Sayfa ile ilgili istek ve şikayetleriniz için aşağıdaki formu kullanabilirsiniz.
"26.10.2016 12:54:22" bbc.co.uk Teacher Abdul Kafi on his decision to stay in Aleppo "We can't give up our freedom for anything, even for life."
"26.10.2016 12:40:19" Up to 5,000 people in Aleppo are in need of urgent surgical care, says David Nott, a British surgeon working in Syria.
Listen to the full podcast: http://bbc.in/2dW5ASt
"26.10.2016 11:10:27" bbc.co.uk War Horse director laments Globe decision They shouldn't have "closed the door" on their artistic director, says Tom Morris.
"26.10.2016 09:55:37" bbc.co.uk How autism training helped my family A mother explains how a new treatment can help a parent do something to help their autistic child rather than the "despair" of a diagnosis without a cure.
"26.10.2016 09:32:21" bbc.co.uk How autism training helped my family "It extends beyond the hour that you spend within the therapist's office."
"26.10.2016 09:05:44" bbc.co.uk First US winner of the Man Booker Prize Paul Beatty won for his novel The Sellout.
"26.10.2016 08:00:58" bbc.co.uk Grayling: Heathrow could have runway 'ramp' The transport secretary says the new runway could be built over the M25.
"26.10.2016 05:39:54" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The divided city of Aleppo continues to suffer with over 10,000 civilians thought to have died since the start of the war.
- Transport Secretary Chris Grayling will make the case for Heathrow today following the resignation of
"25.10.2016 18:38:14" bbc.co.uk Why do we still love the pub quiz? 'The BBC got the nation hooked. It was part of the war effort'.
"25.10.2016 17:33:05" bbc.co.uk 'I held my friend's hand and kept praying' Christian women in chilling encounter with IS fighters in Kirkuk.
"25.10.2016 16:29:14" bbc.co.uk Michael Gove: What Brexit means "The mandate was very clear."
"25.10.2016 14:56:12" bbc.co.uk Are councils paying too little for home care? CEO of Somerset Care explains why they have to hand back council contracts.
"25.10.2016 13:15:12" bbc.co.uk London mayor condemns Heathrow decision Sadiq Khan says London's air is already a killer.
"25.10.2016 13:12:20" Michael Gove says he made mistakes following the referendum re... Michael Gove says he didn't stab anyone in the back.
"25.10.2016 11:21:05" bbc.co.uk Man Booker Prize 2016 This year's six-strong shortlist.
"25.10.2016 11:14:10" bbc.co.uk 'We won't let migrants return to Calais' The French Ambassador to the UK says the French authorities will ensure migrants no longer come to Calais.
"25.10.2016 10:06:37" bbc.co.uk Assault allegations: 'Trump could be deposed' "If Trump sues the accusers, the lawyers who represent these women are going to have the opportunity to depose him."
"25.10.2016 09:31:08" Boris Johnson's former aviation advisor says a Heathrow airport expansion is not "the right Brexit solution".
"25.10.2016 05:45:01" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Will it be an expansion of Heathrow that is announced at lunchtime?
- The attorney representing the women who have made allegations of sexual harassment against Donald Trump
- What explains the enduring appeal of the pub quiz?
"24.10.2016 18:32:52" bbc.co.uk Steve Hewlett updates us on his cancer treatment Steve Hewlett continues his reflections on his cancer and the on going treatment. Steve Hewlett: My radiotherapy
"24.10.2016 16:57:43" bbc.co.uk France begins to clear 'Jungle' camp "I am a very, very happy man. It is, for us, D-Day."
Listen to the full podcast
"24.10.2016 13:14:30" bbc.co.uk Could an American win the Man Booker prize? Two Americans have made it on to the shortlist for the first time.
Listen to the full podcast.
"24.10.2016 12:48:48" bbc.co.uk The Conservative MP David Burrowes on Calais Councils should "step up and take their fair share" of child migrants.
"24.10.2016 12:28:21" Why some medical treatments are unnecessary Conversation on medical treatment must shift from "what can we do" to "what should we do", says chair of Academy of Medical Royal Colleges
"24.10.2016 11:55:27" Timeline Photos Yoga teachers could soon be regulated under national standards.
Watch the interview here: http://bbc.in/2emSe1R
"24.10.2016 11:31:54" bbc.co.uk Could AI replace judges and lawyers? A study has found that an AI could correctly predict the outcome of legal cases to a 79% accuracy.
"24.10.2016 11:10:03" bbc.co.uk Port of Calais boss welcomes Jungle clearance "For two years, there has been constant stress."
"24.10.2016 10:30:35" Antony Beevor Meet The Author: Antony Beevor talks to James Naughtie about his book Ardennes 1944, looking at the last few months of Hitler's life.http://bbc.in/2efIxkV
"24.10.2016 06:04:53" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- French authorities are due to start demolishing the Calais "Jungle" camp today.
- Comedians and friends have paid tribute to the "amazing" contribution to British TV of Dad's Army creator Jimmy Perry, who has died at the age of
"23.10.2016 17:16:40" bbc.co.uk Mark Rylance in sponsor row Will he work for the RSC while BP are sponsors? "Probably not."
"22.10.2016 07:30:20" bbc.co.uk Tartan blood and Scottish independence "There's more pride in Scotland generally."
"22.10.2016 07:08:33" bbc.co.uk Young, Polish and pondering a Brexit future The Polish scout who says she will defiantly wear her uniform.
"22.10.2016 06:45:51" bbc.co.uk Read the running order nd listen live On today's programme:
- A former top US general said the strategy against the Islamic State group must change - or the world risks being locked into an endless conflict.
- Emergency talks are being held to try to salvage a free trade deal between Canada
"22.10.2016 06:37:46" bbc.co.uk 'New IS strategy needed to avoid endless war' Ex-US general John Allen says we need a new Marshall Plan.
"21.10.2016 17:39:42" bbc.co.uk Meet The Author Historian Anthony Beevor talks to James Naughtie about his new book
Ardennes 1944:Hitler's Last Gamble
"21.10.2016 17:12:16" bbc.co.uk Meet The Author Historian Anthony Beevor talks to James Naughtie about his new book Ardennes 1944: Hitler's Last Gamble
"21.10.2016 14:27:42" Police said Alice Irving's rape sounded like "sex with regrets" and recorded it as 'no crime disclosed.'
"21.10.2016 12:45:57" bbc.co.uk Senior Iraqi army commander on the fight for Mosul. "ISIS are not that strong. I have hope that Mosul will soon be freed."
"21.10.2016 12:28:11" Ex-EU commissioner: Understand how Europeans feel When it comes to Brexit, the UK's former EU commissioner Lord Hill says the Europeans have a much more romantic approach to life than the rational, transactional British.
"21.10.2016 10:13:59" bbc.co.uk Ex EU Commissioner on 'hard' versus 'soft' Brexit "The choice is between stupid Brexit and more intelligent Brexit."
"21.10.2016 06:40:51" Help Jeremy the snail find love Can you help Jeremy the 'lefty' snail find love? Go out to your gardens, collect five snails and see if one of their coils goes in an opposite direction... you may have found the one in a million that's a match for Jeremy. Post your pictures below or else
"21.10.2016 06:33:28" John Humphrys: What we owe the people of Aberfan John Humphrys reported from Aberfan 50 years ago when 116 children and 28 adults died as a mountain of coal waste slid into the village. He says the tragedy shows authority must be challenged.
"20.10.2016 17:17:01" bbc.co.uk What does five litres of squash do to a gorilla "He's a big lad."
"20.10.2016 14:12:29" bbc.co.uk Ex-Nato boss: Don't let Putin get away with it The Russian president is "posturing".
"20.10.2016 13:21:40" Gin Lane Hogarth's 'Gin Lane' is reimagined for 2016: obesity, gambling and drink.
"20.10.2016 12:49:29" bbc.co.uk Brexit negotiators 'in cloud cuckoo land' The man who negotiated the UK's rebate tells ministers to be realistic.
"20.10.2016 12:13:15" bbc.co.uk Great-niece of Alan Turing speaks out 'His treatment at the hands of the government is still unbelievable to us'.
"20.10.2016 09:51:21" Fatima Manji on press watchdog ruling Channel 4 News journalist Fatima Manji says the press watchdog's ruling on Kelvin MacKenzie's Sun article makes it "open season on Muslims".
"20.10.2016 09:05:20" bbc.co.uk Fatima Manji responds to IPSO ruling on Kevin MacKenzie's comments in The Sun newspaper "It is open season on Muslims."
"20.10.2016 06:58:59" bbc.co.uk Ann Coulter: 'It's all about his issues' "Voting won't be about Trump's personality."
"20.10.2016 06:42:49" Voices from inside Mosul 'Please take care of the people of Mosul.'
Hear the voices of people living in Mosul who are getting news out via a nearby radio station
"20.10.2016 06:10:48" How to incorporate Brexit into a video game How Football Manager is incorporating Brexit... but which kind of Brexit?
"20.10.2016 05:44:49" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Right wing US columnist Ann Coulter on the final US presidential debate
- Channel 4's Fatima Manji on Kelvin MacKenzie's hijab comments
- Behind the scenes of the new rock musical Wasted about the Bronte sisters
"19.10.2016 19:17:50" bbc.co.uk Tony Blackburn will be returning to the BBC Why has the BBC brought back Tony Blackburn?
"19.10.2016 13:48:29" bbc.co.uk Charity helping child migrants from Calais jungle say "photo may mistakenly be translator" "There has been a lot of hysteria about this"
"19.10.2016 13:16:33" bbc.co.uk 'We've learnt from the past' "Huge amounts of planning" has been done for after Mosul's liberation, says minister.
"19.10.2016 11:30:33" Antoine Leiris on fear Watch this powerful message from Antoine Leiris whose wife Helene Muyal-Leiris was murdered in the Bataclan attack almost one year ago.
"19.10.2016 10:13:55" How Brexit was incorporated into a video game Will you need a work permit for Ronaldo? Football Manager embraces Brexit.
"19.10.2016 08:55:17" bbc.co.uk The man who refuses to give in to hatred Why this man won't hate the people who killed his wife in last year's Paris attacks.
"19.10.2016 07:39:48" bbc.co.uk Medical and dental checks cannot give 100% age accuracy "Intrusive medical tests are not appropriate"
"19.10.2016 07:02:12" bbc.co.uk Trump adviser: It's not time to pull punches "Hillary is absolutely disqualified to be president."
