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Farming news. Anna Hill asks if farmers should be part of the solution to flooding as parts of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland continue to struggle following the deluge. Show more
Jane Garvey presents the programme that offers a female perspective on the world. Aimee Mullins is the latest interviewee in The Chain, and we hear from women hit by romance fraud. Show more
Fi Glover with a conversation about overcoming the legacy of the Troubles, after growing up with a father in the RUC, always feeling anxious whether he would come home again. Show more
Sanjeev Kohli travels to Blairqhuan, a castle in the Scottish glens, to find out what happened when a Chinese company bought up the property in 2012. Show more
As an old man prepares to leave the Island of Barra forever, he remembers the love of his life. With June Watson. From 2015. Show more
Victoria Derbyshire has kept a diary since she was a child. She talks to fellow diarist Alastair Campbell about diary writing and why he chose to make his diaries public. Show more
Consumer affairs programme. This year's trend for kitsch Christmas decor. From painted glass tree ornaments to neon reindeer - how much is too much? Show more
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Anne McElvoy traces the influence on British liberalism of Mary Wollstonecraft, who vindicated the rights of women, and Thomas Clarkson, who campaigned to end the slave trade. Show more
Phoebe is under the spotlight, and Adam is concerned about Charlie.
Slave merchant Ibn awaits for his family to arrive in Tumanbay. In the palace, Sarah the slave-girl is recruited by Gregor, to spy on the chief wife Shajar. Show more
Paul Lewis takes listeners' queries and views on all aspects of personal credit, loans, cards, credit reports. Show more
Including a look at dismantling Europe's largest brain bank, tackling climate change with psychology and trigger warnings for English literature students. Show more
Laurie Taylor explores the country's forgotten acres and looks at how employees create a sense of 'home' at work. Show more
Including a look at the impact of the TV leadership debates, royal interview conditions, and how Donald Trump is using social media in his presidential campaign. Show more
An NHS trust has been strongly criticised for failing to carry out proper investigations into the deaths of more than a thousand people who had mental health problems.
Mr and Mrs Wrigglesworth are thinking about getting a pet, while Tom’s planning a weekend getaway. With Kate Anthony. From 2015. Show more
John Wilson talks to Peter Mullan about his new film Hector, and artist Michael Craig-Martin discusses the extraordinary art collector Peggy Guggenheim. Show more
Combative, provocative and engaging debate on the topic of the selfie culture. Chaired by Michael Buerk with Matthew Taylor, Giles Fraser, Anne McElvoy and Claire Fox. Show more
Professor Christine Nicol explores the meaty problem of eating aliens and how to choose. Jake the spaceman crashes on a planet and has to eat the locals. Do they feel pain? Show more
NHS Confederation chair Stephen Dorrell calls a report on deaths in the NHS 'depressing' and says it points to a long standing issue. Show more
When Gail takes her husband's car she embarks on a journey that has a surprising destination. With Sarah Hadland. From 2015. Show more
Ian Leslie unearths the often surprising first literary attempts of the likes of JK Rowling and Dan Brown. From October 2013. Show more
Sean Curran reports from Westminster, as George Osborne stands in for David Cameron at Prime Minister's Questions. Show more
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Diana Athill reveals how she relinquished her independence and moved into a London residential care home. Read by Stephanie Cole. From December 2015. Show more
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