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"29.03.2017 08:12:29" bbc.co.uk Hammond: 'Can't have cake and eat it' The Chancellor says there will be give and take on both sides in Brexit negotiations.
"29.03.2017 06:54:40" 'We can't control our EU divorce. We can control our future' “Month after month, Britain's politicians and pundits have discussed #Brexit as if we were ordering from a menu. It's been a complete waste of time.” Here's columnist Tim Montgomerie with BBC Newsnight's latest #viewsnight
"29.03.2017 06:48:34" bbc.co.uk Gus O'Donnell: 'This affects all parts and all people' "We are in a plane being flown by members of the EU, we are about to jump out and we've got a parachute that was designed by the people flying the plane. They've designed it in a way to deter anyone from jumping out."
"29.03.2017 05:40:59" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The formal process of leaving the European Union begins today. The Prime Minister has signed a letter triggering Article 50 to be given to Donald Tusk at lunchtime.
- Why podcasts could be the 'new Netflix.'
- Could Tetris hold the
"28.03.2017 18:20:33" bbc.co.uk The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra takes on the Sex Pistols What happens when punk meets opera?
"28.03.2017 17:49:48" bbc.co.uk What do four male politicians make of their own legs? Legs more likely to cause a war?
"28.03.2017 17:21:29" Sarah Vine: People have had 'sense of humour failure' Daily Mail columnist Sarah Vine defends her "Legs-it" column.
"28.03.2017 16:55:45" bbc.co.uk 'More training needed to understand impact of domestic violence' Chair of Women and Equalities Select Committe calls for more training of judges who are sentencing domestic abusers.
"28.03.2017 16:01:41" bbc.co.uk How can we improve early diagnosis? "We have missed existing [cancer] targets for three years."
"28.03.2017 15:04:41" bbc.co.uk Could there be a European lorry jam in Dover? Negotiating the ports post Brexit.
"28.03.2017 12:44:01" bbc.co.uk A diplomat's memory of joining the EEC Une entrée très remarquée...
"28.03.2017 08:30:13" "There is no category that domestic violence does not touch." "There is no category that domestic violence does not touch. It does not follow class lines, it does not follow race lines, it does not follow age lines."
The MP for Birmingham Yardley, Jess Phillips, is calling for the attorney general to intervene in
"28.03.2017 07:52:17" bbc.co.uk 'One in six roads will need totally rebuilding' Our roads are going to pot...
"28.03.2017 07:15:46" bbc.co.uk Cancer: 'Looking for needle in a haystack' How do we close the cancer survival gap?
"28.03.2017 06:13:43" Timeline Photos Would this headline ever be written about men? We'll be discussing that on the programme later this morning...
"28.03.2017 05:50:09" Timeline Photos On today's programme:
- A new target hopes to raise cancer survival rates in the UK
- The Pentagon will start a thorough investigation of reports that air strikes by the US-led coalition have killed many civilians in Mosul.
- Will the new pound coin
"27.03.2017 18:20:32" bbc.co.uk Is wrestling family entertainment? "It's Shakespeare for the masses."
"27.03.2017 17:05:28" bbc.co.uk 'We are prepared to see a lot more conflict in Mosul' Daily life involves agonising choices and constant danger.
"27.03.2017 15:45:33" bbc.co.uk Are encrypted messages doing us more harm than good? The UK home secretary Amber Rudd has said social media apps such as WhatsApp, which encrypts users messages, should not be a hiding place for terrorists.
"27.03.2017 14:58:53" bbc.co.uk Will EU data protection safeguards be kept post Brexit? Personal information is currently safeguarded by EU data protection laws.
"27.03.2017 10:30:51" bbc.co.uk 'I wish I had been able to talk' Rio Ferdinand opens up about losing his wife to cancer.
"27.03.2017 09:05:52" Timeline Photos There are countless burning questions which will have to be answered as we leave the EU - and we'd like you to tell us what questions you have about Brexit and what happens next.
On Wednesday morning - the day the UK begins the formal process to leave
"27.03.2017 08:04:16" bbc.co.uk Messaging apps: 'There's a lot of politics at play' Should messaging apps be forced to hand over encrypted messages to the government?
"27.03.2017 05:46:01" bbc.co.uk Read today's running order On today's programme:
- Amber Rudd will be meeting technology firms after it is understood that Khalid Masood, the killer at Westminster, had connected his phone to messaging app WhatsApp two minutes before the attack.
- Ofcom has issued BT with a £42m
"26.03.2017 18:12:12" bbc.co.uk What its like to have dementia at 47 "I almost burned down the house." Dianne tells Eddie Mair about her experience with early-onset dementia. (Podcast)
"26.03.2017 16:24:09" bbc.co.uk 'We were told everything is going to be as it was before' Justin Webb talks about the future for Stoke-on-trent Life after EU: what's next for Stoke-on-Trent?
"26.03.2017 03:55:23" bbc.co.uk 'Donald Trump is better off from this failure' President Trump's healthcare proposals have been withdrawn President Trump's forced to withdraw healthcare proposals.
"25.03.2017 14:32:21" bbc.co.uk George Osborne: 'More costume changes than Mr Benn' ICYMI... If you were a child in the 70s or 80s you might enjoy this.
"25.03.2017 13:18:27" bbc.co.uk Bridget Kendall and the Russian Ambassador teach iPM How hard is it to learn Russian?
"25.03.2017 10:44:25" bbc.co.uk Crowdfunding campaign means no more getting stuck in a bog A stretch of Alfred Wainwright's famous Coast to Coast walking trail has a new path.
"25.03.2017 07:30:38" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day. In today's programme:
- President Trump has called the House of Representatives Speaker, Paul Ryan to ask him to withdraw the healthcare vote.
- Police appeal for information about Khalid Mahsood, the Westminster attacker.
- What will Brexit mean for
"24.03.2017 19:52:30" bbc.co.uk 'This is the kind of attack we've been expecting' The Westminster attack is a "microcosm" of the terrorist threat that the UK faces today, says counter-terrorism expert.
"24.03.2017 19:08:28" Trump's 100 days: Can he close the deal? So what's been happening in Donald Trump's White House this week?
"24.03.2017 18:35:36" bbc.co.uk Drive to make family courts more transparent sees limited success Why hasn't this initiative worked as planned?
"24.03.2017 16:20:15" bbc.co.uk Extremism 'can get whole generations' "We mustn't be naive about the power of extremist ideologies," says the head of Islamist studies at counter-extremism organisation Quilliam.
"24.03.2017 15:36:48" bbc.co.uk How many jobs can an MP have? So multitasking is possible...
"24.03.2017 14:17:40" bbc.co.uk Drive for family court transparency a 'limited success' Many judgements from courts in England and Wales are still not being made public despite changes that were supposed to address accusations of too much secrecy.
"24.03.2017 12:02:46" bbc.co.uk Former GCHQ chief says attacks are inevitable "It's not a question of whether attacks like this take place but when."
"24.03.2017 11:08:07" William Wordsworth's "Composed upon Westminster Bridge" In response to Wednesday's attack, the actor Tom Hollander reads Wordsworth's poem "Composed upon Westminster Bridge" - from our colleagues BBC Newsnight #Westminster
"24.03.2017 08:37:40" bbc.co.uk What's the secret to good behaviour? "Behaviour tsar" Tom Bennett might just have the answer...
"24.03.2017 07:44:11" bbc.co.uk Dominic Grieve: Arming police officers is not 'solution' Could the Westminster attack have been prevented?
"24.03.2017 06:35:24" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The number of victims of the Westminster attack has risen to four following the death of a 75-year-old man. Scotland Yard is expected to provide more details of its inquiry this morning at 0800.
- How has Birmingham reacted to
"23.03.2017 19:48:21" The Today Programme "Yesterday we saw the worst of human depravity – that empty, soulless vacuum from which joy has been sucked – but the Abbey was filled with conversation as we saw the best of human society and compassion."
"23.03.2017 14:14:14" bbc.co.uk There shouldn't be 'one magic age' for pensions Is the pension age about to go up?
"23.03.2017 13:15:56" bbc.co.uk Thought for the Day with Rt Rev Nick Baines "Yesterday we saw the worst of human depravity – that empty, soulless vacuum from which joy has been sucked – but the Abbey was filled with conversation as we saw the best of human society and compassion."
"23.03.2017 12:03:21" Brendan Cox on the Westminster attack "The person who did this is no more representative of British Muslims than the person that killed Jo is representative of people that are from Yorkshire."
Strong words from husband of murdered MP, Brendan Cox.
"23.03.2017 10:27:59" BBC News Watch the Commons statement on the London terror attack.
"23.03.2017 09:27:34" bbc.co.uk 'We won't let terrorism win' Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says Islamist inspired terrorism was motive for attack.
"23.03.2017 07:55:18" bbc.co.uk Brendan Cox: What helped me was public support "We need to remember this is a story about people who didn't come home."
"23.03.2017 06:50:07" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live This morning's programme will be dominated by what happened in Westminster yesterday afternoon. We speak to the Defence Secretary Michael Fallon at 0810.
"22.03.2017 20:20:09" bbc.co.uk 'Our debt to Brian Epstein is huge' "Without [Brian Epstein] there wouldn't have been The Beatles as we know them."
Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller looks at The Beatles manager's involvement.
"22.03.2017 17:51:21" Nasa error: Schoolboy finds data flaw "We emailed Nasa and said we found these [errors]".
Schoolboy corrects NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration over radiation data records.
"22.03.2017 17:36:55" "As I came out, I heard three shots" "As I came out, I heard three shots"
Evan Davis describes what he saw and heard at the Westminster attack.
"22.03.2017 15:49:45" 'They are suffering psychological trauma' The regional director in the Middle East for the AMAR International Charitable Foundation says the situation in camps for internally displaced people is currently a disaster.
"22.03.2017 13:51:11" bbc.co.uk 'We have to reassure Iraq that we will stick around' What comes next in the fight against so-called Islamic State?
"22.03.2017 12:56:47" bbc.co.uk UK tech salaries 44% higher than other industries Is the UK the best place in Europe to work in tech?
"22.03.2017 09:49:48" bbc.co.uk 'He dressed very scruffily, like a schoolteacher' Lewis actor Laurence Fox says Colin Dexter was a magnetic, mischievous man.
"22.03.2017 08:31:38" bbc.co.uk 'We have seen viable printer bombs in the hold' Why the electronic device ban in the cabin of some planes could be a good idea.
"22.03.2017 07:12:02" Linton Kwesi Johnson's tribute to Derek Wallcott Love After Love... Here's Linton Kwesi Johnson with a powerful tribute to poet and playwright Derek Wallcott who died on Friday
"22.03.2017 06:53:57" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- World leaders meet in Washington to hold talks on the fight against so called Islamic State.
- The UK bans laptops on flights from the Middle East.
- Two Van Gogh paintings stolen by the mafia are back on display to the public.
"21.03.2017 20:11:11" bbc.co.uk Could Brexit mean a referendum in Northern Ireland? How the UK's withdrawal from the EU is already raising big questions in Northern Ireland.
