Kearney.
A portrait of Adi Shankaracharya, a revered philosopher and theologian, who aimed to provide a coherent, single reading of Hindu scriptures. Show more
4 Extra Debut. True story of a working class mum who combined farm work with world champion cycling. Maxine Peake stars in her first drama. Show more
Claudia Hammond investigates the effects of alcohol on the brain, the influence of classical Indian music on mood and a new exhibition of strong dresses at the Museum of the Mind. Show more
Laurie Taylor discusses the largest ever survey of UK levels of deprivation. Plus new research on people who choose unemployment rather than undesirable jobs. Show more
Whether Facebook Instant Articles will change how news is consumed, why Australia are at Eurovision this year, and why UKTV's repeat channels are so profitable. With Steve Hewlett. Show more
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Clare is facing a disciplinary tribunal after a seemingly straightforward job goes awry. Stars Sally Phillips. From 2014. Show more
Singer-songwriter Will Young, Jim Dale on his autobiographical stage show, and Hungarian author Laszlo Krasznahorkai, the winner of this year's Man Booker International Prize. Show more
Clive Anderson and guests discuss concerns that human rights law is damaging the effectiveness of our armed forces. Show more
Huda Jawad describes reconciling her deeply held Islamic faith with her feminism, arguing that the Qur'an does not sanction the oppression of women. Show more
The tiny Scottish island of Eigg is teaching the world how remote communities can power themselves. Tom Heap meets the locals and visitors who are eager to learn their secrets. Show more
5 major banks fined more than £3.6 bn for colluding to manipulate foreign currency
Rachel builds bridges back on the Earl of Annerdale's estate, but she needs to make a fateful decision. Read by Hattie Morahan. Show more
A glimpse into the oddball mind of John as he returns home from work. Winner of the 2014 Edinburgh comedy award. From 2015. Show more
4 Extra Debut. Ian Leslie unearths the often surprising first literary attempts of the likes of Patricia Cornwell and Byron. From May 2015. Show more
4 Extra Debut. The jazz pianist Jamie Cullum visits Camden with Alastair Laurence, to discover more about the history of the piano. From 2014. Show more
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Steve Boggan finds himself in deep water as his 21st century gold rush quest continues. Read by Paul Ritter and Sara Markland. Show more
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