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A second badger cull gets the go-ahead in Somerset. With Charlotte Smith.
Imran Khan on US drone strikes, UK manufacturing and the Bond theme's creator.
Paralympian and broadcaster Ade Adepitan explains his castaway picks to Kirsty Young.
5/5 Writer Edna O'Brien reads her memoir, recalling New York dreams, and London memories.
Martha Stewart on the secret of her success. Presented by Jenni Murray.
5/5 Caterina finally knows the truth. Can she commit murder for the honour of her family?
The incredible story of the international odyssey made by the embalmed body of Eva Peron. (R)
2/6 Plagued by writer's block, novelist Ginny Fox visits Vera and Henry at their castle.
Should rail companies make profit out of delays caused by Network Rail? With Peter White.
Fi Glover hears from friends in Scotland who share a diagnosis of early-onset dementia.
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5/5 Gyles Brandreth has written books about Charles and Camilla, and Elizabeth II and Philip.
Lilian is given food for thought.
Gripping thriller by Peter Whalley. Falling in love with a stranger has never been scarier
Eric Robson continues the GQT tour of northern England in North Yorkshire.
1/3 By AL Kennedy. A young woman struggles to make plans for a future that might not exist.
Matthew Bannister on Eric Hobsbawm, Michael Hurll, Jerome Horwitz and Harry Chambers.
Live music behind-the-scenes at Maida Vale, and are political interviews too combative?
Sometimes family secrets are not secret at all, as Elizabeth and Kevin discover.
Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
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5/9 Sandi Toksvig with Jeremy Hardy, Hugo Rifkind, Susan Calman and Francesca Martinez.
Rhys arrives in the nick of time.
The Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour, actress Anne-Marie Duff, and artist David Shrigley.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate from the Clonter Opera Theatre, near Congleton
Sarah Dunant reflects on the role of history in society, and how it changes over time.
Penelope Fitzgerald's novel of love, religion and physics, dramatised by Yvonne Antrobus. (R)
US-China relations - a special programme with Robin Lustig.
15/15 With the king dead and Margaret to be married, it is time to return to Bidnold.
Scottish crime writer Val McDermid and comedian Alex Horne discuss their favourite books.
3/3 Tony Hart, Pat Keysall, Sylvester McCoy and Aardman; Paul Jackson revisits 'Vision On'. (R)
Gay couple Jo and Georgina reflect on what kind of parents they might have been.
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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Tina Beattie of Roehampton University
'When my home was burgled, I went to meet the offender in prison.' How did it go?
Saturday 6 October 2012