- Nelson Mandela: The journey to South African presidency Duration: 10:05 06/12/2013
- 'Jumbled up' tongue twister is named most difficult Duration: 02:40 05/12/2013
- US lawsuit claims chimpanzees are 'legal persons' Duration: 02:59 04/12/2013
- World War II female secret agents were 'very afraid' Duration: 06:17 19/11/2013
- Colin Firth: Eric Lomax's experience 'beyond comprehension' Duration: 06:11 02/12/2013
- 'Growing awareness' of Black Friday in UK Duration: 04:32 29/11/2013
Big Data: Predicting and preventing rugby injuriesRugby Union is becoming an unlikely benefactor of the so-called data revolution by using information about players' health to predict injuries. The Today proramme's Justin Webb reports.
Terrorists are 'afraid of education'The Today programme's Mishal Husain speaks to Malala Yousafzai - the schoolgirl shot in the head by Taliban gunmen after speaking up for the right of girls to be educated.
Inside a derelict asylumAuthor James Scudamore visits the empty Severalls Hospital in Colchester, where redevelopment is planned.
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