"21.03.2017 19:08:44" bbc.co.uk John Major: Despite violence 'I didn't feel deceived' by McGuinness "You can't make peace if you don't talk to the people who are causing the violence."
"21.03.2017 18:12:07" bbc.co.uk France election: North-east voters are in cynical mood We are taking the route of the Tour de France testing the mood across the country ahead of France's presidential election.
"21.03.2017 17:41:32" bbc.co.uk Why I wouldn't shake the hand of Martin McGuinness Tony Blair's former chief of staff, Jonathan Powell, had very personal reasons.
"21.03.2017 16:51:51" Mark Eakin's eight-year-old sister was killed in the 1972 Claudy bombings in County Londonderry. He explains why he changed his mind about Martin McGuinness.
"21.03.2017 16:02:40" Will robots take over? Should we welcome our new robot overlords? Listen to this programme and make up your own mind http://bbc.in/2mPU3pv
"21.03.2017 14:02:01" bbc.co.uk 'It has become a race to face Marine le Pen' Who came out top in France's first presidential debate?
"21.03.2017 13:23:16" Tony Blair remembers Martin McGuinness "In a way you only make peace with your enemies."
Tony Blair remembers Martin McGuinness.
"21.03.2017 12:56:30" bbc.co.uk 'This is what I've been wanting to do since I was 12' Soul singer Laura Mvula tries something new...
"21.03.2017 10:19:26" bbc.co.uk Livingstone: Labour like 'dictatorship not democracy' Ken Livingstone says Labour needs to get back to being a party that's democratic.
"21.03.2017 09:33:59" bbc.co.uk McGuinness 'formidable foe but also formidable peacemaker' Tony Blair on Martin McGuinness.
"21.03.2017 08:44:43" bbc.co.uk McConville: 'I think he tried his best, he went from one extreme to the other' The son of murdered Jean McConville says Martin McGuinness did do a lot for the Troubles.
"21.03.2017 07:16:48" bbc.co.uk Martin McGuinness, from paramilitary to politician Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness, Northern Ireland's former deputy first minister, has died aged 66.
"21.03.2017 06:55:18" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day. In today's programme:
- Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness, Northern Ireland's former deputy first minister, has died aged 66.
- Jeremy Corbyn has released a video calling for unity in the Labour party allegations of a left-wing takeover plot from the Momentum
"20.03.2017 19:53:16" bbc.co.uk What does DOE, COO and EA mean in job adverts? Business jargon in job adverts are putting off some young applicants.
"20.03.2017 18:47:50" bbc.co.uk Dame Vera Lynn describes her 'impromptu concerts' in Burma To celebrate Dame Vera Lynn turning 100, PM has delved into the BBC archive to hear from the lady herself in 1942.
"20.03.2017 18:26:10" bbc.co.uk Famous Gainsborough painting left with "two scratches" This painting is now being repaired after an attack at the National Gallery
"20.03.2017 15:20:05" bbc.co.uk 'Great concern' over Google ad placement Advertising boss Sir Martin Sorrell says Google must "place ads in the right way".
"20.03.2017 14:50:45" bbc.co.uk Gail Cartmail calls on Tom Watson to stop interfering in 'democracy of Unite' 'No plans' for Unite union to affiliate with Momentum according to their acting general secretary.
"20.03.2017 14:02:24" bbc.co.uk The British DJ who could become a Prince Hear Ye, Hear Ye...
"20.03.2017 13:05:43" bbc.co.uk George Osborne: 'More costume changes than Mr Benn' From MP to Chancellor, fund manager and newspaper hack...
"20.03.2017 12:29:34" bbc.co.uk What's it like to discover 'a colossus'? An archaeological expedition in Egypt has uncovered a statue that's as large as 2 double-decker buses.
"20.03.2017 11:47:25" Noma Dumezweni reads Wordsworth's Daffodils A treat for the spring equinox - listen to Noma Dumezweni's beautiful reading of Wordsworth's I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud.
"20.03.2017 09:41:22" bbc.co.uk This is an attempt to 'interfere' in Unite elections Momentum says there is no secret The Labour Party takeover plan.
"20.03.2017 08:34:44" bbc.co.uk Tom Watson: This is a 'battle for future of Labour party' Labour's deputy leader says left-wing supporters of Jeremy Corbyn are involved in a plot which could destroy the party as an electoral force.
"20.03.2017 07:14:05" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- A hearing will be held on alleged Russian interference in the US election campaign and President Trump's claim that his 'wires were tapped' by the Obama administration.
- Labour's deputy leader Tom Watson has said a secret plan by
"19.03.2017 17:21:20" bbc.co.uk Is big-budget television threatening cinema? The producer behind Love Actually, Bridget Jones and Frost/Nixon says films are being 'squeezed' by the likes of Netflix's The Crown.
"19.03.2017 10:19:03" bbc.co.uk Is big-budget television threatening cinema? The producer behind Love Actually, Bridget Jones and Frost/Nixon says films are being 'squeezed' by the likes of Netflix's The Crown.
"18.03.2017 16:00:35" bbc.co.uk Podcast: The new London Evening Standard Editor The former Chancellor George Osborne will become the new editor for the London Evening Standard while continuing to act as an MP and an advisor in the city.
"18.03.2017 15:00:19" bbc.co.uk Podcast: Relationship between the US and China The strategic rivalry between the US and China prevents the two countries from "uniting against a common threat".
"18.03.2017 13:24:04" bbc.co.uk Podcast: How Trump became President The people's eagerness to shake up the system caused Donald Trump to become President says PJ O'Rourke.
"18.03.2017 08:06:00" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown campaigns for a "third option" for Scotland
- New national funding formula for English schools are in doubt
- England could beat the All Blacks' record if they beat Ireland today in Rugby
"17.03.2017 20:07:54" Donald Trump's week: The budget Donald Trump's week: The budget, the ban and that wire-tapping claim
"17.03.2017 18:21:39" bbc.co.uk Politics and the America Dream The American Dream is an idea that artists have portrayed and parodied over the decades.
"17.03.2017 18:01:36" Trump's 100 days: The budget Donald Trump's week: The budget, the ban and that wire-tapping claim
"17.03.2017 17:37:05" bbc.co.uk Osborne will be 'sensible' newspaper editor "George is a very bright, articulate person with broad interests", says former Sunday Telegraph editor Lady Wheatcroft.
"17.03.2017 17:13:53" bbc.co.uk Sir Malcolm Rifkind on US statement on GCHQ wire tap claim The apology does not admit the claim was "rubbish in the first place".
"17.03.2017 14:04:57" bbc.co.uk Former director GCHQ: Trump's claim 'outlandish' The reported wiretapping "does not fall anywhere close" to the remit of GCHQ says former deputy director for Intelligence and Cyber Operations Brian Lord.
"17.03.2017 12:48:59" MP Dawn Butler used sign language in the Commons this week. Should more MPs use sign language in Parliament?
"17.03.2017 12:42:36" Dawn Butler signed a question in the Commons this week. Should more MPs use sign language in Parliament?
"17.03.2017 12:21:32" bbc.co.uk Can adults be 'girls' and 'boys'? A Tory MP recently offended some people when describing the women in his office as 'girls'.
"17.03.2017 10:53:23" bbc.co.uk Scotland: PM has 'capacity to change her mind' The Deputy First Minister of Scotland says Theresa May would be "ill-advised" to block a second independence referendum.
"17.03.2017 10:42:13" BBC Radio 4 Val McDermid talks to fellow author Abir Mukherjee about her new Radio 4 drama Resistance, life as a best-selling crime writer and whatever you want to ask
Send Val and Abir your questions and comments, we read them all and would love to know where
"17.03.2017 09:48:58" bbc.co.uk School funding: 'U-turn or you'll lose' The government could be facing a backbench revolt over its proposals to change school funding in England, says Cotswold MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown.
"17.03.2017 07:27:17" Two of the favourites for the Cheltenham Gold Cup Have you placed your bets?
"17.03.2017 06:00:12" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Every school in England will see budget cuts before 2020, even after new funding plans are put into place, research suggests.
-The UK government is to reject calls for a Scottish independence referendum before Brexit after Theresa
"16.03.2017 19:10:48" bbc.co.uk Who owns a hoard of coins found in a piano in Shropshire? There's gold in that thar piano...
"16.03.2017 19:04:05" bbc.co.uk What would films be like without their gay scenes? What about that poem scene in Four Weddings and a Funeral?
"16.03.2017 18:12:00" The refugee hero As part of #BBCSchoolReport, BBC World Service asked a class of Swedish children and their guests from a nearby refugee camp what they thought of a new book about a young refugee hero.
"16.03.2017 16:53:12" bbc.co.uk No EU trade deal 'not the best way' A former World Trade Organization director warns against the UK leaving the EU with no deal.
"16.03.2017 15:54:03" bbc.co.uk Eyewitness: I heard six shots An eyewitness account of the school shooting in southern France.
"16.03.2017 13:50:35" bbc.co.uk Take a listen for yourself and see what you think... The Conservative MP Sir Roger Gale came on the programme to discuss moves to prevent newly elected MPs from employing spouses and other relatives using taxpayers' money.
Some people didn't like his use of the word girls to describe his female staff...
"16.03.2017 12:32:19" bbc.co.uk Scottish independence: how should I vote this time? Can pro-independence campaigner Ian persuade Megan to vote yes?
"16.03.2017 11:18:00" bbc.co.uk Should philosophy be taught in schools? "I think therefore I am."
"16.03.2017 10:26:37" bbc.co.uk We don't know 'intention' of expenses misreporting Electoral Commission says they don't know if Tory expenses misreporting was deliberate.
"16.03.2017 08:04:43" bbc.co.uk Conservative Party fined £70,000 over election expenses Conservatives face a record fine for breach of election expenses rules, the Electoral Commission says.
"16.03.2017 06:45:53" Viewsnight: Anywheres vs Somewheres The UK is divided into two rival groups - the "Anywheres" and the "Somewheres", argues David Goodhart, author of The Road to Somewhere.
Which one are you? It's BBC Newsnight's #Viewsnight
"16.03.2017 06:43:22" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Chancellor Philip Hammond has defended making a U-turn on increasing National Insurance contributions for some self-employed workers.
- A Royal Marine jailed for shooting an injured Taliban fighter in Afghanistan has had his
"15.03.2017 20:12:40" bbc.co.uk Royal Marine has had his murder conviction reduced to manslaughter Major General says Marine A "didn't set out to kill... he just lost it".
"15.03.2017 18:45:39" bbc.co.uk What is behind the media's criticism of Prince William? Is Prince William really work-shy?
"15.03.2017 18:24:41" bbc.co.uk Body on the Moor Episode 7: Solved If you have been following the mystery of the man whose body was found on Saddleworth Moor - we have an update to our podcast series. The investigation receives some good news but it raises more questions...
"15.03.2017 17:59:02" bbc.co.uk Former DFID secretary says UK is 'complicit' in starvation of children in Yemen Conservative MP says the UK is "part of the problem" in the Yemen crisis.
