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Debating tax cuts, blue sky thinking, and recreational drugs in sport.
BBC Radio 4
Debating threats to ME scientists, delayed operations and satirising the Commons.
Investigating why some children go to school not knowing their own name.
Debating the Olympic legacy, probation service paperwork and the Catholic confession.
With John Humphrys and Justin Webb. Including Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Debating Anders Behring Breivik, and compassion in the record industry.
With the latest on the gun and bomb attack in Norway.
Debating the eurozone deal, the death of Lucian Freud and how to become highbrow.
Debating the Greek crisis, university scholarships, and the secret of satire.
Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt, the Sun's Trevor Kavanagh and author PD James on hacking.
With Lord Kinnock and Acpo president Sir Hugh Orde on the post-hacking establishment.
Debating the resignation of Met chief Sir Paul Stephenson and decision to cut Army troops.
Debating the recognition of Libyan rebels, banking stress tests and winning the lottery.
Including Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
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BBC Radio 4 LW
Nick Clegg on phone hacking, debating animal testing, and Bobby Fischer.
Debating the police treatment over phone hacking and whether Italy is heading for a crisis
Debating phone hacking and the BBC's move north.
Debating the future of 752 Southern Cross care homes and News International's BSkyB bid.
Exploring power and the papers, humanitarian crisis in East Africa and the sound of F1.
Including Sports Desk, Thought for the Day and Yesterday in Parliament.
With Boris Johnson and the PCC on phone hacking, and John McCain on Afghanistan.
Debating the ramifications of the phone hacking scandal and boring classical music.
Debating voicemail hacking, drought in the Horn of Africa and creativity in science.
Debating who pays for elderly care, police reform and the UK's love for Ronald Reagan.
With James Naughtie and Sarah Montague.
Debating end-of-life care, bribery, employing Britons and the Royal Box.