"19.10.2016 05:58:57" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The man who refuses to hate the terrorists who killed his wife at the Bataclan
- The European Space Agency takes the search for alien life to Mars
- Why video game Football Manager has factored the effects of Brexit into its
"19.10.2016 05:57:13" bbc.co.uk Trump gears up for Sin City stand-off James Naughtie is in Las Vegas for the big fight.
"18.10.2016 19:43:22" www.bbc.co.uk Collapse of IS will lead to attacks, say EU officials - BBC News EU's counter-terrorism co-ordinator says IS will mount European attacks as it loses territory in the Middle East. "There will be a 'Raqqa scatter' of foreign fighters back to their home countries."
"18.10.2016 17:13:45" bbc.co.uk The Nobel Prize judges haven't been able to contact him Where is Bob Dylan?
"18.10.2016 13:05:34" bbc.co.uk Iraqi Kurds confident of Mosul victory "The Peshmerga are all heroes, fighting for us."
"18.10.2016 10:04:34" Is Donald Trump's behaviour familiar to primatologist Dr Jane Goodall?
"18.10.2016 08:50:05" Paris: The new London? Should Paris replace London as the financial heart of Europe? Marie-Célie Guillaume makes the case for businesses to turn to Paris in the wake of the Brexit vote.
"18.10.2016 07:50:37" bbc.co.uk Joe Goswell on the murder of his mother by his father My mother's death 'could and should have been prevented'
"18.10.2016 06:57:02" bbc.co.uk Former diplomat: Iraqi army has warned Mosul residents 'Don't scream too much, try and keep the children calm.'
"18.10.2016 06:31:47" The plight of the conker Is it the end of the conker?
"18.10.2016 06:16:10" bbc.co.uk Is testing still needed when technology has developed possible alternatives Is testing on primates still needed?
"18.10.2016 05:56:57" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Is it still necessary to carry out medical research on primates?
- Why were there 10 killings over eight years at a Sussex mental health trust?
- The church struggling to convince its priests to train as exorcists
"17.10.2016 19:48:37" The man who cried at coming second.
Lutalo Muhammad on missing out on taekwondo gold
"17.10.2016 19:22:29" bbc.co.uk How are the Hewlett family dealing with Steve's illness? Earlier this year Steve Hewlett was diagnosed as having cancer of the oesophagus.
"17.10.2016 18:10:23" bbc.co.uk The man who made the mobile phone possible John Goodenough, whose work led to the lithium-ion battery, doesn't actually own a mobile himself
"17.10.2016 16:52:24" bbc.co.uk UFO expert 'knew he was going to die' He was terminated by "sophisticated elements".
"17.10.2016 14:14:22" bbc.co.uk Trump v Clinton: The Paxman verdict Jeremy Paxman provides his scathing verdict on the US presidential candidates.
"17.10.2016 13:50:13" bbc.co.uk Ian Rankin toasts the soaring success of audio books Audio books are "no longer the poor relation in the book world".
"17.10.2016 13:29:17" bbc.co.uk Lutalo Muhammad on missing out on taekwondo gold The man who cried at coming second.
"17.10.2016 12:59:06" bbc.co.uk Mum speaks out about compensation for son permanently disabled at birth 'It was a very very long, painful process'
"17.10.2016 12:18:15" Jeremy Hunt on efficiency savings in the NHS Can the NHS make £22bn worth of efficiency savings?
"17.10.2016 10:39:27" Jeremy Paxman on Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton is "a machine-washable politician who's come out of some Tupperware catalogue." Well... do you agree with Jeremy Paxman?
"17.10.2016 08:38:07" bbc.co.uk Sir David Attenborough on 'Boaty' "It's got submersible crafts, helicopters, laboratories, all kinds of sounding apparatus."
"17.10.2016 08:01:07" bbc.co.uk Jeremy Hunt: NHS making 'plans' to find £22bn in savings "No healthcare system in the world has a blank chequebook."
"17.10.2016 06:57:15" bbc.co.uk Ex-US ambassador to Iraq on the Battle for Mosul "Liberating them, even if it's messy, is better than leaving them to ISIS."
"17.10.2016 06:01:44" bbc.co.uk Battle for Mosul must navigate ethnic rivalries The military operation to recapture Mosul from IS has begun.
"17.10.2016 05:41:39" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt on a new system of rapid compensation for failings in maternity care
- Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams discusses the fourteen migrant children being reunited with their relatives this
"15.10.2016 19:46:22" bbc.co.uk The man who made the mobile phone possible John Goodenough, whose work led to the lithium-ion battery, doesn't actually own a mobile himself
"15.10.2016 19:01:53" bbc.co.uk Should sexual history be brought up in a rape trial? An appeal court judgement allowed the jury to hear the sexual history of the complainant in the Ched Evans retrial.
"15.10.2016 17:03:58" bbc.co.uk The 'joyful' Jean Alexander "When she put the curlers on she became someone else."
"15.10.2016 08:27:04" bbc.co.uk Battle for Mosul must navigate ethnic rivalries The path to take back Iraq's second biggest city will not be easy.
"15.10.2016 08:08:47" bbc.co.uk Will the Greek economy ever recover? Many Greeks remain wary even of 'good news'.
"15.10.2016 07:39:06" bbc.co.uk Calais children: Coming to UK is our one chance A number of children in the Calais "Jungle" are expected to arrive in the UK "in days".
"15.10.2016 07:24:31" bbc.co.uk Meet The Author John Banville talks to James Naughtie about his latest work, Time Pieces.
"15.10.2016 07:02:42" bbc.co.uk Phone battery inventor decries ills of mobiles "It's what we do with technology that judges us".
"15.10.2016 06:25:18" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- It is the final day of the SNP conference, but after nearly nine years in power how strong is the party's record in government?
- Ched Evans has been cleared of rape following a retrial.
- The actress best known for her role as
"14.10.2016 18:53:31" Director Tom Ford calls for more objectification of men "I'm an equal-opportunity objectifier."
"14.10.2016 18:02:47" bbc.co.uk Is your child is a fussy eater? Here are some tips "My second child was the world's worst eater."
"14.10.2016 17:26:20" bbc.co.uk Writer John Banville talks to James Naughtie about his latest work, Time Pieces, and taking on Henry James.
"14.10.2016 16:58:56" bbc.co.uk Football agent says Evans has lost "a lot of money" Ched Evans 'should get compensation'
"14.10.2016 15:41:51" Two boys living in war-torn Aleppo We play and draw and when the bombing starts, we run for shelter. Two young boys in Aleppo.
"14.10.2016 14:56:47" bbc.co.uk Podcast: Tom Ford on sexism, objectification and materialism "If you buy into this concept of being always happy you're going to be disappointed."
"14.10.2016 14:24:43" bbc.co.uk Epitaph not allowed as 'too sentimental' The tribute conflicted with church regulations.
"14.10.2016 13:55:03" bbc.co.uk Sturgeon: Scotland must stay in single market Nicola Sturgeon says Theresa May is "making it inevitable" that UK leaves the single market.
Download the full interview
"14.10.2016 13:01:37" bbc.co.uk Jim Rogers: 'Sterling is in serious decline' Investor: pound will "certainly go under $1" if Scotland leaves UK.
"14.10.2016 10:10:31" Tom Ford: Why asking actors about clothes isn't sexist Designer and director Tom Ford explains why women, not men, are often asked about their clothes on the red carpet.
"14.10.2016 09:49:48" bbc.co.uk Pharmacy funding cuts 'could force closures' The cuts would be 'madness', say industry negotiators.
"14.10.2016 09:20:51" bbc.co.uk Sturgeon: Scotland must stay in single market Scotland's First Minister says Theresa May is "making it inevitable" that the UK leaves the single market.
"14.10.2016 08:59:43" Director Tom Ford calls for more objectification of men "We seem to be absolutely comfortable objectifying women but not men."
"14.10.2016 07:19:58" bbc.co.uk Tom Conti, Miranda Hart, Samuel West and Nigel Havers. How many famous voices can we get to read Bob Dylan lyrics?
The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind.
"14.10.2016 06:56:55" bbc.co.uk Maths becomes biology's magic number Why doing the maths can help you get a career in biology and medicine.
"14.10.2016 06:28:06" Aleppo kids: Don't forget us Wissam and Zane, who are 12 and 11, are living among the bombs in Aleppo. Their message is simple: "Don't forget us."
"14.10.2016 06:03:33" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Nicola Sturgeon on her plans for a second Scottish independence referendum
- Two brothers tell us what it is like to be a child in eastern Aleppo
- Should zoos keep gorillas such as Kumbuka, who escaped yesterday?
"13.10.2016 16:50:58" Gina Miller says "the government cannot use this ancient secretive royal prerogative" to conduct negotiations.
"13.10.2016 11:41:02" Tesco price row 'only the start of negotiations' Tesco has stopped selling dozens of its most famous household brands to its online shoppers over a rise in wholesale prices.
"13.10.2016 11:14:51" bbc.co.uk The 'golden era' of music from dead artists How do you decide what material to release after a musician has passed away?
"13.10.2016 07:50:07" bbc.co.uk Brexit legal challenger: I have a strong case A legal challenge to the way the government approaches Brexit talks is starting.
"13.10.2016 05:15:22" bbc.co.uk 13/10/2016, Today - BBC Radio 4 In today's programme:
- Popular products including Marmite and Pot Noodles disappear from Tesco shelves amid a dispute between the supermarket and supplier Unilever.
- The woman leading a High Court challenge to the government's approach to Brexit.
"12.10.2016 16:49:20" bbc.co.uk Is three-person baby IVF technique safe? The techniques are as easy to find "as a Mary Berry recipe".
"12.10.2016 16:23:53" bbc.co.uk GP receptionists 'just trying to do their job' A practice manager defends the position of GP receptionists.
"12.10.2016 14:29:31" bbc.co.uk US Apprentice contestant on Trump Donald Trump "commented on breasts" during filming
"12.10.2016 13:56:10" Too many offices are full of cake
One office has the solution
"12.10.2016 12:22:52" bbc.co.uk Stop the War reject Johnson protest call The vice chair of Stop the War Coalition says a protest would increase hysteria against Russia.
"12.10.2016 09:48:59" Ex-MI6 chief on Johnson demonstration call Boris Johnson called for demonstrations about Syria outside the Russian Embassy. Former head of MI6 Sir John Sawers warns that might not be a good idea.
"12.10.2016 09:20:45" bbc.co.uk Monarch boss 'confident' on airline's future Is your airline a money-eating machine with wings?
"12.10.2016 07:55:11" 'We want proper Brexit scrutiny' Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry says there must be a vote on the government's stance in the Brexit talks.
