Laurie Taylor explores marriages between people from different class backgrounds.
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Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the Andean cock-of-the-rock from Peru.
Anna Hill meets the McVeigh family, giving control of their Suffolk farm to their children
Christine Finn explores the world of recorded natural sound and those who relax to it.
2/6 Clare Balding walks in Windsor Great Park with writer and journalist Bill Bryson.
10/10 Hannah Fry explores how a British company shrunk chips and made the mobile revolution.
Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the Hawaiian crow, now extinct in the wild.
McDonalds say their fast food fries go 100% British, but will this help potato producers?
Adam Rutherford is joined by guests to answer listener questions.
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