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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Leslie Griffiths.
Moves to amend the 2005 Hunting Act have been met by fierce opposition from campaigners, who say it would be tantamount to a reintroduction of fox hunting. Show more
Kate Adie introduces reports from writers and journalists, including Iraqis celebrating Ramadan in Baghdad, plus despatches from Athens, Tehran, Kinshasa and Los Angeles. Show more
Programme exploring the poetic sound world of documentary maker Denis Mitchell, a pioneer of radio verite in the 1950s. Contributors include Ken Loach and Peggy Seeger. Show more
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With Winifred Robinson. How far off is a cure for dementia? The World Dementia Envoy updates progress. Plus why older rockers are taking centre stage at 2015's music festivals. Show more
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Rigorous analysis of news and current affairs, presented by Martha Kearney. Summer Budget: IFS says that poor families are the hardest hit. Show more
Marina Warner examines ‘Bearing Witness’ with other writers, in her look at the world of contemporary storytelling. From 2015. Show more
4 Extra Debut. Why does Tom believe his recently deceased dad was secretly an alien? Comedy drama starring Ronald Pickup and Toby Hadoke. Show more
Helen Mark visits Kit Hill and Minions near Bodmin Moor to find evidence of man's earliest habitation and discover how that history continues to be celebrated today with Golowan. Show more
Jon McGregor discusses his critically acclaimed debut novel If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things with James Naughtie and readers. Recorded at the first ever Derby Book Festival. Show more
Presented by Francine Stock. Director Justin Simien discusses his controversial comedy Dear White People. Plus a visit to Amazing Animals, who train animals and insects for films. Show more
Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
Policeman turned comic Alfie Moore gives his audience police powers, tackling the tricky subject of stop and search. Show more
Oliver Hirschbiegel on his film 13 Minutes, a theatrical retelling of the Arthurian legend Camelot on the streets of Sheffield, writer Mike Nicol, Irish animation Song of the Sea. Show more
Bridget Kendall and a distinguished panel look beyond the immediate crisis in Greece to assess the future of Europe. Show more
Despite widespread predictions of their demise, newspapers are still with us. How are they adapting to the challenges of digital technologies? Evan Davis and guests discuss. Show more
As Christmas approaches, Elizabeth is afflicted by visitors - and must deal with an obdurate governess. Read by Caroline Martin. Show more
It's the morning after Stuart's stag night - his back hurts and Mr Big is looking for him. Stars Mathew Horne. From 2015. Show more
MPs continue to argue over the chancellor's Budget. Susan Hulme has the best of the day's debates in the Commons and the Lords. Show more
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