"15.03.2017 17:19:54" bbc.co.uk Baroness Brady "First Lady of Football" talks politics, romance and The Apprentice And who knew she wrote a romantic novel?
"15.03.2017 16:55:56" bbc.co.uk Scotland 'will not be fast-tracked' back into EU Spanish MEP Antonio López-Istúriz White says "everybody has to go through the same process" for membership.
"15.03.2017 16:10:07" bbc.co.uk A lawyer and charity representative discuss the repercussions for relatives and charities Is it fair for a court to overrule donations to charities in wills?
"15.03.2017 15:41:21" Is your smartphone watching you? Your phone, your freezer, any smart device could have been hacked...without you even noticing.
"15.03.2017 15:11:19" bbc.co.uk U-turn over NI increase 'right thing to do' Minister says we should "give some credit" to the Chancellor for trying to make NI tax fairer.
"15.03.2017 10:09:47" bbc.co.uk Why is it so hard to regulate hate online? It's incredibly hard to detect "when an argument crosses the line".
"15.03.2017 08:45:13" DEC appeals for funding to prevent famine in East Africa A simple appeal from Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) to prevent people in East Africa from dying of starvation.
"15.03.2017 08:08:52" bbc.co.uk I urge him to 'never release his tax returns' Former economic adviser to Donald J. Trump says focus on tax returns is a distraction from his essential mission.
"15.03.2017 07:00:13" bbc.co.uk Ikea drivers living in trucks for months Some drivers say their wage is less than three pounds an hour.
"15.03.2017 06:34:33" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- An investigation for this programme has found drivers, transporting goods for companies like Ikea are living in conditions a judge has described as 'inhumane'.
- Donald Trump earned more than $150 million in the year 2005 but
"14.03.2017 21:10:31" Cyber security boss advises how to keep your data safe How can you avoid your phone being hacked and held ransom?
"14.03.2017 19:13:39" bbc.co.uk Known as the First Lady of Football, Baroness Brady, talks politics, sackings and romance Becky Milligan's series of At Lunch With.... politicians on the record.
"14.03.2017 19:00:05" bbc.co.uk Hogg resignation: 'A regrettable business' The chair of the Treasury Committee on the resignation of the Bank of England's deputy governor.
"14.03.2017 18:28:36" bbc.co.uk Lessons from indyref for indyref2 Two campaigners from Better Together and Yes Scotland discuss how they would do things differently.
"14.03.2017 15:22:25" bbc.co.uk Cyber security boss advises people to back up data and update software to avoid 'ransomware' How can you avoid your phones being hacked and held ransom?
"14.03.2017 14:58:50" bbc.co.uk Why scientists are still hopeful for a dementia breakthrough Can a treatment for dementia be found?
"14.03.2017 14:50:44" bbc.co.uk Headscarf ban: 'What a woman wears is her choice' The chair of the Women and Equalities Select Committee has called for "clarity" from the UK government over the ruling from the European Court of Justice.
"14.03.2017 13:32:37" bbc.co.uk Do you fancy a bit of nettle bubble and squeak? Might take the sting out of it...
"14.03.2017 12:10:40" bbc.co.uk Meet the Author: Lionel Shriver Writer Lionel Shriver talks to Rebecca Jones about her latest book "The Mandibles".
"14.03.2017 11:45:07" bbc.co.uk Jim Naughtie reports on Nicola Sturgeon's high risk referendum strategy Can the SNP win a second independence referendum?
"14.03.2017 09:03:52" bbc.co.uk Brexit doesn't feel like 'partnership of equals' The SNP says they are pursuing the best interests of the Scottish people.
"14.03.2017 08:01:13" bbc.co.uk Your gadgets could help 'launch a cyber attack' *Checks smartphone, tablet, fitness tracker, tv, freezer, oven...
"14.03.2017 06:35:08" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Will Theresa May reject Nicola Sturgeon's demands for a second independence referendum within the next two years?
- Serious concerns have been raised over the use of public money by one of David Cameron's flagship projects, the
"13.03.2017 20:45:34" bbc.co.uk 'Within six hours my body organs just shut down' How does it feel to be poisoned - twice?
"13.03.2017 20:11:56" bbc.co.uk A study on dementia finds old TV programmes prompt people's memories Can BBC archive help people with dementia?
"13.03.2017 19:45:14" bbc.co.uk Gina Miller says 'bullying' in Parliament meant MPs couldn't vote with their consciences What does the woman who fought for MPs to get a vote on Brexit, make of how they acted over the Brexit bill?
"13.03.2017 18:44:05" bbc.co.uk SNP's Stephen Gethins: It's the UK government that has been 'divisive' SNP hits back over claims a second referendum would be divisive.
"13.03.2017 17:44:41" bbc.co.uk Author Patrick Ness says writing for children should 'not be an act of vanity' Should politicians write children's books?
"13.03.2017 15:59:59" bbc.co.uk Marie Curie study says poor communication causes distress to patients and costs NHS money Are NHS doctors poor communicators?
"13.03.2017 15:32:10" bbc.co.uk Ruth Davidson: 'No clear mandate for this' Scottish Conservative Leader calls referendum suggestion 'deeply irresponsible'.
"13.03.2017 15:03:29" bbc.co.uk Podcast: Jeremy Corbyn "The issue of the rights of EU nationals to remain here is a decent human one and part of our economic success or not."
"13.03.2017 14:41:41" bbc.co.uk Air pollution having 'devastating impact' on wildlife Conservation charity Plantlife says nitrogen is a more immediate threat to the countryside than climate change.
"13.03.2017 14:20:22" bbc.co.uk Brexit and the pharmaceutical industry Matthew Price looks at the sort of deal the UK will need with the EU
"13.03.2017 12:09:00" bbc.co.uk Are you a flibbertigibbet? The meaning of the word has changed over the centuries, but it popped up in BBC The Archers over the weekend.
"13.03.2017 11:44:07" bbc.co.uk RDG exec: Rail strike is 'completely unnecessary' The Rail Delivery Group chief executive says there is "no suggestion" of taking away the second person on train services.
"13.03.2017 11:21:33" bbc.co.uk Corbyn: Our spending plans are 'not complete' The Labour leader is challenged over suggestions that he would spend £60bn more than the Conservatives by 2020.
"13.03.2017 07:16:39" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The Brexit debate returns to both Houses of Parliament today as Theresa May seeks the authority to trigger Article 50
- Rail workers from three firms across England have started 24-hour strikes in a dispute over the role of
"11.03.2017 18:25:59" bbc.co.uk Lord Baker reminisces about the year that Britain joined the EEC Lord Baker talks to John Humphrys about joining the EEC. 'It was the beginning of globalisation, the word hadn't been invented at that time'
"11.03.2017 07:01:11" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live. Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day. In today's programme;
- Climate experts criticise Donald Trump's new chief of the EPA.
- A judge warns women who get drunk are in danger of being targeted by rapists.
- And is the House of Commons the new comedy club?
"10.03.2017 18:40:55" bbc.co.uk Katie Hopkins has to pay £24,000 after libellous tweets Is Twitter the new battleground for libel law?
"10.03.2017 18:13:42" bbc.co.uk Cooking against cancer One man's mission to put taste back into food for cancer sufferers.
"10.03.2017 16:51:40" bbc.co.uk Children should be taught "knowledge they need for life" Ofsted's chief is keen for schools to offer a broad curriculum.
"10.03.2017 16:47:52" bbc.co.uk Why I bought my daughter heroin What would you do if your child was a heroin addict suffering from acute withdrawal symptoms?
"10.03.2017 16:04:29" Donald Trump's first 100 days This week in Donald J. Trump's first 100 days - a reinstated travel ban.
Jonny Dymond explains...
"10.03.2017 14:37:32" bbc.co.uk The future for Canada and UK trade deals An added sweetener?
"10.03.2017 13:52:26" bbc.co.uk BT: Openreach deal better for 'long-term certainty' Reform will be 'better for everyone' not just BT says Gavin Patterson CEO of BT
"10.03.2017 12:38:31" bbc.co.uk Kasper Holten on Opera and saying a long goodbye to the Royal Opera house Jim Naughtie looks into the difficulty of staging one of the longest Operas ever written "How do you explain to someone what love feels like? What depression is? What it's like to get old when you've never tried it?"
"10.03.2017 11:52:23" bbc.co.uk Lord Rose: Costs will be passed on to consumers UK retailers are being warned of tough times ahead.
"10.03.2017 09:42:44" bbc.co.uk How class A drugs took over a young woman's life Hear the powerful story of a young woman with a heroin addiction.
"10.03.2017 08:56:15" bbc.co.uk Do Not Resuscitate forms are changing "Make me comfortable but don't resuscitate me."
Hear this moving interview from one woman who has decided to sign a DNR.
"10.03.2017 07:23:39" bbc.co.uk Guy Verhofstadt: Need to examine 'special arrangement' Will we be seeing dual UK/EU citizenship post Brexit?
"10.03.2017 06:39:10" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day. In today's programme:
- The lead Brexit negotiator for the European Parliament, Guy Verhofstadt, has said he wants to ensure that British people can retain some benefits of EU citizenship after the UK leaves the union.
- A new project hopes to help cancer
"09.03.2017 18:33:18" Richard Dawkins on Brexit “We are monotonously told: 'The British people have spoken.'
"No they haven't!” – Richard Dawkins with the latest #Viewsnight from BBC Newsnight
(** Watch this space for more views on #Brexit in the coming months **)
"09.03.2017 16:55:58" Life at the US-Mexico border What is life like on the US-Mexico border? Our friends at BBC World Service went to the city of Tijuana to listen to everyday people's stories.
"09.03.2017 15:56:30" bbc.co.uk Matthew Taylor says the tax rise for self-employed is 'progressive' More reaction to the Chancellor's decision to raise taxes for the self-employed...
"09.03.2017 15:35:32" A child's eye view of pollution The scheme helping parents to track pollution...using their buggies. #SoICanBreathe
"09.03.2017 14:34:57" bbc.co.uk No growth in earnings is 'historically unprecedented' The Institute for Fiscal Studies gives their verdict on the Spring Budget...
"09.03.2017 14:32:30" bbc.co.uk Why I am no longer a white supremacist "We need to challenge the fear and ignorance of the far-right narrative."
"09.03.2017 13:55:13" bbc.co.uk NHS trusts record 15,000 excess deaths "Significantly high" death rates have been recorded at 19 NHS trusts.
"09.03.2017 13:06:32" bbc.co.uk John McDonnell: Say to Chancellor 'think again' Shadow Chancellor says National Insurance rise for self-employed is wrong.
"09.03.2017 10:27:43" The Budget musical. In need of a musical interlude?
"09.03.2017 09:48:07" bbc.co.uk The Budget: benefits for the self-employed? "It's offensive because we don't get the same benefits."
"09.03.2017 09:10:02" bbc.co.uk Philip Hammond: We are facing new challenges Will you be affected by the changes to National Insurance contributions for the self-employed?
