Michael Dobbs explores the political legacy of the Brighton hotel bombing.
BBC Radio 4
3/3 What lessons have been learnt from the credit crisis? Could it happen again?
BBC World Service
Mike hears quiet voices on climate change, mulls a Nobel Prize and gets down with the kids
The Ninety-Nine Beautiful Names of God in Islam
If you were forced to leave your home forever, what would you take with you?
1/2 How farmers and fisherman in poorer countries are trading themselves out of poverty.
Serving life for stealing a pair of socks.
1/2 Dennis Marks travels to New York to discover what has become of Yiddish and how much of...
Gerry Northam asks why it seems so hard to buy the right equipment for our forces.
2/3 A longer view of the crash suggests that there are in fact many causes - financial, pol...