Listen to a selection of clips from recent and upcoming programmes.
Sir Martin Narey discusses his report into social work training.
Peter Horrocks, Director, The World Service says the BBC's integrity won't be undermined
Ross Hawkins reports on the funding of "the centrepiece" of Labour's economic plan
Frank Field MP and Reverend Giles Fraser discuss the moral debate to the welfare system.
Shaun Ley interviews Dr Eric Jensen, the Bishop of Manchester and Laura Sandys MP
Steve Rosenberg reports on the ongoing violence in Kiev
Lucy Williamson reports on today's Korean family reunions
Chris Mason interviews Labour Leader Ed Miliband about his plans for party reform.
We report from Scotland where support for the party has fallen as low as 8 per cent.
Ross Hawkins reports on the 30th Anniversary of Spitting Image.
Andrew Pierce, Daily Mail Consultant Editor, defends the paper's Harriet Harman coverage.
Justin Webb hears the opinions of Slough residents on EU migration.
Labour MP Tom Watson on the Paedophile Information Exchange and child abuse allegations
Shaun Ley interviews Jonathan Powell, former Chief British Negotiator on Northern Ireland
How Bryan Gould turned down invitation to be honorary vice-president of paedophile group.
Sima Kotecha speaks to a former member of al-Qaeda, who did not want to be named.
Nato Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen outlines its view of the Ukraine crisis.
Russian MP Vyacheslav Nikonov: there can be "no good resolution" to the Ukraine crisis.
Matthew Ryder QC and Sir Hugh Orde on the forthcoming inquiry into undercover policing.
Martha Kearney interviews Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls about Labour's Job Guarantee
Andrew North looks at Indian politics, speaking to 94-year-old Indian MP Rishang Keishing
Henry de Zoete, a former adviser to Michael Gove, interviewed about free school meal plan
James Wood, brother of missing flight passenger Philip Wood, speaks to Tom Bateman.
Martha Kearney interviews Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt about pay review recommendations
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