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4/5 The Iron Lady and the Queen beg to differ over the Commonwealth and South Africa. (R)
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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Bishop John Arnold.
The impacts of the Russian import ban, both on UK dairy farmers and Russian consumers.
Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the virtuoso songster the pied butcherbird of Australia. (R)
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Kirsty Young talks to trumpeter Alison Balsom. (R)
5/5 Charles Moore asks what Margaret Thatcher was really like.
Jenni Murray presents a celebration of all things food with Nigella Lawson.
5/5 With only two eggs left, how will Modeste and Innocent cross Lake Kivu to get to Kibuye?
2/3 Two men and a mule explore the mountains and rainforests of Peru in search of the Incas.
4/4 A poet, a bottle of Calpol and some Roman bathing methods cause trouble for Snoo and Alice
Lilian Frost sees Roland in a new light as they share a day of photographic discoveries.
Are planners frustrating a government scheme for more rural homes?
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Andrew Parker explains why Antoni van Leeuwenhoek is his Natural History Hero.
Rob is in a sharing mood. (R)
By Charlene James. Award-winning drama about two Somali teenagers who live with a secret.
Peter Gibbs hosts the horticultural panel programme from the Beaulieu Motor Museum.
1/3 Chris inherits the farm in its entirety from her father, and she meets Ewan Tavendale.
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Although separated by nearly 30 years, these old soldiers share more than their uniforms.
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The Grundy boys are on their guard.
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5/5 With only two eggs left, how will Modeste and Innocent cross Lake Kivu to get to Kibuye? (R)
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Individual losses and grief increasingly fuel an interest in spiritualism.
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4/9 The search for Henry's wife begins on the windswept beach.
Green MP Caroline Lucas and columnist Rod Liddle debate books with Harriett Gilbert. (R)
6/6 Aleks Krotoksi explores whether we can embed ethics into our technologies. (R)
A visit by a church group to Northern Ireland brings about an unexpected friendship.
5/5 Charles Moore asks what Margaret Thatcher was really like. (R)
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