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2/3 Michael Sandel hosts a discussion about voting with an audience at the LSE.
2/5 A frightening encounter compels Anjan to redouble his efforts to find work as a reporter.
Mary Portas on high street heroines. Vince Cable on women on boards. Laurie Simmons.
2/10 Struggling to support her mother and sister, Sapna decides to sign the test contract.
Timandra Harkness discovers links between political choices and how our brains function.
1/3 Frances Fyfield's team explore the original score of Bernstein's hit show West Side Story.
Call You and Yours wants to hear your experience of getting a mortgage.
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Why was Abu Hamza tried in New York not London for terror offences? With Martha Kearney.
Martin Sixsmith looks at how psychology is used in shaping our behaviour.
Peggy sides with Rob. (R)
7/10 Lee Mattinson's quirky comedy drama inspired by his first full-time job.
2/6 Jay Rayner and the team are in Golders Green, North London. (R)
Britain's Overseas Territories are a treasure trove of wildlife. Tom Heap reports.
Julie Fernandez considers whether to have children at risk of inheriting her disability.
8/9 Soprano Emma Kirkby discusses the life of composer Henry Purcell with Matthew Parris.
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3/6 Alex Horne and his band present music and comedy with special guest Marcus Brigstocke.
Lynda and Lilian go to Chelsea.
Arts news. Fatboy Slim discusses his new album Bem Brasil, and a report from Cannes.
2/10 Struggling to support her mother and sister, Sapna decides to sign the test contract. (R)
Righting Wrongs: How effective is the system for investigating miscarriages of justice?
New research findings on Charles Bonnet Syndrome and the Ukulele Lite Orchestra.
How to help friends, All in the Mind awards finalists, and mental health in the City.
2/3 Michael Sandel hosts a discussion about voting with an audience at the LSE. (R)
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7/10 Nina finds herself entering into a rather unholy arrangement with Tony.
4/6 Simon Mayo hosts a three-way battle to find out which is the funniest comedy generation.
2/3 Pioneer women who arrived from India in the 50s and 60s recall their first impressions. (R)
2/5 A frightening encounter compels Anjan to redouble his efforts to find work as a reporter. (R)
With a fall in farmgate beef prices, is it down to the farmer to become more efficient?
Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the story and sound of the puffin. (R)
Wednesday 21 May 2014