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A US government advisor says Europe should provide more information about genetically modified crops. Jack Bobo said many wrongly believe GM food is banned in Europe. Show more
A celebration of Marguerite Patten, one of the earliest TV 'celebrity chefs' and the doyenne of British cookery, first recorded in 2009. Marguerite died last week aged 99. Show more
How war has turned the once-bustling heart of Aden into a ghost town. Plus despatches from Canada, Syria, Russia and Mexico. Show more
Playwright and actress Jane Godber explores the UCAS personal statement. How can you sum yourself up in 4,000 characters? Show more
Consumer with Peter White. The Charity Commission says the sector has been thrown into crisis, and why smart meters stop being 'smart' when you switch supplier. Show more
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The life and times of the Indian social reformer whose commitment to educating women and members of the lower castes was seen as scandalous. Show more
Original British Dramatists: An elderly lady works inside a giant machine on the outskirts of the solar system. Written by Iain AJ Ross, a finalist in the BBC Writer's Prize. Show more
Clare Balding joins Team Zulu, a group of walkers led by Tarquin Shaw-Young, who prepare for long-distance charity walks by training on the majestic Malvern hills. Show more
James Naughtie and a group of readers talk to brain surgeon Henry Marsh about his best-selling account of his working life, Do No Harm. Show more
Director of the National Theatre Rufus Norris talks about the film adaptation of London Road, plus John Boorman on Queen and Country and how movie-making has changed. Show more
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Holly Walsh challenges Sarah Millican, Rob Beckett and Katherine Ryan over today’s social minefield. From June 2015. Show more
Arts news with John Wilson. Hugh Quarshie and Lucian Msamati on playing Othello and Iago, and Christopher Lee, Ron Moody and Ornette Coleman remembered. Show more
How likely is it that a successful prosecution could one day be brought against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad? Joshua Rozenberg investigates. Show more
With the scandal at Fifa still very much in the news, what steps can businesses take to avoid getting caught up in corruption? Evan Davis and guests discuss. Show more
We ask why some people are not being let in, and whether sport and politics can ever be kept apart.
Michael receives an unexpected letter, while Josh suspects as the Nelsons try to move on with their lives. Read by Mark Bazeley. Show more
Stuart and Vanessa are keen to plan their wedding, but not everyone’s happy for them. Stars Mathew Horne. From June 2015. Show more
Susan Hulme reports from the Commons, where the Government defends its decision to sell off shares in the bailed-out Royal Bank of Scotland. Show more
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Physician Gavin Francis leads us round a cultural map of the body: the mysterious liver, essential to life, capable of regeneration. From 2015. Show more
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