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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Tony Macauley.
New research on the effects of pesticides on honey bees. And Cornish cauliflower growers are desperate for colder weather to stop crops going to waste. Show more
Jenny Murray presents. Items include the historic first female vote in Saudi Arabia's elections, women in jazz and the science of visual attractiveness. Show more
Fi Glover introduces a conversation between friends who identify as non-binary, so prefer the pronoun they to he or she. Show more
Lucy Kellaway asks whatever happened to the 9 to 5? Talking to business leaders and office workers, she finds out how Britain ended up with a long hours office culture. 1/3. Show more
Fighting over the Welfare State with the aid of a lager can, a fake police uniform and an actor. Stars Catriona Knox. From 2015. Show more
Dominic Lawson takes on the world's greatest chess player, Magnus Carlsen, and asks if it would not be better for Magnus to put his extraordinary intelligence to another use. Show more
Some families of people with dementia who die in care homes are forced to wait weeks or months for a burial because the law requires that an inquest is carried out. Show more
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Lenny Henry talks to Isaac Julien about his work as an out gay film-maker, who confronted issues of discrimination within the African Caribbean community. From November 2015. Show more
By award-winning writer Tom Wells. The heroic journey of Withernsea lad Jamie 'Jonesy' Jones, from chronic asthma sufferer to graduate in GCSE PE. Show more
Lesley Curwen and guests discuss the payment revolution, including mobile payments, contactless cards and virtual currencies. Show more
How astronauts' view of Earth from space changes their perspective on life, the All in the Mind Awards, the history of crying, and why people get worse at lying with age. Show more
New research on how society works, presented by Laurie Taylor. Elite Jobs: Laurie explores the way top companies in the US and UK choose employees. Plus hairdressing as a craft. Show more
The programme looks at how the media mobilised crews to cover events in Paris, and MP Jesse Norman explains why he's written to Lord Hall with concerns about BBC Studios proposals. Show more
2 suspects killed in anti-terror operation in Paris. Livingstone apologises in psychiatric help row. All coal-fired power stations to close.
Tom and Dad fret about some potentially brushes with the law, while mum prepares for a new lodger. With Paul Copley. From 2015. Show more
Arts news with John Wilson, including a look at the exhibition Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution, plus Jon Savage talks about his novel 1966: The Year the Decade Exploded. Show more
Combative, provocative and engaging debate on the topic of Islamic terrorism. Chaired by Michael Buerk with Matthew Taylor, Claire Fox, Michael Portillo and Anne McElvoy. Show more
David Attenborough and film director James Cameron join Tom Heap to preview the 2015 Paris Climate Conference. Can the world's leaders come to an agreement on the warming planet? Show more
A third death has abruptly re-opened the murder inquiry. Peter Sargeant feels impelled to take action. Read by Jamie Parker. Show more
4 Extra Debut. On holiday, Lorna observes two families in the next villa, which threatens her future and theirs. With Lesley Sharp. From 2015. Show more
The horses fall out over literary matters. An epistolary equine love story starring Stephen Fry and Daniel Rigby. From January 2014. Show more
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster, as the prime minister indicates his willingness to use military force against the group Islamic State in Syria. Show more
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Elvis Costello leaves Liverpool to make his fortune in London. But an early marriage, fatherhood and a dead-end job seem to be at odds with the life of a would-be popstar. Show more
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