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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with the Reverend Andrew Martlew, former army chaplain. Show more
How will the UK's fishing fleets fare after Brexit? The search for new farmers in Wales. Rescuing Norfolk's historic milestones. Show more
The dunnock is a newly-appreciated bird in the O'Leary household and as Dermot potters around the garden, he admires its work ethic and understated beauty. Show more
Paloma Faith on what inspired her new album, The Architect. Poet Paula Meehan reads 'The View from Under the Table' for Children in Need. And teaching children about consent. Show more
Dexter's teacher wants to help, but it just makes things worse. And now Skye is more frightened than ever. Stars Sydney Wade. Show more
Andy Zaltzman spends a week living by the rules of the Stoic school of philosophy to explore if the teachings of the ancient Greeks can be applied to 21st-century problems. Show more
Max and Mike try to live ethically, so how can they choose a holiday? Stars Marcus Brigstocke and Kerry Godliman. From 2017. Show more
On this day in 1917, sculptor Auguste Rodin died, and in Tynemouth, it is clear that Lester Reed has been thinking. Show more
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All Christine wants is a badge, so people understand she is not a bad mum, it is just that her son is autistic. Chloe needs sleep. Both need love. Starring Katherine Kelly. Show more
Peter Gibbs and the panel visit Warsash in Hampshire. Chris Beardshaw, Pippa Greenwood and Bunny Guinness answer the horticultural questions. Show more
By Peter Bradshaw. It is the allure and perils of roulette machines, as our narrator cooks up a new system to defy the odds. It lands him in trouble though. Read by Daniel Mays. Show more
Obituary Series. Matthew Bannister on barrister Lord Hutchinson QC, art historian Linda Nochlin, Native American activist Dennis Banks and computer pioneer Geoff Tootill. Show more
Radio 4's forum for audience comment. Roger Bolton speaks to Jon Manel about his series The Adoption and to Sioned Wiliam, Radio 4's commissioning editor for comedy. Show more
Theresa May told she must deliver "much more progress" if trade talks are to begin soon
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis re-cap the week through topical stand-up and sketches with guests Darren Harriot, Sophie Willan, Jake Yapp, Gemma Arrowsmith and William Sitwell. Show more
Fenella Fielding on the Carry On films, Morecambe and Wise, and Henrik Ibsen. Plus the painter Gluck, famous for fashion and self-portraits with her lovers. Show more
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Elland in Yorkshire with Tracy Brabin MP, Madeleina Kay, Marnie Millard and Owen Paterson MP. Show more
A reflection on a topical issue. Will Self on how wearing glasses has become something that is entirely unremarkable. Show more
The first omnibus of Season 12, Giddy with Possibility, in Tynemouth, when the Finnish Parliament declared its independence from Russia. From November 2017. Show more
As regional branches of Zimbabwe's ruling Zanu-PF party join growing calls for Robert Mugabe to resign, we speak to the head of an election monitoring group. Show more
Now a successful producer of reality TV, Kif's life feels as hollow and morally lost as Heidl's. Lunch with Pia brings back old memories and awkward questions. Show more
Jon McGregor and Cathy Rentzenbrink talk favourite books with Harriett Gilbert, including Moon Tiger by Penelope Lively, Things That Are by Amy Leach and This Boy by Alan Johnson. Show more
Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster.
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