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Debating the murder of Khalil Dale, wind farm planning and Roy Hodgson for England manager
BBC Radio 4
Salmond defends Murdoch meetings; queueing at Heathrow; the very first Olympic hotels.
Debating press and politicians, the Solar Orbiter, bus lanes and anti-abortion campaigns.
Including Sports Desk; Yesterday in Parliament; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Debating the proposed takeover of BSkyB, plus skydiving from the edge of space.
Debating affordable housing, eurozone jitters, cheap drugs and a mass trespass 80 years on
Including David Cameron interviewed, plus the 'Granny-nav' and Jack Ashley remembered.
George Osborne on the IMF, plus a mystery about dark matter and the return of the 78.
With baby Jayden's parents on their acquittal, debating pornography, and dictators' wives.
With Ken Clarke on Abu Qatada, and discussing Mass Observation and Tourette's syndrome.
Nick Clegg interviewed, plus Britain's colonial files and the Doolittle raid remembered.
Debating fracking, drugs in prison, the Bahrain F1, and the final days of Philip Gould.
Debating charity tax relief, truancy fines, party funding and Afghan violence.
With John Humphrys and Justin Webb. Including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day
Can PCSOs replace beat bobbies? Plus David Cameron in Burma and Cate Blanchett on theatre.
The latest on the Syrian ceasefire, plus tax relief and William Boyd on his new Bond novel
John Humphrys launches a year-long series of reports from Liberia.
Examining extradition hearings, the latest from Syria and 30 years of the Hacienda club.
Debating Syrian unrest, Brazil's growing importance, and Paddington Bear's latest outing.
Debating Bahrain, the Met Police and solo dining in good restaurants.
BBC Radio 4 FM
Discussing alleged police racism, the Balkans war recalled, plus the joy of urban fishing.
Including Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Ken Clarke on secret courts, plus Big Society Capital, and Charles II's 'bunny girls'.
James Naughtie and Justin Webb look into party funding, A-levels and democracy in Burma.
Debating online monitoring, the Falklands war, Burma elections and adoption delay.