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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Bishop Joe Aldred of Churches Together in England. Show more
A look at Scotland's Agri-environment Climate Scheme, which aims to encourage farmers to manage their land in an environmentally-friendly way. Is it achieving its aim? Show more
Naturalist and environmentalist Chris Baines loves the musicality of the Song Thrush and enjoys the territorial song battles in his neighbourhood. Show more
Morning news and current affairs. Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
We are all terrible parents, doing irreparable damage to our kids. Or are we? Adam Buxton investigates. Show more
The life of forgotten female composer Florence Price, What Women Want survey, women's voices and Grenfell. Plus the lies parents tell to their children. Show more
Nick Cohen argues the liberal left is failing Muslims fighting inequalities endorsed by culture and religion in their communities. He calls this the 'racism of the anti-racist'. Show more
Freddie Fox stars as Lord Byron and Miles Jupp as James Boswell, time-travelling biographer, recalling the lives of legends alive and dead in Jon Canter's comedy series. Show more
On this day in 1918, Germany signed a peace treaty with Finland, and in Folkestone, Edie and Marion negotiate some new challenges. Show more
New guidelines for websites that resell concert tickets. Are mortgage lenders making it harder for people on benefit to rent a home? Plus copycat websites sentencing. Show more
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Day three of the race to save Boyd, and this cold case leaps back to life. The team desperately need Frankie Wharton's forensics to try to find the kidnapper, and save a life. Show more
One in eight UK men will develop prostate cancer, but deciding who needs treatment and when is controversial and uncertain. Mark Porter and Margaret McCartney report. Show more
Sociological discussion programme. Is democracy failing women? Also, Laurie Taylor explores how 'normality' is established in language - the remarkable power of the unremarkable. Show more
Topical programme about the fast-changing media world. How journalists approach a high profile story when few facts are known. Show more
Police say a nerve agent was used to try to kill Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury on Sunday. A policeman who went to their aid is also seriously ill in hospital.
Joe Lycett tests Tony Hawks, Rachel Riley and Desiree Burch on how well they know their nearest and dearest. Show more
Arts news, interviews and reviews. David Attenborough reveals why he loves the work of painter John Craxton and a new anthology of #MeToo poetry. Show more
Michael Buerk debates the issues arising from the DCMS committee's 'Combating Doping in Sport' report with Matthew Taylor, Giles Fraser, Melanie Philips and Michael Portillo. Show more
Artist and songwriter Ben Okafor remembers Jesus's agony in Gethsemane and his own childhood trauma. Show more
The Australian political establishment has been accused of turning a blind eye to the rapid decline of the Great Barrier Reef. Ellen Husain reports from Queensland. Show more
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective. Police say a former Russian spy and his daughter remain critically ill in hospital. Show more
As Peter Manuel's trial continues, Dowdall struggles under cross-examination. Meanwhile details emerge about the evening Watt and Manuel spent together. Read by Liam Brennan. Show more
A heady mix of maths, science and comedy, as the Festival of the Spoken Nerd trio experiment in the bedroom. From 2018. Show more
Vignettes from award winning comedian as John struggles to enjoy his fantasy day of doing nothing. From 2015. Show more
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster where Theresa May has defended Britain's links to Saudi Arabia. Show more
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