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A short reflection and prayer with Canon Noel Battye.
The debate over the health benefits of milk. Dairy farmers in Wales raise concerns over vegan diets. Foraging wild crab apples in Yorkshire. Charlotte Smith presents. Show more
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Diana Gould on life as a 105-year-old. Have the Harvey Weinstein allegations made men reassess how they interact, and even flirt, with women? Show more
Venta the slave keeps an observant eye on Pliny the Younger, his mother Marcella and Doris the Greek cook in this second series of adventures in 1st-century Rome. By Hattie Naylor. Show more
Wired Love, published in 1879, is a story of long-distance love over the telegraph wire - The Victorian internet. Lucy Hawking charts the impact of the book and the technology. Show more
Susan Calman tries to learn how to unwind, by going on a spontaneous holiday with John Finnemore. From 2016. Show more
Jay Owens argues that dust is a lot more interesting than we think and people should pay more attention to it. Show more
What are you spending your pension on? The number of people taking money out of their pension pots has risen by 69% in the last year. What are their retirement plans? Show more
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Louise's father has a surprise announcement. Is this the perfect happy ending his eight-year-old daughter has been dreaming of after the tragic loss of her mother? Show more
Nigel Rees hosts the quotations quiz with Simon Brett, Michele Hanson, Vanessa Feltz and Henry Normal. From October 2017. Show more
In the last programme in a four-part series about how we eat now, Sheila Dillon explores the reality and the myth of eating as a family. Show more
Interactive artwork The City Speaks captures the public's words and transcribes them into huge scrolling text. Laura Elsworthy finds out what her home city has been saying into it. Show more
Aleks Krotoski explores living in a digital world.
The CBI joins four major business groups calling for urgent progress on transition deal
David Mitchell gets Lloyd Langford, Henning Wehn, Ellie Taylor and John Finnemore to lie with some truths. From 2017. Show more
Arts news, interviews and reviews. Armistead Maupin's memoir, Logical Family; choreographer Sir Kenneth MacMillan's legacy; the new Mining Art Gallery. Show more
Behind the scenes with anti-fascist, or 'antifa', activists fighting the white nationalist alt-right in America. Why are they now taking their battle to the streets? Show more
The Houses of Parliament are in a dangerous state. But MPs and Lords are struggling to decide what to do. Chris Bowlby discovers a story of costly political paralysis. 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
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective. Amid calls for a transition period, an examination of what it means to trade on WTO rules. Show more
At the Trout Inn, three miles up the river Thames from Oxford, potboy Malcolm Polstead meets three men who are searching for a very special baby girl. 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
Sean Curran reports from Westminster as the prime minister strikes an optimistic note on Brexit talks. Jeremy Corbyn says there's been no real progress. Show more
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