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1/5 The story of Maya Angelou's relationship with her extraordinary mother Vivian Baxter.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
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Anna Magnusson, writer and broadcaster, with spiritual comment and prayer to start the day
Robin Markwell watches the willow harvest, and discovers that there is a bumper crop.
Margaret Thatcher remembered, including Kens Clarke and Livingstone, and Beatrix Campbell.
Andrew Neil offers a portrait of Margaret Thatcher via the voices of those she governed.
2/5 After nine years with her grandmother, Maya reluctantly returns to live with her mother.
What's been the impact of 15 years of Northern Ireland's peace agreement on women's lives?
2/5 Edith's radical proposal is about to be implemented, and Bruce is not happy.
Exploration of the experience of loneliness through interwoven personal accounts.
Laura Barton presents a portrait of the iconic French singer Juliette Greco.
Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker, discussing curbing pensioner benefits.
Barbara Castle's view as Margaret Thatcher becomes Britain's first female party leader.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
17/30 Professor David Hendy explains how cramped conditions led to a brutal massacre of cats.
Maurice turns out to be Job's comforter.
By Jim Poyser. Chopin visits industrial Manchester and gets more than he bargained for.
6/6 Michael Blastland uncovers the way we think, exploring our relationship with ambiguity.
Tom Heap finds out how DNA analysis can help prevent illegal trade in Rhino horn.
In Delhi and Jaipur, Chris Ledgard explores the passion and politics of language in India.
2/9 Galileo, charged with heresy for saying the earth revolved around the sun, is championed.
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2/4 Thom is fascinated by the strangely lucrative straight-to-DVD faith films.
Pat wants to talk.
John Wilson talks to photographer Sebastião Salgado and singer Sarah Brightman.
Lady Thatcher's position as Britain's first female PM was an integral part of her image.
Marking the 25th birthday of Prozac, Will Self asks if the drug has helped or harmed us.
What you need to know about PIP and its impact on you, now and in the future.
Red meat and heart disease; measles outbreak in Swansea; head injury and pituitary damage.
2/3 Steve Richards explores the speed and voracity of the modern 24-hour rolling news cycle.
Thatcher - was she really a eurosceptic? In-depth reporting and analysis with Ritula Shah.
2/5 As the war begins, Alexander's mother is determined to persuade her son to enlist.
2/4 Matt Harvey presents his poetry cabaret from the Swindon Festival of Literature.
John Hegley exuberantly shares his most-loved poems and novels. (R)
Plants worth hundreds of thousands of pounds are being thrown away because of bad weather.
Wednesday 10 April 2013