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4/5 As middle age approaches, Larkin's private life is as complicated as ever. (R)
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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with the Rev Mike Starkey.
Is farming man's biggest mistake in history?
Brett Westwood presents the story and sound of the great spotted woodpecker. (R)
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Sue MacGregor looks back at the phenomenal rise of the Sun newspaper in the 1980s. (R)
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5/5 Despite having two continuing relationships, Larkin brings another woman into his life.
Jenni Murray talks to Lea DeLaria about her role in Orange Is the New Black.
5/10 Shardlake focuses on helping Elizabeth Wentworth, accused of murdering her young cousin.
2/4 Alan Dein meets doulas in Lewes, Sussex, who are companions to the dying.
6/6 Author Kate Mosse's diary tells of a rain-soaked family holiday to the Lake District. (R)
In Folkestone, the cake sale at St Jude's is in full swing.
How can a discount card end up costing you hundreds of pounds?
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National and international news with Shaun Ley.
5/5 Writer Lucy Mangan turns to fairy tales in a search for literary solutions to the economy.
Henry gets boisterous. (R)
3/6 A high-powered lawyer and her daughter are arrested for drug possession after a party.
Peter Gibbs chairs the horticultural panel programme from RHS Wisley.
1/3 By Claire Fuller. In a world of constant rain, a young girl decides to steal a chicken.
Obituary series, analysing and celebrating the lives of people who have recently died.
Investigating the numbers in the news.
Friends share the experience of infertility and accept that childlessness has its pluses.
Carolyn Quinn presents coverage and analysis of the day's news.
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5/6 Marcus has decided to form a religion based on peace, loving-kindness and probably war.
Vicky has got news for Hayley.
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5/10 Shardlake focuses on helping Elizabeth Wentworth, accused of murdering her young cousin. (R)
Ritula Shah presents political debate from the Broadcasting House Radio Theatre in London.
Will Self takes on one of the nation's best-loved figures, George Orwell.
4/9 The locals attempt to boost morale with a fundraising event.
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5/10 Are the fortunes of the band about to change?
6/6 Late-night discussion with Jay Rayner.
Friends reflect on the racism they encountered growing up in East London in the 1980s.
5/5 Despite having two continuing relationships, Larkin brings another woman into his life. (R)
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A short reflection and prayer with Pastor Lindsay Allen.
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