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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg, senior rabbi of Masorti Judaism. Show more
As major UK milk processors drop their farmgate prices, the dairy sector is bracing itself for another dip - but just how low will it go? Show more
Environmentalist Tony Juniper recalls his first encounter with a black-tailed godwit on the island of Lundy. Show more
How can women achieve equal power? 100 years of Gingerbread, gender equality in the workplace and why do so few women in novels experience the menopause? Show more
Reports and analysis from writers and journalists around the world. Opposition leader Raila Odinga declares himself the 'People's President' in Kenya. Introduced by Kate Adie. Show more
The New Deal's Federal Theater enchanted millions with revolutionary beavers, Orson Welles and Living Newspapers, but it made enemies in Congress, who ended its dramatic life. Show more
Heavily armed gunmen attacked buses carrying the visiting Sri Lankan cricket team and match officials in Pakistan in 2009. Rebecca Kesby hears from two survivors. Show more
Consumer affairs programme. Are there any alternatives to delivery vans powered by diesel? And how many smart meters are connected to the project's central IT network, the DCC? Show more
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Will Self continues his 1,000-mile tour of the UK exploring British identity: Wolverhampton's goth pub. From 2018. Show more
Rufus Jones and David Calder star in Marcus Brigstocke's first drama for radio. Benedict has been sober for 25 years - but his late father leaves him a final unsettling request. Show more
Countryside magazine. Ealing girl Konnie Huq finds out more about her favourite green spaces in London, Kew Gardens and Northala Fields. Show more
Mariella Frostrup talks to German writer Dirk Kurbjuweit, whose book Fear is based on his own experiences of being stalked and threatened by a neighbour. Show more
Radio 4's weekly look at the world of film, with Francine Stock. Director Paul Thomas Anderson discusses Phantom Thread, Daniel Day Lewis's farewell to the film industry. Show more
A man who drove a van into a crowd of Muslims near a London mosque, has been found guilty of murder.
We hear from several different animals and witness a majestic sunset. John’s award-winning sketch show from 2018. Show more
Arts news, interviews and reviews. Scottish rock band Simple Minds discuss their 40-year career and perform live in the studio. Show more
As Theresa May leads a large trade delegation to Beijing, David Aaronovitch asks what Britain has to gain from China's huge infrastructure project, the Belt and Road Initiative. Show more
Evan Davis presents the business magazine. How do you build a bridge? Are you limited by economics or engineering? Evan and three civil engineers discuss. Show more
Eight days before the start of the Winter Olympics, a court has lifted the lifetime ban on 28 Russian athletes, saying there is 'insufficient evidence' of doping. Show more
The red-haired woman recalls the events of a fateful night 30 years ago and remembers how she came to meet and marry her second husband. Show more
Good Lord! - exactly what Marcus Brigstocke has become to determine if we really need that second chamber. From October 2015. Show more
Mandy Baker reports from Westminster as MPs raise concerns over the outsourcing giant Capita following a profit warning that wiped more than £1 billion off its market value. Show more
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