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Anna Hill has reacion from the industry to Michael Gove's appointment as Defra secretary. Plus a look at inter-cropping as crop protection. Show more
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Art can bring the dead back to life, argues the best-selling novelist Hilary Mantel, starting with the story of her own great-grandmother. Show more
Discouraging manspreading in public. How a Conservative deal with the DUP is going down with Northern Irish women. Sports days: love taking part or try your best to avoid them? Show more
There are tales of caucus races, flightless pigeons and an auction house as Brett Westwood explores our relationship with that icon of extinction, the dodo. Show more
Laura Barton visits Belfast to gauge its musical temperature in the company of composers and performers from different traditions. Show more
What is fire, why is it hot, and why can you see it in the dark? Drs Adam Rutherford and Hannah Fry investigate. Show more
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The invasion of Iraq and its fallout, as witnessed by the BBC's Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen. Show more
Josie Long presents stories about pausing from a house stopped in time to difficulties watching your child grow up. From 2017. Show more
Helen Castor, Fiona Watson and Francis Pryor consider a medieval zombie apocalypse in north Yorkshire and the demise of the whisky industry in north east Scotland. Show more
Joshua Rozenberg presents a special live edition of the legal magazine which discusses what the election result means for our courts, prisons and those seeking access to justice. Show more
Harriett Gilbert talks favourite books with comedian Nathan Caton and science presenter Adam Rutherford. Paul Auster and the life story of Paul Canoville are both on the table. Show more
A deal to prop up a minority Conservative government is expected to be signed tomorrow.
Alexei on growing up in a communist household, his drug-dealer career and his physical attraction to Boris Johnson. From 2016. Show more
Andrew Scott plays Hamlet directed by Robert Icke, we review Whitney: Can I Be Me, about the life of Whitney Houston and author Amanda Craig on her new novel The Lie of the Land. Show more
File on 4 reveals the true scale of child sexual grooming and abuse online and asks if social media companies are doing enough to prevent paedophiles from targeting children. Show more
Partially-sighted Lambeth councillor Marsha De Cordova won the seat of Battersea in last week's election. She speaks exclusively to In Touch about her reaction and ambitions. Show more
A new generation of mental heath workers begin learning on the job through the Think Ahead scheme. Plus why children's attention to detail could demand a redesign of the classroom. Show more
Jolyon Jenkins reports on one man's attempt to create a new nation - a libertarian utopia - in what he says is unclaimed land in the Balkans. Half a million people want to join him. Show more
By Arundhati Roy. Biplab Dasgupta recalls pulling a few strings for Tilo. He also discovers some photos that are cause for disquiet. Emilio Doorgasingh reads. Show more
Teenage misadventures in the Yorkshire suburbs evoking memories of loss of virginity, house parties, and fights. From 2015. Show more
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