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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Rabbi Warren Elf MBE
Not enough progress has been made to make our woods and forests resilient in the face of climate change and tree diseases - according to the British Woodland Survey. Show more
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Molly Boot leads a meditation on the Magnificat.
In her last programme, Jenni Murray looks back on the progress we've made in the past 33 years. Plus some of her own personal highlights. Show more
Stories of residents leaving Lebanon if they can, and ones from Chile, the Philippines, Melbourne in Australia and the western German border. With Kate Adie. Show more
Former homeless people share their stories in a collective art project that challenges the artist, the viewer and the art establishment. Show more
The latest national and international news headlines, followed by the shipping forecast.
The gardener in his 70s who's become an unlikely online star after posting pictures of his enormous carrots and cabbages. Show more
Mon-Thurs: Analysis of news and current affairs, presented by Sarah Montague. Fri: Analysis of news and current affairs, presented by Mark Mardell.
Journalist Leah Sottile investigates the fallout of McVeigh's actions amongst America's far-right in the decade after after the bombing. Show more
Lynda has a shocking suggestion and Lilian inadvertently makes things worse
Barrister Rebecca Nyman represents Andrew - a client who has spent seven years in a secure mental hospital. Is it safe to release him now? A Tribunal has to decide. Show more
Clare walks in on the Northamptonshire/Buckinghamshire border with criminologist David Wilson Show more
Elizabeth Day talks to British writer Martin Amis about his latest work, Inside Story: A Novel. Show more
Tricia Tuttle, the director of The London Film Festival, reveals all the challenges that she faces organising the festival during a global pandemic. With Antonia Quirke. Show more
Afternoon news and current affairs programme, reporting on breaking stories and summing up the day's headlines
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A ban on people meeting other households inside is to be extended this Saturday.
A look back at a career in accounting and an overrated experience, and the return of Patsy Straightwoman. From 2016. Show more
Fallon has a dilemma on her hands and Jazzer attempts to turn a situation to his advantage Show more
As more restrictions are put in place regarding who we can meet and where we can go, to what extent are we following - and understanding - the guidance designed to keep us safe? Show more
Helena Kennedy QC explores guilt as a legal, psychological and political idea. Is there such a thing as collective guilt, by which a whole community or even country may be judged? Show more
In depth reporting, intelligent analysis and breaking news from a global perspective
Jon Holmes's extraordinary Skewer returns to twist itself into these extraordinary times.
Anne-Marie Duff reads the true story of Ursula Kuczynski: lover, mother, soldier and Soviet spy. By Ben Macintyre. 'Agent Sonya' nets the biggest fish of her espionage career. Show more