"12.10.2016 06:51:08" bbc.co.uk US Apprentice contestant: Trump talked about breasts "He called one woman forward and asked her to twirl for him."
"12.10.2016 05:39:19" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Former MI6 chief on how the West should respond to Russia's actions in Syria
- Labour challenges the government to answer 170 questions on the details of its Brexit plans
- A former US Apprentice contestant on Donald Trump's
"11.10.2016 18:22:38" bbc.co.uk The Eddie Mair Interview Podcast How can doctors deliver bad news to patients?
"11.10.2016 16:53:19" bbc.co.uk Sterling continues to fall Peter Jay, is the "pound in people's pocket" devaluing?
"11.10.2016 14:40:50" bbc.co.uk Should pregnant women need photo ID in hospital? A London hospital wants to spot overseas patients ineligible for NHS care.
"11.10.2016 14:15:19" Aleppo MP on how to end the Syrian war The MP for Aleppo on air strikes and civilian deaths.
"11.10.2016 13:51:59" Timeline Photos Ahead of the first PMQs since the party conferences tomorrow, we are discussing how far comedy is needed in politics.
So what's your favourite political jibe?
Perhaps one of William Hague's vintage performances against Tony Blair, or Vince Cable noting
"11.10.2016 12:22:02" bbc.co.uk Sharon Horgan: Finding humour in divorce "People arguing, especially husbands and wives, is usually funny."
"11.10.2016 12:05:31" bbc.co.uk Aleppo MP: 'Cut bloodline of terrorism' A no-fly zone would be a "hostile act", says Fares Al-Shehabi.
"11.10.2016 11:34:03" bbc.co.uk What is psychosis? Can it be dangerous?
"11.10.2016 10:26:38" Laura Bates from Everyday Sexism. Does us talking about the Trump tapes make things better or worse? Laura Bates, founder of The Everyday Sexism Project, takes us to task.
"11.10.2016 08:30:39" bbc.co.uk Andrew Mitchell: 'Civilian protection from Russia must be exerted' Should Britain be discussing a no-fly zone over Syria with its allies?
"11.10.2016 07:36:51" bbc.co.uk GP receptionists bound by 'confidentiality rules' Are you nervous about talking to GP receptionists about your symptoms? Because this might alleviate those fears...
"11.10.2016 07:03:36" bbc.co.uk Charles Horton: Changes mean more 'time to look after customers' Why are Southern Rail workers still on strike?
"11.10.2016 05:51:32" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live Today's big questions:
- Further volatility for the pound is being forecast this morning but is this necessarily bad for the economy?
- Do Donald Trump's comments about groping women reflect more widely-held misogynistic views?
- Could we reverse heart
"10.10.2016 20:15:49" bbc.co.uk Steve Hewlett says chemotherapy course 'failed' "It's like being given notice, not knowing if the universe will act on it."
"10.10.2016 16:23:14" bbc.co.uk British Retail Consortium on price rise fears Falling pound + Brexit uncertainty could = prices going up
"10.10.2016 12:30:33" Christopher Guest on politics and future projects From Spinal Tap to dog shows to... the House of Lords? Christopher Guest eyes up political satire
"10.10.2016 11:30:34" bbc.co.uk Male Suicide: 'It's becoming something of an epidemic' It's World Mental Health Day
"10.10.2016 09:28:47" bbc.co.uk Soubry backs call for Brexit talks debate "There seems to be a rush to a hard Brexit."
"10.10.2016 09:06:58" bbc.co.uk Saunders: 'We will prosecute online trolls' Abuse and bullying online will be treated as it would be offline.
"10.10.2016 07:47:19" bbc.co.uk Carson backs Trump on Clinton 'investigation' "Anybody else would be in jail."
"10.10.2016 05:41:53" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Trump backer and former presidential candidate Ben Carson reacts to the second presidential debate
- Director of public prosecutions on plans to tackle hate crimes against disabled people
- Creator of This is Spinal Tap Christopher
"09.10.2016 07:25:41" Experience the moment over 100,000 people came together to block a Fascist march in London's East End in 1936. Beattie Orwell is now 99 and Max Levitas 101.
"09.10.2016 06:58:11" bbc.co.uk Investigative journalist defends his story The revelation of Elena Ferrante's real identity caused a storm this week.
"08.10.2016 15:12:08" Aleppo's night sky is the only beautiful thing left, says teacher Abdul Kafi. Hear his lyrical description of how the war has not diminished the beauty of the stars.
"08.10.2016 09:32:46" bbc.co.uk Thornberry rejects reshuffle criticism "This is a dreadful government, we need to stand up and fight them."
"08.10.2016 08:45:15" bbc.co.uk 'It is locker room talk between men' - Republican delegate "Well, Trump likes women."
"08.10.2016 07:50:45" A tale which really isn't fishy: why cod could have accents
"08.10.2016 07:29:38" 'My little girl is damaged' The mum and daughter volunteering in the 'Jungle' migrant camp.
"08.10.2016 07:07:24" bbc.co.uk 'It's very disappointing' How this boss reacted to Amber Rudd apparently pointing at the finger at his sofa company in when talking to us about foreign workers.
"08.10.2016 06:32:39" bbc.co.uk Listen live and read today's running order News and current affairs. Including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day. In today's programme:
- The backlash to Donald Trump's lewd comments about women.
- The future of anti-doping controls with the man who brought down Lance Armstrong.
- Meet The Author with former Labour backbencher Alan Johnson.
"07.10.2016 17:51:46" bbc.co.uk Life as an undercover drugs cop "I really thought my time was up."
"07.10.2016 13:59:37" bbc.co.uk Home secretary's brother worried by tone on immigration "Denigrating foreigners is wrong."
"07.10.2016 12:17:23" Chris Hadfield: 'You should be afraid of the dark' Astronaut Chris Hadfield: You should be afraid of the dark but what you do with your fear dictates your life.
"07.10.2016 11:32:25" bbc.co.uk Chris Hadfield: 'You should be afraid of the dark' "What you do with your fear is what dictates your life."
"07.10.2016 11:09:36" bbc.co.uk Zac Goldsmith: Heathrow project 'will never go ahead' This MP thinks we'll still be arguing about that third Heathrow runway in ten years time.
"07.10.2016 10:49:45" "If you can make someone laugh, you can probably make them cry." Phoebe Waller-Bridge on the 'sexual candour' of Fleabag.
"07.10.2016 08:14:31" BBC News We were LIVE with astronaut Col. Chris Hadfield, answering your questions. #FacebookLive Here we go!!!
"07.10.2016 07:43:21" BBC News There's a starman... on our page Friday from 09:05 BST/08:05GMT. Got a question for Col. Chris Hadfield on space , Bowie or the prospect of life on Mars? Ask away in the comments. We'll be live streaming this too... from 09:05 BST/0805GMT
"07.10.2016 07:12:15" bbc.co.uk So what's behind the flash crash? Inflation 'will take money out of pockets'
"07.10.2016 06:50:28" bbc.co.uk Is magic's glass ceiling vanishing? More than just the "lovely" assistant. Female magicians' battle to rise to the top.
"07.10.2016 06:15:19" The magic of Katherine Mills It's 25 years since women first joined the Magic Circle. Katherine Mills shows off some of her art. Make sure you watch until the end.
"07.10.2016 05:57:43" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Zac Goldsmith on the increasingly likely prospect of an extra runway at Heathrow
- Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield on inspiring children to go into his field
- Homeland's David Harewood on diversity in British film
"06.10.2016 19:26:49" BBC News For National Poetry Day, The Prince of Wales reads Seamus Heaney's The Shipping Forecast. #NationalPoetryDay
"06.10.2016 19:26:20" BBC News There's a starman... on our page Friday from 09:05 BST. Got a question for Col. Chris Hadfield on space , Bowie or the prospect of life on Mars? Ask away in the comments. Sarah Montague will be hosting this Facebook Live and you will also be able to catch Chris Hadfield on Today at 0820 on Friday morning.
"06.10.2016 16:36:44" bbc.co.uk Podcast: The pressure of the migrant crisis In the last three days, more than 10,000 people have been rescued from boats in the Mediterranean by the Italian coastguard, putting renewed pressure on the Italian authorities.
"06.10.2016 16:14:59" bbc.co.uk The return of the board game Sales of board games are on the rise
"06.10.2016 15:02:07" bbc.co.uk The decline of the toad Toad numbers have fallen by more than two-thirds in 30 years.
"06.10.2016 14:00:18" The Shipping Forecast For National Poetry Day, The Prince of Wales reads Seamus Heaney's The Shipping Forecast
"06.10.2016 10:52:56" bbc.co.uk Was it my factory Rudd targeted on immigration? The sofa boss angered by the home secretary's immigration comments.
"06.10.2016 09:56:58" bbc.co.uk National Poetry Day: The Prince of Wales reads Heaney Dogger, Rockall, Malin, Irish Sea...
"06.10.2016 09:32:12" bbc.co.uk Fake Sheikh sting 'ended my career' Actress and former Page Three model Emma Morgan was targeted by the undercover journalist Mazher Mahmood.
"06.10.2016 09:08:31" bbc.co.uk Heathrow expansion will drop pollution 'below critical' Research suggests that a new Heathrow runway will not break European pollution laws.
"06.10.2016 07:58:57" bbc.co.uk Smith: 'Politics is fought and won in centre' Owen Smith says it's time for Labour to unite and get back to fighting the Tories.
"06.10.2016 06:14:10" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The actress who was targeted by a “Fake Sheikh” sting
- Owen Smith tells us how he thinks Labour should oppose Theresa May
- The Prince of Wales reads Seamus Heaney's poem The Shipping Forecast to mark the start of National
"05.10.2016 17:54:47" bbc.co.uk Steven Woolfe 'enthused' by Theresa May The UKIP MEP says he recently considered joining the Conservative Party
"05.10.2016 13:54:07" bbc.co.uk Education secretary defends grammar school plans Justine Greening argues that government plans are to "take stock". http://bbc.in/2dx8Fqp
"05.10.2016 13:19:18" bbc.co.uk Neil Hamilton: 'Horror story' if I became UKIP leader The ex-MP agrees with Nigel Farage's verdict on his leadership ability.
"05.10.2016 10:25:13" bbc.co.uk Rudd: Don't call me a racist The home secretary defends her immigration speech.
"05.10.2016 08:47:12" bbc.co.uk Leadership runner-up speaks out over UKIP resignation 'We haven't had any leadership from her.'
