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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Sister Jane Livesey CJ.
Caffe Nero has said that it will no longer use milk from the badger cull areas, following a campaign by the pressure group Stop the Cull. Farming Today reports on the reaction. Show more
Why are older women in Denmark so happy? Plus a look at the impact of the Everyday Victim Blaming campaign 18 months after its launch and a celebration of Pippi Longstocking at 70. Show more
Fi Glover introduces a conversation between a brother and sister recalling the third-degree burns he suffered in his teens, and how Airfix kits helped him to recover. Show more
Professor Julian Swann offers a 300th anniversary re-evaluation of the life and achievements of Louis XIV of France, known as the Sun King. Glorious monarch or glorious failure? Show more
While wandering along the canal looking for somewhere to live, Ed finds the inspiration for a perfect Sunday night TV drama. Show more
Winifred Robinson looks at the companies buying and selling names and addresses of people who give to charity. Plus the woman being paid 50 pounds for half a pint of breast milk. Show more
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Prof Sunil Khilnani explores one of India's great 'what if' moments as he profiles the Mughal prince and scholar who found himself at war against his brother. Show more
By Sebastian Baczkiewicz. The search for a mysterious figure, said to live somewhere on the island of Manhattan, who keeps 250,000 bees in his apartment. Show more
Finding the right mortgage. Sarah Pennells and guests tackle listeners' questions about interest rates, deals, fees and costs. Show more
What would the ideal office look like if psychological research was applied? Claudia Hammond discovers how we can concentrate, be creative and communicate well in open-plan spaces. Show more
Anthropology - the future of the A-level. Plus the role of blame within the criminal justice system. New research on how society works, presented by Laurie Taylor. Show more
Steve Hewlett with news from the media world. Including Charlie Hebdo editor-in-chief Gerard Biard, the executive producer of Britain's Hardest Worker and disabled people in TV. Show more
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Social worker Clare’s finally managed to find some time for romance in between saving society. Stars Sally Phillips. From 2014. Show more
The winner of the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction joins Samira Ahmed. Plus reviews of a play staged in Liverpool's Cunard Building and the film Listen Up Philip. Show more
Andrew Rawnsley chairs a studio debate on the future of the Labour Party, following its devastating defeat in the 2015 general election. Show more
In the first of four editions from the 2015 Hay Festival, Tim Meek explains why he and his family have left their old life behind them for a year of adventure on the road. Show more
4 Extra Debut. Quentin Cooper explores the story of Kathleen Drew – a British marine scientist treated like a goddess in Japan. From 2014. Show more
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Michael receives some devastating news from a colleague of Caroline's. Owen Sheers’ compelling story read by Mark Bazeley. Show more
John and his work colleagues test each other's patience at the Dinosaur Museum. With Gabby Best and Pat Cahill. From 2015. Show more
Ian Leslie unearths the oft surprising first literary attempts of the likes of William Blake and Pam Ayres. From June 2015. Show more
David Cameron faces his first Prime Minister's Questions of the new Parliament, and warm tributes are paid to former Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy. Show more
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