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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with David Moffitt, senior lecturer in New Testament studies at the University of St Andrews. Show more
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside. Animal welfare supporters claim failure to class animals as 'sentient beings' in UK law must be changed before Brexit. Show more
Musician Fyfe Dangerfield imagines his perfect outfit - a technicolour dreamcoat resplendent in the shimmering hues of the bee-eater. Show more
Samantha Simmonds has children who constantly compete with one another. She speaks to Alison Pike, a professor of child and family psychology about sibling rivalry. Show more
Ahead of the Autumn budget, the launch of a tampon tax calculator to work out the cost of menstrual products during a lifetime plus the best place to live out your days. Show more
Robert Forrest's popular thriller set in 10th-century Japan. Lady Shonagon has disgraced herself in front of the new empress - who has sent her spies out to investigate. Show more
Brett Westwood learns that there is a lot more to our relationship with reindeer than Rudolph. Show more
Artists at the forefront of Latin America's protest art movement examine the complex social purpose of graffiti art in Mexico and Columbia. Show more
On this day in 1917, the Bolsheviks disbanded the Women's Battalions, while in Tynemouth, Sarah Illingworth brings discipline to the Marshalls' munitionettes. Show more
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4 Extra Debut. Kevin Whately stars as Kempton Bunton, the Newcastle pensioner who stole Goya's portrait of the Duke of Wellington in 1961. Show more
Josie Long presents stories about spellcraft, poetry and art coming to life, from tales of Sappho to gallery art. From 2017. Show more
Five of the Solomon Islands in the Pacific have already been lost to sea level rise. Ellen Husain visits the islands to meet the people on the front line of climate change. Show more
Joshua Rozenberg talks to the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales in his first interview since taking office and explains what can be done to gain back public confidence. Show more
Alexei Sayle and Meg Rosoff trade favourite books with Harriett Gilbert, including A High Wind in Jamaica, Mistakes Were Made (But Not By Me) and Friends in High Places. Show more
As his resignation letter was read out in Parliament, MPs roared their approval. When the news spread, thousands of Zimbabweans took the streets to celebrate.
Whilst tracking his cat food delivery, Ed unearths a world of self-satisfaction surveys. Stars Christopher Douglas. From 2017. Show more
The announcement of the Costa Book Awards shortlists, actor John Lithgow who stars in Daddy's Home 2, and a review of the new exhibition by Amedeo Modigliani at Tate Modern. Show more
Documentary. Byron Vincent joins the Violence Reduction Unit in Glasgow to see how they turn young men away from lives of violence and chaos. Show more
News for the blind or partially sighted. Lucy Edwards, a vlogger training to be a journalist, and Sean Dilley, a BBC reporter, compare notes on working without sight in the media. Show more
Our sense of reward is essential for survival; Claudia Hammond meets the winners of the 2017 Brain Prize to discuss their groundbreaking work on how the brain processes reward. Show more
As the battle for their city intensifies, and fearing for Nadia's safety, Saeed makes a proposal. Nikesh Patel reads Mohsin Hamid's Man Booker shortlisted novel about displacement. Show more
Fred MacAulay presents stand up comedians Paul Tonkinson, Vladimir McTavish, Athena Kugblenu and Mick Ferry, recorded at the Stand Comedy Club in Edinburgh. Show more
Susan Hulme reports as MPs challenge the foreign secretary over the impact of Brexit on Northern Ireland and the debate on the EU Withdrawal Bill prompts fresh arguments. Show more
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