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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Shaunaka Rishi Das, director of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies. Show more
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside. With a 'no deal' Brexit, could farmers do as transport secretary Chris Grayling said and just 'grow more'? Show more
Birdwatching's irreverent commentator YOLOBirder on his love of the hipster-goatee beard and slick back quiff of the brightly-coloured waxwing. Show more
News and current affairs. Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Trevor Nelson explores what it is like having half-siblings. 'Pip' tells him about her half-sibling, who has had a profound and life-changing impact on her life. Show more
Hillary Clinton gives her verdict on why she lost the USA presidential election. Plus Dany Cotton, the first female commissioner of the London Fire Brigade, on her role. Show more
Brett Westwood explores how the venerable, slow moving and long-lived turtle has become a symbol of good fortune and stability while being hunted for tortoiseshell and turtle soup. Show more
Documentary. Libby Purves follows the story of the Bridge, London's ambitious new-built theatre in the shadow of Tower Bridge, founded by Nicholas Hytner and Nick Starr. Show more
Property rights for the world's poor could unlock trillions in 'dead capital'. According to one economist, the value of extralegal property globally exceeds 10 trillion dollars. Show more
Winifred Robinson presents a phone-in on house prices, asking listeners what has happened to prices where they live. Show more
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News with Martha Kearney including analysis of the increase in hate crime plus coverage of the inflation rise and debate on whether teens need more time with their parents. Show more
How to have a better brain by managing stress. Sian Williams meets the neuroscientists with the latest research on why keeping your cool will boost your brain power. Show more
Boxer turned businessman Joe finds himself in the biggest fight of his life - to stay alive. Thriller starring Robert Glenister. Show more
Jay Rayner and the panel visit Pangbourne College in Berkshire. Dr Annie Gray, Andi Oliver, Tim Anderson and Sophie Wright answer the questions. Show more
Where do the contents of our bins end up? Tom Heap lifts the lid on the recycling industry to find out what happens to our waste beyond the kerbside collection. Show more
Michael Rosen and Dr Laura Wright discuss with geneticist Steve Jones how language is used to talk about genetics, and how genetics, in turn, influences language. Show more
Owen Jones and Georgia LA join Harriett Gilbert to discuss favourite books, including The Line of Beauty by Alan Hollinghurst and The Power by Naomi Alderman. Show more
Inflation has risen to 3% - its highest level for more than five years. Average wage increases are falling further behind price rises. But pensioners will be protected.
Tim visits Greenwich and chats to a museum curator about airport security, and there is a song about cake and milk. From 2017. Show more
St Vincent discusses her new album Masseduction; poet Daljit Nagra on poetry in TV and radio adverts; novelist Andrew Michael Hurley; and Gunter Grass's The Tin Drum on stage. Show more
Kevin Nunes was murdered in 2002, but no-one is in prison, after alleged police misconduct at the heart of the case. After 15 years, will anyone be held to account? Show more
Joy Addo, Tom Skelton and Mani Djazmi join Peter White for Young Blindness for Beginners. They offer tips and advice on losing sight from a younger perspective. Show more
Dr Mark Porter on Dr Google, NHS plans for GPs to ask patients about their sexual orientation, hypermobility - missed and mismanaged, and surgery for people with COPD. Show more
Islamic State loses control of the Syrian city of Raqqa. Plus a report on a curious economic marriage between China and Greece and House of Lords term limits. Show more
In 1962, prison guard Thomas Scott investigates the story of condemned man William Telfer - and begins to believe he is innocent. Read by Jimmy Chisholm. Show more
Fred MacAulay presents stand-up comedians Sindhu Vee, Susie McCabe, John Hastings and Gary Delaney recorded at the Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh. Show more
Boris Johnson says EU negotiators need to 'get serious' to speed up the slow-moving talks on Brexit. Sean Curran reports on MPs reaction to the foreign secretary's words. Show more
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