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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Angela Graham.
Scottish farmers use the power of song to highlight the plight of the dairy industry. Welsh farmers plan to withhold their lamb from the shops as prices hit rock bottom. Show more
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In 1960, the Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann was abducted in Argentina and smuggled to Israel to face trial. He had been living in Buenos Aires under an assumed name. Show more
Fi Glover with band members who have played together for decades in different bands. Even though they have still not known success, their commitment to music remains just as strong Show more
Dr Canavero travels to America to pitch for a licence to perform the world's first human head transplant. Can he convince US neurosurgeons to help him with his desperate patient? Show more
Creative accounting, cross-examining an expert witness, and why are posh men's trousers all the same colour? From October 2013. Show more
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Consumer affairs. Winifred Robinson finds out what happens when local councils turn off street lights late at night to save money. Plus the popularity of bottled water in the UK. Show more
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Analysis of news and current affairs, presented by Martha Kearney. New figures show a surge in economic growth. Will higher growth mean a rise in interest rates? Show more
By Fin Kennedy. Inside the intelligence agency GCHQ, agents are tracking three young British Muslims as they head for Syria. Show more
With almost two million private landlords in the UK, Ruth Alexander asks whether the tax changes in the recent Budget will make this way of investing less attractive in future. Show more
Dr Mark Porter looks at the Off-patent Drugs Bill to prevent people missing out on life-saving treatments, pre-diabetes, early diagnosis of sepsis, and all-cause mortality. Show more
Laurie Taylor explores the hidden world of convict culture. Also, how would children choose to spend a million pounds? Show more
Steve Hewlett with the Nikkei group's purchase of the FT. Plus ITV and Sky results, Egypt's verdict on Al Jazeera journalists and chair of press regulation panel David Wolfe QC. Show more
Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
Comedy lecture on the economics behind goods we're addicted to – unravelling how the food industry deals with sugar. From 2015. Show more
Kirsty Lang discusses the Man Booker Prize longlist with chair of judges Michael Wood. Plus cricket documentary Death of a Gentleman, and the aesthetics TV series Game of Thrones. Show more
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk on the topic of hypocrisy. With Matthew Taylor, Giles Fraser, Anne McElvoy and Melanie Phillips. Show more
Katy Long argues that we should think differently about citizenship. She compares how citizenship and passports are bought and sold and explores the ethical implications. Show more
Sathnam Sanghera asks, when we can know everything, are we better off not knowing things? Could 'not knowing' improve our memory, enhance our learning and even make us happier? Show more
His death has also been confirmed by a source close to the militant group's leadership.
Paul is struggling to make a book about banking interesting until he hits upon an idea about Claude. Read by Peter Serafinowicz. Show more
A one man comedy explosion featuring Street Kid, Victor, Morgan the Free Man and those pesky inner voices. From July 2015. Show more
Nathan Caton illustrates what can happen when you don't listen to your mum. With Adjoa Andoh and Curtis Walker. From May 2013. Show more
Three teenagers share the experience of being badly bullied at school with each other and host Fi Glover. Show more
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In Jamaica, Chick's young mother rejects him. Years later in Essex, Hannah repeats the pattern and disowns her father. Show more
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