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Spiritual reflection to start the day with writer and broadcaster Anna Magnusson.
With the State Opening of Parliament, are moves to scrap the hunting bill imminent? And a look at the Control of Horses Act 2015, introduced to help combat fly grazing in England. Show more
Morning news and current affairs. Including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Presented by Jane Garvey. Including actress Allison Janney, writer Mona Eltahawy, Eleanor Garnier on the Queen's Speech, Alice Prochaska, and changing social attitudes in Ireland. Show more
A centenarian and her daughter recall the stand the mother took against the unequal Rhodesian education system when she was a head teacher. Presented by Fi Glover. Show more
The story of the Bevin Boys. Three surviving Bevin Boys reflect on how mining exposed them to a way of life that was utterly new and changed their lives. Show more
Ed and his ex-wife plan to attend a funeral together, making his children very unhappy. Stars Christopher Douglas. From May 2015. Show more
The average household has 10 per cent more to spend on treats. Plus more people complain to Citizens Advice about second-hand cars than anything else. Winifred Robinson presents. Show more
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Rigorous analysis of news and current affairs, presented by Martha Kearney.
Professor Sunil Khilnani profiles Guru Nanak, the 15th-century founder of the Sikh religion. Show more
By Jim Cartwright. Bittersweet drama, starring Jane Horrocks. A young door-to-door salesman encounters an alcoholic with a glamorous past. Show more
Experts answer questions on being self-employed, with information on getting started, marketing, expanding and tax. Show more
Claudia Hammond presents the psychology of conspiracy theories, two newly elected MPs discuss their plans for mental health, and a look at innovative music project Raw Sounds. Show more
The 'Happiness Industry'. Laurie Taylor asks if policy makers are too focused on the idea of 'happiness'. And,has a concern for individual wellness replaced ideas of social change? Show more
Steve Hewlett presents a topical programme about the fast-changing media world, including the Mirror damages, Sir Martin Sorrell, and Lyse Doucet on reporting religion. Show more
The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Clare is forced to confront an old phobia after a regular client meeting takes an unusual turn. Stars Sally Phillips. From 2014. Show more
Lenny Henry discusses becoming a writer, Antonia Quirke reviews Al Pacino in Danny Collins, Eileen Cooper on her new exhibition at the Royal Academy, and thefts from UK libraries. Show more
Clive Anderson and guests discuss how changes to Britain's traffic laws could potentially reduce the numbers of motorists, cyclists and pedestrians killed or injured on the roads. Show more
Talks with a personal dimension. Brian Lobel, who was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 20, says surviving cancer does not mean you have to be heroic. Show more
In 2011, James Piercy was in a car crash and suffered a major brain trauma. This is the story of his recovery and what he learned about this common condition along the way. Show more
FIFA's President, Sepp Blatter, says the organisation will "root out any misconduct".
Crisis and success, as Rachel's brother reaches rock bottom and there are births in the wolf pack. Read by Hattie Morahan. Show more
Passions flare and loyalty is tested at a football ground in London. Winner of the 2014 Edinburgh comedy award. From 2015. Show more
Ian Leslie unearths the often surprising first literary attempts of the likes of Henry Longfellow and Mary Shelley. From May 2015. Show more
Sean Curran and the BBC's parliamentary team report on the pomp, pageantry and politics of the Queen's speech, as MPs debate the government's programme of proposed new laws. Show more
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Tom Fort’s maritime travels take in King George’s bathing machine at Weymouth - and mermaids. Read by Jonathan Coy. Show more
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