"09.03.2017 07:26:03" Budget 2017: National Insurance Have the Conservatives broken a manifesto promise in #Budget2017? We'll be speaking to the Chancellor Philip Hammond at 0810.
"09.03.2017 06:45:12" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The new budget: Have the Conservatives broken their manifesto pledge?
- Nicola Sturgeon suggests Scots might change their mind on independence.
- A former white supremacist talks about turning his life around.
"08.03.2017 18:50:27" bbc.co.uk Rees-Mogg: 'hard to see' how tax rise fits with manifesto Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg on self-employment tax rise: "I wouldn't have done it".
"08.03.2017 18:11:59" bbc.co.uk "Every day I wonder what could have been" Eddie Mair interviews a mother who buys heroin for her daughter - part 3.
"08.03.2017 16:03:58" bbc.co.uk Tax rise is a 'kick in the teeth' for self employed people The government has their priorities "absolutely wrong".
"08.03.2017 15:42:24" bbc.co.uk Government has 'modernised' taxing of self-employed The government defends 2% tax rise for the self-employed.
"08.03.2017 14:45:22" bbc.co.uk We discuss when is the best time to go Is it actually possible to quit whilst you're ahead?
"08.03.2017 14:03:16" bbc.co.uk 'Don't be moaners and groaners...be doers' The boss of Legal & General says businesses need to stimulate economic activity across UK.
"08.03.2017 12:29:39" BBC News We're live with the Spring Budget statement which will be announced by Chancellor Phillip Hammond. #Budget2017
BBC's Business correspondent Jonty Bloom is providing analysis in the comments section.
"08.03.2017 12:27:49" Syrian refugee Muzoon Almellehan says education is the most im... "I told him even if I will not find education in the camps or if I can't go back to Syria I will study with these books."
Refugee Muzoon campaigns with the Malala Fund for girls' access to education around the world.
"08.03.2017 11:49:38" bbc.co.uk Anti-doping needs 'different level of governance' The former director of ethics and anti-doping at UK Sport calls for "more accountability".
"08.03.2017 08:40:28" bbc.co.uk Lord Heseltine is sacked as government adviser "I have never met Theresa May."
"08.03.2017 08:15:40" bbc.co.uk Katrien Meire responds to proposed FA reforms "It would be very naive of the government to think that if you have three women at the top of English football that will change things."
"08.03.2017 06:39:31" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- How will today's Budget prepare Britain for a "new chapter" in its history following the Brexit vote? We're live from Crewe.
- Wikileaks has published details of what it says are wide-ranging hacking tools used by the CIA
"07.03.2017 20:25:16" bbc.co.uk A mother explains why she bought her daughter drugs The intriguing story of the mother who bought heroin for her daughter.
"07.03.2017 18:53:28" bbc.co.uk What did Latin actually sound like? "Amo, amas, amat..."
"07.03.2017 18:27:59" bbc.co.uk Retired weatherman Bill Giles says forecasts are becoming more like 'an advisory service' Does the BBC over-dramatise the weather?
"07.03.2017 17:38:08" bbc.co.uk How a UK backpacker held captive for two months driving through Australian outback was discovered "She had black eyes and marks around her neck."
"07.03.2017 16:24:53" bbc.co.uk The boy's solicitor describes the practice as 'inhumane and degrading' A teenager has been kept in a UK prison cell for over 23 hours each day.
"07.03.2017 15:50:02" bbc.co.uk New schools may be '21st century model grammars' Conservative MP Suella Fernandes welcomes option of more grammar schools.
"07.03.2017 15:15:31" bbc.co.uk How Fanny Mendelssohn fought sexism with music "When she was 14 she learnt all of Bach's 48 preludes and fugues... Her father's response was 'you're a girl so you can't be a composer'."
"07.03.2017 14:54:48" bbc.co.uk Lord Lansley: PM should hold early election The former Conservative health secretary says a snap general election would enable the prime minister to "strengthen her personal mandate".
"07.03.2017 14:28:42" BBC World Service Take our interactive quiz on Facebook Messenger on how to improve the air we breathe: http://bbc.in/2mOiGDx.
Part of a week-long season on the BBC looking at ways to improve air quality: http://bbc.in/2mrTs03 to find out more. #soicanbreathe How can you help tackle air pollution?
"07.03.2017 13:51:33" Mars animation by Aardman Animation Beam me up Scotty...
William Shatner (yes, William Shatner) narrates this terrific BBC Radio 4 Mars animation, so you'll want to unmute this one.
"07.03.2017 12:26:44" bbc.co.uk What can we learn from air pollution in Los Angeles? City of cars...
"07.03.2017 11:01:33" bbc.co.uk How Fanny Mendelssohn fought sexism with music The major piano work Easter Sonata was attributed to Felix Mendelssohn - it's now proven to be the work of his sister Fanny.
"07.03.2017 08:59:19" bbc.co.uk Angela Rayner: Grammar schools are 'vanity project' Extra money for new schools in England, including free and grammar schools, will be announced by the chancellor in his Budget on Wednesday.
"07.03.2017 08:43:56" bbc.co.uk Should Facebook do more to police its site? Facebook has been criticised for its handling of reports about sexualised images of children on its platform.
"07.03.2017 06:46:05" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The chancellor has pledged half a billion pounds to build new schools and revamp others, while heads in England grapple with a daily funding crisis.
- A BBC investigation has found that Facebook's content moderation system is
"06.03.2017 19:51:07" bbc.co.uk Zoos encouraged me to work with lions Wildlife filmmaker Simon King makes the case for zoos.
"06.03.2017 19:31:11" Ant Middleton is a former special forces soldier who led the recreation of Captain William Bligh's historic 4,000-mile voyage in a small wooden boat.
Needless to say, the man knows one or two things about survival. We asked Ant to share his wisdom...
"06.03.2017 18:51:07" bbc.co.uk Meet the Author: Howard Jacobson Howard Jacobson tells James Naughtie about the inspiration for the title of his book "The Dog's Last Walk".
"06.03.2017 18:29:29" bbc.co.uk British Airways announce cuts to legroom on short haul flights "Don't blame British Airways - it's me and you demanding ever cheaper flights".
"06.03.2017 16:45:06" bbc.co.uk Cigarette packets and their designs through the ages Could plain packaging mean people start using cigarette cases again?
"06.03.2017 15:52:20" bbc.co.uk Bob Marley musical to hit the stage "One love, one heart..."
"06.03.2017 14:12:48" bbc.co.uk Recreating the epic voyage of Captain William Bligh In 1789 the crew of HMS Bounty took control of the ship and set their captain and those loyal to him adrift in the Pacific.
"06.03.2017 12:59:51" WHO chief: Air pollution link to 600,000 deaths in children The World Health Organization says air pollution is "one of the most pernicious threats" today - bigger than HIV or Ebola.
"06.03.2017 12:08:43" bbc.co.uk South Lakes Safari Zoo: 'Animals have suffered' Almost 500 animals have died in four years at South Lakes Safari Zoo in Cumbria.
"06.03.2017 11:46:28" bbc.co.uk Ex-CIA analyst: Trump-Russia links 'could bring down a president' Congress and the FBI are currently investigating contacts between the Trump election campaign and Russian officials.
"06.03.2017 09:21:47" BBC News We were live with #1 New York Times bestselling crime novelist Patricia Cornwell.
"06.03.2017 08:13:52" Timeline Photos After the programme at 09:05 GMT author Patricia Cornwell will be joining BBC News for a FB Live. Post your questions below.
"06.03.2017 06:39:59" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- General Motors is set to announce a deal today to sell its Vauxhall and Opel operations to the French company that owns Peugeot and Citroen
- The director general of the World Health Organization has described air pollution as "one
"05.03.2017 13:11:32" bbc.co.uk Claudia Hammond explains just what it takes to shoot off to the red planet What does it take to go on a one-way trip to Mars?
"05.03.2017 04:09:43" bbc.co.uk Technology using an earpiece to instantly translate speech has been unveiled Is the 'babel fish' now a reality?
"04.03.2017 13:43:33" bbc.co.uk Human remains discovered at the site of a former mother and baby home "She kept the secret for 70 years."
"04.03.2017 07:39:36" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- What does Sinn Fein's best ever election result mean for Northern Ireland?
- Human remains have been discovered in underground chambers at the site of the former mother-and-baby home in Tuam, Co Galway.
- Would you volunteer for
"03.03.2017 21:13:49" bbc.co.uk Lord Falconer discusses Labour losses and losing weight Becky Milligan's series of At Lunch With.... politicians on the record.
"03.03.2017 19:07:26" Trump's 100 days: Getting more presidential? Donald Trump continues his first 100 days. Here's what he's been up to this week.
"03.03.2017 18:57:14" bbc.co.uk Lord Falconer on Labour losses and losing weight Former cabinet minister Lord Falconer talks Labour's future and his "obsessive" diet with the BBC's Becky Milligan.
"03.03.2017 18:16:06" bbc.co.uk Should Ukraine be worried? The former prime minister of Ukraine discusses the relationship between the US and Russia.
"03.03.2017 14:36:07" Sergei Polunin on life after the Royal Ballet "I was scared to go to Russia."
The 'bad boy of ballet' Sergei Polunin opens up about his life in a new documentary - Dancer - which opens on March 10th.
"03.03.2017 13:00:04" bbc.co.uk Why did woolly mammoths die out? Researchers believe woolly mammoths experienced a "mutational meltdown".
"03.03.2017 11:57:04" bbc.co.uk Cumbria Police: Poppi Worthington case 'shouldn't happen again' The IPCC has laid bare a catalogue of police failures over the death of 13-month-old girl.
"03.03.2017 10:23:17" bbc.co.uk A second Scottish independence referendum? The SNP's Brexit spokesperson, Stephen Gethins, says if the government can't meet Scotland's compromises then they will have to "consider their options".
"03.03.2017 08:23:43" Timeline Photos This is what the script for a Today programme weather report looks like. Can you figure it out? Post your interpretation below...
"03.03.2017 07:58:58" Viewsnight: 'Stop the hysteria around Trump' It's time to “stop the hysteria” and “childish name-calling” on Donald Trump and get some perspective - writer Tiffany Jenkins on BBC Newsnight #viewsnight
"03.03.2017 07:55:06" bbc.co.uk Scientists create 'artificial embryos' It could shed light on why so many pregnancies fail in the first few months.
"03.03.2017 06:44:42" bbc.co.uk Listen to the programme live On today's programme:
- Theresa May has accused the SNP of having "tunnel vision" over independence as she insisted that "politics is not a game".
- The Care Quality Commission has warned people to be careful when considering buying medications on the
"02.03.2017 19:54:52" bbc.co.uk Podcast: Joe Orton Joe Orton's play What the Butler Saw "was ahead of it's time".
"02.03.2017 19:33:27" bbc.co.uk Podcast: Should EU nationals rights be secured before Brexit? Not guaranteeing EU nationals residency in the UK "is so profoundly wrong" says Baroness Meacher.