"05.10.2016 08:20:10" bbc.co.uk Amber Rudd responds to backlash against migrant plans 'I went to a factory where they recruit almost exclusively from Romania and Poland.'
"05.10.2016 07:43:24" bbc.co.uk Brian Wilson: LSD and the voices in my head "My biggest regret was taking psychedelic drugs."
"05.10.2016 07:09:58" bbc.co.uk UKIP chair addresses Diane James resignation "I wouldn't call it a farce, it's an unfortunate situation."
"05.10.2016 06:33:13" Cod could have accents and it might be affecting their sex life.
"05.10.2016 05:52:02" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live Today's big questions:
- How does Home Secretary Amber Rudd plan to curb immigration?
- UKIP leader Diane James has resigned after just 18 days in charge. What happens now?
- Do fish in British waters have regional accents?
"05.10.2016 05:45:37" bbc.co.uk What Theresa's favorite recipes tell us about her 'There's nothing more British, domesticated, ordinary than the scone.'
"04.10.2016 19:56:19" bbc.co.uk A Lampedusa optician who rescued 47 migrants is reunited with two of them Lampedusa reunion: The optician and the migrant
"04.10.2016 18:05:19" Will we destroy our species - or upgrade it?
"04.10.2016 17:39:35" bbc.co.uk What Theresa's favorite recipes tell us about her "There's a sense in which you're not a proper woman if you can't be imagined in the kitchen."
"04.10.2016 13:11:50" Battle of Cable Street Experience the moment over 100,000 people came together to block a Fascist march in London's East End in 1936. Beattie Orwell is now 99 and Max Levitas 101.
"04.10.2016 12:49:57" bbc.co.uk Fallon: Troops will get legal certainty It will stop the "thousands of claims" seen in recent years, he says.
"04.10.2016 11:57:19" bbc.co.uk What Theresa's favorite recipes tell us about her What can we learn from the prime minister's cooking skills?
"04.10.2016 11:28:40" bbc.co.uk Quiz: The Art of Political Cooking Theresa May has been vaunting her cookbook collection. How much do you know about politicians and their food?
"04.10.2016 10:30:36" bbc.co.uk 'No evidence' of other Halliwell murders There is too much speculation, says chief constable.
"04.10.2016 09:45:53" BBC Capital These workers fast for up to 60 hours at a time – and say it makes them more productive.
"04.10.2016 08:41:42" bbc.co.uk Theresa May vows 'to be ambitious' in Brexit talks "It's not about what bits of membership can we keep..."
"04.10.2016 08:19:42" bbc.co.uk NHS 'faces practical problems' retaining doctors The NHS in England says it plans to be "self-sufficient" in training doctors.
"04.10.2016 07:28:12" bbc.co.uk UK Troops to be protected from 'vexatious claims' "'Your own right to life is secondary."
"04.10.2016 05:28:44" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Prime Minister Theresa May on Brexit, immigration and social justice
- The government is to unveil a legal measure it says will protect UK troops from "vexatious" legal claims
- Were Hitler and the Nazi regime high on drugs during
"03.10.2016 17:40:01" bbc.co.uk French bosses get a makeover Can riding mopeds, wearing pink helmets and blue capes change your image?
"03.10.2016 17:29:46" bbc.co.uk Did Cabinet discuss when to trigger Article 50? What happens in Cabinet, stays in Cabinet.
"03.10.2016 17:07:27" bbc.co.uk The first recording of music made on a computer It all started with the National Anthem and Baa Baa Black Sheep!
"03.10.2016 13:27:54" bbc.co.uk Ex-minister: Beware 'brutal severance' from EU A former Conservative minister says the UK needs to drive the "best possible deal" with the EU.
"03.10.2016 11:23:57" bbc.co.uk Why reveal the identity of author Elena Ferrante? 'As a journalist, I don't like lies'
"03.10.2016 11:14:16" The future of humanity - in animation Will we destroy our species - or upgrade it?
"03.10.2016 10:50:16" bbc.co.uk 'Largest Iron Age mound in Britain' discovered Fancy a step back in time?
"03.10.2016 10:08:49" bbc.co.uk Hammond: 'The key word is control' over UK borders The chancellor is pressed over what Brexit means for immigration.
"03.10.2016 09:36:35" bbc.co.uk Hammond: Deficit is too big but we will invest Is the chancellor more like Ed Balls than George Osborne?
"03.10.2016 09:15:38" bbc.co.uk Boris Johnson 'delighted' by May's Brexit clarity "We're taking back control."
"03.10.2016 05:52:38" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Chancellor Philip Hammond on his “new plan for the new circumstances Britain faces" after the Brexit vote
- Why have the people of Colombia voted to reject a peace deal between the government and FARC guerrillas?
"02.10.2016 18:41:10" bbc.co.uk Palin: How Jan Morris inspired me "In a sense she's a non-fiction novelist."
"02.10.2016 15:41:51" bbc.co.uk The first recording of music made on a computer Alan Turing's music machine
"01.10.2016 09:30:08" bbc.co.uk Iain Duncan Smith on Britain's relationship with the single market after Brexit Podcast: Duncan Smith says 'no bended knee Brexit talks'
"01.10.2016 07:36:31" bbc.co.uk Work and pensions secretary Damian Green on the Employment Support Allowance. Damian Green says reassessing people with chronic illnesses is 'pointless' as he announces benefit changes.
"01.10.2016 07:36:05" bbc.co.uk Listening to the music of Turing's computer It all started with the National Anthem and Baa Baa Black Sheep.
"01.10.2016 07:31:37" Nick Robinson Just finished "What does Theresa really think?" - my half hour profile of the PM. Listen Saturday 11am @BBCRadio4 or online
"01.10.2016 06:45:47" bbc.co.uk Nissan delays Sunderland investment plans "The government must sort out the problems," says MP.
"01.10.2016 06:19:14" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- 100 days after the UK voted for Brexit we are still no closer to understanding how or when the process of leaving the EU will begin. Former work and pensions secretary Ian Duncan Smith is in favour of Hard Brexit - where we leave
"30.09.2016 17:35:33" bbc.co.uk Brexit: The third option - neither "hard" nor soft Could there be a "never-exit"?
"30.09.2016 15:52:27" bbc.co.uk Rosetta probe: 'You've done well old friend' The former manager of the Rosetta mission says his final farewell to the space probe.
"30.09.2016 15:20:32" Aleppo's night sky Aleppo's night sky is the only beautiful thing left, says teacher Abdul Kafi. Hear his lyrical description of how the war has not diminished the beauty of the stars.
"30.09.2016 10:40:42" Craig 'first choice' for next Bond Daniel Craig "first choice" for next James Bond, says exec producer of the last four films Callum McDougall.
"30.09.2016 10:18:29" bbc.co.uk Clash over police chief resignation demand Police watchdog upbraids crime commissioner in Hillsborough row.
"30.09.2016 06:10:08" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live Our top stories:
- Ben Emmerson QC, the most senior lawyer working for the independent inquiry into historical child sexual abuse in England and Wales, has resigned.
- People in their early 30s are half as wealthy as those now in their 40s were at the
"29.09.2016 18:25:01" bbc.co.uk What does a 'soft Brexit' mean? It's a comfortable sounding phrase, but what's behind the language?
"29.09.2016 17:59:03" bbc.co.uk Data watchdog 'asking questions' on Yahoo breach The new UK Information Commissioner calls for more protection for personal data.
"29.09.2016 12:25:53" bbc.co.uk Dr David Nott: 'Aleppo doctors are facing armageddon' He has trained several doctors in Syria and feels like a father to many.
"29.09.2016 12:16:03" bbc.co.uk How to eat a Mediterranean diet More wine. Less meat.
"29.09.2016 11:15:41" Should you worry about painkiller heart risk? Do you need to worry about the heart failure risk from using common painkillers? Helen Williams, from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, explains.
"29.09.2016 10:51:09" bbc.co.uk Radio 3 at 70: What were the origins of the station? Happy birthday BBC Radio 3!
"29.09.2016 07:48:00" BBC Radio 4 Some quizzes are more equal than others...
"29.09.2016 07:37:23" bbc.co.uk NUS president accused of 'anti-Semitic rhetoric' Malia Bouattia says she will do everything to make Jewish students safe.
"29.09.2016 07:02:11" Carlos Acosta on the pain of ballet When Carlos Acosta arrived in the UK from Cuba at the age of 18, he was one of only two black people in the entire ballet company.
"29.09.2016 06:17:06" bbc.co.uk German business boss says 'hard Brexit' is best Better than having a "fudge in the middle", says Markus Kerber.
"29.09.2016 05:54:55" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live This morning:
- How will we leave the EU and what will the post Brexit landscape look like?
- The inquiry into child sexual abuse in England and Wales is facing fresh uncertainty after the suspension of its most senior lawyer.
- Scientists have warned
"28.09.2016 17:05:44" bbc.co.uk The 'hard' Brexit explained The phrase has a forbidding ring, but what does it mean?
"28.09.2016 16:24:44" Anna Holligan reports for the World Tonight on the Swedish gui... "It doesn't matter if you are not Spanish." Swedish guitarist Robi Svard is taking the world of Spanish flamenco by storm.
"28.09.2016 14:32:14" bbc.co.uk Burnham: I differ from Corbyn on migrant control Limits on unskilled migrants are needed, he says.
"28.09.2016 13:25:00" bbc.co.uk Andy Burnham quits Corbyn's shadow cabinet "It's not in any way a blow to Jeremy."
"28.09.2016 10:45:25" Runner Ben Smith on the aches of running nearly 400 marathons ... Ben Smith from Bristol has run nearly 400 marathons over the last year. The BBC's Jon Kay doesn't seem to have run any - and struggles to keep up.
"28.09.2016 09:41:40" bbc.co.uk Shimon Peres 'searched for peace his entire life' “Peace for him meant also security."
"28.09.2016 08:45:31" Lord Howard: 'We will get a good deal' "We are not a supplicant. We will get a good deal."
Full interview with Michael Howard on #Brexit
"28.09.2016 07:02:06" bbc.co.uk Jeremy Corbyn: Don't compare me to Trump "I don't think Donald Trump and I have very much in common on anything," says Jeremy Corbyn
"28.09.2016 06:41:29" bbc.co.uk Dyke: Allardyce needed to be 'whiter than white' "The FA have made exactly the right decision."
"28.09.2016 06:17:59" bbc.co.uk Corbyn: Migrants make 'huge contribution' I understand the problems for some areas, says Jeremy Corbyn, but migrants are crucial in many parts of the UK economy.
"28.09.2016 05:40:16" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live This morning:
- Jeremy Corbyn tells us about Labour's plans for education, the economy and immigration.
