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4/5 Despite the brutal murder of Sir Alexander Burnes, Macnaghtan is still complacent.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg.
Charlotte Smith hears Europe wants to restrict pesticides to save bees.
Is the IPCC 'under-equipped'? Plus equal marriage, and the future for pubs.
Alicia McCarthy reports as a row over a local hospital reaches the Commons.
Aung San Suu Kyi, Burma's opposition leader, is interviewed by Kirsty Young.
An act of worship led by Leslie Griffiths.
Dare you dress to stand out from the crowd? With Jenni Murray.
5/5 Christmas is coming to Barbary Lane, but what will it bring for Mrs Madrigal's people?
Razia Iqbal visits the women architects of the Gulf.
4/6 Son-in-law Blake secretly fits Sandy's new wristwatch with a tiny transponder.
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Peter White on why Ironbridge is a better day out than the Pyramids or the Taj Mahal.
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5/5 Tracey Logan discovers how the colour forecasting industry arose out of World War I.
Alice admits the truth.
3/5 By Gurpreet Bhatti. Stone investigates the death of a 16-year-old British Asian schoolgirl
Eric Robson chairs Gardeners' Question Time from Stilton, Cambridgeshire.
2/3 Clifford Essex and his Pierrots are a huge success at Henley - despite the rain.
On John Hopkins, Lizbeth Webb, Peter Carson, Mary McIntosh and Migs Greenall.
Radio 2 is a ratings hit but its controller faces his harshest critics - you.
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7/8 Chaired by Sandi Toksvig. With Jeremy Hardy, Francis Wheen, Rebecca Front and Sue Perkins.
Paul is determined.
Actor Charles Dance, theatre in tunnels beneath London, and French cinema's forgotten man.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Southwell, Nottinghamshire
David Cannadine reflects on the enduring appeal of the teddy bear in contemporary culture.
Psychological thriller by Steve Gough set in the year 2036. (R)
Argentinean foreign minister on diplomatic meetings with the UK over the Falklands.
5/10 On his time off from work, Orwell enjoys the bistro life of Paris's Latin Quarter.
9/9 Gardener Carol Klein's choice is wild garden hero, William Robinson. With Matthew Parris.
Mark D'Arcy with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
5/5 The British prepare to leave Kabul, but Shah Shuja tells them it is utter madness.
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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with the Rev Canon Noel Battye.
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Saturday 2 February 2013