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Melting ice and rainwater are changing the Arctic environment
One big question about one big story from the news - and beyond - every weekday.
Melting ice has opened up new transport routes but ships are in danger
The CEO of the Food and Drink Federation gives a dire warning of the impact of a no deal
The Muslim Council of Britain warns of anti-Islamic sentiment in the UK
The cabinet minister on whether Theresa May should resign if she loses the vote
Greenwich in London was chosen as the centre of the world's time in 1884.
Anthony Loyd of The Times describes how he found Shamima Begum in a Syrian refugee camp
The man branded the Conservatives "disgraceful"
The trainee imams are on the streets trying to tackle Islamophobia
The actor exchanges a few Russian words while describing his new film about Rudolf Nureyev
Dr Victoria Bateman campaigns against Brexit by writing messages on her naked body
What's it like training with Tim Peake at Europe's space training facility?
A group of refugees tell their stories to authors while on walks in the countryside
The co-founder of the satirical show, Spitting Image, says it could still work today
The British Museum's new gallery will feature artefacts from the Islamic world
Newcastle University is doing Freshers' Week differently this year
Bristol University has discovered how spiders fly thousands of miles
NASA says organic matters suggests there might have been life on the planet
Professor Hawking takes questions from Today listeners
The former US President opens about his term in office and what the future holds
An activist based in Raqqa, Syria describes the horror of everyday life in the city.
Barrel of wine...
World Darts Championship
Today reporter Sanchia Berg uncovers how Brady had access to vulnerable inmates in prison
The water regulator has fined the company £126m
Priti Patel said Mr Johnson would "never" comment on his personal life
Sir Nick Clegg tells Today that "the roots to British euroscepticism go very deep."
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