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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Julia Neuberger, senior rabbi at the West London Synagogue.
Tesco named and shamed by the supermarket ombudsman for delaying payments to suppliers. Groceries Code adjudicator Christine Tacon explains the findings of her investigation. Show more
Jenni Murray talks to the FA's new head of women's football, Baroness Sue Campbell. Plus chronic fatigue in teenage girls, children and swearing, and women in Homer's Iliad. Show more
Fi Glover introduces a conversation between a couple who have never married; they reflect on the reasons why not, and whether or not their children will eventually tie the knot. Show more
Gavin Esler investigates the story of Hermann Goering's lesser-known brother Albert, who claimed he saved the lives of those threatened by Nazi persecution. Show more
One of the women gets devastating news, Chippy's lie comes back to haunt her, and Gordon can’t cope with any of it. From 2016. Show more
On this day the Military Service Act was passed making conscription legal, and in Folkestone Adeline and Phyllis do their best for Victor. Show more
Consumer affairs, including the story of a gang that stole £5 million from small firms by selling bogus adverts. Presented by Winfred Robinson. Show more
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Farrah Jarral explores the legacy of one of the most influential anthropologists of all, Franz Boas. Show more
Convinced of victory by the words of the prophet child, the sultan is now ready to march out with his armies and destroy rebellious provincial leader Maya. Show more
Ruth Alexander and guests assess world economic woes and the current market turmoil. The experts say 'don't panic'. But how serious is the slowdown in China? Show more
Why are Premier League footballers so prone to arthritis? Dr Mark Porter visits Southampton FC, where a hip stretch and flexibility programme has dramatically reduced injuries. Show more
Laurie Taylor considers what is at stake in the new politics of culture and creativity. Plus why people begrudge spending on security. Show more
Including outgoing Channel 4 chair Terry Burns, plus BBC and Channel 4 diversity champions discuss industry challenges, and Financial Times staff vote to strike. Show more
An agreement to clamp down on tax avoidance
David Cameron is"angry" about Google's tax
Adventuring comedian Tim FitzHigham recreates an age-old bet to see if he can navigate central London blindfolded. From 2015. Show more
Arts news, interviews and reviews, including Gina McKee and Christopher Hampton on The Mother, Malian singer Rokia Traore and the day-to-day routines of ancient Egyptians. Show more
Another chance to hear three of the best recent episodes of Four Thought, each addressing hinge moments in the history of war and terror and re-assessing the response of the west. Show more
Alex Beaumont, who grew up in the north of England, questions the meaning of 'the north'. How does it relate to the north of Scotland or Ireland? Show more
Naomi Alderman looks at how Margaret Cavendish got entangled in the birth of the scientific method. Show more
Should convicted criminals be allowed to remain anonymous? And remembering the Holocaust - The World Tonight brings together two genocide survivors. Show more
4 Extra Debut. An app is developed to stop communication. Secrets of the Institute of Radiophonic Evolution. With William Beck. From 2016. Show more
The funny, sad and bewildering interactions of a community psychiatric nurse's rounds. Starring Esther Coles. From February 2014. Show more
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster as the Google tax row dominates Prime Minister's Question Time. Show more
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Joseph Roth stumbles off the train at Ostend, just as Irmgard Keun decides to stay in the resort too. They are destined to meet. Show more
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