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David Dimbleby; hospital shake-up for NHS in England; TV reviews.
Property expert Kirstie Allsopp says a so-called 'mansion tax' would not work.
Creation records founder Alan McGee reveals his favourite bands and songs.
Terry Deary; Suggs; Philippines; Afghanistan opium; Jumbo iceberg; McCririck; The Moan In.
Richard speaks to actor and comedian Ben Miller and reviews the week's TV.
The UN says it's struggling to help millions of people hit by a typhoon in the Philippines
MPs question the heads of Britain's intelligence services MI5, MI6 and GCHQ.
Sam talks to workers at BAE in Portsmouth after the company announces massive job losses.
Piers Morgan; Jemima Khan; Plebgate.
Richard hosts the science phone in with a guest live from the North Atlantic.
Richard talks to Stephen Merchant and ghost story novelist Susan Hill.
Paul Hollywood; Greg Davies; petrol prices and Al Murray with the Moan-In.
News, sport, topical debate and big name guests. Plus a review of the week's new TV shows.
Adam Parsons talks to a Zimbabwean farmer who successfully sued Robert Mugabe.
Sam Walker sits in with news, sport, debate and guests Katie Price and Stephen Tomkinson.
Sam speaks to one half of Mitchell and Webb - David Mitchell.
Sam is joined by Restoration Man George Clarke.
Sam sits in and talks to broadcaster, comedian, travel journalist and author Sandi Toksvig
Katie Melua; US debt crisis; standing v sitting; the joy of vinyl; Chart the Week.
Stephen Fry; Karl Pilkington; Roy Hodgson; postal strike; The Moan-In.
News, sport, debate and Alan Yentob at the Radio Festival in Salford's Lowry Theatre.
Richard talks to legendary actor David Jason about his life and work.
Jennifer Saunders; Bridget Jones author Helen Fielding; Chart the Week.
Richard talks to John Bishop, Tom Holland and Frankie and The Heart Strings.
Jack Whitehall and dad Michael; fear of flying; Downton Abbey; BBC future and TV Reviews.
In Bacon's Theory as Philippa Langely talks about the search for Richard III.
Jeremy Paxman on First World War myths, and why he thought about quitting Newsnight.
Matthew d'Ancona, Johnny Vegas and The Moan-In.
Colin Paterson presents. With Sarah Millican, Michael Morpurgo and TV reviews.
Featuring Sir Derek Jacobi, Duncan Bannatyne and Bacon's Theory.