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4/5 The Battle of the Oranges. The joyously messy carnival of Ivrea, a town in northern Italy. (R)
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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with the Most Rev George Stack.
Could reducing the number of livestock herds by half help reduce nitrogen pollution?
Kate Humble presents the goosander.
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Sue MacGregor reunites Sir David Attenborough with the team behind Life on Earth. (R)
5/5 A journey to the citrus groves of Calabria, in search of liquid green gold: bergamot oil.
Why 70% of all those who defect from North Korea are women, with Jenni Murray.
5/5 Rebecca Front and Clare Balding introduce us to Olympic equestrian Annabel de Lacy.
Olga Betko finds out why London has become the favourite destination of Russia's elite.
3/4 The useless officers' crackdown on fly-posting leads to a disappearance. (R)
Fi Glover introduces a mother and son who share a love of travel and adventure.
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Martin Sixsmith considers therapies that combined psychoanalysis and behaviourism.
Happy Kirsty rides to church. (R)
A story of corruption in Spain as an expat's house faces demolition. By Eugenio Amaya.
Peter Gibbs presents GQT from the Nissan Car Factory in Sunderland.
1/3 Jenni Fagan's story of a young Ugandan boy trying to make sense of life in a tower block.
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Fi Glover introduces a conversation about working with search-and-rescue dogs.
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2/7 Steve Punt, Hugh Dennis and the team present a comic take on the week's news.
Alice tidies up.
Kirsty Lang with arts news, interviews and reviews.
5/5 Rebecca Front and Clare Balding introduce us to Olympic equestrian Annabel de Lacy. (R)
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Great Casterton, Rutland.
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1/5 Martin Sixsmith presents a history of psychology and the mind.
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10/10 As Ruth nears the end of Virgil's story, is she any closer to finding her father?
Les Dawson's interview with Dr Anthony Clare recorded the week before his death in 1993. (R)
2/3 Fernando, a child refugee from the Spanish Civil War, comes to stay with an English family (R)
Fi Glover with a couple who refuse to let unstable epilepsy disrupt their wedding plans.
5/5 A journey to the citrus groves of Calabria, in search of liquid green gold: bergamot oil. (R)
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