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The Badger Trust says it is ready to take legal action to stop a badger cull in England.
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Farce by Steve Chambers and Phil Nodding, set in and around Bev's hairdressing salon. (R)
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Helen gains a new perspective. Meanwhile Neil is insistent.
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David Cannadine surveys the current crop of anniversaries.
2/6 Clare discovers the freedom that Victorian public school girls found on the sports field.
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5/5 A portrait of the author Angela Carter via a series of postcards she sent to a friend.
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with the Rev Peter Whittaker.
One woman's experience of an open marriage, and top weatherman Peter Gibbs reads Your News
Saturday 11 February 2012