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Discover the secrets of Radio 4's iconic forecast for the seas around the British Isles.
Kashmir 1915. Dr Aadam Aziz falls in love with a woman hidden behind a perforated sheet.
Mark Watson hosts the final from the Edinburgh Fringe.
Novelist Maggie O'Farrell's memoir, told through a series of near-death experiences.
George Osborne gets a grilling whilst posing for a portrait by cartoonist Martin Rowson.
Becky Milligan profiles pop superstar Taylor Swift.
With people living longer and saving less, are we living through the death of retirement?
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The sound of the eclipse will be streamed to visually impaired people over the internet.
Official statistics report that one in five adults never drink alcohol.
This summer, Moeen Ali has broken several cricketing records. How does he do it?
The battle against rural theft as thieves in the countryside get ever more brazen.
A new study shows just how expensive renting has now become.
Meet the people continuing a family business passed from one generation to the next.
Do you stand more chance of passing if you take an intensive course?
Exceptional readings and dramas from 4 Stories.
Drama by Sean Grundy about the love of JRR Tolkien's life, Based on real events.
Bernard MacLaverty's profound examination of love, loss and faith. Read by Frances Tomelty
An exploration of the life and works of the novelist and writer, Henry James.
By Ben Lewis. Quirky drama about a party-goer and a talking fly.
Meera Syal as family liaison officer Jackie Hartwell investigating a suspicious fire.
Greta Scacchi stars in Hugh Costello's political thriller of secrets and lies.
A selection of the funniest comedy from Radio 4
Watch our guide to some of Sweden's strangest swear words.
Spencer Jones, Sophie Willan, Tez Ilyas, Lost Voice Guy and Lauren Pattison all pop by.
Brand new stand up from Edinburgh.
The Australian comedian storms the BBC New Comedy Award final.
The comedian on his impression of the Chuckle Brother, and designs on Noel Fielding.
Phil Ellis challenges Tim Vine to make jokes from the titles of shows at Edinburgh.
John Lloyd and Romesh Ranganathan with Cariad Lloyd, Amanda Owen and Gyles Brandreth.
The home of quirky, curious and seriously interesting documentaries.
Grayson Perry goes in search of the moment the avant-garde died.
Bill Drummond is driving to every county in Ireland in five days. But what's driving Bill?
Just how common is your language?
Impressionist Rory Bremner explores the role of the human voice in forensic phonetics.
Peter Tatchell on how the 1967 Sexual Offences Act failed to provide equality for gay men.
A meditation on the enduring dream - and the potential nightmare - of tower block life.
The truth is like a vegetable your mother makes you eat, nourishing but it tastes terrible
From pigs to the apocalypse, test your knowledge here.
News and interviews with the hottest comedians from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Pit your wits against Today’s puzzle-meisters.
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