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UK farmers are to get £26 million in emergency EU aid to help with the crisis in dairy and meat prices. It follows a protest by thousands of farmers from across Europe last week. Show more
Entrepreneur Michelle Mone's Takeover. Tackling the barriers to setting up your own business. Why it's not all about the CV. And does a healthy body equal a healthy business? Show more
Kate Adie with the full versions of despatches mentioned in the 60th Anniversary Special discussion. They are from Afghanistan, Gaza, Rwanda, France and Hong Kong. Show more
Al Doyle from Hot Chip and folk singer Frank Turner confirm a 1976 prediction made by French intellectual Jacques Attali that recorded music would be available free of charge. Show more
How has the rollercoaster accident at Alton Towers affected surrounding businesses? What happens to money invested for children when families break up? Show more
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David Anderson, reviewer of terrorism, talks about countering extremism. Plus Jack Straw on being cleared of breaking rules on lobbying and a look at robots in healthcare. Show more
Mathematician Hannah Fry presents the story of packet switching, how computers learned to talk to each other. Show more
Ambridge's women celebrate a familiar institution, and Jennifer is reminded of an old friend.
By Gary Owen. Ryan's chances of playing professional rugby are fading. Meanwhile he is failing as both a father and a husband. Is one last shot at sporting glory his only hope? Show more
Clare Balding walks with Louise Ann Wilson, a sceneographer who has created a walk and art book in Warnscale, south of Buttermere, to reflect on infertility and childlessness. Show more
John Banville joins Mariella Frostrup to talk about his writing life and his new novel The Blue Guitar, plus discussion on translated fiction for children from around the world. Show more
With Francine Stock. Including a discussion on new drama Everest, Alfred Hitchcock's love for the Royal Albert Hall and a look at the Toronto Film Festival. Show more
The head of MI5 says advances in technology mean anti-terror laws should be updated.
Marcus Brigstocke finds out about the pure and noble game of football and also FIFA, plus he tackles its problems. From September 2015. Show more
Arts news with John Wilson, including David Morrissey in new play Hangmen and the Shakespeare comedy Bill from the Horrible Histories duo Laurence Rickard and Ben Willbond. Show more
British writer Cedric Belfrage avoided prosecution after passing top secret papers to Russia in WW2. But was he acting under orders, or was he a Soviet spy? Gordon Corera reports. Show more
Peter Day reports on how the Chinese government is trying to solve its environmental problems. Show more
Is it possible to be a Republican and the leader of the opposition?
Passions are boiling over bringing disastrous consequences. Powerful and haunting novel Read by Sian Thomas. Show more
Can Will, who struggles to express emotions, help find the words to break some tricky news? With Russell Tovey. From 2015. Show more
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster as energy ministers are challenged over the removal of subsidies to solar power suppliers. Show more
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