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2/5 On her first day at university, 18-year-old Tracey answered a public address announcement.
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BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with the Rev Clair Jaquiss.
Plans for an SOS text message service to tell keepers when their bees are in trouble.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
Libby Purves meets escapologist Jonathan Goodwin and jazz singer Curtis Stigers.
3/5 Singer Tracey Thorn's memoir recalls ramshackle teenage bands, pop success and motherhood.
MP Justine Greening talks about educating girls worldwide, plus comedian Bridget Christie.
13/15 Villy is indignant that Louise has gone to stay with Michael without telling them.
3/4 Alan Dein meets Dave Clifford, who swapped the police beat for a job at a London academy.
3/3 Luke thinks he's onto the murderer, but will he be able to prove it?
Why the words 'Made in England' may not mean what you expect. With Winifred Robinson.
The latest weather forecast.
Martha Kearney presents national and international news.
8/8 Nick Robinson concludes his series on relations between broadcasters and politicians.
Shula acts quickly.
After the death of her son, Nicholas Heiney, Libby Purves discovered his life in writing.
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Dr Mark Porter questions health minister Lord Howe about possible NHS reforms.
Laurie Taylor on the growing medicalisation of everyday life, and subcultural 'oldies'.
Is the Defamation Bill at risk? And is BBC Worldwide set to sell off Lonely Planet?
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National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/6 Sue Perkins hosts a new series of the panel show of moral and ethical choices.
Alice is frantic with worry.
Actor Mark Strong on Welcome to the Punch; comedy duo Anna and Katy; author Tash Aw.
Are humans naturally good, or would we all do wrong if we could get away with it?
Jewish journalist Benjamin Cohen reflects on his fear of being abandoned for being gay.
Solar lamps are lighting parts of Africa the grid cannot reach. Tom Heap investigates.
Special debate in Beijing on China's foreign policy challenges. Presented by Ritula Shah.
8/10 Richard takes his grandchildren, Emily and Josh, to the synagogue.
1/4 Mark Heap arrives in Discworld, as Rincewind: Wizard and Running Away Expert.
3/6 Dan Antopolski, Nat Luurtsema and Tom Craine piece together a selection of sketches.
Susan Hulme with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Half the deer in Britain should be culled, according to a report by environmental experts.
Thursday 7 March 2013