"02.03.2017 18:51:56" bbc.co.uk Podcast: Is the police service being rationed? 'Police services are being suppressed' says Her Majesty's Inspector of Constabulary
"02.03.2017 16:54:18" bbc.co.uk Steve Hewlett has been given a top award Steve said before he died that he was "touched" by the Royal Television Society award.
"02.03.2017 13:27:27" The Today programme comic book makeover Which would you prefer to see your kids reading... school text books or comics? According to researchers comics are a better educational resource than traditional textbooks.
"02.03.2017 09:17:01" bbc.co.uk Baroness Meacher: Government is 'profoundly wrong' Government ministers will seek to overturn the defeat on its Brexit bill.
"02.03.2017 08:43:11" bbc.co.uk Could GPs and hospitals merge? The chief inspector of hospitals has said the NHS stands on a "burning platform".
"02.03.2017 07:57:01" bbc.co.uk President Putin has said Russia will establish a new anti-doping system Lord Coe: Russia could be competing 'by the end of the year'
"02.03.2017 06:39:47" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Policing in England and Wales is in a “potentially perilous state” according to the police standards watchdog.
- Government sources say ministers will seek to overturn the defeat on its Brexit bill by the House of Lords.
"01.03.2017 20:23:26" bbc.co.uk Is it acceptable to eat in the theatre? A theatre in London has asked audiences not to eat during performances.
"01.03.2017 18:51:41" Is drag becoming more mainstream?
"01.03.2017 16:17:22" bbc.co.uk Entrepreneur offers advice to boss of Uber Despite the "cool technology out there, companies are made up of human beings".
"01.03.2017 14:53:48" A week in the war between Trump and the media A week in the war between Trump and the media... An extraordinary look from BBC Newsnight inside the White House briefing room
"01.03.2017 13:54:00" bbc.co.uk The post-Brexit digital strategy Can the UK be the place where the "brightest and best" people in the digital world come to work?
"01.03.2017 12:34:53" bbc.co.uk Frank Field: tactics for dealing with Philip Green The chairman of the Work and Pensions Committee explains how he tried to push the BHS pension settlement higher.
"01.03.2017 11:54:37" bbc.co.uk Backstage at the Oscars - an inside account Stage manager reveals what really happened with the mix-up of envelopes at the Oscars.
"01.03.2017 11:33:10" bbc.co.uk Bookseller rejects novelist's anti-Trump bias claim Susan Hill cancelled her appearance at the Book Hive and then claimed in an article that the shop is refusing to stock pro-Trump titles.
"01.03.2017 11:09:42" bbc.co.uk UN aid chief 'shot at' in Yemen Stephen O'Brien is urging for aid to be allowed into Yemen to avert the "imminent famine".
"01.03.2017 10:10:41" bbc.co.uk The woman who's joining an all male choir She's the first female to be admitted in 1,000 years.
"01.03.2017 09:09:49" Why John Humphrys is giving up crisps for Lent Salty solidarity - what do John Humphrys and Theresa May have in common?
"01.03.2017 08:20:15" bbc.co.uk 'Sir' Nigel Farage? The former UKIP leader says he's not interested in a knighthood.
"01.03.2017 07:00:42" Robots aren't as smart as we think! Today the government is announcing its digital strategy that is said to have been delayed because of Brexit. What will the government's boost to artificial Intelligence mean for everyone's existing jobs?
But as Philosopher Daniel Dennett tells BBC
"01.03.2017 06:50:14" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- New research published in the BMJ says thousands of gravely ill people in England are being left with inadequate round-the-clock pain relief and poor access to end of life care.
- Donald Trump spoke to the US Congress last night
"28.02.2017 15:17:28" bbc.co.uk Carswell 'should stay' in UKIP UKIP's only MP Douglas Carswell shouldn't leave, according to fellow Tory defector.
"28.02.2017 13:56:27" bbc.co.uk How should the mainstream media react to 'fake news'? "I certainly would use the word 'lie', where appropriate." Strong views from former editor of the Sunday Times Sir Harold Evans.
"28.02.2017 12:20:51" bbc.co.uk Can community projects offer a way to affordable care? Around the UK different schemes are trying to deliver better affordable care to those who need it.
"28.02.2017 11:59:52" bbc.co.uk Could we soon be holidaying on the Moon? "In ten years' time you may well be able to buy a ticket."
"28.02.2017 10:06:52" bbc.co.uk Cautions proposed for lower-risk paedophiles "It gives us the capacity to deal with the scale and volume of referrals."
"28.02.2017 08:51:14" bbc.co.uk What advice can Obama's speechwriter give Donald Trump? “For the first time he'll have to deal with half an audience in the room that doesn't applaud when he wants them to”
"28.02.2017 07:57:40" bbc.co.uk Is your landline bill about to decrease? Ofcom plans to force BT to cut landline-only bills by at least £5 a month.
"28.02.2017 06:55:00" Michael Gove on experts Have people had enough of experts? Michael Gove tells Newsnight what he meant when he made his controversial comments during the referendum campaign...
"28.02.2017 06:42:19" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The inquest into the deaths of British tourists who were murdered in a terror attack in Tunisia two years ago will conclude this morning.
- We speak to Obama's speechwriter ahead of President Trump's first address to Congress.
"27.02.2017 19:18:24" bbc.co.uk Can the marathon be run in under two hours? Can the two hour marathon barrier be broken legally?
"27.02.2017 19:06:56" bbc.co.uk Steve Hewlett's Doctor describes caring for him "Steve was inquisitive and he challenged things and I think rightly so."
"27.02.2017 17:25:46" bbc.co.uk Meet the Author: Sara Baume Writer Sara Baume talks to James Naughtie about her latest
novel A Line Made By Walking.
"27.02.2017 15:08:48" bbc.co.uk Lord Hattersley pays tribute to his friend Sir Gerald Kaufman was a "very clever man".
"27.02.2017 14:08:47" bbc.co.uk What does mixed weather mean for your garden? "Mother nature is unpredictable... if she was a real mother I'd send her to the social services."
"27.02.2017 13:07:27" bbc.co.uk Kaufman's 'humour and one-liners were brilliant' Remembering Sir Gerald Kaufman.
"27.02.2017 11:27:15" bbc.co.uk Waterstones boss defends unbranded branches Should big retailers really be marketing themselves as smaller, 'independent-style' businesses?
"27.02.2017 11:17:39" The Today Programme "Let me tell you about when 'Islamic State' first entered my beloved city."
Watch this animated diary about the Syrian city of Raqqa in full: http://bbc.in/1OFFZ7A Last year we ran a series of audio diaries kept, at great risk, by an activist living inside the capital of the so-called Islamic State, Raqqa. Samer, not his real name, has now left Raqqa and has been living in refugee camps across Syria. Listen to his
"27.02.2017 09:19:15" bbc.co.uk Child sex abuse inquiry public hearings to start "If you smash and break a child, you'll end up with a maimed adult."
"27.02.2017 07:46:42" bbc.co.uk Ryan Gosling's face 'looked like thunder' Not quite the Hollywood ending he was expecting...
"27.02.2017 06:43:39" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Moonlight has won best picture at the Oscars - but only after Faye Dunaway initially announced La La Land had won
- The first public hearings will take place this morning in the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse
"25.02.2017 13:59:40" bbc.co.uk Wyre Davis reports from an Iraqi military base What's next in Iraqi forces' campaign against IS?
"25.02.2017 13:36:29" bbc.co.uk The increasing appeal of women's American football Why are more Brits playing women's American football?
"25.02.2017 12:20:04" bbc.co.uk Several major news organisations were excluded from a White House press briefing White House Correspondents Association says Trump's claims on the media are "damaging"
"25.02.2017 08:05:16" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Jeremy Corbyn has said he will not be stepping down after losing the Copeland by-election. He said he had been elected twice and is 'proud' to continue.
- Iraq is widening its campaign against Islamic State with ground troops
"25.02.2017 02:28:24" bbc.co.uk Indian film banned for being 'lady-oriented' "The film is from a very female point of view and that is bothering them."
"24.02.2017 18:29:21" bbc.co.uk Neil Hamilton: UKIP will win in 'two or three years' The Welsh UKIP leader says they need to position themselves as the party for working people.
"24.02.2017 17:38:00" Trump's 100 days: The campaign continues Donald Trump has been president for five weeks. Here's what he's been up to.
"24.02.2017 15:42:05" bbc.co.uk Using beavers to help reduce flood risk The Forestry Commission are proposing to bring beavers to the Greathough Brook in Lydbrook.
"24.02.2017 15:18:01" bbc.co.uk Challenging the negative image of Stoke-on-Trent "I reject the negative narrative spoken about my brilliant city."
"24.02.2017 12:20:27" bbc.co.uk The Conservatives' victorious by-election The former Labour voters who turned to the Tories in Copeland.
"24.02.2017 11:16:31" Labour's John Woodcock says the party is heading for "an historic and catastrophic defeat".
"24.02.2017 10:54:02" bbc.co.uk RBS has reported a loss of seven billion pounds for 2016 Ross McEwan says he won't be stepping down as chief exec of RBS
"24.02.2017 10:07:21" bbc.co.uk Labour's John Woodcock says the party is in trouble Labour MP: We're heading for a 'historic and catastrophic defeat' in the next general election.
"24.02.2017 06:27:30" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Labour has been defeated by the Conservatives in the Copeland by-election but has held on to Stoke in the face of a challenge from UKIP. We speak to shadow chancellor John McDonnell.
- The full-year results of the Royal Bank of
"23.02.2017 22:20:25" bbc.co.uk The troubled life of Wilson Pickett "He fired into the backseat of a car, deliberately missing his brother."
"23.02.2017 20:59:35" bbc.co.uk Are books for teenagers challenging enough? Author Charlie Higson says kids should be reading for fun.
"23.02.2017 18:25:38" bbc.co.uk Wilshaw: There has been 'largesse' in the schools system The government plans changes to the way schools in England are funded.
"23.02.2017 18:02:39" bbc.co.uk Businesses fear a hard Irish border post-Brexit Ahead of the elections to the Northern Ireland assembly, the status of the border after Brexit is a particular concern.
"23.02.2017 18:00:57" bbc.co.uk What is grime music? BBC Radio 1's MistaJam explains.
"23.02.2017 17:04:13" bbc.co.uk Why do South Korean women live the longest? Kimchi, garlic, and hiking every morning could be the answer.
"23.02.2017 15:22:37" bbc.co.uk Education's new funding formula Some schools say they might have to cut subjects to save money.
"23.02.2017 14:49:59" bbc.co.uk Why I might apply for British citizenship Alex Antoni is considering applying for British citizenship after 18 years of living in the UK because of Brexit.
"23.02.2017 13:42:37" bbc.co.uk Enniskillen IRA attack: 30 years on Mishal Husain talks to the people affected by the remembrance day bombing.
"23.02.2017 12:27:06" bbc.co.uk How can you get 62 points and still be on the road? Nearly 10,000 motorists are legally allowed to drive on British roads despite having more than 12 points.
"23.02.2017 11:18:39" bbc.co.uk Storm Doris hits with winds up to 94mph The Met Office says naming storms increases people's awareness.
