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The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 Poets Michael Symmons Roberts and Paul Farley ask 'What is the true cost of poetry?'. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Alison Murdoch.
Council tenant farm sell-off, annual organic report, animal welfare in the slaughterhouse.
Steve Backshall presents the story and sound of the lesser black-backed gull. (R)
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Alan Winfield talks to Jim Al-Khalili about the ethics of robots, from drones to androids.
Lucy Mangan talks to Bea Harvie, a young carer, about responsibility.
2/5 The authors explore the lives - and suicides - of John Berryman and Sylvia Plath.
Approaching life as a carer and how to manage physical violence. Clover Stroud.
2/5 Young Bertie decides on drastic imaginative action to keep his psychotherapist happy.
Adam Rutherford asks if we are ready for artificial intelligences making decisions for us.
A look at the influence of the visits of Duke Ellington before and after World War II.
Witness hears from the first woman to bring a case of sexual harassment to trial in India.
Winifred Robinson hosts a phone-in on caring for elderly relatives.
The latest weather forecast.
Analysis of news and current affairs.
Grace Dent tells the story of one woman's search to find her missing partner.
Eddie goes a step too far. (R)
A sensitive examination of one Muslim teenager's path to radicalisation. (R)
Josie Long with stories of hope in darkness.
Oil exploration has begun in the most biodiverse place on earth. Tom Heap investigates.
Is emoji really the world's fastest-growing language? Michael Rosen finds out.
Harriett Gilbert talks to Murray Lachlan Young and Deborah Frances-White about good reads.
Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
A heterosexual couple have lost their latest legal battle to have a civil partnership.
2/4 Mark asks why it is so hard to get to the bottom of what makes people look and feel good. (R)
Roy is taken by surprise.
Gurinder Chadha on her film Viceroy's House, and American Gothic at the Royal Academy.
2/5 Young Bertie decides on drastic imaginative action to keep his psychotherapist happy. (R)
An investigation into standards in pupil referral units for children excluded from school.
Tanvir Bush talks about her novel, and Australian film-maker Gough talks about his work.
Topics include Vitamin D, an air ambulance blood trial and phantom limb pain.
Alan Winfield talks to Jim Al-Khalili about the ethics of robots, from drones to androids. (R)
Reporting from Maryland, USA, where immigration raids have started already.
2/10 Colson Whitehead's vital novel about slavery, winner of the US National Book Award 2016.
6/6 Brian Cox and Robin Ince discover how science can make the invisible visible. (R)
Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
2/5 The authors explore the lives - and suicides - of John Berryman and Sylvia Plath. (R)
Farming Today reports from the first NFU Conference since the Brexit vote.
Michaela Strachan presents the story and sound of the great black-backed gull. (R)
Wednesday 22 February 2017