- Shimon Peres, former Israeli president, prime minister and Nobel Prize winning statesman - has died.
- English football has been plunged into
"27.09.2016 17:03:40" bbc.co.uk No anti-Semitism from 'Momentum members' I'm 'not aware' of any anti-semitism in Momentum says founder. http://bbc.in/2cAvzQi
"27.09.2016 16:11:28" bbc.co.uk 'Some of our best players are on the subs bench' Shadow Commons leader Paul Flynn says ex-shadow ministers should return.
"27.09.2016 14:38:48" bbc.co.uk Momentum founder: Labour vote was rigged Conference motion was handled in "a disgraceful way", he claims.
"27.09.2016 12:15:30" Why does the Europa water plume matter? Jupiter's moon's watery plumes - this is where we could find extra-terrestial life in space.
More info: http://bbc.in/2czYQui
"27.09.2016 11:39:44" bbc.co.uk Derek Hatton returns to Labour conference He says he might rejoin the party he was expelled from in the 1980s.
"27.09.2016 10:40:02" bbc.co.uk Jim Naughtie gets the view from the spin room Clinton's campaign manager calls Donald J. Trump "unhinged", Rudy Giuliani describes Hillary Clinton as "ignorant". #USPresidentialDebate
"27.09.2016 10:18:04" bbc.co.uk The Private Eye of World War One Ian Hislop: "These are the jokes we do and yet you've done them, under fire, funnier."
"27.09.2016 09:55:57" 'I survived the Deepwater Horizon blast' Mike Williams ran back into a burning oil rig to save people's lives. Now @markwahlberg is portraying his heroics in a movie.
"27.09.2016 06:50:51" bbc.co.uk Newt Gingrich: Trump 'probably won' debate Just by the act of standing toe to toe with Hillary Clinton, he says.
"27.09.2016 05:21:32" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live This morning:
- Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have gone head-to-head in their first presidential TV debate trading blows on the economy, security and temperament.
- The Football Association is investigating newspaper allegations that the England
"26.09.2016 20:43:17" bbc.co.uk How to referee Clinton v Trump "Whoever feels they lost blames it on the moderator, it's a tough job."
"26.09.2016 18:42:51" bbc.co.uk Getting the right cancer care Radio 4's Steve Hewlett was diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus earlier this year. Listen to the full podcast:
"26.09.2016 18:19:19" The detective who arrested Christopher Halliwell is certain he has committed other murders. Interview: http://bbc.in/2cZCdRe
"26.09.2016 17:55:44" bbc.co.uk How people use their phones in bed Turns out that replying to text messages in the middle of the night is not great for your sleep...
"26.09.2016 16:41:34" bbc.co.uk The woman who wanted her pacemaker turned off "It's not about 'I want to die', I'm dying."
"26.09.2016 13:58:02" bbc.co.uk Dear Jeremy, I didn't mean it... Comedian Steve Punt helps Labour MPs get back on the greasy pole.
"26.09.2016 13:35:21" bbc.co.uk Thornberry pressed on Labour immigration policy The shadow foreign secretary seems to admit the post-Brexit stance is unclear.
"26.09.2016 12:12:44" bbc.co.uk Has Labour got a clear message on immigration? "I'm not a racist but there's just too many of them."
"26.09.2016 10:38:32" bbc.co.uk McDonnell: We need to work with firms like Uber How to marry "disruptive technology" and workers' rights.
"26.09.2016 09:52:46" Christopher Halliwell 'cried on my shoulder' Christopher Halliwell may have killed six more times, says the detective who arrested him. Interview: http://bbc.in/2dasiEZ
"26.09.2016 07:22:53" bbc.co.uk 'They fell in love with him' Arnold Palmer was so loved by the crowd, they would stop his ball going out of bounds, says Peter Alliss.
"26.09.2016 07:14:47" bbc.co.uk The race for North Carolina's early votes In North Carolina, Democrat campaigners expect about 50% of those who vote to have returned their ballots before polling day.
"26.09.2016 05:55:08" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live This morning:
- John McDonnell speaks live from the Labour conference in Liverpool (0810)
- Lifestyle related health problems are costing NHS England around £11 bn each year.
- Will Dennis the Menace ever be the same again? The Beano is going digital.
"25.09.2016 17:16:26" bbc.co.uk How to encourage hedgehogs to your garden A prickly little offering from Broadcasting House.
"25.09.2016 07:25:31" One of the hightlights of our week - Juliet Stevenson reading Keats' poem To Autumn.
"24.09.2016 17:59:11" bbc.co.uk The woman who wanted her pacemaker turned off "I have the right to decide whether I want it on or off."
"24.09.2016 15:20:41" bbc.co.uk Unicef: 'Aleppo is slowly dying' Intensified attacks on the Syrian city of Aleppo have left nearly two million people without water.
"24.09.2016 09:58:23" bbc.co.uk When will a Premier League footballer 'come out'? Homophobic abuse is regularly heard at football matches, according to new research. "We can seen what we've done with racism and we're going to do the same for homophobia."
"24.09.2016 09:33:33" Should you keep your cat on a lead?
"24.09.2016 07:22:34" Grammar guide... For those confusing "less than" with "fewer than".
"24.09.2016 07:00:20" bbc.co.uk Waving the banner for Labour The Momentum conference taking place alongside Labour's in Liverpool.
"24.09.2016 06:44:53" bbc.co.uk Meet the Author James Naughtie talks to Rose Tremain about her latest novel The Gustav Sonata.
"24.09.2016 06:15:59" bbc.co.uk 24/09/2016, Today - BBC Radio 4 In today's programme:
- As Labour's bruising leadership election reaches its climax, we speak to shadow home secretary Andy Burnham.
- James Naughtie reports on how protests about a police shooting in North Carolina have cast a shadow over the
"23.09.2016 16:23:02" At Lunch With...Ken Loach Film director Ken Loach joins Becky Milligan for breakfast (he rarely eats lunch). Listen to the full interview here: http://bbc.in/2cWTgkH
"23.09.2016 15:10:50" Your grammar questions answered The Today programme guide to your grammatical conundrums.
"23.09.2016 14:44:08" bbc.co.uk Skeleton find could rewrite Roman history Two Chinese skeletons discovered in a Roman burial ground could change our view of the history of Europe and Asia.
"23.09.2016 12:51:08" bbc.co.uk 'I'd be wary of Bake Off mark two' The founder of the production company behind The Voice UK says the BBC should "get over itself and move on".
"23.09.2016 12:25:55" bbc.co.uk UK needs 'golden relationship' with China Jim O'Neill's laugh, when asked about whether he was happy about Theresa May's talks with China, looks more telling now he has resigned from her government.
"23.09.2016 12:23:19" bbc.co.uk David Sedaris: Trump uses 'Bart Simpson tricks' The humorist also reveals how he was booed for backing Clinton.
"23.09.2016 08:56:58" Gilbert and Sullivan's Yeoman of the Guard "I do not like that cat."
The full orchestral score of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Yeoman of the Guard is being published for the first time exactly as it would have been back in 1888 when it was written. Here is one of the pieces cut from the first
"23.09.2016 07:26:51" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live. This morning:
- 500 million Yahoo users information breached in cyber-attack
- The Brownlee brothers discuss the dramatic end to the Triatholon World Series in Mexico.
- The mother of a woman who spent nearly four years in a vegetative state have said it
"23.09.2016 06:49:08" bbc.co.uk The man who became a goat Now the winner of an Ig Nobel prize...
More info: http://bbc.in/2cVFX43
"23.09.2016 06:28:35" bbc.co.uk Persistent Vegetative State: An agonising wait "I just wanted my daughter to be at peace."
"22.09.2016 17:37:43" bbc.co.uk 'It's about time there was a bit of a shake-up' Former The Great British Bake Off finalist reveals who he thinks should replace Mary Berry.
"22.09.2016 17:13:26" bbc.co.uk Could the BBC copy Bake Off? "Mel & Sue's Bake Off may well be OK" - a copyright expert considers the BBC's options.
"22.09.2016 16:48:48" Timeline Photos Our chief correspondent Matthew Price was struggling to decide this morning between "less than one in five" and "fewer than one in five". Send us your examples of where the grammar rules break down and leave us with a linguistic conundrum.
"22.09.2016 15:11:36" bbc.co.uk IVF rates in England 'at 12-year low' One mum - who ended up going to a Czech clinic after being denied treatment - says the need to have a child "broke her heart".
"22.09.2016 14:36:25" bbc.co.uk Tate Modern in storm over net curtain remark Artist Grayson Perry weighs in on Tate Modern's row with some neighbours who feel too overlooked.
"22.09.2016 14:09:58" bbc.co.uk Why they are installing table tennis tables in care homes 'Brain sport' for older people.
"22.09.2016 13:38:46" bbc.co.uk The dawn chorus of fish is revealed
"22.09.2016 13:15:27" bbc.co.uk 'Let down' by four cancelled operations Many more operations at English hospitals have been cancelled than previously made public.
"22.09.2016 12:54:32" bbc.co.uk Fears that Bake Off 'could do a Top Gear' Ex-Culture Secretary says Bake Off could be crumbling.
"22.09.2016 11:43:36" bbc.co.uk IVF rates in England 'at 12-year low' The number of fertility cycles offered has been cut in many areas.
"22.09.2016 11:14:33" bbc.co.uk Do you talk to strangers? "I say often quite weird things to them I think" says comedian Lily Bevan.
"22.09.2016 10:50:39" bbc.co.uk Mosul diary: 'I feel like I'm living in a prison' "Ahmed" was a student when IS militants overran his city in Iraq.
"22.09.2016 10:27:01" bbc.co.uk Labour staff demand place on party's ruling NEC They say they are worried about being sacked.
"22.09.2016 09:43:13" Juliet Stevenson reads Keats' ode to autumn Take two minutes out of your day on this autumn equinox to see Juliet Stevenson read Keats' poem To Autumn.
"22.09.2016 07:20:06" bbc.co.uk Four Seasons - Radio 4 listeners' pictures of Autumn The autumn equinox is being celebrated across Radio 4 today, with actress Juliet Stevenson reading an autumn poem on Today. Please share your autumn photos with us.
"22.09.2016 06:56:31" bbc.co.uk Mayor of Charlotte on US city state of emergency "We are better than this." #Charlotte
"22.09.2016 05:55:00" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live This morning:
- State of emergency in US city of Charlotte as unrest over police shooting continues.
- Should NHS England provide more IVF treatment?
- Actress Juliet Stevenson marks the autumn equinox with a poem.
