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Farming priorities ahead of Brexit, 'Kevin' the robotic farm worker and Norfolk's Toad Patrol. Show more
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Matt Merritt, poet and editor of British Birdwatching magazine, revels in sounds of approaching spring as the call of the curlew once more fills the air. Show more
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Helen Lewis, deputy editor of the New Statesman, explores the power of this 'helpfully vague' phrase. It is enabling, she argues, but also airbrushes out some of what is happening. Show more
Choreographer Aletta Collins discusses her latest project Coraline; Andria Zafirakou talks about winning the Global Teacher prize; the gender pay gap; life with disfigurement. Show more
Fi Glover goes behind closed doors of the Expressing Room at Evelina London Children's Hospital, meeting the mothers of Britain's growing numbers of severely premature babies. Show more
Poet and entertainer Pam Ayres presents poems, sketches and anecdotes. This first show is about getting older... but not giving in. Show more
On this day in 1918, the House of Lords discussed the founding of a League of Nations, and in Folkestone, Dorothea puts together a mixed dinner party. Show more
Tracking down the man whose images have been stolen and used to dupe women online. Plus why is a secondary ticketing site selling BBC Proms tickets before they go on sale? Show more
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News with Martha Kearney including the latest on EU/UK Brexit agreements and disagreements, chemical weapons inspectors arrive in Salisbury and the ramifications of the Iraq war. Show more
Joe's daughter is pregnant and about to go to university. Her mum, dad, the baby's father and grandmother all have opinions - but why does philosopher Hermione stay silent? Show more
Russell Davies chairs the wide-ranging general knowledge contest, with another four competitors starting their bid to become the 2018 Brain of Britain. Show more
Dan Saladino talks to Modernist Bread author Nathan Myhrvold about one of the biggest bread research projects ever undertaken, which involved the baking of 36,000 loaves. Show more
Anglo-Spanish artist Sonia Boue responds to the crisis in Catalonia and the Spanish Civil War by retracing her father's exile and exhibiting her work in Spain for the first time. Show more
Aleks Krotoski explores whether blaming social media for recent political upheaval misses the point and people end up attributing too much power to technology. Show more
Britain and the EU hail a "decisive step" in the withdrawal process
Nicholas Parsons challenges Shappi Khorsandi, Jo Caulfield, Julian Clary and Paul Merton to speak for 60 seconds without hesitation, deviation or repetition. Show more
On the eve of his 70th birthday, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber talks to Kirsty Lang about transforming musical theatre with hits such as Cats and Phantom of the Opera. Show more
Documentary. A conversational feature exploring the art of the dialogue, in philosophy and law, in religion, psychoanalysis and the arts. Show more
David Baker looks at claims we need to 'do something' about smartphones and their effect on our teenage children. Show more
4 Extra Debut. In 1999, the Admiral Duncan pub was bombed, killing 3 and injuring over 70. Alan Dein investigates the aftermath. From 2018. Show more
A look at whether Facebook let British company Cambridge Analytica exploit the data of 50 million users. Show more
Lee Ingleby reads Jon McGregor's award-winning novel. A teenage girl has disappeared on the moors. What happened to her? And what effect will it have on this close-knit community? Show more
Libby Purves is joined by BBC international correspondent Lyse Doucet, actor Jonathan Bailey and astronomer Gary Fildes for live, late night conversation. Show more
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
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