"23.02.2017 06:16:47" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Tony Blair has strongly rejected criticism levelled at the former administration over the release of a British man detained at Guantanamo Bay.
- We are in Enniskillen ahead of next week elections to the Northern Ireland assembly.
"22.02.2017 19:02:47" bbc.co.uk Could tantrums signal child abuse? New guidance to help professionals recognise child abuse has been drafted by NICE.
"22.02.2017 18:35:33" bbc.co.uk The sailor who won't give up Conrad Colman is still racing over a month after the winner crossed the finish line.
"22.02.2017 18:01:46" bbc.co.uk A former colleague on the appointment of first female Met Police chief "Tears welled up in my eyes"
"22.02.2017 16:22:53" Street parties to remember Jo Cox Thousands of street parties are being planned for the anniversary of Jo Cox's death. Her husband Brendan Cox hopes it'll be the biggest community event since the Queen's diamond jubilee.
"22.02.2017 15:59:55" bbc.co.uk How credible are scientific studys? Up to 90% of researchers have failed to reproduce other scientist's experiments.
"22.02.2017 14:41:13" bbc.co.uk Why the French are more likely to live to 90 A new study shows that life expectancy around the world is going up.
"22.02.2017 13:12:51" bbc.co.uk 'Failures' admitted over British suicide bomber A British IS fighter who died in a suicide bomb attack on Iraqi forces in Mosul is a former Guantanamo Bay detainee.
"22.02.2017 12:50:55" bbc.co.uk Solutions to the problem of dog poo In Liverpool you could get a year off paying council tax if you film or photograph people who don't pick up their dog's mess.
"22.02.2017 06:31:52" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- European commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has warned the UK it faces a 'very hefty' bill for Brexit. We explain how that bill could add up and speak to a close ally of Germany's Angela Merkel.
- Science experiments are
"21.02.2017 19:03:24" bbc.co.uk The author talks to James Naughtie about his book The Islamic Enlightenment Meet the Author: Christopher de Bellaigue
"21.02.2017 17:03:39" bbc.co.uk 'I was hungry' says Sutton goal keeper Pasty-eating goalie says his munching wasn't for a bet... he was just hungry.
"21.02.2017 16:08:45" bbc.co.uk Camera traps in the Amazon let jaguars take 'selfies' How new technology is revolutionising animal tracking.
"21.02.2017 10:39:26" bbc.co.uk Cockerell: May's message is 'we're watching you' Why did Theresa May go to the House of Lords to watch the Brexit debate?
"21.02.2017 08:58:48" bbc.co.uk Do TV actors mumble too much? Sorry I didn't quite catch that...
"21.02.2017 08:11:54" bbc.co.uk UN: '1.4m children' face starving to death in Africa "Nobody should be dying of starvation in 2017."
"21.02.2017 07:41:56" bbc.co.uk King's Fund: 'Community investment' before hospital closures Plans have been put forward to cut hospital services in two-thirds of England.
"21.02.2017 06:52:23" bbc.co.uk Listen live and read the running order On today's programme:
- Are UK firms "sitting ducks" to foreign takeovers thanks to the pound's devaluation?
- Did Theresa May set a prime ministerial precedent by making an appearance in the House of Lords?
- What can be done to draw more people into
"20.02.2017 18:55:42" bbc.co.uk Steve Hewlett: Our tribute We wanted to share this with all of you have followed Steve's journey.
"20.02.2017 18:11:41" Nick Robinson Sad news.
My friend, my colleague and a great broadcaster Steve Hewlett has died.
I visited him in hospital a few days ago and wrote this knowing that I would almost certainly never see him again.
His family said it brought him and them some comfort
"20.02.2017 18:04:24" bbc.co.uk Tribute paid to Steve Hewlett Steve Hewlett whose journey through cancer treatment we have been sharing, has died. His former boss said "he made good programmes popular and popular programmes good or great".
"20.02.2017 15:48:37" bbc.co.uk 'Longest financial squeeze' causes NHS deficit Head of NHS Providers, which represents Hospital trusts, says the £900m deficit is due to a funding gap alongside winter demand.
"20.02.2017 14:31:06" Sutton United pitch Will this pitch made from plastic play in Sutton's favour against Arsenal tonight? Comedian and Sutton United fan Tim Vine previews their chances... http://bbc.in/2lyJQA5
"20.02.2017 14:10:34" bbc.co.uk UKIP leader should 'come to Liverpool and apologise' Paul Nuttall should say "sorry in person" to the people of Liverpool.
"20.02.2017 10:50:47" bbc.co.uk Is positive thinking making us depressed? Academic says we shouldn't "sugar-coat" the negative aspects of life.
"20.02.2017 10:11:35" bbc.co.uk @sweden twitter account becomes unlikely diplomat Nothing to see here...
"20.02.2017 09:36:02" bbc.co.uk Lord Hill: UK has to be more 'alive' to EU thinking House of Lords set to debate Brexit trigger bill.
"20.02.2017 08:23:00" bbc.co.uk Search engines to 'demote' pirate websites, Today - BBC Radio 4 Search engines are pledging to deter UK internet users from finding pirated material Search engines are pledging to deter UK internet users from finding pirated material.
"20.02.2017 07:20:26" bbc.co.uk Iran 'will not instigate hostilities' The Iranian Foreign Minister, Javad Zarif, has called on the United States to stop threatening Iran.
"20.02.2017 06:44:01" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Today the debate gets under way on the Article 50 Bill in the House of Lords
- Iraqi government forces begin an offensive to recapture the city of Mosul from the Islamic State group
- Is positive thinking turning us all into
"19.02.2017 11:03:11" Philip Pullman talks exclusively about the arrival of the long-awaited "equel" to His Dark Materials. More here: http://bbc.in/2lrkHYl
"18.02.2017 15:02:52" bbc.co.uk The UK's new home-grown car company Could it replace the Land Rover Defender?
"18.02.2017 12:39:44" bbc.co.uk 'Face it. People like us blew it for everyone but themselves' Not usually in the public eye - the ex-diplomat who wrote to the Financial Times about Brexit.
"18.02.2017 07:07:59" Timeline Photos On today's programme;
- Operations to retake Western Mosul from so called-Islamic State are expected to begin this weekend
- How salmonella could help to fight cancer.
- He's already President so why is Donald Trump still campaigning?
Read the running
"17.02.2017 17:41:40" bbc.co.uk Bill Gates 'hopeful' for Trump-led pandemic response Bill Gates thinks the world is currently ill-prepared to cope with either a global epidemic or bio-terroism.
"17.02.2017 16:22:37" bbc.co.uk Could France bring the next big shake up of the establishment? The Front National is aiming for a Brexit-style earthquake.
"17.02.2017 15:05:11" bbc.co.uk How rate changes will affect small businesses "My business rates are going up 62%."
"17.02.2017 13:51:20" bbc.co.uk Couple get married after she found him sleeping rough The real Lady and the Tramp.
"17.02.2017 13:17:24" bbc.co.uk 'More businesses are benefiting than losing out' Will new business rates do more good than harm?
"17.02.2017 11:44:14" bbc.co.uk Business rates to change for the first tme in seven years The system is "not fit for purpose" according to the British Retail Consortium.
"17.02.2017 10:35:05" bbc.co.uk Reality Check: Your EU questions answered What will happen to your driving licence once we've left the EU? Two BBC experts answer your questions about Brexit.
"17.02.2017 06:26:37" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Business rate changes in from April are going to cause major charges for some business.
- Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has revealed his concern that the tide is turning against globalisation.
- Is it necessary to up the levels
"16.02.2017 18:56:15" bbc.co.uk "It's a very sweet, warm, affectionate memoir " Publisher reveals autobiography written by Mick Jagger that the singer couldn't remember writing.
"16.02.2017 16:40:40" bbc.co.uk The door-to-door poet Rowan McCabe knocks on doors, offering to write people personalised poems.
One recipient: "It's probably one of the highlights of my life."
"16.02.2017 13:37:12" bbc.co.uk What can academics learn from The Archers? "It's so flattering when people take us seriously."
"16.02.2017 13:05:51" Press and politicians' criticism of courts during Article 50 debate risked "undermining the rule of law", says president of Supreme Court
"16.02.2017 12:27:26" bbc.co.uk Gurinder Chadha on film about the partition of India "This is the first British film on the subject since Gandhi."
"16.02.2017 11:28:29" bbc.co.uk A Cornish Brexit Will the Cornish pasty survive Brexit?
"16.02.2017 08:00:41" President of the Supreme court Press and politicians' criticism of courts during Article 50 debate risked "undermining the rule of law", says president of Supreme Court.
"16.02.2017 06:49:40" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Britain's most senior judge has criticised sections of the press for their coverage of the Article 50 court ruling (0810)
- Today the US secretary of state, Rex Tillerson, will meet Russia's foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov
"15.02.2017 20:28:54" The girl who offered to replace Big Ben's chimes The girl who offered to stand in for Big Ben and sing the 'bongs' for BBC Radio 4.
"15.02.2017 19:13:04" bbc.co.uk How grass pollen can help relieve hay fever Hay fever symptoms can be suppressed by taking pollen pills or injections for three years according to new research.
"15.02.2017 15:02:26" bbc.co.uk Study links heading a football with dementia What could this mean for other contact sports?
"15.02.2017 14:19:33" Philip Pullman talks exclusively about the arrival of the long-awaited "equel" to His Dark Materials.
Hear more: http://bbc.in/2lKFsio
"15.02.2017 12:40:37" What happens when a hospital needs to free up a bed? What happens when a hospital needs to free up a bed? Andy has a brain tumour. Doctors think he only has a couple of months to live...
"15.02.2017 12:16:03" bbc.co.uk Study suggests football headers could cause dementia 'Dad's job killed him'.
"15.02.2017 07:14:17" Philip Pullman talks about The Book of Dust Philip Pullman talks exclusively about the arrival of the long-awaited "equel" to His Dark Materials.
"15.02.2017 06:49:57" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- A White House spokesman has said President Trump knew weeks ago there were problems with Michael Flynn's Russia phone calls
- A scientific study has suggested a link between head injuries and brain damage in former footballers
"14.02.2017 15:04:16" The mystery of the whoop whooping noise 'Whoop whoop.'
"14.02.2017 14:09:55" bbc.co.uk The UK is facing 60 serious attacks a month Is the UK protecting itself against cyber attacks?
"14.02.2017 12:32:24" bbc.co.uk Cyber chief says don't fret over passwords How many different passwords do you have?
"14.02.2017 08:48:45" bbc.co.uk Isabelle Huppert on her role in Elle The film no Hollywood stars would be in.
"14.02.2017 07:49:21" bbc.co.uk A propaganda field guide for so-called IS has been found online Why IS care more about grabbing headlines than dropping bombs.
"14.02.2017 07:09:08" bbc.co.uk De-radicalising a nine-year-old The boy who watched IS beheading videos.
"14.02.2017 06:48:10" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The Queen is to launch a new national centre to protect the UK against cyber-attacks.
- As the gig economy grows, the head of a government review calls for a national debate on the nature of employment in Britain.
