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With Evan Davis and Justin Webb.
BBC Radio 4
Ed Miliband outlines his plans for Labour, plus Gen Richard Dannatt on defence cuts.
Debating North Korean politics, Ed Miliband's speech and the UK's opportunities in space.
Debating Ed Miliband's debt to the unions and the UN's alien ambassador.
Lord Kinnock on the Labour leadership election, plus what came before the Big Bang?
Debating quango cancellation, council tax revaluation and banking reconfiguration.
BBC Radio 4 FM
Are the police "retreating from the streets" and is science getting harder?
With Vince Cable on the "murky" corporate world and freed Farc captive Ingrid Betancourt.
Nick Clegg defends his economic policies, plus Imran Khan on Pakistani cricket.
With Lord Ashdown on the Lib Dem conference and Michael Gove on education inequality.
Will the Pope's message go beyond Catholics? Plus Europe's painful wartime memories.
Reporting on Zimbabwe's abandoned children, MI5's extremist concerns and philosophy online
Debating the Pope's attack on secularism, the replacement of Trident and new airline seats
Debating military spending, new hope for cancer treatment and the Pope's uphill battle.
Ofsted queries figures for children with special needs, and should cannabis be licensed?
Bankers agree new rules, plus are we set for a 'winter of discontent'?
More fallout from the PAYE problems, plus tensions around the 9/11 anniversary.
Debating benefits as a lifestyle choice, cutting reoffending and a high IQ graveyard.
Nick Clegg on cuts, Simon Heffer investigates grammar and two heavyweights go head-to-head
With Stephen Hawking, John le Carre, science funding and degrees of murder.
Errors in the PAYE system, remembering the Blitz and is Obama a failure?
The Met promises to re-examine phone hack claims, plus criticism of MoD civil servants.
With John Humphrys and Sarah Montague. Including Sports Desk, Weather, Thought for the Day
Debating the cricket scandal, politicians' wives and Ed Balls on deficit reduction.
Questioning William Hague's judgement, plus the future of Middle East peace talks.
Inside Blair's memoirs, the new mideast peace talks and the role of self-help books.