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Spiritual reflection and prayer to start the day with the Rev Duncan MacLaren.
The Welsh badger vaccination programme is suspended because of a global shortage of the vaccine. NFU president Meurig Raymond is in Paris for the climate change talks. Show more
Listener Week: Talking about crafting, learning to read as an adult, the challenges of having a partner of a different faith, and the relationship women have with their breasts. Show more
Fi Glover introduces a conversation between a Salvation Army chaplain and a young women with a troubled past, who is now forging ahead on her own. Show more
Lucy Kellaway explores whether we should be more open about our pay. Visiting companies with unusual pay policies, she asks if there is a fairer way of cutting up the cake. Show more
Highlights of the all-star gala thrown to honour comedy writer and performer Barry Cryer as he turns 80. Show more
Mary Ann Sieghart concludes her series of interviews with those who have killed someone, by talking to Charles Hanson, convicted for the murder of his wife, Julie. Show more
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Analysis of news and current affairs, presented by Mark Mardell. MPs to debate Syria airstrikes motion. Show more
Alexandra Harris and St Ives writer Michael Bird head off towards Zennor from St Ives to rediscover Woolf's favourite landscapes. Show more
Tumanbay, heart of a vast empire, is threatened by a rebellion and a mysterious force devouring the empire from within. Show more
The latest renting and letting issues. What will the impact be on landlords and tenants from the stamp duty increase on buy-to-lets? Show more
Claudia Hammond finds out why bilingualism protects against damage caused by a stroke. Kevan Jones MP talks about his own mental health. Plus the success of talking therapies. Show more
Laurie Taylor takes a sociological look at the mundane and prosaic, from christmas decorations to cafe society. Show more
Including Lord Puttnam on his new inquiry into the future of public service broadcasting, Peter Salmon on BBC Studios and a look at the enduring appeal of I'm a Celebrity. Show more
Cameron calls for attacks on "medieval monsters", Corbyn warns of mission creep. The Treasury wants to make public sector redundancy deals less generous
Bad news for Mr and Mrs Wrigglesworth about a friend. Granny helps Tom with a "gambling situation". With Paul Copley. From 2015. Show more
Arts news with Kirsty Lang. Jason Solomons reviews A Very Murray Christmas, and Xian Zhang talks about becoming guest conductor of BBC National Orchestra of Wales. Show more
Combative, provocative and engaging debate on the topic of moral certainty. Chaired by David Aaronovitch with Matthew Taylor, Claire Fox, Michael Portillo and Anne McElvoy. Show more
Ann York discusses diagnoses - and how receiving one of her own has made her think differently about giving them to others. Show more
Clare Jenkins talks to parents of premature babies and to medical staff in the neonatal unit of King's College Hospital in London, who devote their lives to helping babies survive. Show more
This edition focuses on the ten-and-a-half-hour parliamentary debate on possible military action against IS, reaction from Syria and RAF planes being put on on standby. Show more
Carl's situation goes from bad to worse as Dermot puts more pressure on him, threatening to go to the police. Show more
Beverley, once an avid traveller, now prefers watching baking programmes - but why? Stars Samantha Spiro. From 2015. Show more
4 Extra Debut. Ian Leslie with the spoof documentary that sheds light on what the world's best-known writers did for a living before they became famous. From October 2013. Show more
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster as MPs vote on military action in Syria.
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The great sweep of social and economic change which the railways initiated meant that not only could we now move faster, but things were different when we stopped too. Show more
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