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Farmers count the cost of the clean-up as the tidal surge causes damage to farmland.
Chris Packham presents the mute swan.
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Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Roman letter-writer Pliny the Younger.
4/5 Now using the name David Motsamayi, Mr Mandela is asked to set up a military wing.
Wendy takes centre stage as Peter Pan gets a feminist makeover. With Jenni Murray.
4/5 Sam has been gadding about, then Elizabeth finds him fondling the maid.
Can Indonesia successfully introduce the world's largest public health insurance scheme?
Martin Ellis explores the work of contemporary silversmiths.
The latest report into food standards following the horsemeat scandal.
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Jeremy describes the impact of the Reformation and later Puritan attitudes to music.
Tom seeks advice. (R)
4/4 Pilgrim's quest for the Radiant Boy nears its mysterious end.
Felicity Evans travels from Beeston to Ellesmere Port along the Shropshire Union Canal.
Kathy Lette presents an appeal for Women and Children First UK. (R)
Penelope Lively on where she writes and Suzanne Berne on her novel The Dogs of Littlefield (R)
Francine Stock talks to legendary film producer Harvey Weinstein, co-founder of Miramax.
Scientists are ready to form the vanguard in the fight to protect UK food from criminals.
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3/6 Jon Culshaw and Debra Stephenson explore the bizarre private lives of famous folk.
Shula makes a shocking discovery.
John Wilson is with Victoria Wood in Salford for the unveiling of a new work of art.
4/5 Sam has been gadding about, then Elizabeth finds him fondling the maid. (R)
Andrew Fletcher investigates tensions in some UK cities with large Roma communities.
Peter Day talks to people with disabilities and asks how equal their opportunities are.
Scientists are ready to form the vanguard in the fight to protect UK food from criminals. (R)
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Roman letter-writer Pliny the Younger. (R)
Will Ukraine's Yanukovich sign Europe's trade deal? News round-up with Philippa Thomas.
4/5 'I felt Odd Henderson before I saw him.'.
1/4 A trip round Wunderland, the Poundland of magical realms. Written by Alice Lowe.
Rachel Byrne reports from Westminster.
More testing is urged in wake of the horsemeat scandal, but will farmers foot the bill?
Chris Packham presents the brent goose.
Friday 13 December 2013