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Food security expert Professor Chris Elliott calls for greater policing to keep stolen livestock from the food chain. Presented by Charlotte Smith. Show more
Jenni Murray presents discussion on teaching the next generation the art of costume construction, plus fashion champion Livia Firth and live music from folk group the Unthanks.
Five school children starve to death in the Malaysian jungle. Lucy Ash reports on how their deaths have provoked an anguished debate about education and what it means to be Malay. Show more
Rome's famous landmark the Piazza di Spagna has a secret British history that still reverberates today. Novelist Matthew Kneale discovers the hidden Ghetto Inglese. Show more
The Sunday Times journalist Christina Lamb talks to the father of Malala, the school girl shot by the Taleban. Ziauddin's own legacy is now overshadowed by his daughter's fame. Show more
Motoring journalist Quentin Willson explains why he regrets endorsing an investment scheme, plus a look at the cavity wall guarantee scheme that has failed 'vulnerable' consumers. Show more
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A look at whether there is a culture of discrimination affecting care in some parts of the NHS, and what the prime minister's options are on curbing benefits for EU Migrants. Show more
Anne McElvoy explores the ideas of Victorian liberals John Stuart Mill and John Bright, and how a Jamaican rebellion and its bloody suppression roused them against state violence. Show more
By Eve Davies. Powerful drama about historical child abuse. Janine is a witness in a court case. Can she and her friend Mel persuade the jury their teacher abused them? Show more
In December 2013 the coastline of Lincolnshire was hit by the worst floods since 1953. Two years on Helen Mark finds new buildings, a new coastal park and newly born seal pups. Show more
The Rev Dr Sam Wells makes the Radio 4 Christmas Appeal on behalf of St Martin-in-the-Fields. Show more
Irish writer Colum McCann discusses his novel TransAtlantic, which was longlisted for the Man Booker Prize, with James Naughtie and a group of readers. Show more
Francine Stock talks to Bobby Henrey, the child star of one of the masterpieces of British cinema, Carol Reed's Fallen Idol. Show more
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Country music star Tina C explores her role as a feminist icon with Jenni Murray and a live band, as we reach 1999. From 2015. Show more
Arts news with John Wilson, including literary critic Christopher Ricks on TS Eliot's annotated poems and a review of the Arthur Miller play No Villain. Show more
Investigating the bullying and harassment allegations that have rocked the Conservative Party. John Manel reports. Show more
There is a staff shortage in the global trucking industry: could the answer be found in convincing more women to get behind the wheel? Caroline Bayley investigates. Show more
The government has put off a decision about airport expansion at Heathrow or Gatwick until summer 2016. Plus why China's millions of unregistered people are about to become legal. Show more
Carl finds himself in a desperate situation, and so he begins to formulate a plan to rid himself of Sybil. Show more
Jon Ronson meets comedian Bob Mortimer and others who have had experience of winning accolades undeservingly. From April 2013. Show more
Susan Hulme reports as the health secretary apologises over the failure by the NHS to investigate 1,000 unexpected deaths and MPs criticise US presidential hopeful Donald Trump. Show more
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Written as she approached her 98th birthday, Diana Athill shares her thoughts and feelings about death. Read by Stephanie Cole. From December 2015. Show more
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