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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Archbishop George Stack.
Caz Graham hears the scale of the deluge needed to replenish water supplies across England
James Naughtie and Justin Webb look into party funding, A-levels and democracy in Burma.
1/3 Harvard political philosopher Michael Sandel questions the thinking beneath controversies.
2/5 The sounds of the geophony were the first heard on Earth.
The TV series that follows ten dating singletons with disabilities. With Jane Garvey.
7/10 Giacinto runs away following Ruth's sudden death, leaving Grixenda distraught.
1/8 Brett Westwood finds out why woodpecker numbers in the UK are both up and down.
3/4 Prof Winston examines the composer's uneasy relationship with the political authorities.
What do the Olympics mean to people who live outside London?
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2/5 Lord Wallace and David Hill visit Westminster Cathedral and talk about choirs.
Brian makes a breakthrough.
2/5 Callum loves to sing in the cathedral's voluntary choir. Who would dream of stopping him?
Two listeners head to the spot in the North Atlantic where a relative died in World War II
Is it too late to save the healthy fish stocks of the Antarctic? Gerard Baker reports.
In this Diamond Jubilee year, Michael Rosen looks at the way in which the Queen speaks.
1/8 Welsh poet Owen Sheers chooses Dylan Thomas for Great Lives.
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1/6 Ed is enjoying weekend-ish things, like having a bath, and whistling.
Jill is overruled.
With Mark Lawson, who reviews the film Headhunters, based on a book by Jo Nesbo.
Could bamboo prove to be 'green gold' for Nicaragua's poor? Mike Wooldridge reports.
Blind Veterans UK, listeners feedback and Digital Switchover
Unfair and outdated - why the BMA says prescriptions should be free in England.
A specially extended report from Zimbabwe with Robin Lustig.
2/10 As winter arrives, Jack and Mabel decide to build a snowman - or rather a snow girl.
2/6 How has a tracksuit top with a hood attached to it come to inspire fear in modern Britain? (R)
2/5 Alan Dein on how Northants villagers shatter the midnight peace in a din of pots and pans (R)
How the love of British offal overseas has helped generate 2.3 billion for the economy.
Wednesday 4 April 2012