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"03.12.2016 12:38:27" bbc.co.uk The Scottish village left £400,000 by a former PoW “This is his thanks for the kindness shown to him.”
"03.12.2016 11:56:44" bbc.co.uk Former Chinese diplomat warns against US-Taiwan relations “Even military action can be considered.”
"03.12.2016 09:01:14" bbc.co.uk Will Cubans mourn Castro? Exile: "They would be mourning people Castro executed."
"03.12.2016 07:40:36" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- A former Southampton youth team player alleges he was molested in the latest football abuse claim.
- The US president-elect, Donald Trump, has broken with decades of US policy to speak with President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan.
"02.12.2016 18:35:26" bbc.co.uk Labour MP Ian Austin says cooperating with other parties at elections is a bad idea Electoral pacts are just 'a grubby stitch-up'
"02.12.2016 18:31:01" bbc.co.uk Caroline Lucas wants the left to come together 'Right-wing parties organise but we squabble'
"02.12.2016 18:17:40" 10-year-old Rhea proves she's smarter than the Today presenters Are you smarter than a 10-year-old? See if you know the meaning of some of Rhea's favourite words.
"02.12.2016 18:17:10" Are you smarter than a 10-year-old? See if you know the meaning of some of Rhea's favourite words.
"02.12.2016 14:55:36" bbc.co.uk How secure are your debit and credit cards? "I believe it is possible for an experienced hacker to bypass all security."
"02.12.2016 14:31:17" bbc.co.uk Breitbart 'goes to war with company bullies' The media group is angry with Kellogg's for stopping ads on its site.
"02.12.2016 12:25:41" Rees-Mogg: 'This was a vote on Brexit' "There is understandably a disgruntlement amongst people who were very strongly pro-Remain that the majority of the country went against them."
Richmond Park was a vote on Brexit says Jacob Rees-Mogg
"02.12.2016 11:23:23" Sir Tom Courtenay reads First Sight by Philip Larkin Listen to the glorious gravelly tones of Sir Tom Courtenay reading First Sight by Philip Larkin
"02.12.2016 09:46:19" bbc.co.uk 'People will feel betrayed by Brexit outcome' Tim Farron says 80% of people will feel they didn't vote for this Brexit.
"02.12.2016 08:38:16" The Today Programme Alma Deutscher wrote her first opera at the age of seven, a violin concerto at nine and this year her full length opera of Cinderella will be premiered in Vienna. She's 11. We're playing our audio advent calendar today... the best bits from the programme over the past year.
In July Sarah spoke to 11-year-old Alma Deutscher. She's a musician and composer from Surrey who is being compared to Mozart.
"02.12.2016 07:39:11" bbc.co.uk John Cleese remembers Andrew Sachs "It's like playing tennis with someone who is exactly as good as you are… there is a rapport, and it comes from the very deepest part of ourselves."
"02.12.2016 07:15:57" bbc.co.uk Is democracy in Germany at risk? "If someone wants to wear a burqa they should choose a different country."
"02.12.2016 06:57:31" bbc.co.uk Listen live and read the running order On today's programme:
- Tim Farron and Jacob Rees-Mogg on the defeat of Zac Goldsmith in the Richmond Park by-election by Lib Dem Sarah Olney
- Europol has warned the defeat of so-called Islamic State could lead to further terrorist attacks in EU
"01.12.2016 19:38:12" bbc.co.uk The new teacher on the small island of Muck who got the job after an online appeal went viral. "I feel lucky living here and being surrounded by so much beauty"
"01.12.2016 15:49:46" bbc.co.uk The plane crew in the Chapecoense air crash may have suffered 'startle effect' says an aviation expert. 'I suspect the situation overtook them'.
"01.12.2016 14:40:51" bbc.co.uk Tom Hayes: 'The online abuse I get for being openly HIV+' "I bet you wish you'd worn a rubber now, slut."
"01.12.2016 14:07:52" bbc.co.uk Duncan Smith: EU payments are same as tariffs He thinks David Davis has been misinterpreted.
"01.12.2016 13:09:57" Timeline Photos Are they dogs, goats or horses with wings? University of Glasgow needs your help in solving the mystery of the medieval doodle.
Listen here: http://bbc.in/2gbkseo
"01.12.2016 10:46:42" bbc.co.uk NICE: Smoother driving would 'save 20% of emissions' Is this the end of the speed bump?
"01.12.2016 10:31:54" bbc.co.uk NSPCC: 'Risk of ongoing abuse in all sport' The NSPCC dedicated football sex abuse hotline has received 860 calls in its first week.
"01.12.2016 08:53:50" bbc.co.uk Gillian Anderson discusses child trafficking "I didn't know [slavery] was a $150bn business."
"01.12.2016 08:37:31" bbc.co.uk Shadow education secretary criticises leaked former plans to 'deprioritise' illegal migrant pupils "Denying innocent children an education is not a British value."
