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The way forward for rural Britain, beating plant disease at UK garden centres, a new farming coalition ahead of Brexit, and a fresh beginning on the Norfolk Broads. Show more
4 Extra Debut. David Temple has an imagined conversation with his late brother-in-law Derek Jarman. The two differ but mutual affection shines in the years since he died in 1994. Show more
This edition covers UK girls too poor to buy sanitary products, how it feels to be cared for, Catherine Mayer on gender equality, 10,000 irises as art, and American women and guns. Show more
Pressure mounts on Emma to tell her best friend Kirsty about her affair - news that could ruin both their relationship and Kirsty's business. Show more
Documentary. Timandra Harkness explores the devices and technologies being developed that allow the perception of previously un-sensed information about the world around us. Show more
Fatima Al Qadiri explores how the sounds of war run through modern music and how artists are using these sounds to challenge the violence that created them. Show more
'Why does the Earth spin?' asks Joe Wills from Accra in Ghana. Our scientific sleuths investigate. Show more
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A deputy governor of the Bank of England resigns over family connections to Barclays. How vulnerable is the UK to cyber attacks? We hear from the man responsible for protecting us. Show more
A story of death, sex and elite Chinese politics, told by the BBC's China editor, Carrie Gracie. A mystery with major consequences. The mayor takes the story to the national stage. Show more
The mother of a boy on a life support machine asks for Joe's help and tells him something which changes everything. With Alun Armstrong and Deborah Findlay. Show more
Josie Long presents stories on people taking a leap of faith - from acts of love and courage to pinball wizardry. From 2017. Show more
Two remarkable women have found a formula to save the Indonesian rainforest. A dentist and a doctor, they offer cheap healthcare to villages who stop cutting down the rainforest. Show more
Harriet Harman and Pete Paphides champion favourite books with Harriett Gilbert. Under discussion, We Need to Talk About Kevin by Lionel Shriver and Julian Cope's autobiography. Show more
The Bank of England's newly appointed deputy governor, Charlotte Hogg, has resigned after being criticised for breaking the bank's own code of conduct.
Harry Secombe and Bill leave for a holiday in Southend, but they end up in Paris. Stars Andy Secombe. From March 2017. Show more
John Harle on how to play the saxophone, highlights from London Book Fair, singer-songwriter ESKA on getting funding. Show more
John Simpson is put in charge of the New Words group, and starts to investigate the world of Rastafarianism. The poet Benjamin Zephaniah teaches him the fine art of 'skanking'. Show more
Prisons are awash with drugs and mobiles, fuelling violence and crime. But how is so much getting in? File on 4 examines claims that staff are behind the bulk of the smuggling. Show more
Ian Brooks was invited for a job interview but when he said he had a guide dog, it was withdrawn. Declan O'Dempsey explains the legal implications. Tom Walker reports from the gym. Show more
In this edition: bisphosphonates for osteoporosis, IBS and diet, CRP testing for chest infections to identify when antibiotics are needed, and randomisation. Show more
How does the diplomatic spat with Turkey play into the Dutch election? The World Tonight reports from a stronghold of the far-right Freedom Party. Show more
As the news from France darkens, Lizzie has a secret she must hide from Diner. Read by Hattie Morahan and Carl Prekopp. Show more
From Sarah’s award-winning live solo show about a teenager's desire to be popular as well as the art of storytelling. From 2017. Show more
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
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