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Spiritual reflection to start the day, with Bishop David Chillingworth of the Scottish Episcopal Church. Show more
The Scottish government has been ordered to release the names of fish farms with the highest levels of sea lice. Campaigners say it will give consumers a more informed choice. Show more
Conversational voices of those who listen to and are inspired by birds. Chris Jones was brought a swift which had fallen from its nest, hand reared it releases it back to the wild. Show more
Sue MacGregor's guests recall the 2007 collapse of Northern Rock, the Newcastle-based bank whose rapid growth came to symbolise the region's renaissance. Show more
The use of violent language; author Siri Hustvedt's collection of essays; volunteering at orphanages; Chris Hemmings and Be A Man. Show more
Lots of people wear wigs - but they keep them secret. Brian Kernohan explores the hidden world of wigs and asks whether it could be a solution to his own not-so-secret hair loss. Show more
Geoff negotiates the generous Swedish parental benefits system, the rewards - and otherwise - of dealing with a marauding toddler, and the terrifying perfectionism of Swedish dads. Show more
On this day in 1917, the British government officially denied attempting a peace deal with Germany, and in Folkestone, Ivy Layton's suspicions grow more acute. Show more
Consumer news and issues. Tens of thousands of new homes could be built under government plans to tackle the housing crisis. Show more
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Michael Blastland investigates why summer-born children do worse than those born in autumn or winter. Show more
4 Extra Debut. Lester holds a childhood secret that has scarred his life, but he’s decided to write a tell all book. Stars Stephen Tompkinson. Show more
Eric Robson hosts a correspondence edition of the programme from Tresco Abbey Garden on the Isles of Scilly. Pippa Greenwood, James Wong and Bob Flowerdew answer the questions. Show more
Short story by Dermot Bolger. A widow is shocked to discover that a mysterious woman has been visiting her husband's grave and claiming to be his wife. Read by Ruth McCabe. Show more
Matthew Bannister on theatre director Sir Peter Hall, radical feminist Kate Millett, Tory MP Sir Edward Du Cann, writer JP Donleavy. Show more
Investigating the numbers in the news. Has the number of natural disasters really quadrupled in the last forty years? Show more
Junior doctors who love their work but feel they could do it better if the pressure was less. Fi Glover presents. Show more
A home-made bomb has injured 22 people on a London Underground train. Police are treating the incident as a terrorist attack.
Andy Hamilton, Desiree Burch, Hugo Rifkind and Kerry Godliman hash out the week's news which includes a double defeat for May, Clinton's new book and a drunk Welshman. Show more
Jack Dee talks to John Wilson about his new sitcom Bad Move. Plus Joanna Trollope announces the shortlist for this year's National Short Story Award. Show more
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate from Thomas Hardye School in Dorchester with a panel including Simon Boyd, Sir Vince Cable, Caroline Flint and Sir Patrick McLoughlin. Show more
Monica Ali reflects on the 'cult of authenticity' and asks what it means to be 'authentic'. Show more
The seventh omnibus of Season 11, Broken and Mad, set in Folkestone, in the week, in 1917, when Kerensky's provisional government proclaimed a Russian republic. Show more
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective. After London tube bomb, another attack 'may be imminent'. Show more
Falk and Raco confront the killer, and the threat of tragedy. Thriller in drought-ravaged Australia read by Richard Goulding. Show more
Renowned economist Nicholas Stern chooses 'the Greatest' - boxer Muhammad Ali. With Matthew Parris. From 2017. Show more
Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster.
A father who donated a kidney to a stranger wants to know what his daughter feels about it. Fi Glover presents. Show more
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