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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with the Rev Mary Stallard, director of the St Giles RE Centre, Wrexham. Show more
Anna Hill celebrates the return of fenland celery in Cambridgeshire, a little-known Victorian winter speciality. Show more
Fi Glover introduces a conversation between a couple for whom the chemistry was instant, fuelled by foreign attraction Show more
Jonathan Freedland tells the story of how his sister Fiona prepared a unique audio legacy for her family and friends in the weeks leading up to her death. Show more
Martha Kearney reviews secret government files from 1986, the year of US air strikes against Libya, the Chernobyl disaster and Prince Andrew's wedding to Sarah Ferguson. Show more
A British P&O liner is torpedoed killing 334, including women and children, and at the Bevan Hospital an injured soldier avoids returning to duty. Show more
Small businesses in flood-affected regions urge the government to start a 'Flood Re'-type scheme to insure them in the future. Plus why sales of diaries are up in 2015. Show more
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More floods across the UK and apologies over a 1985 memo blaming riots on the 'bad moral attitudes' of young black men involved. Show more
Former universities minister David Willetts thinks universities should play a bigger role in vocational training. Apprenticeships, he says, have got far too much attention. Show more
General Qulan arrives in the provinces to gather the armies to fight rebel "queen" Maya. In Tumanbay, Gregor is under pressure to find the spies. Show more
Ruth Alexander and guests hear listeners' questions about mixing money and personal relationships. Show more
A bioacoustics scientist, an echolocation scientist and an acoustic engineer are among those who listen to spaces and places and study how we can see with sound. Show more
Laurie Taylor presents a programme that explores the pleasures and dangers in keeping up appearances. Show more
Topical programme about the fast-changing media world. TV remakes from Poldark to Birds of a Feather. Is this risk averse television or a risky business? Show more
Bad weather continues to batter the UK. Bill Cosby has been charged with sexual assault.
What do long term partners really argue about? Frank Skinner's sharp comedy with Katherine Parkinson. From December 2015. Show more
Sketch comedy from Jocelyn Jee Esien. Includes Dionne Button MP and a power-hungry traffic warden. From 2015. Show more
John Wilson hears from the actors, musicians and artists who have been centre stage in 2015 Show more
Over several months, Manveen Rana accompanies the Dhnie family from Syria as the mother, father and their three children risk everything in a remarkable journey to Germany. Show more
Christine Nicol explores the meaty problem of eating aliens. What if they are like people? Show more
As Storm Frank continues to wreak havoc in parts of the UK, we examine links between El Nino and unseasonal weather around the world, including the North Pole.
At a cocktail party, with the absence of the hostess, our Lady begins to think she’s in the wrong flat. Read by Claire Skinner. Show more
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With their ship locked in ice, the film crew attempt to walk across the frozen Antarctic waters to film a colony of Gentoo penguins on a tiny island. Show more
With Germany now split into East and West, the Meisels are no longer able to visit the lake house. Ella Fuhrman and her children move in. But soon, they are not the only tenants. Show more
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