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Spiritual reflection and prayer to start the day, with the Rev Richard Frazer of Greyfriars Kirk, Edinburgh. Show more
A look at evidence of a poultry keeper flouting laws designed to prevent the spread of bird flu. The flock in East Yorkshire was being allowed to roam outside. Show more
Interview series. In his second programme exploring boxing, Nikesh Shukla speaks to Kieran Farrell, the former professional boxer who, at 22, suffered 30 per cent brain damage. Show more
A photo of Munira Ahmed, a Muslim American woman, has been restyled into a poster similar to the famous one of Barack Obama when he was elected. Munira talks to Jane. Show more
The idea of robots goes back to the Ancient Greeks. Adam Rutherford explores the role of robots in societies and discovers they were nearly always made in our image. Show more
Documentary. A year after her death, Hunter Davies reflects on his 60-year relationship with novelist Margaret Forster, their prolific careers, and how he is coping without her. Show more
As the UK prepares to begin leaving the EU, what are the key deals to be done? How much will it cost the UK to leave the European Union? Chris Morris investigates. Show more
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Calls for the Speaker of the Commons to consider his position. A warning that austerity could last into the next decade. Hugh Sykes on the US American border. Show more
David Rothkopf discovers how modern history has changed the face of diplomacy: 1962 - the Cuban Missile Crisis. From 2017. Show more
By David Leddy. High-energy drama about three women trying to make the world a little better. Starring Patricia Hodge. Show more
Jay Rayner is in Cirencester with panellists Zoe Laughlin, Andi Oliver, Rachel McCormack and Tim Anderson. Show more
Wildfires burn an area the size of India every year and their impact is rapidly increasing. Tom Heap asks if there is a solution to the epidemic of fire. Show more
Michael Rosen and Laura Wright on the language we use to talk about animals - and the names we give our dogs. Do the words used show changing attitudes? Show more
Lord Victor Adebowale and musician Rachel Unthank join Harriett Gilbert to discuss favourite books. Show more
The government has agreed to give MPs a vote on its plan for Brexit before the deal is finalised by the EU. But they've been told that a No vote will not lead to renegotiation.
Jake Yapp attempts to save humanity from its ills though stand-up and sketch comedy. In this pilot, Jake turns his attention to the pernicious evil of TV advertisements. From 2017. Show more
Producer Jeff Pope on The Moorside starring Sheridan Smith, Annette Bening in 20th Century Women reviewed, Pygmalion at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Russian Revolution at 100. Show more
Has the culture within the NHS changed since the publication of the first independent report into the treatment of whistleblowers in 2015? Simon Cox reports. Show more
Media commentator Kevin Mulhern gives his view on the leadership situation at GDBA and RNIB, who both currently have acting chief executives. Show more
Mark Porter reports on GPs prescribing over-the-counter items, how virtual reality is being used in neuro-rehabilitation, and on detecting sore throats that need antibiotics. Show more
Amnesty report says government is behind the execution of thousands at a Syrian jail - we talk to a former detainee. Show more
Karl and his wife Genevieve have been offered a place on The Transition and attend their first briefing. Read by Bryan Dick. Show more
Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined by Andy Hamilton, Professor Jon Copley and marine biologist Helen Scales to discuss the riches still lying hidden deep within our oceans. Show more
Alicia McCarthy reports from Westminster on the latest twists and turns in the Brexit Bill. The government has offered Parliament a vote on a final Brexit deal.
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