"13.02.2017 20:10:56" bbc.co.uk CoE's stance on homosexuality is up for debate at General Synod Bishops need to recognise "theological diversity".
"13.02.2017 18:49:02" bbc.co.uk Steve Hewlett: How do you live every day as if it's your last? "I'm not looking towards racing through a list of things."
"13.02.2017 18:25:08" bbc.co.uk 'No quick fix' solution to problem in prisons The chair of the Prison Reform Trust says the prison system "cannot cope" with the numbers.
"13.02.2017 17:02:01" bbc.co.uk An ex-diplomat who wrote to the Financial Times about Brexit joins Becky for lunch "Face it. People like us blew it for everyone but themselves"
"13.02.2017 11:57:07" bbc.co.uk The Californian dam that was in danger of collapsing Oroville Dam risk: Thousands ordered to evacuate homes
"13.02.2017 09:55:09" bbc.co.uk Bell ringing is a 'contact sport', Today - BBC Radio 4 Ringing master explains the art of bell ringing Bell ringing can be like a "contact sport".
"13.02.2017 09:21:28" bbc.co.uk Prisons may have gone through 'the worst' with NPS The Prison Governors Association says early tests indicate new psychoactive substance use may have peaked in prisons.
"13.02.2017 08:40:24" bbc.co.uk The UK's new home-grown car company Could it replace the Land Rover Defender?
"13.02.2017 07:36:05" bbc.co.uk Hear sounds of 100 churches, temples, mosques and other spaces How you can visit the world's sacred sites without ever leaving the sofa.
"13.02.2017 06:31:50" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- A BBC investigation has found evidence of major security failings at a privately-run prison in north-east England.
- How vulnerable is John Bercow in his role as the speaker of the House of Commons?
- Could ballet be the secret
"12.02.2017 15:02:32" bbc.co.uk Radio station defies music ban with animal noises Radio Fresh FM in Syria is using sarcasm to rebel against extremism.
"12.02.2017 12:33:03" The Archers' new editor: What's next? The new editor for BBC The Archers tells us what's next for Helen and Rob.
"12.02.2017 06:42:51" bbc.co.uk 'I'm sorry that many of their lives have been impacted by this', Today - BBC Radio 4 A probe investigating allegations made against Iraq war veterans will be shut down. Lancaster: "I'm sorry that many of their lives have been impacted by this"
The Iraq Historic Allegations Team will shut down within months.
"11.02.2017 18:48:22" bbc.co.uk The hospital that helps patients stay at home The Wakefield scheme is seen as pioneering.
"11.02.2017 15:11:26" bbc.co.uk 'Alan was my comic hero' Comedian Paul Merton remembers his friend writer Alan Simpson, who died this week.
"11.02.2017 12:20:40" bbc.co.uk 'Old-age is not a medical problem, death is not a medical problem', Best of Today - BBC Radio 4 Dr Seamus O'Mahony and Ann Munro discuss the problems with end of life care. 'death is not a medical problem'
How does society deal with old age?
"11.02.2017 08:59:18" bbc.co.uk Read the running order Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day. On today's programme:
- President Trump talks of a new travel ban.
- A probe investigating allegations made against Iraq war veterans will be shut down within months.
- Why schoolchildren could be Britain's next line of defence.
"10.02.2017 18:09:50" bbc.co.uk Raymond Briggs: I could do more work "I could do it... I'd have to stop having to do interviews every five minutes."
"10.02.2017 16:56:41" bbc.co.uk A trapped man's survival story "If you stay calm you've got a chance."
"10.02.2017 16:31:50" Lead researcher Dr Nick Neave explains more Studying dance moves can offer an insight into our personality, intelligence and creativity, according to researchers at Northumbria University.
"10.02.2017 16:06:44" bbc.co.uk The science of dancing What can the way people dance tell us about them?
"10.02.2017 14:36:51" bbc.co.uk Daughter of 'Britain's Schindler' calls on PM to help refugees "The best way to honour my father is to do what he would do now."
"10.02.2017 13:36:35" Justin Welby criticises closure of child migrant scheme "To leave the whole weight of this on Italy and Greece is utterly unjust."
"10.02.2017 07:42:45" The Today Programme Ed Balls ... Nick Robinson ... Gangnam Style
Need we say more? Coming up: Studying dance moves can offer an insight into our personality, intelligence and creativity. Now what might that say about these two?
"10.02.2017 07:17:00" bbc.co.uk Independent school students gain extra time for exams One in five private school pupils received extra time to complete GCSE and A-level exams last year.
"10.02.2017 06:50:28" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- A fifth of students in independent schools received extra time to complete GCSE and A-level exams last year
- Patients in the UK could face delays of up to two years getting new drugs if Britain withdraws from the EU's medicines
"09.02.2017 16:30:00" bbc.co.uk How orangutan squeaks could reveal human's first words It's all about vowels and consonants...
"09.02.2017 12:54:13" bbc.co.uk FA council needs 'greater level of diversity' Former FA director says there is an "air of confidence within the FA" that chairman Greg Clarke can carry through reforms.
"09.02.2017 12:12:41" bbc.co.uk Denzel Washington talks about his film Fences "It's specifically an African-American family but the themes are universal." The movie explore race relations in 1950s America.
"09.02.2017 11:13:39" bbc.co.uk Why are A&E units struggling? “The hardest part of my job is sometimes not being able to give [patients] what they need” - more in our podcast.
"09.02.2017 10:17:57" bbc.co.uk 10 charts that show why the NHS is in trouble The NHS faces unrelenting pressure despite funding rising.
"09.02.2017 08:01:18" bbc.co.uk A sarcastic response to Syria's militants Raed Fares runs a radio station in an area controlled by Islamist militants in northern Syria.
"09.02.2017 07:32:11" bbc.co.uk A day in the life of a matron in her busy emergency care unit Record numbers of patients waited more than 12 hours in A&E units in England in January, figures leaked to the BBC suggest.
"09.02.2017 07:01:59" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Figures leaked to the BBC suggests record numbers of patients spent more than four hours in A&E units in England in January
- Latvia's foreign minister Edgars Rinkēvičs will be meeting Boris Johnson to talk Brexit and the future
"08.02.2017 20:08:15" bbc.co.uk Paul Merton pays tribute to Alan Simpson "Alan was my comic hero."
"08.02.2017 18:01:45" bbc.co.uk Andrew Mitchell: Government needs to revisit policy on Yemen "The people of Yemen are not starving, they're being starved".
"08.02.2017 17:02:37" bbc.co.uk Should we celebrate Russian Revolution art? "Lenin was murderous. Trotsky was murderous...there is no room for wishy-washy nostalgia about revolution."
"08.02.2017 16:34:26" bbc.co.uk NHS: We need a system that is '21st century' Our podcast includes the story of the health workers in Wakefield who are reducing the number of days patients spend in hospital by helping them home as quickly as possible.
"08.02.2017 15:26:16" One listener's experience of virtual assistants We discovered that when our tech correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones was talking about virtual assistants yesterday, he inadvertently activated devices around the country...
"08.02.2017 14:06:03" bbc.co.uk Shannon Matthews: The untold story How a group of women brought their community together in an attempt to find a child who disappeared in their midst.
"08.02.2017 12:59:53" bbc.co.uk The man who 'turned stats into a performing art' The data visionary and educator Hans Rosling has died aged 68.
"08.02.2017 12:39:28" bbc.co.uk The hospital that helps patients stay at home The Wakefield scheme is seen as pioneering.
"08.02.2017 11:10:00" bbc.co.uk Small builders 'face a wall of bureaucracy' The new housing planning process is putting small builders off says top UK housebuilder.
"08.02.2017 10:04:56" bbc.co.uk Labour voters 'hopping mad' with Diane Abbott Voters in her constituency are angry that the shadow home secretary missed the vote to trigger Article 50.
"08.02.2017 09:08:47" bbc.co.uk Integrating health and social care 'uphill battle' The government's spending watchdog has said that attempts to integrate health and social care have so far failed to save money or reduce hospital admissions in England.
"08.02.2017 06:57:51" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The National Audit office says the government has been over-optimistic about social care budgets
- Unmarried couples across the UK could be affected by a Supreme Court ruling today on the case of a woman who was denied access to
"07.02.2017 21:50:12" bbc.co.uk The princess who spied on the Nazis "She wasn't very good at it... she couldn't tell a lie."
"07.02.2017 19:41:08" bbc.co.uk Local voting figures shed new light on EU referendum This really gets into the nitty gritty of how people voted.
"07.02.2017 18:40:26" bbc.co.uk Ofgem boss on the energy prepay price cap Four million prepayment customers should save "close to £80 a year".
"07.02.2017 17:39:09" bbc.co.uk The WW2 spy who couldn't lie "She almost told [the German police] that she had a secret radio."
"07.02.2017 15:56:16" Executed after 'two-minute trial' As many as 13,000 people have been executed in secret at a prison in Syria, Amnesty International says. Amnesty UK director Kate Allen says everyone executed has had a "two minute trial". She says it's "impossible" that the highest level of the Assad
"07.02.2017 15:19:51" bbc.co.uk MP who insulted the Speaker now backs him "I've had numerous clashes with the Speaker."
"07.02.2017 14:04:41" bbc.co.uk Tory MP criticises Speaker's Trump comments "He opens himself up to accusations of hypocrisy."
"07.02.2017 13:32:31" bbc.co.uk Javid: Housing 'greatest barrier to social progress' The government has unveiled plans for more affordable homes.
"07.02.2017 07:22:28" bbc.co.uk NHS care: Iris Sibley's six-month wait to leave hospital Iris Sibley, 89, had to wait six months before she could leave hospital. Read the full story.
"07.02.2017 06:44:06" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The government is unveiling its plans to speed up home building and offer greater protection for renters
- Energy regulator Ofgem has been looking into how much people spend on their electricity
- As artificial intelligence
"06.02.2017 19:03:28" bbc.co.uk The lastest update on Steve Hewlett's cancer journey Steve Hewlett:"I was told I have weeks, possibly months..."
"06.02.2017 19:03:13" bbc.co.uk Trapped inside a hospital Iris Sibley, 89, had to wait six months before she could leave hospital. The full story in our podcast.
"06.02.2017 18:11:39" bbc.co.uk Can you help save the hedgehog? "They're very, very poorly and very underweight."
"06.02.2017 16:56:12" bbc.co.uk The impact on patients of cancelling planned operations "When patients have to wait... they are actually getting worse... we are not doing them any favours."
"06.02.2017 15:48:55" bbc.co.uk Would you use face cream made from snail slime? The beauty craze has led to a boom in snail farming in Italy
"06.02.2017 14:37:57" bbc.co.uk Judge 'utterly wrong' in travel ban ruling Lawyer David Rivkin says the Supreme Court law is "crystal clear".
"06.02.2017 12:06:41" bbc.co.uk Ex-surgeon criticises plans to charge foreign patients "It's not going to work."
"06.02.2017 10:37:42" bbc.co.uk NHS care: Iris Sibley's six month wait to leave hospital "It's just a system where you're going from one organisation to another and nobody seems to be co-ordinating."
