Narcs and narcissists
Jolyon Jenkins investigates whether we're really in the grip of a narcissism epidemic.
The Orphanage Business
File on 4 exposes the abuse of Ugandan children being cared for in UK-funded orphanages
Jim Naughtie examines what the Trump presidency means for America's old European allies.
This classic tune was written by Charlie Chaplin for the film Modern Times.
What motivates some to record every aspect of their exercise regime and share it online?
7 Catholic Emancipation
The long struggle to free pre-Victorian Catholics from laws barring them from public life.
Byron Vincent raises some practical, and moral, questions about social mobility.
Matt Everitt interviews Ronnie Wood about his life and career.
Radio 6 Music
Programme 1. Germany
Neil MacGregor explores how five major countries see Britain - Programme 1. Germany
Chemists' Dirty Secret
The weapons of war born in the laboratory.
Fight Club of the Soul
Is what matters denting the universe and unleashing the biggest you?
The Assassination - Part One
Who killed Benazir Bhutto? And why has 10-year investigation failed to find her killers?
The impact of the Hollywood comedy duo’s European tours from 1932 to 1954.
Radio 4 Extra
Laura Whitmore explores her own beliefs and how others discover their own spirituality.
Radio 5 live
Republican insider Ron Christie on how Donald Trump's presidency has changed his party.
My Dying Wishes
Joan Bakewell explores how to ensure your wishes at the end of your life are respected.
The newspaper columnist Steve Richards goes on stage with 'pro-politics comedy'
John Harris considers the potent role of narrative in our public and private lives.
The History of Wastefulness
The History of Wastefulness: Rubbish Through the Ages
Three historical landmarks that shaped modern attitudes to waste
David Anderson examines the government's controversial counter-terrorism strategy Prevent.
The Holy Bible by Manic Street Preachers
Story of the last album to feature full contributions from Richey James Edwards.
Mexico's Miracle Water
Thousands of people flocked to the village of Tlacote hoping to be cured by magical water
A profile of the beloved children's author Judith Kerr as she works on her latest book.
Philosopher Angie Hobbs on Positive and Negative Freedom
Angie Hobbs on Isaiah Berlin's distinction between positive and negative freedom.
Afterwords: Martha Gellhorn
Through the work of Martha Gellhorn, contemporary writers reflect on modern reporting.
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