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Little Amal

As thousands of Afghan refugees look to make their home in the UK, Michael Morpurgo tells the...

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Peter Brathwaite, Indecent play review, Small Bells Ring story barge, Lucy Caldwell BBC Radio 4
Episode
in Front Row

Peter Brathwaite, Indecent play review, Small Bells Ring story barge, Lucy Caldwell

Visible Skin: Rediscovering the Renaissance through Black Portraiture is a new outdoor exhibition...

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The Sajid Javid Health Secretary One

The Health Secretary on the reshuffle, health inequalities after the pandemic and a missing pair...

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203. Collar Bone to Bellybutton, with Ugo Monye

This week the Question of Sport captain and Strictly contestant Ugo Monye shimmies into the...

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‘You think it’s not worth ringing the police because they won’t do anything.’

A major review of policing has concluded that violence against women and girls should be...

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Yesterday in Parliament 17 September 2021

Prime Minister says new security pact is a good deal for Britain

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Vaccine Passports and Booster Jabs

Government ministers have been blowing hot and cold about vaccine passports. Now the Westminster...

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Peaceophobia, Help Review, Georgina Harding, Kurt Elling BBC Radio 4
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in Front Row

Peaceophobia, Help Review, Georgina Harding, Kurt Elling

If you go down to the Oastler Centre carpark in Bradford over the next few days, you’re...

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The Turquoise Sea and White Sands of Ardnamurchan BBC Radio 4
Episode
in Ramblings

The Turquoise Sea and White Sands of Ardnamurchan

Clare explores a remote and beautiful stretch of coastline between Portuairk and Sanna Bay on the...

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The UK, US and Australia announce historic security pact

The defence partnership between Australia, the UK & the UK, known as Aukus, will cover AI and...

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Escapes: Anna Freeman talks to Sheyi Thomas

The writer Anna Freeman speaks to Sheyi Thomas, who runs an escape room in Dalston. Anna delves...

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The Evolution of Crocodiles

Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the remarkable diversity of the animals that dominated life on...

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The Smartphone

The Smartphone: Nearly 90 per cent of British adults now own a smartphone and ownership among...

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Anuradha Roy, Propaganda ceramics, British Ceramics Biennial, a new Culture Secretary BBC Radio 4
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in Front Row

Anuradha Roy, Propaganda ceramics, British Ceramics Biennial, a new Culture Secretary

Award-winning author Anuradha Roy crafts pots as well as prose. She joins us live from India to...

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Sending money to family back home BBC Radio 4
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in Money Box

Sending money to family back home

Many workers send a share of their wages abroad to support loved ones financially, a...

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Answering children's questions about the Covid jab

All children aged 12 to 15 in the UK will soon be offered one dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid...

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Stewart Copeland's 'Electric Saint' opera

The story of two great pioneers of electricity, Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla, has become an...

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How will we deal with Covid in winter?

Measures to deal with rising Covid cases in England over the winter have been announced - with a...

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