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1/5 At its founding in 1851, Colney Hatch was the largest asylum in Europe. (R)
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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Sister Gemma Simmonds CJ.
Contaminated floodwater poisoned livestock in Wales. Can Somerset learn lessons?
John Aitchison presents the skylark.
Morning news and current affairs. Including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Peter Higgs opens up to Jim Al-Khalili about the real story of the Higgs boson.
Women in the City talk about how they have combined motherhood with a high-flying career.
Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music.
Major Kate Philp talks to Jenni Murray about her recent Antarctic expedition.
2/5 Ambassador B pursues her missing sister into the uncharted planets of the Tundra.
3/7 Chris Watson travels to Iceland in search of humpback whales.
Nick Barraclough explores the chord sequence that is the DNA of popular music. (R)
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What now for those affected by the floods? Consumer phone-in with Melanie Abbott.
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2/5 Lucy Ash meets Ada Colau of PAH, a group that challenges Spain's draconian mortgage laws.
Clarrie is making mischief. (R)
1/4 A turf war breaks out between rival factions in the Leith underworld.
2/7 Jay Rayner and the team take questions from a local audience in Dartmouth.
The fight back against the flood waters starts here. Tom Heap reports.
3/4 Shumi Bose explores how design can help us explore and express our sense of identity.
Richard Herring and Tracy-Ann Oberman tell Harriett Gilbert about their favourite books.
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3/6 Sue Perkins with Tom Wrigglesworth, Lucy Beaumont, Anne McElvoy and Joel Morris.
There's a crisis at The Bull.
John Wilson talks to Prime Suspect's Lynda La Plante about her new plans for DCI Tennison.
2/5 Ambassador B pursues her missing sister into the uncharted planets of the Tundra. (R)
Are government reforms to probation on track and will they work? Danny Shaw investigates.
Peter White discusses the effects of Scottish independence on visually impaired people.
Is loneliness bad for you, who should take statins, treating air pollution and coughs.
Peter Higgs opens up to Jim Al-Khalili about the real story of the Higgs boson. (R)
Violence in Ukraine leaves at least nine dead. Reporting and analysis with Ritula Shah.
12/20 A group of political canvassers shelter from the rain and discuss modern Irish politics.
3/6 From talking billboards to a dieting consumer of planets, another peek into the future.
1/2 Christopher Frayling with informal tapes of Orson Welles, giving new insight into the man. (R)
2/5 Barbara Taylor recalls London's left-wing intelligentsia's infatuation with psychoanalysis (R)
As the floodwaters subside in some areas, the cost of the clear-up is beginning to emerge.
John Aitchison presents the chough.
Wednesday 19 February 2014