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William Goldman's dark sequel to Marathon Man, dramatised by Stephen Keyworth.
Jay Rayner and his culinary panel are at the Dash Arts Dacha in Shoreditch.
Jayne-Anne Gadhia, banker, is interviewed by Kirsty Young for Desert Island Discs.
Brian Cox and Robin Ince take a look at the life and death properties of oxygen.
When Magnus Pym disappears, MI6 launches an urgent manhunt.
Eric Robson hosts the horticultural panel programme from the Jurassic Coast.
Front Row: LGBTQ guests champion queer artworks which are special to them.
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After telling his father that he is gay, Gubs wonders whether he will attend his wedding.
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People who've bought Valspar paint from B&Q have been complaining about a bad smell.
Mary-Ann Ochota considers why this change is happening.
Louise and Graeme Nicoll have introduced alpaca walking tours on their farm.
More and more of us are shunning the traditional funeral for a personalised send-off.
Exceptional readings and dramas from 4 Stories.
Ex-Black Panther and political activist Assata Shakur's autobiography.
An unmissable season of dystopian dramas and readings
William Goldman's cult thriller dramatised by Stephen Keyworth.
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Ray Bradbury's visionary cult classic, abridged by Sara Davies and read by Alex Jennings.
Novelist David Mitchell introduces this compelling book by a teenager with severe autism.
A selection of the funniest comedy from Radio 4
Barry Cryer, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Jeremy Hardy and Jan Ravens join chairman Jack Dee.
Comedy about two sisters who live together. Starring Susan Calman and Ashley Jensen.
The best political sketches from Dead Ringers, featuring Donald Trump and Theresa May.
Julia Sutherland meets Janey Godley and Heather Ross, who share their personal stories.
The topical satirical show returns for some post-election skewering.
The Pin (aka Ben Ashenden and Alex Owen) chat to Cariad Lloyd about pitching bad ideas.
Comedian and actor Adam Buxton talks to The League of Gentlemen's Reece Shearsmith.
The home of quirky, curious and seriously interesting documentaries.
How Charles Bliss attempted to bring about world peace through a new visual language.
Anita Anand embarks on a personal exploration of divisions within the feminist movement.
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Penzance-born Rory McGrath performs a Cornish song at the SUNS International Festival.
A revealing insight into Myanmar life as seen through the eyes of Yangon's young artists.
Susie Barrie follows the experts employed to tell fine wines from fakes.
A major season featuring plays, documentaries, talks and music.
Exercise your imagination with some of the best writers and actors on radio. Storytelling at its very best.
Pit your wits against Today’s puzzle-meisters.
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