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We follow a mother with nine children taken into care, working to keep her new baby.
PM listeners share their experiences of life during the coronavirus pandemic.
Trees: on PM we're asking why they matter and where we need them, in the UK and abroad.
PM is following the Nottingham Playhouse. Will it be able to stage the annual pantomime?
Users of food banks tell their stories.
Exploring all things puffin - the silly and the serious, the scientific and the cultural.
You know we’re leaving the EU but this is the story of how the UK got here.
A mother fighting for justice for her son, who was stabbed to death
Adrian Goldberg wonders if he should get a German passport pre-Brexit
Emma Jane Kirby hears first-hand accounts of the Normandy landings in June 1944.
We follow a child protection case as it unfolds
Dr James Canton, author of the Oak Papers, describes his favourite "historic" tree
Former head of MI5, Elizabeth Manning-Buller, shares a dilemma about her favourite tree
Chris Vallance returns to Oxford food banks to hear how they are coping during pandemic