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With Justin Webb and Sarah Montague. Including Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
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James Naughtie, from Cairo, explores the Arab Spring as it turns into a difficult summer.
Sharon Shoesmith on her appeal victory, plus James Naughtie in Cairo on the "Arab spring".
John Simpson on Ratko Mladic, plus Christine Lagarde explains why she should head the IMF.
Discussing Scottish sectarianism, elderly care and modern chivalry.
Debating ash cloud overreaction, Obama-Cameron politics and "structured reality" TV.
Debating Obama in Britain, privacy and the Commons, and more ash cloud chaos.
Alex Salmond on independence, Bob Dylan on addiction, and the privacy debate continues.
With Henry Kissinger on the Middle East and China and debating whether Armageddon is nigh.
Debating media privacy, Obama and Israel, and science fact and science fiction.
Debating Britain's expensive trains, the crisis in Syria and a growing dot com bubble.
Debating Clegg's opposition to NHS reform and police fears of government 'revenge'.
Including Sports Desk; Weather; Yesterday in Parliament; Thought for the Day.
Debating Tracey Emin's art, Nato in Libya and the power of emotion.
Are EU countries backtracking on open borders? Plus the 'perfect' Eurovision song.
Debating the Pakistan bomb attack, the UK border agency and gay role models.
With the US Attorney General on Bin Laden and Stephen Fry on classical music.
Including Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Discussing the 7/7 inquest, the AV referendum and the impact of the elections.
Debating the precedent set by Bin Laden's death, plus can the world support 10bn people?
With Ed Miliband on AV, BBC Trust chairman Lord Patten and Mohammed El Baradei.
Cameron and Clegg on AV and local elections, plus the myth behind Bin Laden.