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Co-op raises its welfare standards for all its own-label pork. Is this the way forward for other retailers? Show more
Voices of those inspired by birds. Poet and editor of British Birdwatching, Matt Merritt, revels in the cheery song of the wheatear, which gave it the old name of English Ortolan. Show more
We recycle our plastics yet jet off on holidays, replace our lightbulbs then have another kid. Adam Buxton takes a look at our muddled ideas about environmentalism. Show more
Writer and doctor Farrah Jarral examines a buzzword of the medical profession. On the face of it, resilience is to be applauded, but is something sinister lurking behind the word? Show more
Comedian Eline Van der Velden, Rani Hong describes being sold into slavery aged seven, emergency first aid for parents and kids and winning gold in the winter paralympic slalom. Show more
A couple have discovered that moving on from LPs and CDs has unlocked untold riches. Fi Glover presents. Show more
Following the lives and stories of those who live along the rail network that fans out from Cardiff up into the south Wales valleys. Show more
Time-travelling biographer James Boswell meets Agatha Christie and soon becomes involved in deception, disappearances and an unnatural death. Show more
On this day in 1918, a convoy of 120 stretcher cases arrived in Folkestone, and Bill Macknade is ready to get back on his feet. Show more
Consumer affairs programme. The local authorities selling off patches of public parks, rising road tax for new diesel cars and why Amsterdam is getting tough on tourism. Show more
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Caught up in the surprise British retreat of 1918, three signallers face a terrifying choice between thick fog and German Stormtroopers. Starring Lee Ross and John Macmillan. Show more
With the gender pay gap reporting deadline fast approaching for companies with 250+ employees, Louise Cooper discusses what we know so far and why we are no closer to closing it. Show more
Deciding between healthy ageing and early dementia, fish oils, and evidence for the health benefits of yoga. Plus what does being in an adaptive trial mean for patients? Show more
Sacrifice - Laurie Taylor explores the many meanings of the term in contexts as different as the crucifixion of Christ and Salafi jihadi suicide bombings. Show more
Topical programme about the fast-changing media world. The Observer journalist reveals the backstory to her Cambridge Analytica scoop. Show more
More than a million health service workers in England are set to benefit.
Joe Lycett tests Mel C, Kerry Godliman and Jack Carroll on how well they know their nearest and dearest. Show more
Steven Soderbergh on his film Unsane starring Claire Foy, shot entirely on three iphones; Art - America's Cool Modernism: O'Keeffe to Hopper; the art of stage blood and going solo. Show more
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk. With Anne McElvoy, Matthew Taylor, Giles Fraser and Michael Portillo. Show more
Wood can do anything that oil can do. Could it be the sustainable backbone of a future economy? Tom Heap visits Finland to see the cutting edge of this developing industry. Show more
Lee Ingleby reads Jon McGregor's acclaimed novel. A teenager has disappeared on the moors. Now a year on, with no clues as to what happened, the community is struggling to move on. Show more
Stand-up John Moloney on stage in Scotland with jokes about teaching and a run-in with a hen night. From May 2015. Show more
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster where the foreign secretary said Vladimir Putin will try to use the World Cup to boost Russia's image, like Hitler used the 1936 Olympics. Show more
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