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Iranian astronaut Anousheh Ansari shares her memories of the song My Favourite Things.
An intimate portrait of the songwriter, singer and frontman of XTC, Andy Partridge.
If you want to write – read. Marinate your mind in the sentence and the word.
FutureProofing discovers what will be the secrets to achieving wealth in future.
Josie Long presents stories of people testing their mettle.
For decades the UK has not produced enough engineers. What is needed to change that?
David Walliams talks to Michael Rosen about writing both children's books and comedy.
Radio 4 in Four’s most popular clips
A study of patient's fears of wasting their GP's time.
If someone appears confident then we are likely to be influenced by them.
They are not the most obvious choice as a house-pet.
Emoji can help bridge the gap between men and women and heal relationships.
The laboratory shows that much of the long-held cooking advice is just plain wrong.
If you've got jewellery handed down in your family, do you know how much it's worth?
Are you one of the growing band of "flexitarians"?
Exceptional readings and dramas from 4 Stories.
Anthony is his storeroom, tapping out his book, when his great friend Dimitri interrupts.
November 1st, 1746. A traveller arrives at the port of New York, on urgent business.
Bella embarks on a sailing trip. Does her worsening hearing put the whole boat in danger?
Jessica Raine returns as Fleur in the final episodes of Galsworthy's epic.
Comedian Jessica Pidsley's harrowing story about postpartum psychosis.
A documentary fiction about Marcel Duchamp's groundbreaking work The Fountain.
An original short work for radio by Tom Cox, author of The Good, the Bad and the Furry.
A selection of the funniest comedy from Radio 4
A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp.
Alex Edelman looks back to his time working late night shifts in a chicken shop.
Clips, features and a podcast highlighting the funny side of the general election.
Nicholas Parsons and guests return for the 78th series of the iconic panel show.
Oxford Zoo is annexed by its own monkey kingdom, and a woman falls under a romantic spell.
Featuring letters on the topic of the world's favourite meat sauce - gravy.
Paul Merton and Julian Clary find themselves oversharing!
The home of quirky, curious and seriously interesting documentaries.
Susie Dent explores Americanisms in British English. Should we love them or loathe them?
Have we reached peak Scandi furniture? Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen thinks so.
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Drama in 12 short parts. Inspired by the digital transformation in disaster response.
Adam Scourfield interviews three British veterans blinded in conflict.
The story of how one woman offered refuge to leading intellectuals fleeing from the Nazis.
The USA is an invention. So how do you build the most powerful country in the world?
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