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Listen to a selection of clips from recent and upcoming programmes.
Martha Kearney talks to James Lucas, co-writer and producer of 'The Phonecall'
Research suggests that gerbils in Asia were responsible for the spread of bubonic plague.
Former Labour foreign secretary Jack Straw said he followed 'strict government rules'.
Martha Kearney looks back at the political career of Sir Malcolm Rifkind
Dr Underdown, lecturer in human evolution said aggression was important to our ancestors.
Meet Christopher, a biological recorder and slug lover.
Did you know Johnny Vegas, aka Michael Pennington is a keen pot thrower?
Mark Urban explains the concept of 'hybrid warfare' in relation to Russia
Peter Oborne said the Telegraph need a review into editorial-advertiser relationships.
Peter Greste said he coped with prison by considering it part of a wider cause.
Actor Mark Strong explains why he loves to play the bad guy
Actor, Mark Rylance reveals why he didn't speak until he was six years old.
Mark Mardell interviews Victor Gregg, a prisoner of war in Dresden
Sir Nicolas Parsons has described the original pilot for Just a Minute as "a disaster"
David Tennant grapples with the rules of Just a Minute.
Sir Quentin Blake recalls a funny moment with Kenneth Williams on Jackanory
iPM listener Susan Andrews explains how counting birds brought her closer to her mother
Is it true that the first glass-bottomed balloon flight was cut short due to 'perving'?
A fine debut from the Just a Minute newbie.
Zoe Laughlin brought in two sets of spoons which have all been coated in different metals
Malala Yousafzai talks to Jane Garvey.
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