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A reading, reflection and prayer, with Jonathan Rea.
The programme continues its tour of the UK, finding out what rural communities' concerns are ahead of the general election. This edition hears from the horticulture industry. Show more
Bristol-based bird scientist Peter Rock talks about his decades of research into urban lesser black backed gulls, including surprising finds in Morocco. Show more
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In the second of a two part series about families with inherited genetic disorders, Jane Hill meets John Jennings, who does not know if he has inherited a rare form of Alzheimer's. Show more
Maxine Peake and former sexual health worker Sara Rowbotham on bringing the experience of girls groomed and sexually abused in Rochdale to the screen. Show more
Monica Grady, professor of planetary science at the Open University, explores the nature of carbon, from its formation in distant stars to its uses and abuses on Earth. Show more
Frances Fyfield is joined by conductor Gianandrea Noseda to explore the often feverish handwriting of one of the most popular opera's ever written, Puccinini's La Boheme. Show more
On this day in 1917, an all-female Russian unit called the Women's Battalion of Death was established, and in Folkestone, Kitty is in need of female friendship. Show more
The WannaCry computer virus has affected 200,000 computers in 150 countries. Have you had experience of ransomware, or been affected by a cyber attack? Show more
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BBC Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen recalls the devastation of the first Gulf war as he witnesses the horrific aftermath of the bombing of a shelter in Baghdad. Show more
As slave trader Ibn, accused of hoarding heretical text, seeks justice from the new regime's religious courts, news arrives of a devastating plague. Show more
Josie Long presents stories for those far from home - unsent postcards, a last message and the journey for home. From 2017. Show more
The construction of enormous new hydro-electric dams threaten life on one of south east Asia's most vital rivers. Peter Hadfield reports from the banks of the Mekong. Show more
With 99 per cent of 8 to 15-year-olds playing video games, Michael Rosen and Dr Laura Wright explore how gaming is influencing language and storytelling. Show more
Whitehall journalist Sue Cameron chooses William the Conqueror's aunt, Emma of Normandy. With Matthew Parris. From 2017. Show more
The Labour leader has launched the party's manifesto in Bradford
Overblown, melodramatic modern life. With Daniel Rigby, Mike Wozniak, Cariad Lloyd, Henry Paker and Jessica Ransom. From 2016. Show more
Nicole Taylor, writer of Three Girls, based on the Rochdale abuse cases; US artist Mark Bradford who is exhibiting at the Venice Biennale; Bafta-winning director Joe Wright. Show more
Are police forces failing to properly investigate complaints or follow recommendations from the watchdog, the IPCC, despite a series of reforms aimed at improving transparency? Show more
News, views and information for people who are blind or partially sighted. Author Sebastien Lancrenon on his new musical about the life and achievements of Louis Braille. Show more
Could more awareness of our unconscious biases help to overcome this common hurdle in everyday life? Claudia Hammond hosts a special edition from the Royal Institution in London. Show more
November 1746. Fresh off the boat in New York, Smith takes a walk on the Broad-Way – but not unobserved. Read by Jamie Parker. Show more
Adil Ray hosts a comedy show looking back at the last week on social media. He is joined by comedians Katy Brand and Nick Doody with help from social media guru David Schneider. Show more
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