"06.02.2017 07:47:34" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The story of 89-year-old Iris Sibley, who was trapped on a hospital ward for six months because of failings in the social care system
- How seriously should we take the threat to British jobs from other countries keen to tempt big
"06.02.2017 00:52:59" bbc.co.uk Transgender rights and the family court: Should cultural sensitivities be taken into account?, Best of Today - BBC Radio 4 Transgender rights and the family court. 'How can it possibly be in the best interests of the children to be deprived of a parent?'
The family court and transgender parents discussed on the Today Programme
"05.02.2017 13:03:47" bbc.co.uk How wearing slippers at school could improve performance "There's no doubt it's a quieter, more gentle place with shoes off."
"05.02.2017 07:09:42" bbc.co.uk Are Rugby's new rules a game-changer?, Today - BBC Radio 4 Rugby's new rules hope to cut down on risk of concussion. This is Rugby, not gymnastics or Tiddlywinks'
Will Rugby's new rules change the game?
"04.02.2017 18:21:22" bbc.co.uk Inside the support service for families living with alcoholics "I just knew these people, in this room, understood me."
"04.02.2017 16:40:30" bbc.co.uk Food for thought: How Ipswich Hospitals fake food shops are helping patients to remember, Best of Today - BBC Radio 4 Ipswich Hospital makes fake grocery shops help dementia patients. 'It can take them back to a time when they do remember'
How Groceries can help dementia patients.
"04.02.2017 09:00:00" Are new tackle laws sanitising rugby? New rules put in place by World Rugby have redefined high tackle categories and increased sanctions.
"04.02.2017 07:05:58" Timeline Photos On today's programme:
• Marine Le Pen says Brexit could help the National Front in France.
• Transgender rights and the Family Court
• And another legal challenge to Donald Trump's travel ban.
Read the running order and listen live: http://bbc.in/2k6eQEd
"03.02.2017 20:51:59" Trump's 100 Days: Keeping campaign pledges Donald Trump has been in the White House for two weeks. Here's what he's been up to this week.
"03.02.2017 19:38:09" bbc.co.uk Man tipped to be Trump's EU ambassador calls for a de-escalation of rhetoric Ted Malloch: "Some of the language suggesting that the US is now an enemy of Europe is patently false."
"03.02.2017 18:38:46" bbc.co.uk The event that encourages being nosy Window Wanderland offers a good excuse.
"03.02.2017 18:17:13" bbc.co.uk Judy Murray: Davis Cup needs 'to change' "It's a question of, adjusting the calendar so that the Davis Cup ties don't come immediately after the Grand Slams."
"03.02.2017 14:11:15" Kiruna Stamell who has dwarfism on gene editing Will embryonic gene editing improve the health of future generations?
Kiruna Stamell has dwarfism. She's worried gene editing could cement prejudice.
She asks: "Why aren't we gene editing people to be my size?"
Agree/Disagree? Let us know.
"03.02.2017 12:27:05" bbc.co.uk 'Tourism VAT should be cut to five per cent' Butlins is urging the government to reduce VAT within the tourism industry.
"03.02.2017 11:23:08" bbc.co.uk Cyber attack 'normal 21st century threat' A former GCHQ deputy director says a of lack cyber security skills is leaving the UK vulnerable to attack.
"03.02.2017 09:01:19" bbc.co.uk Brexit: 'You will have to take the consequences' Swedish foreign minister Margot Wollstrom says Brexit cost to the UK will depend on treaty rules.
"03.02.2017 07:49:06" Kiruna Stamell on gene editing Will embryonic gene editing improve the health of future generations?
Kiruna Stamell is an actor and has dwarfism. She's worried gene editing could cement prejudice.
Agree/Disagree? Let us know.
"03.02.2017 07:06:12" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- 27 EU heads of state & government will meet in Malta to reflect on what the EU will look like post-Brexit.
- Handling of personal data is "chaotic" and undermines confidence in the government's ability to protect the UK from
"02.02.2017 20:56:02" bbc.co.uk Southern rail deal welcome but will service improve? Southern rail chief says he wants to get "a reliable service back to our passengers".
"02.02.2017 19:52:50" bbc.co.uk Whelan: Deal should solve 'many of the issues' Aslef union boss says the deal with Southern rail has been done in good faith.
"02.02.2017 17:33:17" bbc.co.uk 'It's a journey into the unknown, as it's a gamble on my liver' Steve Hewlett says he's continuing with the drugs trial.
"02.02.2017 16:38:13" bbc.co.uk Tory MP prepared to rebel over Brexit "I don't think that we are going against the wishes of the electorate by protecting the national interests."
"02.02.2017 14:44:45" bbc.co.uk Grayling: Heathrow expansion offers 'economic links' The Transport Secretary says a new Heathrow runway will create business connections.
"02.02.2017 13:14:16" bbc.co.uk Podcast: What is Radcliffe's next role? "What are you playing at?"
"Words, words. They're all we have to go on."
"02.02.2017 12:53:37" bbc.co.uk Labour rebel: 'I don't have much chance of returning' Labour MP Tulip Siddiq resigned from the front bench ahead of the vote on the Brexit bill.
"02.02.2017 12:32:03" bbc.co.uk How President Trump is helping book sales According to Penguin books, sales of George Owell's 1984 are up 95 percent.
"02.02.2017 11:29:13" bbc.co.uk Did Diane Abbott have 'Brexit flu'? The Shadow Home Secretary was absent from the parliamentary vote on the Brexit bill.
"02.02.2017 10:22:55" bbc.co.uk Dame Vera Lynn: I remember my voice as it was The singer, known as the "forces' sweetheart", is releasing a new album as she celebrates turning 100.
"02.02.2017 06:56:07" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The government's strategy for withdrawing Britain from the EU is to be published later today.
- Heathrow Airport's plan to build a new runway enters the next stage.
- George Orwell's 1984 sold 5,000 copies in the first week of
"01.02.2017 17:54:01" bbc.co.uk Sir Ken Morrison: 'A real Yorkshire type' The supermarket boss has died aged 85.
"01.02.2017 13:48:57" bbc.co.uk The man who made camera phones possible has won The Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering "I'm somewhat astonished."
"01.02.2017 13:26:03" bbc.co.uk Camilla Cavendish: How do we tackle air pollution? "The Great Smog of 1952 galvanised politicians."
"01.02.2017 10:53:43" bbc.co.uk Kate Attlee describes being 'locked-in' for five months "I used to weep silent tears."
"01.02.2017 09:31:08" bbc.co.uk Emily Thornberry: 'We want the best deal' MPs are set to vote later today on triggering talks with the EU.
"01.02.2017 08:48:06" bbc.co.uk Ex-England cricketer James Taylor: My heart rate was '265 bpm' "I should have died."
"01.02.2017 07:48:59" bbc.co.uk Viewpoint: The trouble with diesel Former head of Downing Street policy unit Camilla Cavendish assesses government efforts to control traffic pollution.
"01.02.2017 07:08:07" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- MPs set for vote later today on triggering talks with EU.
- President Trump has announced his nominee for the Supreme Court. But who is Neil Gorsuch?
- How long should you be working at the same job?
"31.01.2017 19:52:35" bbc.co.uk Grandstand: Is it time for a revival? Legendary commentator Barry Davies welcomes the idea of a return.
"31.01.2017 18:02:52" bbc.co.uk "Olivia Colman would be a magnificent choice" Ex-Time Lord David Tennant says the next Doctor Who could be a woman.
"31.01.2017 16:27:00" bbc.co.uk Trump adviser defends the sacking of the acting attorney general "I expect quite a few more."
"31.01.2017 15:46:53" bbc.co.uk Podcast: What can we do to stop air pollution? "The UK already makes a quarter of Europe's electric cars and car makers are now eyeing the next opportunity."
"31.01.2017 15:04:51" bbc.co.uk How wearing slippers at school could improve performance "There's no doubt it's a quieter, more gentle place with shoes off."
"31.01.2017 13:45:40" bbc.co.uk UKIP hopes for Brexit boost in Stoke Could voters who chose to leave the EU propel UKIP to victory in Stoke-on-Trent Central?
"31.01.2017 12:35:39" bbc.co.uk Inside the support service for families living with alcoholics "I just knew these people, in this room, understood me."
"31.01.2017 09:58:54" bbc.co.uk Lord Ricketts: State visit puts Queen in a 'difficult position' Top diplomat says invitation was issued too early.
"31.01.2017 09:42:00" bbc.co.uk Jo Cox sister: 'Eradicate' stigma of loneliness Kim Leadbeater says when Jo went to university, they both dealt with loneliness.
"31.01.2017 08:57:31" bbc.co.uk Nicky Morgan MP: I will not 'vote for amendments' MPs are to begin formal Brexit process with two-day debate over bill.
"31.01.2017 07:36:23" bbc.co.uk 'Saccorhytus' is thought to have lived between grains of sand on the sea bed Did our earliest known ancestor really have no bum?
"31.01.2017 06:50:54" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Theresa May's decision to invite Donald Trump to a state visit has put the Queen in a "very difficult position", a former head of the Foreign Office has said.
- MPs will debate the Government's Brexit talks plan.
- A secret
"30.01.2017 17:33:49" bbc.co.uk Are you part of a 'furious majority'? New book claims the election of President Trump reflects an 'age of anger'.
"30.01.2017 16:54:26" bbc.co.uk The true story behind denying the Holocaust Our reporter interviewed David Irving just before the verdict in the libel case, which is portrayed in the film Denial.
"30.01.2017 15:23:04" bbc.co.uk Camilla Cavendish investigates air pollution in the UK "Air pollution is an environmental emergency."
"30.01.2017 14:41:50" bbc.co.uk Ed Miliband says travel ban makes world less safe "If ever ISIS wanted a tool to radicalise people... I'm afraid that President Trump has sadly provided it."
"30.01.2017 10:32:58" bbc.co.uk Baroness Warsi: Travel ban is 'a Muslim ban' President Donald Trump is standing firm over his travel ban.
"30.01.2017 09:27:44" bbc.co.uk Can robots be 'culturally sensitive'? Robots could soon be delivering care to those in need.
"30.01.2017 08:45:00" bbc.co.uk Fake news debate: This is a war on 'alternative media' Have you fallen foul of fake news?
"30.01.2017 06:32:37" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme we ask:
- Will the Trump administration stand firm on a ban on immigration from seven Muslim countries?
- Is air pollution getting worse?
- How close are we to having elderly care carried out by robots?
"29.01.2017 14:41:19" bbc.co.uk Sue Lawley on 18 years presenting Desert Island Discs She tried to get the Queen Mother, Bill Clinton, Mick Jagger, and Nelson Mandela on the show.
"29.01.2017 08:32:37" bbc.co.uk Listen: Why a mother bought her daughter drugs email@example.com. Her husband 'couldn't stand the betrayal'
"29.01.2017 06:20:20" bbc.co.uk Today's take on the Trainspotting monologue ICYMI and need uplifting.