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1/5 1967 and a teenage Alan Johnson, wannabe pop star, needs a steady job to fund his dreams. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
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Spiritual reflection to start the day with writer and broadcaster Anna Magnusson.
The Scottish referendum and what it means for farmers. Presented by Anna Hill.
David Attenborough presents the spix's macaw.
Morning news. Includes Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
4/4 We can now watch whatever we want, whenever we want. So what is the point of the BBFC?
In 1964, author Ken Kesey led a group of friends on a psychedelic road trip across the USA
2/5 At 19, Alan is a married father of two and about to become politicised.
Jane Garvey talks to Nicole Farhi about why she has moved from fashion to sculpture.
2/5 The story of Velveteens moves to the States as they embark on their first big tour.
Can dog-walkers share the planet with ground-nesting seabirds?
Shining a light on the earliest female jazz pioneers, who were erased from music history.
Lieutenant Lumley is a man with a plan.
Winifred Robinson asks whether IVF treatment should be available on the NHS.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news with Martha Kearney.
2/5 Piers Plowright returns to Oxford where, 50 years ago, he studied history. (R)
Leonie is being high-maintenance. (R)
9/11 Alastair Jessiman's psychic detective engages in a dangerous game with a leading actor. (R)
5/7 Jay Rayner hosts the culinary panel programme from Harrogate. (R)
Weatherman Peter Gibbs investigates the global impact of the weather phenomenon El Nino.
1/3 Jolyon Jenkins reports on the extreme treatments bald men are putting themselves through. (R)
7/9 Dame Stella Rimington explains to Matthew Parris why Dorothy L Sayers fascinates her. (R)
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/4 A brand new impression and sketch show starring Lewis Macleod.
Hayley speaks her mind.
Samira Ahmed and guests review the new Woody Allen movie, Magic in the Moonlight.
2/5 The story of Velveteens moves to the States as they embark on their first big tour. (R)
Victims of sexual abuse at Knowl View school in Rochdale tell their side of the story.
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What is safe travel, and who should decide? Plus a borrow-a-tandem scheme.
Vivienne Parry explores how patients are taking control of their own treatment.
4/4 We can now watch whatever we want, whenever we want. So what is the point of the BBFC? (R)
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
7/10 'So many questions for you'.
1/4 Meet Kim Jong Un's haircut and David Livingstone's trousers.
4/4 Repainting, plumbing, chaos and memories - a family turns a home into a wedding venue. (R)
2/5 At 19, Alan is a married father of two and about to become politicised. (R)
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside. Presented by Anna Hill.
David Attenborough presents the red-headed woodpecker found in North America.