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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 cost of rural fly-tipping, help for UK mushroom farmers and bringing agriculture into the playground. Show more
Musician Fyfe Dangerfield describes being enthralled by the rapid, bombing dive of a gannet fishing out at sea and the magic of unexpectedly seeing one up close. Show more
Morning news and current affairs. Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
'Everybody's Talking About Jamie' the musical, policing your child's social media accounts, and does the feminist movement need to make more room for working class women? Show more
Robert Forrest's popular thriller set in 10th-century Japan. Shonagon and Saisho revisit their youth and wander the palace at night. But they are not alone. Show more
Comedian, lapsed classics student and cricket fanatic Andy Zaltzman finds that we have misunderstood what Epicureanism philosophy is really about. Show more
The family wrestle with various needs for approval from others as Mike's parents come to stay. Stars Kerry Godliman. From 2017. Show more
On this day in 1917, Rosa Luxemburg wrote from prison that the Russian revolution was a 'milestone', and in Tynemouth, the Reeds are watchful for Bolshevism. Show more
Consumer news and issues presented by Peter White. Including Black Friday, the NHS 'healthy new towns' programme and apprentice pay. Show more
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By Jonathan Davidson. A Shropshire gent from the 1500s find himself time-travelling to the Syrian border of Turkey in 2015, where he is in love and also involuntarily tweeting. Show more
Eric Robson and his panel of gardening experts visit Westcliff-on-sea in Essex. Bob Flowerdew, Christine Walkden and Matt Biggs answer questions from the audience. Show more
Obituary series. Matthew Bannister on police commissioner Lord Imbert, children's author Pat Hutchins, actor Rodney Bewes, murderer Charles Manson and pop star David Cassidy. Show more
Roger Bolton speaks to Roger Sawyer, Editor of PM, about the programme's interview with the disgraced former editor of Gay Times. Show more
A Children in Need-funded community dance project has made all the difference to one 19-year-old, and exposed his teacher to a new kind of student. Fi Glover presents. Show more
Militants in Egypt have killed at least 235 people at a mosque in the Sinai Peninsula
Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present the week via topical stand-up and sketches, with guests Gareth Gwynn, Andy Zaltzman, Tamar Broadbent and Eshaan Akhbar. Show more
Benjamin Clementine plays from his second album I Tell a Fly. We assess Oscar Wilde for modern times. And celebrity photographer David LaChapelle talks about nudity and glitter. Show more
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate from Hayesfield Girls' School in Bath with a panel including Kate Barker, Peter Dowd MP, Henry Newman and Liz Truss MP. Show more
Will Self reflects on the epidemic of sleeplessness and argues that we all need the imaginative sustenance of dreams. Show more
The second omnibus of Season 12, Giddy with Possibility, the week in 1917 when the Battle of Cambrai marked the first mass use of tanks. From November 2017. Show more
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective. 235 people have been killed by gunmen at a mosque in northern Sinai. Show more
Nadia and Saeed are two ordinary young people falling in love in a world turned upside down. The couple find peace in an unexpected place. Show more
From Rapunzel to Samson, hair is all about sex, gender politics and power. Lauren Laverne's discussion guests are Emma Tarlo, Chidera Eggerue and Alex Brownsell. Show more
Dance teachers who have become friends through their commitment to bringing ballet to adults. Fi Glover presents. Show more
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