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Janet Ellis explores the history of the hula hoop.
James Naughtie and guests analyse an extraordinary year in politics for the UK and the USA
Will Robson assesses the controversial use of drones by Britain's armed forces.
Three Irish writers choose three WB Yeats poems as inspiration for a story.
The story of the Merchant Navy ships trapped in the Suez Canal during the 1967 Six Day War
Series of five comic tales by William Makepeace Thackeray, adapted by Stephen Wyatt
Britain's leading ventriloquist brings the crafty art back to radio.
BBC Radio 4 Extra
Yes. No. Don't Know: Three choices that sparked a 24-hour landmark in Scottish theatre.
News, views and features on yesterday's stories in Parliament
David Hepworth talks to fellow writers and bloggers about the decline of the music press.
What do a film star, a biologist and a journalist have in common? A mysterious finger.
News and discussion of consumer affairs
Mary Beard tells the intriguing story of the history of exams.
Author Adam Gopnik rides New York's longest subway train which is famous for its song.
A series of programmes on people who have had songs written for or about them.
Alan Dein explores the classic American TV series The Twilight Zone.
Peter Hennessy explores how Macmillan transformed the country's mood after the Suez crisis
Winifred Robinson investigates government plans to target the education of young prisoners
Young people from Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales talk about life under devolution
What happened to the trainee prison governors featured in Radio 4's The Young Governors
Young Italian professionals working in the UK reveal how their economy has cast them out.
2006 BBC Young Musician of the Year Mark Simpson talks to other previous winners.
Samira Ahmed meets the next generation of Britain's imams.
Adjoa Andoh reflects on the career of playwright and activist Lorraine Hansberry.
Dotun Adebayo looks at why many young black British people are converting to Islam.
Gary Younge examines Barack Obama's presidency
Dominic Arkwright looks at the condition of British farming in the current climate.
Kirsty Young presents tracks that listeners have chosen to take to a desert island
Louise Cooper considers the financial and emotional dimensions of life's big decisions.
Robin Denselow profiles musician Youssou N'Dour as he reaches his 50th birthday.
The courageous journey of refugee Yusra Mardini, from war-torn Syria to the Rio Olympics.