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Spiritual reflection to start the day with writer and broadcaster, Anna Magnusson.
Farming Today is at the National Farmers Union's annual conference in Birmingham, where Michael Gove outlines his vision for future agricultural policies after Brexit. Show more
The robin is the experimental jazz artist of the bird world. David Rothenberg suggests it sounds like saxophonist Eric Dolphy, who spent a long time listening to birds. Show more
Jo Curry joins Jenni Murray to discuss the England women's football squad's new coach, Phil Neville. Plus teenagers' access to illegal drugs online, and women in law. Show more
Friends who grew up on opposite sides of the religious and class divide find unity of purpose in their band The Wood Burning Savages and in redeeming Derry. Fi Glover presents. Show more
As the UK prepares to leave the EU, Ben Wright assesses the role of the civil service. Is it on board with Brexit or, as some Leave supporters claim, acting as a roadblock? Show more
Elis James hosts comedy in the four UK nations, stopping in Belfast to discuss Northern Irishness with guests. From 2017. Show more
Chris Morris discovers how Brexit could affect the people of Gibraltar - and other British Overseas Territories. Show more
A look at internal reports on how disability assessments are carried out. Plus life in Blackpool, named as one of the poorest parts of the UK, and why did KFC run out of chicken? Show more
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Anne McElvoy explores how Victorian labourers came together to find local solutions to their dire working conditions. Show more
It is hard for Gemma to form new relationships when she has to reveal that she chose to leave her two young children. Katherine Jakeways' play about a woman who breaks the rules. Show more
We have left behind the dust, din and steam of our old economy, but what is actually generating income for the UK now? Financial services are not as important as you might think. Show more
Inside Health looks at the evidence for medical cannabis. And hidden blood in the urine is frequently picked up by sensitive dipstick tests, but what should happen next? Show more
Sociological discussion programme. Artisanal and natural foods. Laurie Taylor ponders their origins, meaning and future. Show more
Topical programme about the fast-changing media world. Labour leader calls Czech spy stories 'nonsense' and tells the press 'change is coming'. Show more
It suggests the UK will abide by new EU laws - but will not be able to sign trade deals, prompting claims that the influence of Brussels will continue to be felt long after Brexit
Bridget Christie's comic quest for a new Shangri-La. In this episode, Bridget explores the countryside to see if that will make her happier. Show more
Carey Mulligan on her one woman show. Spoilers, and how to avoid them. Steven Soderbergh's TV drama Mosaic reviewed. And are the days of the lead guitar numbered? Show more
Michael Buerk, Matthew Taylor, Claire Fox, Giles Fraser and Anne McElvoy discuss the prospect of more faith schools and the removal of the requirement to take in non-believers. Show more
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Stephen and his family move to a smaller house in Dublin. His friends don’t all share his literary tastes. Read by Andrew Scott. Show more
4 Extra Debut. A heady mix of maths, science and comedy, as the Festival of the Spoken Nerd trio experiment in the kitchen. From 2018. Show more
Passions flare and loyalty is tested at a football ground in London. Winner of the 2014 Edinburgh comedy award. From 2015. Show more
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster as the government outlines its plans for the two years following Brexit. Show more
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