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, 16 Jun 13
28 days remaining
On BH this week, we speak to David Cameron's guru on tax, Paul Collier. A father and son go head to head on internet privacy. Edward Stourton speaks up for dogs, after the BBC documentary revealed the Secret Life of Cats. We discuss Fathers' Day for the bereaved, and On the papers we have Kirsty Allsop, Benedicte Paviot the UK Correspondent for France 24 and the crime writer Mark Billingham.
Mon, 10 Jun 13
22 days remaining
Another Sunday, another inaudible newspaper sting. With Tories revolting over Europe and threatening a leadership election, we ask if we're heading back to the nineties. We look back at the televisual event of the 1930s that could have been the death knell of the BBC. And, a brief history of modern Turkey, in three symbols. On the papers Jenny Agutter, John Sergeant and Dr Sarah Jarvis.
Sun, 2 Jun 13
14 days remaining
Fresh lobbying claims this morning, Sir Alistair Graham who was the watchdog is on the programme; sixty years on from the Queen's coronation with Syliva Peters who fronted the TV coverage; actor Robert Hardy shows us his long bows; fashion queen, Katherine Hamnett, the financial whiz Louise Cooper and radio royalty Ken Bruce review the papers.
Sun, 26 May 13
7 days remaining
We reflect on the events in Woolwich with a survivor of the 7/7 attacks, and look at the way society, the media and politicians have reacted. As Liverpool prepares to commemorate 70 years since the Battle of the Atlantic, one signalman reflects on his time at sea. The fight to report on reaching the summit of Everest was almost as tough as the climb itself. We hear the story. And with a round up of the Sunday Papers Denis Goldberg, who was jailed with Nelson Mandela, Andy McNab one time SAS man, and business woman Laura Tenison.
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