Comic Shazia Mirza is a very hairy lady. She's growing out her body hair for six months to see if she can learn to love it and convince the rest of the world to love it too. Show more
A comedians special featuring Ed Byrne, Jessie Cave, Dane Baptiste, Shazia Mirza, Angela Barnes, Rich Hall, Patrick Monahan and Junior Simpson. Show more
Iain Stirling hosts the school-based comedy panel show. He is joined by child team captains Caitlin and William, and guests Ed Petrie, Alex Riley, Shazia Mirza and Dodge T Dog. Show more
1998 Ground Force is at its height and Simon feels a desperate need for a water feature. Elaine Page makes a stunning appearance in Simon's imagination. Show more
Sanjeev Kohli takes a sideways look at what's happening in Scotland and around the world in the past seven days, with guests Ayesha Hazurika, Jamie McDonald and Shazia Mirza. Show more
Comedian Shazia Mirza goes back to her science teacher roots to present a lesson about acids and alkalis. Show more
Aasmah Mir and Suzy Klein are joined by Dexter Fletcher and Shazia Mirza. Tim Birkhead describes why a bird's egg is the most perfect thing. Inheritance Tracks from Theo Paphitis. Show more
Comedian Josh Howie comes to terms with the impending birth of his first child as their 20-week scan beckons. From 2016. Show more
Sandi Toksvig tunes in for a bit of radio activity with Alan Davies, Joe Lycett, Shazia Mirza and Josh Widdicombe.
Sandi Toksvig tunes in for a bit of 'Radio' activity.
Jo Coburn is joined by the Spectator's Fraser Nelson, Grace Blakeley from the New Statesman, the Guardian's Jessica Elgot and Anne McElvoy from the Economist. Show more
Stephen K Amos, plus Wil Hodgson, Gavin Webster and Shazia Mirza present a guide to belief and opinion. From 2014. Show more
Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo and Harriet Harman, Andy Parsons looks back over the headlines and Shazia Mirza talks taste. Show more
Andrew Neil looks at the arguments over printing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad with comic Shazia Mirza and journalist Nabila Ramdani. Show more
In a special programme live from the Radio Theatre, Jane Garvey discusses the newly crowned 'Best Place to be a Woman in Britain' with an audience of women from across Britain. Show more