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Lorry Seems To Be The Hardest Job
It’s been a summer of shortages.
The Post Office scandal
Why were hundreds of sub-postmasters wrongfully convicted and what will happen next?
Prince Andrew settles
The duke has reached an agreement in a US civil sex assault case
Prince Charles' Foundation will be investigated by the police.
Rare Red Warning
A rare red weather warning has been issued in the UK as millions are urged to stay at home
Storm Eunice batters the UK
People have been hurt and buildings have been destroyed.
Boris Johnson announces an end to all coronavirus restrictions in England.
Putin Russia Under Pressure
But does Moscow care about Western sanctions?
The UK Defence Secretary says Putin has made a mistake
Russian forces launch a full-scale assault.
Ukrainecast: The Battle for Kyiv
Ukraine government gives out guns as Russian forces approach.
Ukrainecast: The Resistance
Ukrainians, from Kyiv to the UK, answer calls to defend their country.
Ukrainecast: Nuclear Reaction
Putin moves Russia's nuclear forces to "special alert”.
Ukrainecast: What is Putin thinking?
As more lives are lost in Ukraine, increasing sanctions are affecting the Russian people
‘Barbaric and indiscriminate’ tactics
Deadly blasts hit Ukraine’s biggest cities
Chelsea for sale
As attacks in Ukraine intensify, Abramovich says he'll sell Chelsea
A week of war
Seven days since Russia invaded Ukraine, the crisis is intensifying
One million refugees
At least a million people have fled Ukraine since Russia’s invasion, according to the UN
Energy prices soar following US push for Russian oil embargo
McDonald’s joins the growing list of companies halting business in Russia.
From Russia with Steve
The BBC’s correspondent in Moscow reflects on life in Russia as sanctions begin to bite.
Newscast + Ukrainecast
As talks between Russia and Ukraine fail again, the human toll of the war is escalating
Taking the next train out of Ukraine.
The government launches its new scheme for Ukrainian refugees.
Boris Johnson heads to Saudi to talk oil supply.
As the daily pod turns two, we talk Covid and Nazanin’s return from Iran.
The Shipping News
P&O crew refused to leave their ship after 800 staff were made redundant
Did P&O break the law when they sacked 800 staff?
Mr and Mrs
Married couple Daniel Yergin and Angela Stent talk Putin, Ukraine and energy.
The Thaw that Counts
There’s a heatwave in the North Pole (and the South Pole).
Making a Spring Statement
Spring is in the air… along with inflation and a rise in the cost of living.
The chancellor’s accused of doing too little to help people struggling to make ends meet.
Biden Joe’s Time
The US President wraps up his trip to Europe, but can he take the lead on Ukraine?
Controversy at the Oscars as Will Smith hits Chris Rock.
Wined and Fined
Police announce 20 fines to be issued over No 10 lockdown parties.
Shropshire Maternity Scandal
Ockenden review says 201 babies could have survived with better care.
The Fresh Prince of Excheq-Air
The Chancellor Rishi Sunak talks inflation, energy prices, taxes… and Will Smith.
Celebrating 50 years of Newsround.
Goodbye Dot Cotton
The EastEnders star June Brown has died
Covid causes more travel chaos.
Ed Sheeran wins Shape of You copyright case.
Government launches its nuclear and wind energy plans.
The war in Ukraine is affecting global supply chains, in particular cooking oil
Macron and Le Pen set to face-off again.
Partygate Fine for PM
Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak fined and face calls to resign for breaking lockdown rules.
The Sneeze and the Squeeze
Going viral without a sniffle, soaring inflation, the life of a Russian journalist.
Ticket to Rwanda
UK government criticised over plans to send some asylum seekers to Rwanda.
The PM again apologises for lockdown fines - but could more Tory MPs turn on him?
Has the bubble burst for the streaming giant?
MPs have approved an investigation into whether Boris Johnson misled Parliament
L'Électioncast part deux
France gears up for Sunday’s presidential run-off.
