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Prof John Lennox describes how God is encountered through science.
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The space scientist Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock reflects on the influence of the moon.
Anna Hill finds out how farmers in East Sussex are coping with a new livestock disease.
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Edward Stourton with the religious and ethical news of the week.
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In the fourth of the Lent series, Bishop Donal McKeown reflects on Church as Community.
Historian David Cannadine reflects on the power of the press, past and present.
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Pat blames herself and David finds that appearances can be deceptive.
Journalist Anna Ford is interviewed by Kirsty Young.
6/8 Paul Merton, Liza Tarbuck, Josie Lawrence and Kit Hesketh-Harvey play the devious game.
Sheila Dillon investigates the rise in demand for 'free from' foods.
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1/5 A celebration of Gerry Rafferty's popular solo hit, Baker Street. (R)
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2/3 Anna and Max face the challenges of life as refugees rather better than their parents.
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Roger McGough presents a show from the Radio 4 More than Words listening festival.
As the Treasury reviews tax avoidance, Fran Abrams asks - how widespread is the problem?
Claire Bolderson profiles the founder of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales.
Simon Parkes makes his selection from the past seven days of BBC Radio.
Emma's in for a treat.
1/4 Life and recipes from cookery writer Damien Trench's kitchen diary. (R)
2/3 Kathleen embarks on European adventures before meeting the figure she has been seeking.
The Now Show and the Catholic Church - a joke too far? Plus Philip Glass on Glasswatch.
Matthew Bannister on Sherwood Rowland, Lawrence Anthony, James Q Wilson and Joe Thompson.
With Paul Lewis. No buildings insurance: a cautionary tale of two cottages.
Examining the ideas of Downing Street's favourite intellectual, Nassim Nicolas Taleb.
Carolyn Quinn speaks to the political editor of the Financial Times, George Parker.
Anne McElvoy of the Economist analyses how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories
Francine Stock meets with Mark Wahlberg to discuss his new film Contraband.
Professionals and cowboys? UK and US military security workers. Also, 'whisky tourism'.
Spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with the Rev Dr Bert Tosh.
Alien Invaders: Charlotte Smith hears the killer shrimp has arrived in the Norfolk Broads.
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Monday 19 March 2012