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Programme that offers a female perspective on the world. Welsh actor Eve Myles discusses Keeping Faith, and Kathleen Turner talks her one-woman show. Show more
Natalie Haynes and her team are locked inside an escape room. Can they make it out in time and get to the bottom of this new entertainment phenomenon? Show more
Michael Palin and Jane Milligan steer us through exclusive recordings of Spike's musings on his career and the war. From 2018. Show more
Sylvia Graham. On this day in 1918, the upper age of conscription was raised to fifty, and in Folkestone, Sylvia Graham suddenly feels very old. Show more
Why callers to a free government telephone line are still being landed with big charges, and the robots allowing children too ill to go to school to link up with their classmates. Show more
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The historian whose objectivity got him into big trouble at court. When he confronted the emperor, he was subjected to a horrific and humiliating punishment. Show more
4 Extra Debut. Inspired by a true story: Spike Milligan tries to save an Elfin Oak in Kensington Gardens in the 1960s. Stars David Threfall. Show more
Russell Davies is in the chair for the eighth heat in the 2018 general knowledge tournament. Show more
Sheila Dillon travels from the border to Belfast to learn why Northern Irish food has blossomed in recent years and what leaving the EU could mean for producers.
Natalie Haynes, Armando Iannucci and Llewelyn Morgan explore the life of ancient Roman satirist, Juvenal. From 2017. Show more
Labour wants Parliament to have a say before any future UK military action.
David Mitchell gets Arthur Smith, Jack Dee, Lucy Porter and Lloyd Langford to lie with some truths. From April 2018. Show more
Film director Mike Newell discusses his period drama The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society and experimental writer Joanna Walsh talks about her new novel Break.up. Show more
Sathnam Sanghera returns to Wolverhampton where a battle raged over the right to wear the turban on the buses in Enoch Powell's constituency, as he gave his Rivers of Blood speech. Show more
A whirlwind of passion and energy, Sukayna Muhammad Younes is on a mission to find the children lost in the war against so-called Islamic State in Iraq and reunite their families. Show more
We are more microbe than human. James Gallagher explores how our second genome, the diverse array of microbes that live on and in our bodies, is driving our metabolism and health. Show more
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective. Many immigrants who arrived from the Commonwealth have been told they are in the UK illegally. Show more
Hilarious and moving novel from Nikesh Shukla about three generations of one family. Keighley, 1966. Mukesh arrives from Kenya to study, and first meets Nisha. Show more
Michael Rosen and guests Marina Warner and Barry Smith discuss if there is a crisis of language in public and political debate. Show more
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