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Michael Rosen continues the series exploring the words we use.
Michael Rosen debates the language of power and authority.
Michael Rosen explores teenspeak with a father and son dictionary team.
Michael Rosen on the Americanisation of English, with Lynne Murphy and Matthew Engel.
Is emoji really the world's fastest-growing language? Michael Rosen finds out.
Michael Rosen explores the tunes we sing when we are speaking, without even realising it.
Michael Rosen on the language we use to talk about animals - and the names we give dogs.
Michael Rosen discusses interesting family words and phrases with listeners in Birmingham.
Michael Rosen talks to Countdown's Susie Dent about her love of words and language.
BBC LovetoRead campaign: Michael Rosen on the pleasure of and the science behind reading.
Michael Rosen on the creative use and misuse of language by children.
Michael Rosen talks to psychotherapist Philippa Perry about the importance of small talk.
Michael Rosen uncovers how people talk and think about directions in different languages.
Michael Rosen on discovering lost words and finding hidden linguistic connections.
The language of making and breaking relationships.
Michael Rosen talks to Keith Houston about punctuation symbols and how they came to exist.
Michael Rosen and Andrew Graham-Dixon on the naming of art movements and what it tells us.
Michael Rosen explores the verbs that are called irregular, and how they came to be.
Michael Rosen on a new Roald Dahl dictionary collecting the amazing words he invented.
Michael Rosen on the words used in PR that have been rated as the most annoying. Iconic...
Michael Rosen on how we talk about historical eras in order to define how we live now.
Michael Rosen talks to Dr Laura Wright about her new research on popular house names.
Steven Pinker joins Michael Rosen to talk about his love of, and life in, language.
Michael Rosen on one of the most frustrating language states: tip of the tongue.
Michael Rosen on research into the emotional effects of different kinds of communication.
Michael Rosen hears about a project to turn interviews recorded in Parliament into songs.
Michael Rosen and Laura Wright discuss how we take it in turns to talk, in conversation.
Michael Rosen and Dr Laura Wright guide listeners through the 20 most commonly used words.