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Egg Thief Crackdown
Is the campaign to protect birds of prey as they raise chicks missing the real problem?
The Rebirth Of Pre-fabs
Is pre-fabricated housing the panacea to southern England's housing shortage?
Lindisfarne Gospels
A new exhibition at the British Library displays the Lindisfarne Gospels
The New St George
Find out the results of who YOU thought should be the new Patron Saint of England.
Today's fantasy dinner party
George next to Saddam? Choose the best seating plan at this glittering social summit
Operations Postponed
The measures taken by A&E units to meet Government targets
War crimes investigation
Nottingham pensioner tells Today he was never involved in atrocities
bunker homes
Subterranean Living
Concerned about society? Is living underground the answer?
anthony blunt
Notorious traitors
What makes a traitor? Find out about some of Britain's more notorious turncoats
Leaky Biochemical Suits
Leaks still occurring in the biochemical suits worn by A&E staff in the event of a terrorist attack
The M26 Taser Stun Gun
Capable of sending a 50,000 volt charge through the victim's body.
The Central Park Jogger
Hear the full interview with Trisha Meili, 14 years after the infamous New York attack
Back To Basics Rock
Listen to Mark Coles' full-length interview with Detroit duo, The White Stripes
Live from Birmingham
On Saturday 1 March Today came to you from The Drum Arts Centre in Birmingham
World Book Day
Find out how you voted in our World Book Day competition and listen to some of the nominations
Cads and Bounders
Has the "cad" been replaced by the "love-rat"? View Today's list of top rotters
Michael Jackson
LA psychiatrist tells why she complained to child protection authorities about Jackson
In Search of a Smallpox Cure
Mankind needs your computer
One-in, One-out
Today's end-of-year poll. Who did you vote in and out?
How to Make Make Money
Today investigates the best place for your money. Tell us where you'd stash your cash
Child Protection in Britain
As Lord Laming publishes his report, we reveal shortages in child protection services
Disaster on the Tube
Today has unearthed evidence of a near disaster on the London Underground.
The End is Nigh
Choose your apocalypse now.
Asian Gangs Cornering Heroin Trade
Barnie Choudhury uncovers a frightening new trend in Britain’s drugs’ market.
Psychometric Exams
Put yourself to the test and find out how our reporters fared.
Killer Cats in Wales
Feline predators are terrorising the landscape of mid-Wales. Today follows the armed police squads on their trail.
Howlin House
If you are aching for the life of a hermit, this might be the place for you. But you'll have to write an essay first.
What is Time?
We seem to be obssessed with time. But is it just adding more stress to our lives?
Ian Stillman
Deaf aid worker Ian Stillman talks about his time in an Indian prison.
Firefighters Strike
Who is to blame? The government, the employers or the FBU? Cast your vote now.
Baseball Cap
Baseball Cap Blunders
Should wearing this quintessential American headwear be banned? Judge for yourself.
Oympic Rings
Which are the Worst Olympic Sports?
As the IOC discusses the next games, which sport would you like to eject from the arena?
Convicted paedophile Father Michael Hill.
Paedophilia in the Church
Is the Roman Catholic Church doing enough to tackle the paedophiles in the ranks?
Firefighters Strike Kicks Off
How the Eccleshall firefighters cope with the first night of the national firefighters strike.
Charlie Chaplin
Sound job
Torin Douglas takes a look at the world of the silent film pianist.
the original Meldrew
The Meldrews
Take our quiz to discover if you're part of a new social group.
Hunting Row Escalates
Reactions to the government's new consultation on hunting with hounds.
Streets Of Shame
We reveal Britain's best and worst streetscapes.
Has the Pop Bubble Burst?
Listen to Mark Coles' extended interview with Chris Rea about the state of the music industry.
Huge Pay Out for Former Race Chief
Controversy surrounds Gurbux Singh's departure from the CRE
Fit for Nothing
Does your gym use untrained staff?
Thought For the Day
Should atheists be allowed to contribute? Hear scientist Richard Dawkins' version.
Seven Horrors of Britain
What topped the poll in our list of the least favourite spots in the country
Student plague sends locals running
Are students de-stabilising some communities?
Soldiers' deaths at Deepcut Barracks in Surrey
Read Andrew Hosken's special report

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