Gardening magazine. Kirsty, Carole and Mairi enjoy a masterclass on the Japanese art of Kokedama. Show more
Barristers Sasha and Jeremy investigate an infamous Scottish murder case from 1862, in which a compelling alternative suspect may have been the true killer. Show more
Anita Manning presents from Leominster with experts Gary Pe and John Cameron. Anita pops away from the fair to find out more about Worcester's saucy secret. Show more
A pair of optometrists hope the Dragons will see a bright future in their blue-light filtering products, and an eco-entrepreneur pitches a carbon-offset trading app. Show more
Jo Coburn is joined by Tom Tugendhat MP, Dame Margaret Beckett MP, Moya Lothian-Mclean and Harry Cole to discuss the ending of the Universal Credit top-up. Show more
Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
Live tennis from Wimbledon 2021 as the ladies’ semi-finals get underway at SW19. Presented by Sue Barker.
Clare Balding and guests round up the main action and talking points from today’s play at Wimbledon, which includes the ladies’ semi-finals.
Jo Whiley and Arit Anderson return to the Royal Horticultural Society’s Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival, celebrating the newcomers and legends of the event with our team of experts. Show more
This episode features classic routines about sex from Rob Brydon, Sara Pascoe, Dara O Briain, Lou Sanders, Rich Hall, Rosie Jones, Dane Baptiste and more.
The day's important national and international news stories. With Emma Barnett.
Highlights of the first one-day international between England and Pakistan.
Sheriffs Ben and Myles visit a cleaning company that owes money to a former employee. A woman who let her home to tenants tries to get back the money she had to spend on repairs. Show more
Dom works as a roadside mechanic, finding out what it takes to keep the UK’s motorists moving. Can he keep the show on the road, or will he be a spanner in the works? Show more
A powerful and moving examination of the pandemic, using poetry as a central narrative and featuring people from around the country who tell us their stories of life under Covid-19. Show more
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