L’électioncast: the result
Emmanuel Macron wins five more years as French president after beating Marine Le Pen.
Misogyny in Parliament
MPs condemn claims made about Labour's deputy leader, Angela Rayner, as misogynistic
A Musk Buy
Why is Elon Musk taking over Twitter?
Porn in Parliament
Conservatives investigate claims that an MP watched pornography in the Commons.
Chelsea FC are on "borrowed time" and must be sold within weeks, says culture secretary.
Former tennis champion Boris Becker has been jailed over his bankruptcy.
Boris Johnson asks, Newscast answers.
They Think it’s Oil Over
The EU has proposed a total ban on Russian oil imports.
Interest rates rise as the Bank of England warns we’re facing a “sharp economic slowdown”
We stayed up all night so you didn't have to.
Electioncast 2022 Part 2
The PM admits it was a tough night for the Tories as they lost hundreds of seats
Beer Today, Gone Tomorrow?
Sir Keir Starmer says he’ll quit if he’s fined for breaking lockdown rules
The Prince’s Speech
Charles steps in for the Queen.
Protocol The Whole Thing Off?
Brussels and London at odds over the post-Brexit treaty for Northern Ireland.
'A culture of entitlement'
MP Stella Creasy shares her experience of sexual harassment at university
Vardy v Rooney
Half-time analysis of the “Wagatha Christie” trial
The PM has been in Northern Ireland to try to resolve the power-sharing crisis
The foreign secretary sets out plans to rewrite parts of the post-Brexit trade deal
The Shrinking Tenner
Prices are rising at their fastest rate for 40 years
The SNP’s Ian Blackford talks about lambing, the cost of living and partygate
What is it and how worried should we be?
Boris Johnson has been pictured drinking at an event in Downing Street during lockdown
Wine Time Fridays
Insiders tell of packed lockdown parties at Downing Street
Sixty Pages of Gray
After five months and nine days, the Sue Gray report has finally arrived
Newscast! The Musical
A tribute from one of our listeners to Chris Mason, Newscast star
Adam gets answers about the £400 energy grant as he moonlights on another legendary show
Dan Walker and Dr Michael Mosley are learning how to get a good night’s sleep
Thousands of passengers caught up in half-term flight chaos
Depp Wins and the Jubilee Weekend
Johnny Depp wins his libel case against Amber Heard, and we mark the Platinum Jubilee
Ukrainecast: 100 Days of War
Thursday February 24th 2022 until today.
Johnson and on
The prime minister wins vote but suffers large Tory rebellion.
The prime minister says it’s time to draw a line under Partygate.
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
A Newscast travel and transport special!
Angela Rayner talks Keir Starmer and their different styles
Jurassic World Service
Why the dino expert on the latest film thinks the feathered ones are the scariest
Adam, Chris and Katya are back talking Brexit.
Grenfell: Five Years On
Remembering the 72 people who died.
Geidt Outta Here
Boris Johnson's ethics adviser Lord Geidt quits
An ‘odious position’
The first of the prime minister’s ethics advisers on Lord Geidt's resignation
Running Up That Chart
Zoe Ball reacts to Kate Bush’s return to number one
Happy 5th Birthdaycast!
Rail strikes and Brexit chat with the original gang
The biggest train strike in 30 years has disrupted travel for millions.
Earthquake in Afghanistan
At least 1,000 people have been killed in Afghanistan’s deadliest quake for decades
Brexit and by-elections
Nigel Farage gives his Brexit assessment six years after the UK voted leave
Dowden and Out
Oliver Dowden quits as Tory Party chairman after the Conservatives lose two by-elections.
World leaders promise to support Ukraine for “as long as it takes”
Ghislaine Maxwell Sentenced
Breaking news as the former British socialite is sentenced to twenty years in prison.
There’s Summit about Nato
Finland and Sweden are joining!
Liberal Democrat MP Layla Moran says there’ll be no election pact with the Labour Party
Omicron and On
Should we be worried about the rise in Covid infections?