Forty-five minutes of news, analysis and comment, with Sarah Montague.
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Benjamin Zephaniah on Martin Luther King's words and his own dreams for Britain in 2020.
Discussions on race in everyday life.
The functions, working lives and significance to us of rivers.
Mark Mardell on the culture, politics and experiences of black Americans.
Mark Mardell on the fractious yet intriguing story of Britain’s relationship with the EU.
A reading and discussion with some of our best-loved writers.
One family’s decision on whether to put a loved one into a care home.
Reports and interviews on our changing climate and environment
How is one primary school dealing with the cuts in educational funding?
As China celebrates its 70th Birthday, Mark Mardell looks at its past and its future
One true story. Two children. A family is being shattered; can a new one be created?
Professor Alun Hubbard's audio research diaries from his Greenland ice sheet expedition.
School governors discuss under-representation on boards
Sarah Montague goes inside a coronavirus testing lab
The Perrott family don't want Grandma Rita spending her final days in the care home
Listener Christine Fox's memories of her family by the river inspire her poem "River Life"