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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with the Venerable Karen Lund, Archdeacon of Manchester. Show more
With growing pressure on Britain's rural health care services, what can be done to ensure rural communities are provided for? Show more
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Actress Greta Scacchi compares the birds she once knew in Australia with those who now visit her London home, especially the goldfinch which makes her very happy. Show more
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Rani is trying to find where her baby brother was buried. It is a family tragedy no-one has spoken about for 40 years. She hopes finding him will be good for everyone. Show more
Romcom inspired by Katherine Whitehorn's cookery classic. Spring 1965. Trisha moves into a new bedsitter. Stars Eleanor Bron. Show more
On this day in 1917, President Wilson, in his State of the Union Address, recommended declaring war on Austria-Hungary, and in Tynemouth, Duncan is battling with his demons. Show more
How safe are your bank details if you put them into a Facebook advertiser's account? Plus the biggest shake-up in the driving test in twenty years, and NHS nurse recruitment. Show more
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Following quadruple heart bypass surgery, Giles Fraser sets out to explore the workings of the human heart, meeting the surgeon who held his heart in his hands. Show more
The extraordinary story of the Kim Jong-nam, the brother of North Korea's supreme leader, and the deadly power struggle at the heart of the world's only communist monarchy. Show more
Wales meet the Midlands in the game of lateral thinking and cryptic connections, chaired by Tom Sutcliffe. Show more
Following artist-photographer Mark Neville as he documents an evening at a social club in Port Talbot, South Wales. Show more
We all know that lying in a court of law carries serious penalties so do we really need to place our hands on holy books to affirm our sincerity by swearing an oath? Show more
UK and EU fail to reach deal to progress to next stage of talks
A return visit to Margate for old-timers Barry Cryer and Tim Brooke-Taylor with Tony Hawks and Andy Hamilton on the panel and Jack Dee in the chair. Show more
Arts news, interviews and reviews, including Jake Gyllenhaal in Stronger, the true story of a victim of the Boston Marathon bombing. Show more
Nick Rankin tells the story of SOE operative Hugh Mallory Falconer through a report he wrote in French about his vital part in the Allied invasion of North Africa in 1942. Show more
Political differences are put to one side as a love for Arabian horses unites Israelis and Palestinians. Show more
From the heart of Michael Blastland comes a very personal and philosophical eulogy to the rhythm of the body's prime organ of life. Show more
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective, as Britain and the European Union fail to agree on moving onto the second phase of their negotiations on Brexit. Show more
Jill brings home a friend in need, Janice asks Harry for a divorce, and Harry is caught between a rock and a hard place, scared by all these sudden and drastic changes. Show more
Singer-songwriter David Gray talks to John Wilson about White Ladder, one of the longest-charting albums in UK chart history. Show more
Sean Curran reports from Westminster on day four of detailed discussion of the EU Withdrawal Bill. Show more
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