"21.09.2016 17:10:17" bbc.co.uk Chris Brennan's mother reacts to inquest findings "We hope changes will be put in to stop this happening to anyone else."
"21.09.2016 14:01:40" bbc.co.uk Brennan neglect was 'utterly shameful' "The family don't want any other child to die in this way."
"21.09.2016 13:22:50" bbc.co.uk The search is on for the Asian hornet queen "If there is a queen she will be able to nest next year."
"21.09.2016 12:26:20" bbc.co.uk When will a Premier League footballer 'come out'? "We can seen what we've done with racism and we're going to do the same for homophobia."
"21.09.2016 12:05:58" bbc.co.uk Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall on ivory trade 'ban' If there is any doubt, it shouldn't be sold, he says.
"21.09.2016 11:37:24" bbc.co.uk Corbyn's kids: Can you teach children your politics? Momentum Kids say they're not trying to create "mini-Jeremy Corbyn supporters"
"21.09.2016 11:15:03" bbc.co.uk Syrian ceasefire hopes are 'not dead yet'. "We cannot let this fall to the wayside," says US diplomat.
"21.09.2016 10:22:50" bbc.co.uk Children starve as Yemen on brink of famine The war in Yemen, which began early last year when the government was overthrown by rebel forces, has pushed the country to the brink of famine.
"21.09.2016 09:36:19" bbc.co.uk UK needs 'golden relationship' with China Treasury Minister Lord O'Neill was reportedly unhappy over the pause in the Hinkley nuclear deal.
"21.09.2016 09:11:50" bbc.co.uk RSPB says cats are not a big threat to bird population With bells on.
"21.09.2016 06:04:11" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live. Our top stories:
- US 'holds Russia responsible' for deadly aid attack in Aleppo.
- Theresa May 'won't allow vexatious allegations' against UK troops over claims of abuse in Iraq.
- Gay football supporters to tackle homophobic abuse heard at matches.
"20.09.2016 20:03:39" bbc.co.uk 'The world is full of whisky lovers' Author of The Whisky Bible says he "can understand" why someone stole a bottle worth £12,000.
"20.09.2016 19:07:11" bbc.co.uk Brain family 'over the moon' to stay in UK The Australian family say they're Scottish and staying.
"20.09.2016 16:43:47" bbc.co.uk Labour party 'the worst I've witnessed' Labour's in-fighting is the worst in 40 years says USDAW general secretary.
"20.09.2016 14:31:01" bbc.co.uk Doctors private pay plan is 'missed opportunity' A hospital consultant reacts to plans to make doctors declare their private earnings.
"20.09.2016 14:20:55" Should you keep your cat on a lead? Should you keep your cat on a lead?
"20.09.2016 13:55:30" bbc.co.uk 'People were well aware' of attacked aid convoy The Syrian Red Crescent says its volunteers are paying a high price.
"20.09.2016 12:53:01" bbc.co.uk What happens when politicians face trial by biscuit Which politician named the white chocolate finger as his favourite?
"20.09.2016 10:47:01" bbc.co.uk Cameron was 'best person to lead Brexit talks' Oliver Letwin on Cameron and how the Tories thought they would not win a majority in 2015.
"20.09.2016 08:54:51" bbc.co.uk Germany's fight against extremism The German public is nervous about what the influx of Syrian refugees means for security. Chris Vallance reports from Bremen on how the authorities are trying to root out extremism.
"20.09.2016 08:30:48" Labour 'have to put the band back together' The Labour Party "have to put the band back together" says deputy leader Tom Watson, explaining elected shadow cabinet proposals and plan to remove registered supporters from future votes.
"20.09.2016 05:58:18" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live Our top stories:
- Labour's National Executive Committee meets today to consider plans to elect the Party's Shadow Cabinet.
- A group of foster carers has made history by voting to form its own union.
- Could you live with only 33 items in your wardrobe
"19.09.2016 18:28:36" bbc.co.uk How does the cold cap work? Radio 4's Steve Hewlett has been using a cold cap as part of his treatment. He was diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus earlier this year.
Listen to the full interview as a podcast here: http://bbc.in/2cDkKy2
"19.09.2016 13:59:24" bbc.co.uk Assad 'has never bombed his own people' "Are you seriously suggesting that the Syrian regime has not bombed any of its own people?"
"19.09.2016 13:35:32" bbc.co.uk US bombings 'could be trial for bigger attack' "I'd be very concerned this wasn't the real attack" warns ex-government advisor
"19.09.2016 10:47:58" bbc.co.uk 'I would turn down £1bn for my company' He'd spend a day on the beach, and then get "incredibly bored"...
"19.09.2016 10:39:17" bbc.co.uk Corbyn is 'not interested in unity' Still no apology for "abuse" list, says a Labour MP.
"19.09.2016 09:33:01" bbc.co.uk 'I'm ten years old and I'm both a boy and a girl' Leo has spent most of his first decade living as a girl, now that's changed.
"19.09.2016 08:10:45" bbc.co.uk Is the Mayo Gaelic football team cursed? "There's something eerie about all of this"
"19.09.2016 06:34:20" bbc.co.uk Jeremy Corbyn: 'I will reach out to Labour MPs' Labour can "change the national mood", Jeremy Corbyn tells Nick Robinson
"19.09.2016 05:55:37" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live. On the programme this morning:
- Jeremy Corbyn talks to Nick Robinson.
- Why isn't there a British Apple or Google? John Humphrys reports.
- Why are Vice launching a TV channel?
Let us know your thoughts.
"18.09.2016 09:54:12" bbc.co.uk The text messages getting teenagers the grades Little supportive reminders go a long way, it seems.
"17.09.2016 17:08:58" Having dunked it in coffee, John tries to break the new fiver by chewing. http://bbc.in/2c8pFFR
"17.09.2016 13:30:08" How do trees communicate? They use the Wood Wide Web.
"17.09.2016 11:04:49" www.bbc.co.uk Nigel Farage goes skinny dipping, Today - BBC Radio 4 Andrew Welch, commercial manager of British Naturism, explains why he thinks it is 'great' Look away now!
"17.09.2016 11:03:43" www.bbc.co.uk Lauri Love's father: US extradition is 'state vengeance', Today - BBC Radio 4 Lauri Love's father, Reverend Alexander, discusses his son's extradition to the US. The alleged hacker's father is worried about his treatment in America.
"17.09.2016 10:15:00" Yesterday, George Osborne gave us his first interview since being sacked by Theresa May. Listen in full: http://bbc.in/2cCc9ZP
"17.09.2016 07:36:32" David Baddiel on the laughs and tragedy of his dad's dementia.
Full interview: http://bbc.in/2cV4R1u
"17.09.2016 06:38:57" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live. This morning's big questions:
- New penalties on drivers using mobile phones.
- Will banning rucksacks from the world's biggest beer festival prevent risk of terrorism?
- Why fashion magazine editors are superseding fashion Youtubers.
Let us know your
"16.09.2016 17:23:40" bbc.co.uk Should bouncers use breathalysers? It helps when you're trying to tell people they're intoxicated.
"16.09.2016 17:01:21" bbc.co.uk Clinton health 'not life threatening' Barack Obama's former doctor says all presidential candidates should have independent health checks.
"16.09.2016 14:12:35" bbc.co.uk How do pupils sitting the 11 plus feel? Two children about to sit the exam discuss their hopes - and the pressure.
"16.09.2016 13:39:12" bbc.co.uk Carpool singing star Ted, 80, lands record deal Singing has helped Ted McDermott with his dementia, says his son Simon.
"16.09.2016 10:17:15" bbc.co.uk The village building homes for young families In our backyard: the village voting for more houses.
"16.09.2016 09:53:32" Osborne's first interview after sacking “I don't want to write my memoir because I don't know how the story ends” - George Osborne.
"16.09.2016 08:48:34" bbc.co.uk Watford derailment to cause hours of disruption The accident happened on the busiest section of line in Europe.
"16.09.2016 06:36:09" bbc.co.uk UKIP ex-head of press defects to Conservatives Alex Phillips likes what Theresa May is doing.
"16.09.2016 06:35:42" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Former chancellor George Osborne
- President Obama's former doctor.
- The man who infiltrated Pablo Escobar's money-laundering organization.
"15.09.2016 18:21:23" bbc.co.uk Breaking Bad star hails 'pioneering' Paralympics RJ Mitte says America has a lot to learn from the UK coverage of the games.
"15.09.2016 17:32:53" bbc.co.uk Brexit: No major talks 'for 12 months' - Van Rompuy Looks like we might have to wait until after the German elections. #Brexit
"15.09.2016 14:57:06" bbc.co.uk Osborne and May 'really disliked each other' The then chancellor was rude to the now PM, says ex-minister.
"15.09.2016 13:26:09" bbc.co.uk Osborne 'vetoed' Hinkley safeguard - Davey "George Osborne was so keen to send positive signals to the Chinese that he was prepared not to go the extra mile for national security", says the former energy secretary Ed Davey.
"15.09.2016 11:07:48" bbc.co.uk The text messages getting teenagers the grades Little supportive reminders go a long way, it seems.
"15.09.2016 08:01:10" 'Price is too high' for Hinkley Point The government has given the go ahead for a new £18bn nuclear power station at Hinkley Point. Labour's shadow energy secretary Barry Gardiner says they paid too much.
"15.09.2016 06:25:08" bbc.co.uk 'Texting driver had nine seconds to see my brother' The RAC is warning that mobile phone use while driving is rising. This is why it matters.
"15.09.2016 06:05:29" bbc.co.uk 'We all warned Cameron on EU vote' - Van Rompuy Ex-EU president says Britain has made a "historical mistake".
"15.09.2016 05:21:41" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Theresa May is expected to give the go-ahead for the Hinkley Point nuclear plant in Somerset.
- The former president of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, has said any meaningful Brexit negotiations are unlikely before the
"14.09.2016 19:36:36" The Today Programme Paralympic cyclist Karen Darke checks out her new bike created by Williams Martini Racing. Congratulations to Paralympian gold medalist Karen Darke. Here's what she told Rob Bonnet about her bike.
"14.09.2016 17:21:53" bbc.co.uk Nursing Council defends Cafferkey inquiry Regret for how long it took, but no regret for investigating.
"14.09.2016 16:14:46" How air con could make the Tube hotter Why don't they just put air con on Tube trains?
"14.09.2016 13:26:35" bbc.co.uk Nigel Farage rejects Juncker hate crime claim Using individual incidents for political ends is "never very wise".
