Neil MacGregor examines the story of the two Germanys, East and West, created in 1949. (R)
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Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the New Zealand brown kiwi.
Libby Purves meets biographer Selina Hastings and horse whisperer Gary Witheford.
Neil MacGregor visits Kaliningrad, now in Russia but formerly the German city Konigsberg.
Secretary of state for education Nicky Morgan and a cancer charity for ethnic minorities.
Two friends prove that having breast cancer does not mean giving up on life.
3/4 Alan Dein speaks to people who, through choice or circumstance, are going it alone.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.
3/5 It is day two of the course, and the students discover the intricacies of mushy peas.
Financial phone-in on wills and inheritance tax.
Dr Mark Porter looks at the evidence for winter flu jabs and reviews sleep apps. (R)
8/8 How Sal Khan plans to give the world a free first-class education.
Steve Hewlett explores the Sunday Mirror sexting story and the political interview.
Kirsty Lang talks to Stephen Fry about his memoir, More Fool Me.
Neil MacGregor visits Kaliningrad, now in Russia but formerly the German city Konigsberg. (R)
Writer Michael Smith explores the uncertain future of masculinity.
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Sunil Shaunak argues that pharmaceuticals could, and should, build social capital.
Tom Heap visits communities living with the shale gas industry, from Texas to Lancashire. (R)
Libby Purves meets biographer Selina Hastings and horse whisperer Gary Witheford. (R)
3/3 Novelist Amit Chaudhuri offers a different vision of a city he has loved all his life. (R)