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Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
Vince Cable outlines where new jobs will come from, Roger Waters reflects on The Wall.
The UN special rapporteur in leaked US documents, plus a fast fiddler.
With Evan Davis and Justin Webb. Including Yesterday in Parliament; Sports Desk.
With John Humphrys and Sarah Montague. Including Yesterday in Parliament; Sports Desk.
Defence Secretary Liam Fox previews the defence review, and Jesse Jackson on Barack Obama.
Theresa May outlines the UK's national security priorities, plus the return of the otter.
Former Navy chief Lord West on the MOD budget, Isabel Allende reflects on the mine rescue.
With James Naughtie and Evan Davis. Including Yesterday in Parliament; Sports Desk.
With Sarah Montague and John Humphrys. Including Yesterday in Parliament; Sports Desk.
With Sarah Montague and Evan Davis. Including Yesterday in Parliament; Sports Desk.
Lord Browne outlines his plan for tuition fees, plus Kiri Te Kanawa on Joan Sutherland.
Trevor Philips on fairness in Britain and Lord Blair on police responsibility.
George Soros's take on the China/US currency war plus Gyles Brandreth's love of piers.
Including Yesterday in Parliament; Sports Desk.
David Cameron on his plans for Britain's future, plus the late Norman Wisdom remembered.
George Osborne on the state of UK's economy, plus should it be harder to go on strike?
Lord Young on 'health and safety culture'; John Prescott on cutting the M4 bus lane.
With Former Pakistani president General Musharraf and the future of political correctness.
With Evan Davis and Justin Webb.
Ed Miliband outlines his plans for Labour, plus Gen Richard Dannatt on defence cuts.
Debating North Korean politics, Ed Miliband's speech and the UK's opportunities in space.
Debating Ed Miliband's debt to the unions and the UN's alien ambassador.
Lord Kinnock on the Labour leadership election, plus what came before the Big Bang?
Debating quango cancellation, council tax revaluation and banking reconfiguration.
Are the police "retreating from the streets" and is science getting harder?