"14.09.2016 11:03:17" bbc.co.uk Global anti-doping system 'under attack' It has been going on for weeks, says Wada president.
"14.09.2016 11:02:24" Formula One bike for British Paralympic cyclist Paralympic cyclist Karen Darke checks out her new bike created by Williams Martini Racing.
"14.09.2016 09:27:53" Lord Richards: 'Tentative' action worst of all options Head of the military at time of the Libya conflict says the UK was wrong not to deploy ground troops: http://bbc.in/2cUQZbA
"14.09.2016 06:28:04" bbc.co.uk Care workers sue in minimum wage battle Payslips appear to show some staff were paid £3.27 an hour.
"14.09.2016 06:23:09" How do trees communicate? How do trees communicate? They use the Wood Wide Web.
"14.09.2016 06:02:29" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- A group of care workers is bringing the biggest claim for non-payment of the national minimum wage there's ever been in the care sector.
- A House of Commons report has blamed David Cameron for the turmoil in Libya.
- How trees
"13.09.2016 21:16:27" bbc.co.uk What does space sound like? Featuring the Big Bang, proton whistlers and Sputnik 1.
"13.09.2016 17:47:58" bbc.co.uk Leaves on the line get zapped A new treatment for clearing leaves off railway lines is being trialled. It involves microwaves.
"13.09.2016 16:02:23" bbc.co.uk Booker Prize is 'embarrassment of riches' The Man Booker Prize for Fiction chair praises 2016 shortlist as "most exciting" in years.
"13.09.2016 13:51:51" bbc.co.uk C4 'shot itself in the foot' over Bake Off Michael Grade says Channel 4 has cooked up the wrong deal.
"13.09.2016 13:18:10" David Baddiel: 'My father's dementia is sad - and funny' How David Baddiel is making jokes about his father's dementia and his mother's funeral.
Full interview: http://bbc.in/2ckOSsD
"13.09.2016 12:11:31" bbc.co.uk Harassment 'part of everyday life' in schools "Girls felt they weren't being taken seriously."
"13.09.2016 10:13:14" bbc.co.uk Boundary review 'independent' says commission They ignore any "political ramifications".
"13.09.2016 07:47:29" John Humphrys tries to destroy the new £5 note "I really gave it a good old chewing there..." John Humphrys tries to destroy the new polymer fiver: http://bbc.in/2c7oLt4
"13.09.2016 05:31:37" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Could Jeremy Corbyn and ex-chancellor George Osborne's seats in Parliament be abolished?
- Should taking cannabis for medical reasons be made legal?
- Will The Great British Bake Off be the same on Channel 4?
"12.09.2016 17:41:03" Archers editor on Helen's trial "We were going to kill Rob." BBC The Archers editor on the Helen Titchener trial: http://bbc.in/2ceeoVq
"12.09.2016 17:12:24" bbc.co.uk Ex-education secretary criticises grammars plan "It's a strange first battle to pick."
"12.09.2016 14:20:31" bbc.co.uk Do politicians need to know facts? Swatting up on the price of milk ✔ Running the country ✖
"12.09.2016 13:52:34" bbc.co.uk Hillary Clinton health coverage is 'sexist' "The idea of a woman as weak is a sexist stereotype."
"12.09.2016 11:03:09" bbc.co.uk David Miliband: 'Best chance' of lull in Syria conflict There is cause for hope, in the short term at least, he says.
"12.09.2016 08:48:26" Archers editor on the Helen Titchener trial "I think there's another 20, 30 years of this story" - Outgoing BBC The Archers editor following the Helen Titchener trial.
"12.09.2016 07:52:02" bbc.co.uk 'Keep Hillary Clinton illness in perspective' It's significant, says former Clinton aide James Rubin, but not a big issue compared to all the things Donald Trump has said and done.
"12.09.2016 05:41:58" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Is a seven-day NHS currently "impossible" to achieve?
- How will Hillary Clinton's diagnosis of pneumonia affect her campaign?
- The Archers editor on the conclusion of the Helen Titchener trial
"11.09.2016 17:26:02" bbc.co.uk Suspended Labour donor stormtrooper comments "I referenced the National Socialists but could have referred to Mao."
"11.09.2016 13:05:22" bbc.co.uk Jacob Rees-Mogg: I would always vote Republican Conservative MP says he would 'almost certainly' vote for Donald Trump
"11.09.2016 12:27:57" bbc.co.uk Head who sent home 50 pupils for wrong uniform Headteacher Matthew Tate explains why he sent home 50 pupils on the first day of school Gestapo comparison is "frankly ridiculous" he says.
"11.09.2016 12:01:28" Ancient DNA of the bacteria that caused the Great Plague of London in 1665 has been identified for the first time. And it is on this skeleton. http://bbc.in/2cfHqhK
"11.09.2016 11:40:52" bbc.co.uk Michael Morpurgo explains how failing the 11-plus affected him How it feels to fail the 11-plus - by War Horse author Michael Morpurgo
"11.09.2016 11:20:12" bbc.co.uk Will Quince MP calls for statutory bereavement leave for parents after he and his wife have a stillborn baby Should bereavement leave be a legal right?
"11.09.2016 10:39:25" bbc.co.uk How grief can inspire creativity "The understanding of it was never done, was never complete."
"11.09.2016 09:23:42" bbc.co.uk How John le Carre's parents shaped his writing Susanne Bier and Tony Parsons on how le Carre's parents inspired his books. A "brutal" father and mother who never once hugged him.
"10.09.2016 17:59:43" bbc.co.uk Innocent drinks founder responds to Liam Fox's comments on UK business "How dare you talk down the country that you've damaged."
"10.09.2016 17:18:24" "These are extraordinary, exacting, strange, difficult ways of getting at this big subject, which is how we love people that aren't here anymore."
Author Max Porter eloquently describes how grief can inspire creativity
"10.09.2016 15:28:59" bbc.co.uk Do grammar schools help social mobility? "Poor pupils are much less likely to go there in the first place."
"10.09.2016 11:37:17" Women do ask for pay rises, says researcher Dr Amanda Goodall, they just don't get them.
"10.09.2016 11:16:48" How an author was influenced by his father's death "It was the foundation of my character, that absence, and how to build myself as a person as a sibling, as a parent as a husband, in relation to the absence of that person who I missed. The missing him was everything."
"10.09.2016 10:55:29" Twenty-two-year-old William Broadway invented a portable vaccine cooler that could save millions of lives.
"10.09.2016 10:31:23" bbc.co.uk 'Agony' of revenge porn victim Chrissy Chambers says she "didn't think it was real" when she found revenge porn 'You never know when the images will appear again.'
"10.09.2016 10:08:35" bbc.co.uk Innocent drinks founder responds to Liam Fox's comments on UK business "How dare you talk down the country that you've damaged."
"10.09.2016 09:00:53" bbc.co.uk 'Texting van driver killed my brother' Darrell Martin describes how his brother was killed by a texting driver He had nine seconds to avoid the cyclist on a clear road.
"10.09.2016 08:12:13" Wish you could turn down the screaming on The Beatles live album? Giles Martin, son of producer Sir George Martin, explains how they remixed Live at the Hollywood Bowl Abbey Road Studios
"10.09.2016 06:36:32" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Trade Secretary Liam Fox has been recorded describing Britain as “fat and lazy”, criticising UK business for a lack of interest in exporting overseas.
- Should police officers be allowed to wear burkas?
- Could women ever play
"09.09.2016 18:56:05" bbc.co.uk Do grammar schools help social mobility? "Poor pupils are much less likely to go there in the first place."
"09.09.2016 14:12:49" bbc.co.uk How tourists were rescued in cable car ordeal "It's a very complicated operation at 3,800m of altitude."
"09.09.2016 13:49:49" bbc.co.uk 'Prince Buster was the king of Ska' "Some of his recordings were quite explicit."
"09.09.2016 11:40:03" bbc.co.uk Senior civil servants warn over Brexit resources funding The work could take two decades to complete without more support from ministers, says a Conservative MP who voted to leave the EU.
"09.09.2016 10:38:03" bbc.co.uk Prince bandmate tells of life after his death "I was planning on having him play a bit on my album."
"09.09.2016 08:42:09" bbc.co.uk 'No return to the secondary modern' A dogmatic politics from the 1970s is getting in the way of education reform, says Education Secretary Justine Greening.
"09.09.2016 07:52:05" Statins review says benefits 'underestimated' "The benefits of statins are at least 100 times larger than the harms associated, particularly with muscle problems."
"09.09.2016 07:23:49" Grammar schools: 'We will fail as a nation' "We will fail as a nation." Grammar school warning from Chief Inspector of Schools Sir Michael Wilshaw.
"09.09.2016 06:32:36" bbc.co.uk Jim Naughtie on the Old Firm rivalry "Their encounters sometimes seemed to be proxies for re-enactments of 17th century battles, as if the bitterness had been distilled and kept like a precious drink for special occasions."
"09.09.2016 05:51:16" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Will Theresa May's expansion of grammar schools in England encourage social mobility?
- President of Mastercard on the £14bn legal claim filed against company on behalf of UK consumers.
- The benefits of the cholesterol-reducing
"08.09.2016 14:39:05" Vaccine cooler could save millions of lives Twenty-two-year-old William Broadway invented a portable vaccine cooler that could save millions of lives.
"08.09.2016 10:17:08" Clegg attacks Tory selection 'prejudice' Conservatives "foisting evidence free prejudices" on UK with selective education push, says Nick Clegg
"08.09.2016 08:09:54" bbc.co.uk US: Russia 'fuelling violence' in Syria US Defence Secretary says US is giving Russia "another try" in Syria but "our patience is not unlimited".
"08.09.2016 07:11:32" bbc.co.uk Defence Sec Fallon backs grammar school 'choice' "The aim is very clear; it's to have more choice for parents in every part of the country."
"08.09.2016 06:11:13" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live. On the programme this morning:
- US Defence Secretary Ash Carter (0810)
- Footballer Ruud Gullit (0820)
- Star Trek script editor DC Fontana (0740)
Let us know your thoughts.
"08.09.2016 06:06:18" First look at a Great Plague skeleton Ancient DNA of the bacteria that caused the Great Plague of London in 1665 has been identified for the first time. And it is on this skeleton of a young man. Find out more: http://bbc.in/2cHLqxh
"07.09.2016 17:56:00" bbc.co.uk Would you give up your smartphone?
"07.09.2016 15:07:51" bbc.co.uk Corbyn 'right to target housing in PMQs' Labour's shadow justice secretary says "there is a housing crisis in the country".
