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Increased use of vaccines in agriculture will help to reduce the use of antibiotics according to a report to be released this week. Show more
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Audio-visual artist Kathy Hinde creates an installation inspired by migrating barnacle geese. Show more
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A space for spiritual reflection with a Bible reading, prayer and a range of Christian music, led by the Rev Roy Jenkins. Show more
As Michelle Obama releases her memoir, we discuss what impact she has had on women around the world. Plus a major exhibition giving new insight into women in the Middle Ages. Show more
More than half the British population now ticks the No Religion box in surveys. But does that mean they believe in nothing beyond the material world? Jane Little finds out. Show more
4 Extra Debut. BBC Radio and TV presenter Sara Cox talks to comedian and TV host Joe Lycett in the talk tag show. From February 2017. Show more
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Neuropsychologist Paul Broks, Barrister Harry Potter, Theologian Giles Fraser and philosopher Angie Hobbs, discuss different ideas about morality. Show more
Why many of us will not admit to being in debt. Also, why is a 15-year-old stuck in a psychiatric ward, paying attention before hitting the Reply All button, and how to pedal more. Show more
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The clock is ticking on the Armistice. The first day of peace is still full of risk, as Mickey, Celestine, Jack, Harry and Florrie meet up in Mons, where the war began. Show more
Nigel Rees hosts the quotations quiz with Horrible Histories' Greg Jenner, comedians Sindhu Vee and Roy Hudd. From 2018. Show more
Genevieve Taylor tells the story of how Cambodia's finest dishes were almost lost when millions died in genocide in the mid-1970s, but now those forgotten foods are coming back. Show more
Artist Emma Critchley meets dancers, sculptors and painters who are drawn beneath the sea to create underwater art, hearing the joys and challenges of using the ocean as a canvas. Show more
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Three people found guilty of belonging to the banned neo-Nazi group National Action
Radio 4's 'antidote to panel games' sees regulars Tim Brooke-Taylor and Barry Cryer joined on the panel by Tony Hawks and John Finnemore plus Jack Dee in the chair. Show more
Joel and Ethan Coen on their homage to the western The Ballad of Buster Scruggs. Plus, we examine the power of stage fright and how best to overcome it Show more
Do universities have enough diversity of political opinion? Matthew Flinders investigates. Show more
Many key findings of psychological research are under question. Some well-known experiments have been difficult or impossible to reproduce. So can academic psychology be trusted? Show more
In the ashes of World War 2, a new international order was built. Its aim: to ensure relative peace and stability. Bridget Kendall examines why all this seems to be falling apart. Show more
Adrian finds himself homeless again. Bianca offers to put him up, but is moving to London. Adrian has a frank exchange with his mother. Show more
Documentary adventures that encourage you to take a closer listen - starting with a tale of storm drains and schooling from 1970s Texas. Show more
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Heather Jones argues that the armistice of 1918 marked a pause, not an ending, to the First World War. Show more
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