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A reflection and prayer to start the day with the Rev Dr Bert Tosh.
New research suggests temporary workers coming into the UK on the Seasonal Workers Pilot get a 'raw deal'. Show more
Teenager Josh Myers describes how photographing wildlife in the Peak District around Sheffield reduces his Tourette's symptoms in Tweet of the Day. Show more
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Emma speaks to the secretary of state for defence, Ben Wallace, about the government’s plans to improve women’s experiences in the armed forces. Show more
Prof Ben Garrod and Dr Jess French take up the rare opportunity to delve deep inside three of nature's wondrous wild animals offering new insights into their success as a species. Show more
Cathy FitzGerald invites you to discover new details in old masterpieces, using your phone, tablet or computer. This episode - The Feast of Herod by Rubens. Show more
Jim, failing to find full-time work, has become a film extra. When he is apparently mistaken for a famous actor, he becomes the victim of a cruel joke. Show more
How is your high street changing? What is replacing all the shops that have closed in recent years?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and don't forget to leave your phone number. Show more
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The UK’s donor anonymity law of 2005 drove people online for two very different reasons - either to never be anonymous or to never be known. Show more
Linda Marshall Griffiths' drama series set in a flooded future world. The story of a hotel at the end of the world…that’s starting to disappear. Show more
The shepherd and writer James Rebanks examines regenerative farming methods and whether they could work on his farm in the Lake District. Can he use his farm to save the planet? Show more
Josie Long presents short documentaries and audio adventures about how our sense of self collides with the world outside. Show more
Philosopher and author James Garvey examines the rise of behavioural science at the heart of our politics. Show more
Historian Niall Ferguson proposes Tolkien - creator of The Hobbit, Gandalf, Gollum and Sauron - for Great Lives Show more
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Ministers & senior officials involved getting people out of Afghanistan after the country fell to the Taliban defend their actions from criticism by Foreign Office whistle-blower.
Max and Ivan try to help the penniless ringmaster of the Cirque Du Solihull. Stars Max Olesker and Ivan Gonzalez. From 2017. Show more
Steven Spielberg on new West Side Story movie. Do we value our working class heritage? Will Sharpe discusses directing Landscapers drama. Show more
Brexit created a trade border between Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Neil McCarthy travels the Belfast-Birkenhead ferry in search of the border down the Irish Sea. Show more
New research suggests that 8 out of 10 colleges are not compliant with accessibility laws, meaning some visually impaired students may face barriers in accessing further education. Show more
Claudia Hammond examines the effect of musical earworms on a good night's sleep, and how awareness of our internal bodily sensations influences feelings about body image. Show more
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Owen Teale reads the novelisation of David Seltzer's academy award-winning horror story. Tragedy strikes at Damien's birthday party. Show more