News, discussion & a few gags. The Sunday papers & the BH quiz. Broadcast every Sunday morning on BBC Radio 4 between 9 and 10. Presented by Paddy O'Connell. Each week discussion about the key themes in the news, there's a review of the Sunday newspapers and a quiz with a special prize. Updated each Sunday. Subscribe to the BH Newsletter and the podcast at www.bbc.co.uk/bh
Sun, 1 Dec 13
26 days remaining
On BH this week, we reported on the Glasgow helicopter crash and interviewed the The Chaplain to the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service the Reverend Gordon Armstrong. Also we talked about cocaine and middle classes, why we don't read French books, and on the papers were the Times journalist Matthew Parris, the Radio DJ Nihal and the professor of Networking Julia Hobsbawm.
Sun, 24 Nov 13
19 days remaining
We look at men behaving badly amid the ongoing scandal around Paul Flowers who was chairman of the Co Op. Eric Joyce who headbutted a fellow MP answers if risk itself is sometimes addictive. Hugh Sykes reports on how they'll mark the First World War centenary in Germany. Why boxing is offal. On the papers are Dame Stephanie Shirley, Janet Ellis and Andrew Pierce.
Thu, 21 Nov 13
16 days remaining
Ministers look at reducing the age of consent for sex to 15; Former Co-op bank chairman apologised after a newspapers claim he bought and used illegal drugs before and after appearing in front of parliament; Paul Moss reflects on his week reporting on the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines; Michael Cockerell talks about the art of being an ex-Prime Minister; Jonny Dymond reports on how Dallas survived the assassination of JFK; The papers guests are Diane Abbott MP, the TV dragon Doug Richard, and journalist Sam Delaney.
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