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With Labour leader Ed Miliband and debating Moussa Koussa, Irish banks and Princess Diana.
BBC Radio 4
With Zadie Smith on libraries, plus debating policing cuts and Japan aid concerns.
Including Sports Desk; Weather; Yesterday in Parliament; Thought for the Day.
Including Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Debating today's anti-cuts march in London, plus is this 'the golden age of the placard'?
Could Portugal derail the eurozone? And Tom Stoppard on his campaign against censorship.
George Osborne on the Budget, plus Angela Lansbury remembers Elizabeth Taylor.
Stephanie Flanders, Robert Peston and Nick Robinson preview today's Budget.
Are politicians and the military at loggerheads over Libya?
William Hague on the Libya attacks, plus Twitter turns five.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather, Thought for the Day.
Debating what will happen now that the UN has given backing to military action in Libya.
BBC Radio 4 FM
Debating if the world has left it too late in Libya, and science and the meaning of life.
Debating Japan's nuclear fears and whether Colonel Gaddafi's army is approaching Benghazi.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
Fear of a possible meltdown at a Japanese nuclear plant.
Latest on the Japan earthquake and debating whether 'three parent IVF' should be allowed.
Debating SEN reform, plus BBC chairman Sir Michael Lyons and director Mike Leigh.
Can the UK learn from the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan? Plus the West End's top dog.
With Sir Howard Davies, author Margaret Atwood and 7/7 survivor Tim Coulson.
Debating BSkyB's move on Sky News, vocational education and UFO sightings.