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Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
BBC Radio 4
Debating why Stephen Hester turned down his bonus, and with William Hague on the EU.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
BBC Radio 4 FM
Debating Stephen Hester's bonus, tests for autism, police numbers and what next for Cern.
With Lord Mandelson on the "filthy rich", Jeremy Bowen in Douma and debating Vitamin D.
With Bill Gates on capitalism. Plus discussing the ECHR, and British integrity.
Andrew Lansley defends NHS efficiency savings, and debating shale gas and Haditha killings
Debating the proposed benefits cap, Nigeria bomb attacks and cosmetic surgery advertising.
Why are so many people visiting A&E departments? Plus celebrity privacy and Press TV.
Analysing 'moral capitalism', plus the NHS reforms and Adrian Mole at 30.
Debating the 'joint enterprise' law, prospects for a new London airport and Dickens at 200
Debating the Welfare Reform Bill, disaster psychology, and union criticisms of Ed Miliband
Including Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day. With James Naughtie and Evan Davis.
Ed Balls on public sector pay cap; cruise liner grounded off Tuscany; and press ethics.
Discussing stop and search, firing teachers, Burma, Saudi Arabia and a spider silk cape.
Debating the Scottish independence referendum with Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling.
With Labour leader Ed Miliband and discussing HS2 and healthy nudges.
Debating top pay, secret IRA recordings and with Duwayne Brooks on the Lawrence murder.
Discussing top pay, HS2, race in the UK, the strong pound and the ANC at 100.
With Prime Minister David Cameron and listeners' questions for Prof Stephen Hawking.
With Deputy PM Nick Clegg's New Year interview, and discussing scrap and assisted dying.
Debating how the murder of Stephen Lawrence changed Britain, and the science of meditation
Debating social care funding, the Iowa caucuses, faulty breast implants and Iran.
With BBC editors' predictions for 2012 and debates on England managers and Big Society.