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3/5 Singer Tracey Thorn's memoir recalls ramshackle teenage bands, pop success and motherhood.
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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with the Rev Clair Jaquiss.
Half the deer in Britain should be culled, according to a report by environmental experts.
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Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss absolute zero, the theoretical lowest possible temperature
4/5 Tracey traces her relationship with Ben Watt, the other half of Everything But The Girl.
The EU and women. Meklit Hadero. Mummylit, mumpreneur - is the mummy prefix ever OK?
14/15 Hugh wants to spend a day looking after Polly, but she ends up having to look after him.
The boy who sent Stalin crashing to the floor, and other stories from around the world.
The story of Chicago's Depression-era black renaissance and the artists who led it.
Payday loans companies banned from university campuses and more problems for RBS customers
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Amanda Burton and Bronagh Gallagher star in a play exploring Derry-Londonderry.
Alice is frantic with worry.
3/4 Pilgrim must tackle an old adversary and save the community of Wedlowe Sound.
5/6 American author David Sedaris takes Clare Balding on a litter-picking walk in West Sussex.
Mariella Frostrup presents an appeal on behalf of the International Rescue Committee UK.
Andrew Miller discusses his novel Pure, winner of the Costa Prize 2011.
Francine Stock talks to actor Tim Roth and director Steven Soderbergh.
Is a deer cull the solution to controlling ever-increasing numbers? With Quentin Cooper.
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2/4 Jeremy delves into the murky world of womanlitude.
Susan is thrown into a panic.
John Wilson assesses David Bowie's music and influence in the light of a new album.
Britain's most senior judge Lord Neuberger answers questions from the Supreme Court.
Evan Davis chairs a discussion providing insight into business from the people at the top.
1/3 Erica discovers that bees' sense of smell can be used to detect explosives and disease.
Round-up of the day's news with Philippa Thomas. Chavez, Pryce, and vintage Robin Lustig.
9/10 The Middlesteins and friends come together at the b'nai mitzvah.
1/4 Misogyny, like shiny leggings, has made an unexpected comeback. But did it ever go away?
The government says that it will make its overseas aid target legally binding.
Why the UK needs more Nature Improvement Areas, and one way of reducing cattle's methane.
Friday 8 March 2013