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After claims that the US has the lowest rates of food poisoning, Charlotte Smith finds out whether this applies to specifically chicken-related illnesses. Show more
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Looking around a marijuana farm with a local leader of the far-right Proud Boys. Kate Adie introduces this and other stories from correspondents around the world. Show more
4 Extra Debut. Kirsti Melville talks to indigenous people who live among ancient rock carvings in North Western Australia. From 2019. Show more
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Alan Johnson, the former Education Secretary, on 140 years of English education through the prism of one school - St Michael and All Angels in Camberwell. Show more
By Al Smith, writer of Lifelines. A double bill of dramas looking at the crisis facing the NHS, both for those trying to challenge its workings from without and within. Show more
The writer, Emma Mitchell, takes Clare Balding for a walk around the woods near her house and explains why exposure to the natural world can have a mood-lifting effect on us all. Show more
Jay Rayner, food writer and presenter of Radio 4's The Kitchen Cabinet, makes an appeal on behalf of the charity FareShare. Show more
Simon Mawer talks about Tightrope, a female spy story set during World War II and the Cold War. Presented by James Naughtie and including questions from an audience of readers. Show more
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Karen Bradley is facing calls to resign after saying police killings were not crimes
The Wilsons try to live an ethical life, but things they once enjoyed are now controversial. With Marcus Brigstocke. From 2019. Show more
Maggie Gyllenhaal talks about her new film The Kindergarten Teacher. Plus BalletBoyz on dispensing with a choreographer for their new work. Show more
We visit a problem-solving court in Coventry. Joshua Rozenberg speaks to judges, social workers and a mother whose drug addiction put her at risk of losing her children. Show more
Technology has made it easy to personalise many goods and services. What does the personalisation revolution mean? Show more
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Sean Curran reports from Westminster where MPs challenge the Attorney General over his attempts to secure changes from the EU to Theresa May's Brexit deal ahead of a key vote. Show more
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Eleanor Bron reads Fiona McCarthy’s biography of the visionary founder of the Bauhaus, Walter Gropius. Today - The Bauhaus. Show more
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