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Spiritual reflection and prayer to start the day with the Rev Duncan MacLaren.
This edition includes a report on modern-day slavery in British farming and food production. Reporter Linsey Smith uncovers dangerous conditions and poor treatment in Lincolnshire. Show more
Jenni Murray presents a look at creating art on a 1950s knitting machine, a 500-mile pilgrimage alone, the impact of selling a family home and the attractions of a vegan lifestyle. Show more
Maria Margaronis explores the debris of Albania's past - the prisons, concrete bunkers and secret police headquarters - as the country attempts to deal with its troubled history. Show more
A portrait of Nigeria, seen through the eyes of a new generation of novelists and poets. In this edition, Wana Udobang meets the writers exploring Nigerian ideas of identity. Show more
Emma Barnett talks to a top lawyer about how they, as feminists, negotiate the contradictory world of also being orthodox Jews. Show more
You and Yours investigates allegations of lies, fraud and forgery which helped unlock pensions worth a hundred million pounds. Show more
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The latest on air strikes against Islamic State, including an assessment of the importance of oil revenue to the group and reaction from Syria and Russia. Show more
A windy day on the chalky downs, perfect for a blustery stroll. Alexandra Harris and Scarlett Baron escape from Bloomsbury with Virginia Woolf from Rodmell to the River Ouse. Show more
By Sarah Wooley. How the writing of the music for the film Watership Down allows one woman to live the life she had always wanted. Show more
Felicity Evans asks how the valleys of south Wales near Caerphilly have fared since the mines closed. She visits new parklands that have been created where the collieries stood. Show more
Michael Ball presents the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability. Show more
Diana Athill talks to Mariella Frostrup, Lee Child is observed at work, and the programme hears from three writers attempting to complete a novel in a month. Show more
Presented by Francine Stock. Terence Davies talks about Sunset Song, 18 years in the making, and virtual reality guru Chris Milk on the future of making feature films. Show more
David Cameron warns bombing campaign against Islamic State group in Syria will take time
Country music star Tina’s rural Tennessee humble childhood provided a rich seam of stories for her early work. From 2015. Show more
John Wilson talks to ballet star Carlos Acosta as he begins his farewell UK tour. Plus jazz musician Gregory Porter and a review of the musical Funny Girl starring Sheridan Smith. Show more
Suspected extremists, even children, are now routinely referred to a secretive state programme called Channel. Journalist John Ware meets some of those who have been involved. Show more
In his first interview since being ousted as CEO of Barclays, Antony Jenkins talks to the BBC's business editor Kamal Ahmed about the challenges he faced at the troubled bank. Show more
A top US official tells how America plans to defeat Islamic State. Can the Labour Party heal its deepening rift? And why the thirst for whisky has gone global. Show more
What does it mean to be normal? Travelling the UK, Jon Ronson puts a manual of mental disorders to the test. From April 2013. Show more
Sean Curran reports as there are calls for a security review over the abuse directed at some MPs over the vote on bombing Syria and for a faster roll-out of broadband services. Show more
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The great sweep of social and economic change ushered in by the railways also brought hitherto untold feats of engineering. Show more
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