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Spiritual reflection to start the day, with the Rev Dr Alison Jack of Edinburgh University's School of Divinity. Show more
Are plans to boost forestry pushing some Scottish tenants off their farms? Caz Graham hears from both sides of the argument. Show more
Wildlife artist Jane Smith is captivated by a group of ringed plovers and their ability to seemingly appear and disappear before her eyes! Show more
Lesley Manville on being Oscar-nominated for her role in Phantom Thread, Denise Fergus remembers her son James Bulger in her book 'I Let Him Go' and hostesses' legal rights. Show more
Waiting for elections and trying to answer awkward questions about sex in the DRC. Kate Adie introduces correspondents' stories from around the world. Show more
Marybeth Hamilton journeys through a remarkable government experiment in art and democracy that took place in America in the midst of the Depression. Show more
Chris Maslanka describes the 19th century rise of the leisured classes and the proliferation of printed puzzles to entertain them. Show more
Cinemas advertise showings with AD - audio description - where a headset describes the action for people with limited sight. A listener says they rarely work. Show more
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From the American war of independence to the Cuban missile crisis sugar has had an unexpectedly central role in conflicts that have shaped the world.
Drama by Abigail Youngman based on the true story of probably the worst (and coldest) wedding night ever. Starring Mandeep Dhillon and Karl Theobald. Show more
The vikings first came to the Hebrides in the 8th century. Historian Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough finds out about the legacy they have left on the Isle of Lewis. Show more
Mariella Frostrup talks to French-Moroccan novelist Leila Slimani whose book Lullaby caused a sensation in France. Show more
Julie Delpy explains why she thinks there are so few female directors in film and Florence Pugh discusses the parts she has been offered since her breakthrough in Lady Macbeth. Show more
President Trump has dismissed talk of a rift in US-UK relations, declaring he sees opportunities for a "tremendous increase" in trade between the two nations.
A radio programme gets a brand new theme tune. John’s award-winning sketch show from 2018. Show more
Actor Paapa Essiedu on playing Hamlet, poet Rebecca Watts' criticism of the poetry establishment. Show more
Series looking at important issues in the news. David Aaronovitch asks what Turkey, Russia, Iran and the US want from the war in Syria and which country is likely to get its way. Show more
Many fees and charges in the investment industry have been hidden for decades. Lesley Curwen meets the transparency 'detectives' intent on reform. Will their efforts be rewarded? Show more
Former US diplomat says he resigned after being 'slapped down' by Aung Sang Suu Kyi. Jacob Rees-Mogg argues that the UK's Brexit negotiators seem to have been cowed by the EU. Show more
Cem enters a new and exciting world when he visits the travelling theatre. There, he sees the object of his desire - the red-haired woman. Her performance moves him greatly. Show more
In this nicely furnished, affordable programme with attractive views, Marcus Brigstocke tackles the housing crisis. From October 2015. Show more
Peers give a standing ovation to the Labour former minister Tessa Jowell as she talks about her brain cancer. Show more
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