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A cockle bed closed following safety concerns could remain shut until April.
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Lively and diverse conversation with Libby Purves and guests including Antonio Carluccio.
3/5 Wainaina visits the industrial sprawl of Nairobi with his father and learns about cars.
Sarah Raven on wild flowers; giving patients a terminal diagnosis; Scottish Tory leader.
3/5 Peace is declared in Egypt. But conflict erupts between Ray and Sara.
Stories from the Poppy Factory in Surrey, where poppies are made for Remembrance Sunday.
4/4 Nail-biting adventure that features the uncompromising Loveday Brooke.
Swap your council house and find work. And are we running out of effective antibiotics?
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Martha Kearney with national and international news.
3/10 Dr Geoff Bunn on early Christian and Islamic contributions to understanding of the brain.
Jennifer tries to make the peace.
Small-time thief Johnny decides to return everything he has stolen.
Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on divorce.
Claudia Hammond slays common myths about the brain and its workings.
Laurie Taylor looks at new research about middle-class parents and schooling.
Max Mosley on his court win; reporting from Syria; James Murdoch prepares for MP scrutiny.
Eddie Mair presents the day's top stories.
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4/6 Marcus Brigstocke invites restaurant critic and die-hard carnivore Giles Coren to be vegan
Brenda offers her expertise.
John Wilson reviews Rum Diary and talks to legendary music producer Nile Rodgers.
Michael Buerk and guests debate the moral issues behind the Occupy London protest camp.
American designer Aza Raskin proposes a design renaissance in healthcare.
Exploring Antarctica's subglacial lakes for new lifeforms and future sea level rise clues.
With Robin Lustig. National and international news and analysis.
3/10 The man who has been terrorising Edmund Carstairs has been found dead in a hotel room.
2/6 Could we all use more or less faith? Mark Watson's quest to improve the world.
Sean Curran with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Your police need you! Charlotte Smith hears how volunteers could help tackle rural crime.
Thursday 10 November 2011