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Cumbria has had its first TB outbreak in almost 30 years. David Gregory Kumar asks if Scottish farmers should be concerned the disease will spread over the border 30 miles away. Show more
Conversational voices of those who are inspired by birds. Tiffany Francis recalls her encounters with yellowhammers. Show more
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Peter Hitchens asks the signatories of a petition to decriminalise cannabis if they have any regrets, in light of increasing evidence of mental health dangers from using the drug. Show more
Sophie seeks love whilst her mother wants entry to a posh lady’s golf club. Stars Lucy Beaumont and Maureen Lipman. From 2015. Show more
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Will a new BT offer help the Government ensure we get better broadband? Has the athleisure trend reached its peak? And should you get compensation for disrupted rail travel? Show more
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Having grown up in the Welsh hills, Jude Rogers is drawn back to her childhood dwelling far from the London suburbs. From 2017. Show more
By Nick Warburton. Ronald Pickup stars as John Hector, who heads up an unlikely group trying to defend its home town against the worst ills of modernity. Show more
As part of GQT's 70th anniversary celebrations, the team visit the four points of the UK compass to explore the variety of climate and environment. This week it's East v West. Show more
A retired bicycle repairman is slowly inveigled into helping the son of a former friend deal with a difficult loss. Short story by Linda Cracknell, read by Paul Young. Show more
Matthew Bannister on actor Robert Hardy, scientist David Jones, actress Jeanne Moreau, furniture designer Mark Wilkinson, actor and playwright Sam Shepard. Show more
Roger Bolton asks if Radio 5 Live was right to interview controversial columnist Kevin Myers, discusses BBC plans to reinvent audio, and finds out how to relax a Prom. Show more
Molly no longer uses sign language; she has a cochlear implant, but she and her dad know her hearing is not perfect, especially when it comes to the cinema. Fi Glover presents. Show more
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The Irish prime minister has criticised the UK's approach to Brexit.
John Lloyd and Romesh Ranganathan welcome comic Phill Jupitus, criminologist Roger Graef and Bake Off’s Prue Leith. From 2017. Show more
Oliver decides it is time to move on, and Alistair shows his hand.
Irvine Welsh, bookshop economics, Morrissey's early years and CN Lester's Queer Icon Stone Butch Blues. Show more
Ritula Shah presents political debate from the Radio Theatre at Broadcasting House, London with a panel including Kate Andrews, Stella Creasy MP, Nigel Evans MP and Owen Jones. Show more
Adam Gopnik reflects on why musical theatre makes its makers miserable. He should know - he's just finished an eight week run of a musical he wrote! Show more
The first omnibus of Season 11, Broken and Mad, set in Folkestone, in the week, in 1917, when the battle of Passchendaele began. Show more
Despite the long hours and low pay working in the pie factory, Xan is finding new purpose as a wage-earner. Amanda Craig's state-of-the-nation novel, read by Amanda Lawrence. Show more
4 Extra Debut. Maxine Peake nominates her working class hero the Labour MP Ellen Wilkinson. With Matthew Parris. From 2017. 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
They met on the first brick-laying course for women and have supported each other through life in the construction industry ever since. Fi Glover presents. Show more
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