iPM: Share What You Know

iPM: Share What You Know

iPM is the news programme that starts with its listeners. A weekly companion to the nightly PM, it's where the expertise and insights of the Radio 4 audience shape a programme that sees news differently. Presented by Jennifer Tracey and PM's Eddie Mair.

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  • Life as a Catholic in the Northern Ireland police

    Sat, 26 Jul 14

    Duration:
    15 mins

    Available:
    28 days remaining

    “My mother and father are the only ones in my family that know what I do. My brother and sister don't know; aunties, uncles, I wouldn't tell them what I do.” A listener and Catholic police officer talks about daily life when you know that there are plenty of people out there who would like to kill you just because you wear a uniform.

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  • 'I stood upon the rim of that tremendous chasm and forgot who I was.'

    Sat, 19 Jul 14

    Duration:
    15 mins

    Available:
    21 days remaining

    Two brothers recreate an historic journey to the Grand Canyon in a 1902 steam car. Channel 4's Alex Thomson reads your sentences of news. Presented by Eddie Mair and Jennifer Tracey iPM@bbc.co.uk

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  • Why do young men travel abroad to fight?

    Sat, 12 Jul 14

    Duration:
    16 mins

    Available:
    14 days remaining

    Why do young men seek out war? Listener and former soldier Mark Wilkins meets Usama Hasan, who travelled to join the Mujahideen in Afghanistan in his teens, and now works to challenge extremism, to discuss the allure that travelling abroad to take up arms holds for British men.

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  • 05 Jul 14 'Savages, slaves and future greatness'

    Sat, 5 Jul 14

    Duration:
    15 mins

    Available:
    7 days remaining

    "In this hour, surely for once, the name of Robert Southey should be mentioned." We explore Southey's 'History of Brazil'. Email iPM@bbc.co.uk

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