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Guest editor Dame Clara Furse investigates bank-bashing, marmalade making and the City.
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Guest editor Richard Ingrams speaks to Peter O'Toole and visits a modern newsroom.
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Guest editor Sam Taylor-Wood investigates the decline in home births.
Including Sports Desk, Weather, Thought for the Day; Yesterday in Parliament.
Guest editor Diana Athill and the Archbishop of Canterbury reflect on the meaning of faith
Including Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day with Pope Benedict XVI.
Debating Christmas travel and Christmas stress and the likelihood of Afghan war success.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange discusses extradition and the morality of leaking secrets
The big freeze continues, Lord Heseltine remembers Anthony Howard, and The Archers turn 60
Journalists John Pilger and Janet Daley discuss the level of support for Julian Assange.
Debating boys' illiteracy, European economic stability and love for a white Christmas.
Debating court closures, Bob Ainsworth's call for drug decriminalisation and great actors.
Analysis of the 100 billion pound black hole in public pensions.
Will cuts test the NHS to the limit, and what does the future hold for Silvio Berlusconi?
Eric Pickles on cuts and 'localism' plus Peter Bazalgette's view of The X Factor.
A draft deal at the Cancun UN climate summit, plus Alistair McGowan on Noel Coward.
With Vince Cable on tuition fees, Boris Johnson on riots in London and Olympic poems.
Debating Wikileaks cyber-revenge, the Lib Dem tuition fee conundrum, and the Shard.
Debating whether Britain fears Libya, private funding of the arts and history in school.
Can a daily aspirin reduce the risk of dying from cancer?
Jeremy Hunt outlines government plans for super-fast broadband.
Jonathan Powell on Anglo-US relations, plus Shane MacGowan's Christmas single.
Did England's 2018 World Cup bid ever have a chance? Plus Frank Field on tackling poverty.
Debating snow disruption, the World Cup bid and Wikileaks questions for Hillary Clinton.
Debating executive pay in the public sector, society and faith and the future of Nigeria.