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1/5 Simon Morrison's moving story about Serge Prokofiev's remarkable wife.
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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with the Rt Rev Richard Chartres.
Tweets from the tractor cab - Sarah Swadling explores farmers' use of social media.
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1/3 What is news? From sensation to public service, bulletins to the culture of rolling news.
1/5 Jan and Evie were reunited through Facebook, after being separated for 60 years.
2/5 Simon Morrison's moving story about Serge Prokofiev's remarkable wife. European adventures
The views of teenage fans of US sitcom Friends, and a discussion on the appeal of running.
2/5 Family liaison officer Jackie Hartwell is helping Martin deal with his wife's abduction.
The neglected and gripping story of the founder of Behaviourism, Dr John Watson.
Julie Fowlis is on a mission to celebrate and preserve her culture through Gaelic song.
Should we involve children and young people in decisions that affect them?
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12/30 David Hendy explains how sound played a part in the medieval battle between good and evil.
Chris has a lot on his mind.
1/4 By Donna Franceschild. Moving comedy about a man who accidentally forms a jazz quartet.
5/6 Michael Blastland invites us to discover the way we think, behave and make decisions.
Alice Roberts finds urban wasteland being transformed into productive agricultural sites.
Michael Rosen asks who we are really talking to when we talk to ourselves.
1/9 George Bell, who in 1944 condemned the obliteration bombing of Germany.
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1/4 Comedian Thom Tuck draws parallels between his own life and the work of Steven Seagal.
Brenda feels under pressure.
Museum of the Year award contenders, Greg Bellow on his father Saul, and A Late Quartet.
Matthew Hill asks what is happening to Britain's public services.
Peter White and guests advise on ways for blind and partially sighted people to keep fit.
Dr Mark Porter reports on the latest health stories, including the new NHS 111 number.
North Korea, benefit cuts and regulating the arms trade. With Ritula Shah.
7/10 The next step to becoming filthy rich in rising Asia - befriend a bureaucrat.
1/4 Matt Harvey's musically-enhanced, interactive poetry cabaret comes from Bristol.
1/4 Richard recounts falling in love with Siobhan, who he meets over a shared bag of sweets.
1/4 Ex-con Dave receives an unwelcome visit from a benefits officer. (R)
'Worse than Foot and Mouth' - a Welsh hill farmer tells of the devastation wrought by snow
Wednesday 3 April 2013