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high winds are battering Britain. We discuss with our
reporters Simon Clemison in Plymouth and Jonathan Blake in the studio.
bishops from the Church of England have warned clergy that they will not be allowed
to marry same sex partners. They are currently able to have civil partnerships,
on the understanding that they remain celibate. Robert Piggott, BBC Religious Affairs
Tom Finney, one of England's greatest footballers, has died at the age of 91. The former England and Blackpool player, Jimmy Armfield, and
the BBC’s Jonathan Agnew look back on his life.
Severe flood warning remains in place in areas between
Cornwall and Hampshire. Our reporter Mike Thomson has been to meet some elderly
people living in supervised housing in flood-affected Berkshire.
Deputy Foreign Minister, Faisal Mekdad, said the Assad regime would talk about
a transition of power only if the opposition said it was committed to fighting
terrorism. Bridget Kendall, BBC diplomatic correspondent and Louay al-Safi, the
spokesperson for the Syrian opposition delegation in Geneva, discuss.
Great Scottish Tapestry designed by artist Andrew Crummy has been two years in
the making, is 143 metres long, consists of 160 panels and it has been stitched
by more than a thousand volunteers. We speak to one of those volunteers.
for the day with the Reverend Roy Jenkins.
Chief Constable Gavin Stephens of the Surrey Police, discusses to impact of the
weather and Dr Angela Connelly from Manchester University talks about small
scale flood protection that house owners and local streets can employ.
Bosman, the watch manager for the Maritime and Coastguard Agency's Solent
rescue and co-ordination centre describes the bizarre story of what happened to
customers at a restaurant in Milford on Sea.
has been an important week in the Scottish independence referendum campaign. Today’s
James Naughtie joins us from Edinburgh. The lawyer and
economist Hamish Patrick from Tods Murray and the economist Professor Gavin
McRome, former chief economist at the UK’s Scotland Office, weigh up the economics.
film Gravity is expected to do well at this weekend's Bafta awards. The critics
loved the story and the film's 3D effects. Mishal Husain has been speaking to
the film's visual effects supervisor.
Chertsey in Surrey has been hit hard by the floods. Our
reporter Chris King has been there.
GB won its 10th ever gold medal in the winter Olympics yesterday. We
speak to Lizzy Yarnold who took gold in the skeleton competition.
new book by Swedish psychiatrist David Eberhard, says children suffer later on
in life if their upbringing was too liberal. He discusses his book with the
psychologist Penelope Leach.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Patrick Stewart and Toby Jones read the BBC's D-Day news reports.
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