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3/5 The authors explore the lives - and deaths - of Stevie Smith and Louis MacNeice. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Charlotte Smith asks whether the killing of animals without stunning can be humane.
Michaela Strachan presents the story and sound of the common gull. (R)
Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the works, life and times of Seneca the Younger.
4/5 The lives - and reclusive deaths - of Emily Dickinson and Rosemary Tonks.
Cressida Dick has been named as the first woman Metropolitan Police Commissioner.
Correspondents's stories from Ireland, Iraq, Ukraine, Puerto Rico and feasting in Chile.
Mark Steel celebrates the ever expanding world of foreign hip-hop.
In January 1956, members of an Amazonian tribe murdered five American missionaries.
Consumer affairs programme.
Grace Dent tells the story of one woman's search to find her missing partner.
Clare Balding explores a new pathway across one of Ireland's biggest bogs at Derrigimlagh.
Former goalie Bob Wilson makes the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of Willow Foundation. (R)
Clark talks to award-winning Danish novelist Dorthe Nors. (R)
Stephen Woolley, producer of The Crying Game, reveals why the film almost never got made.
Adam Rutherford explores the science that is changing our world.
Arts news, interviews and reviews.
What will happen if the Islamic State loses its state? David Aaronovitch investigates.
Evan Davis does some black sky thinking as he hears about the growing UK space industry.
Adam Rutherford explores the science that is changing our world. (R)
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the works, life and times of Seneca the Younger. (R)
4/5 The lives - and reclusive deaths - of Emily Dickinson and Rosemary Tonks. (R)