"07.09.2016 12:35:54" bbc.co.uk Why caesarean babies become obese Experts think it's down to how much bacteria you encounter at birth.
"07.09.2016 10:50:59" bbc.co.uk The schoolchildren 'distressed' by rail strike The latest Southern rail strike is happening on the first day of secondary school for some children.
"07.09.2016 10:28:31" bbc.co.uk 'Texting van driver killed my brother' He had nine seconds to avoid the cyclist on a clear road.
"07.09.2016 07:44:18" bbc.co.uk Head who sent home 50 pupils for wrong uniform Gestapo comparison is "frankly ridiculous" he says.
"07.09.2016 06:24:06" The Beatles remixed Wish you could turn down the screaming on The Beatles live album? Giles Martin, son of producer Sir George Martin, explains how they remixed Live at the Hollywood Bowl at Abbey Road Studios
"07.09.2016 06:03:36" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live This morning's top stories:
- Should the law for drink driving be reviewed to ensure tougher punishment?
- What trade deal will Australia do with the UK, post-Brexit?
- How do you deal with “sleep debt” after a hot and humid night?
Let us know your
"06.09.2016 17:55:51" bbc.co.uk Has Black Lives Matter been hijacked by white people? A protester for the movement says white people need to "take responsibility".
"06.09.2016 16:35:33" bbc.co.uk Historical child abuse inquiry could refocus 'The inquiry is aware that they have perhaps taken on something that is bigger than they even realised'
"06.09.2016 14:44:02" bbc.co.uk Paralympics athletes 'performing within the rules' Paralympic Games president Sir Philip Craven says athlete classification is a "developing science"
"06.09.2016 14:06:22" bbc.co.uk Disabled Corbyn voter confronts Smith on benefits bill "You should have voted against it."
"06.09.2016 13:42:00" bbc.co.uk Keith Vaz's position was 'untenable' His resignation was "inevitable", says fellow committee member.
"06.09.2016 13:19:40" bbc.co.uk Sports Direct chairman should 'step down' A shareholder says Keith Hellawell should be replaced.
"06.09.2016 12:24:47" bbc.co.uk How John le Carre's parents shaped his writing A "brutal" father and mother who never once hugged him.
"06.09.2016 11:57:22" bbc.co.uk Sports Direct changes 'do not go far enough' Commons business select committee chairman responds to Sports Direct's review.
"06.09.2016 11:35:08" bbc.co.uk Panda conservation 'success story' It's more bamboo than zoo.
"06.09.2016 11:06:11" bbc.co.uk Back to school pictures: The kids verdict "Sometimes I'm not in the mood." #backtoschool
"06.09.2016 10:45:44" Why you may have slept OK on one of the muggiest nights.
"06.09.2016 09:46:04" bbc.co.uk 'Agony' of revenge porn victim 'You never know when the images will appear again.'
"06.09.2016 07:59:50" Women do ask for pay rises, says researcher Dr Amanda Goodall, they just don't get them.
"06.09.2016 05:59:31" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live. This morning's big questions:
- Is the revenge porn law working?
- Is the Paralympics classification system fair?
- Why are 'returnships' becoming more popular in the UK?
Let us know your thoughts.
"05.09.2016 19:26:12" bbc.co.uk 'My fascist father was a national danger' As a child he could spot the MI5 car in the street outside.
"05.09.2016 18:58:25" bbc.co.uk Junior doctors 'not too proud' to drop strike "Hospitals need more time to plan to keep patients safe."
"05.09.2016 18:30:53" bbc.co.uk Is the Paralympic classification system fair? @[Ade Adepitan] explains how it works.
"05.09.2016 16:03:23" bbc.co.uk Ex-minister asks should "critical" workers not be allowed to strike Should junior doctors be banned from striking?
"05.09.2016 15:39:08" bbc.co.uk 'May is backtracking on immigration' "She's an idiot" is one fisherman's caustic assessment.
"05.09.2016 13:25:24" bbc.co.uk Australia says UK trade deal is 'easy' It couldn't be enforced until the UK formally leaves the EU.
"05.09.2016 12:04:47" bbc.co.uk Japan says all business options open post Brexit Japanese firms have "concrete" things they want to see.
"05.09.2016 11:44:26" bbc.co.uk Will doctors be disciplined for strike action? The General Medical Council warns junior doctors they are accountable for patient harm.
"05.09.2016 11:21:53" bbc.co.uk Women react badly to Italy's Fertility Day plans "It's like something from the 1930s fascist campaign."
"05.09.2016 08:47:30" 'Not a resigning matter' for Keith Vaz Male escort claims "not a resigning matter" for Keith Vaz, says Peter Tatchell
"05.09.2016 05:58:57" bbc.co.uk Read today's running order and listen live. This morning's big questions:
- What does Brexit actually mean for the UK?
- What should follow from revelations about Labour MP Keith Vaz's private life?
"04.09.2016 18:33:35" bbc.co.uk Lorry drivers fear more extreme tactics in Calais "Somebody is going to get killed and it will be a driver."
"04.09.2016 18:08:27" bbc.co.uk How can tennis players deal with noisy crowds? They're causing a racket.
"04.09.2016 17:38:30" bbc.co.uk Should all road users have onboard cameras? Debating the impact of cameras on road safety.
"04.09.2016 13:14:20" bbc.co.uk What makes a Saint? A guide to canonization.
"04.09.2016 07:10:35" bbc.co.uk Charlotte Green reveals how sailors fell for her. Celebrating the Shipping Forecast.
"03.09.2016 17:06:13" bbc.co.uk How will TV Licence iPlayer rules be enforced? iPlayer users must now own a TV licence even when a programme is on catch-up. iPlayer users must now own a TV licence even when a programme is on catch-up.
"03.09.2016 08:00:30" Ed Balls shares his excitement of being on Strictly Ed Balls on his BBC Strictly Come Dancing appearance:"I can line dance but unfortunately there's no category for that"
"03.09.2016 07:10:55" bbc.co.uk Saving Labour spokesman speaks out The coordinator of Saving Labour says many of its supporters feel too vulnerable to make their support public.
"03.09.2016 00:46:58" bbc.co.uk Samsung recall 'rare, given phone's price' Samsung is recalling its latest Galaxy 7 smartphone due to exploding batteries
"02.09.2016 19:29:06" bbc.co.uk How the literature of 1816 inspired today's 'cli-fi' The eruption of Mount Tambora caused 1816 to be known as the year without a summer.
"02.09.2016 18:44:46" bbc.co.uk Train drivers union reacts to Southern co-owners' £100m profits Go-Ahead group are 'doing it on the cheap'
"02.09.2016 18:16:00" bbc.co.uk Jonathan Bartley: His background and his blues band Who is one half of the new Green Party leadership?
"02.09.2016 17:54:00" bbc.co.uk Will the coffee cup charge work? The Liberal Democrats have called for the introduction of a 5p charge on disposable coffee cups ☕
"02.09.2016 16:02:56" bbc.co.uk Strikes would 'endanger patient safety' The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh says the doctors strike could seriously damage patient care.
"02.09.2016 15:30:59" bbc.co.uk What threat do ticks pose to dogs and their owners? Almost a third of dogs carry a tick, according to new research.
"02.09.2016 12:39:35" bbc.co.uk Junior doctors row: Top paediatrician calls on Hunt to renegotiate "The only way to resolve an argument is for both sides to get back to the negotiating table".
"02.09.2016 11:19:08" bbc.co.uk What threat does this pose to the dogs and their owners? Almost a third of dogs carry a tick.
"02.09.2016 10:40:12" bbc.co.uk How the literature of 1816 inspired today's 'cli-fi' The eruption of Mount Tambora caused 1816 to be known as the year without a summer.
"02.09.2016 08:07:10" bbc.co.uk Junior doctors row: Top paediatrician calls on Hunt to renegotiate "The only way to resolve an argument is for both sides to get back to the negotiating table".
"02.09.2016 07:06:35" bbc.co.uk What threat do ticks pose to dogs and their owners? Almost a third of dogs carry a tick, according to new research.
"02.09.2016 06:06:00" Almost a third of dogs have ticks, according to new research.
Vet John Gould explains how to check a dog for ticks and what to do if you find them, with a little help from Flo.
More about the new findings here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p046l8n5
"02.09.2016 05:51:24" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live This morning's big questions:
- Should the UK take in almost 400 refugee children living in Calais?
- Almost a third of dogs carry a tick, according to new research. What threat does this pose to the animals and their owners?
- Does the romantic musical
"01.09.2016 21:05:31" bbc.co.uk British Airways resume flights to Tehran after four years What advice does Maria Oleynik, an author of the Bradt Travel guides, offer for travelers?
"01.09.2016 18:36:41" bbc.co.uk Is Theresa May echoing Joseph Chamberlain? Conservative peer Lord Carrington says Theresa May could follow Joseph Chamberlain's ethos and "make the government a social reforming government".
"01.09.2016 18:15:00" bbc.co.uk Hospital chief executive explains their contingency plans What will hospitals do if the five day junior doctors strike goes ahead?
"01.09.2016 17:38:46" bbc.co.uk Ex-contestant of Strictly Come Dancing Vince Cable gives Ed Balls some advice Will Strictly allow Ed 'Glitter' Balls a comeback?
"01.09.2016 16:34:51" bbc.co.uk The president's mansion made into a corruption museum Ukraine is trying to driver out corruption.
"01.09.2016 15:54:30" bbc.co.uk Electoral Reform Society calls for 'at least six months' for campaigns Was the EU referendum campaign too short?
"01.09.2016 15:31:04" youtube.com The Today Programme The future of the children's book. Artist Oliver Jeffers explains his latest work http://bbc.in/2ctA0gq
"01.09.2016 15:23:40" Jeremy Hunt asked whether John Humphrys had been around long enough to have interviewed Nye Bevan. John says he never did meet him, "although I suppose I could have". The certain young man from Cardiff became a cub reporter in 1958 - two years before
"01.09.2016 15:00:02" bbc.co.uk Doctor's strike 'like groundhog day' Former NHS trust chairman says he is astonished that BMA members rejected the deal.
"01.09.2016 10:07:19" bbc.co.uk How will TV Licence iPlayer rules be enforced? iPlayer users must now own a TV licence even when a programme is on catch-up.
"01.09.2016 08:34:37" bbc.co.uk Which dance move scares Ed Balls ahead of his debut on Strictly? "My hips don't really move in quite the right way."
"01.09.2016 08:16:21" bbc.co.uk Hunt: We want talks with doctors The Health Secretary says the way to resolve the junior doctors row is to proceed with contracts.