"01.12.2016 08:09:54" bbc.co.uk A Syrian refugee family describe what life is like for them now in Germany "I'm looking to the future but the future is not looking at me."
"01.12.2016 06:55:22" bbc.co.uk Listen live and read the running order On today's programme:
- The NSPCC says it has referred three times as many calls to the police about abuse in football as they did when the Jimmy Savile story broke.
- Leaked cabinet letters suggest the Home Office - under Theresa May - wanted the
"30.11.2016 21:06:17" What an HIV test entails Theresa May says the stigma around HIV must be wiped out. Here is what an HIV test involves.
"30.11.2016 19:11:54" bbc.co.uk Does the 'gig economy' exploit workers? The government is launching a formal review into modern working, including looking at zero hours contracts and agency work.
"30.11.2016 18:21:24" bbc.co.uk Penelope Fillon was born in Wales and could become the first British first lady of France. 'An Abergavenny girl born and bred'
"30.11.2016 16:18:56" bbc.co.uk Instagram: 'Huge responsibility' to protect young people They want it to be the "safest, most accepting place".
"30.11.2016 15:54:49" bbc.co.uk Trump is an "absolute fighter", says Tom Price The man now tasked with repealing Obamacare.
"30.11.2016 15:28:49" bbc.co.uk Tony Blair: 'People don't believe my regret' MPs are holding a Commons debate on whether to trigger a parliamentary investigation into whether Tony Blair misled the Commons in the run-up to the Iraq war. In July, the day after the Chilcot report, John Humphrys pressed Mr Blair over his decision.
"30.11.2016 14:45:10" Meet The Author: Jodie Picoult Meet The Author: Jodi Picoult talks about her new novel 'Small Great Things' and she reflects on Donald Trump's campaign and racism in the USA.
Listen to the podcast here: http://bbc.in/2gk2fxQ
"30.11.2016 14:23:06" NHS boss on ambulance service problems Ambulance services are struggling to reach seriously ill and injured patients quickly enough. NHS England's Keith Willett explains the difficulties and how they are trying to solve them.
"30.11.2016 08:05:17" bbc.co.uk CIA chief warns Trump over scrapping Iran deal It would be the "height of folly" and "disastrous", says John Brennan.
"30.11.2016 07:03:32" bbc.co.uk Philip Morris could stop making conventional cigarettes Their new product heats rather than burns tobacco.
"30.11.2016 06:41:34" bbc.co.uk Listen live and read the running order On today's programme:
- Are UK ambulance services at breaking point?
- Is this the end of cigarettes as we know them?
- The man taking Stalin to court for the murder of his great-grandfather
"29.11.2016 19:40:05" bbc.co.uk Newsreader Mark Austin reveals daughter's anorexia battle He says his daughter was "shrinking before our eyes".
"29.11.2016 19:36:07" bbc.co.uk Brexit: Can you have your cake and eat it? A quantum physicist explains what Brexit has to do with Schrödinger's cat.
"29.11.2016 18:41:18" bbc.co.uk Hindu Forum: Animal products in £5 "unacceptable" "Even diamonds can be created artificially"
"29.11.2016 16:19:54" The ITN newsreader Mark Austin talks about how his daughter changed due to anorexia and depression.
"29.11.2016 14:15:17" bbc.co.uk How will government give 'stronger voice' to workers? We're not going to 'overturn a successful system which has had the confidence of investors around the world'.
"29.11.2016 13:53:02" bbc.co.uk Watching my son battle OCD "I just couldn't help him".
"29.11.2016 13:26:39" bbc.co.uk 'Teachers worried my self-harm was contagious' The isolation felt by a 14-year-old girl with bipolar disorder.
"29.11.2016 11:15:10" bbc.co.uk Author of What a Fish Knows says fish are 'intelligent and emotional' Fish are rather like "the human condition".
"29.11.2016 09:51:52" bbc.co.uk The business secretary plans to reform executive pay Executive pay should be "performance-related."
"29.11.2016 09:29:59" bbc.co.uk Experts clash over Beethoven manuscript authenticity Batons at dawn
"29.11.2016 07:24:09" Usain Bolt says doping cheats should be given life bans "If you got the cheat, put in life bans, get these guys out of the sport," Usain Bolt thinks we should come down hard on doping in athletics.
"29.11.2016 06:40:10" bbc.co.uk Listen live and read the running order Today's big questions:
- How will the government tackle corporate excess?
- What does the election of new UKIP leader Paul Nuttall mean for Labour?
- Were we wrong about fish being unintelligent creatures?
"28.11.2016 21:32:55" bbc.co.uk Radio event felt like 'being in my own wake' BBC Radio 4's Steve Hewlett was diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus. He recently took part in an evening looking back at his career.
"28.11.2016 19:19:38" bbc.co.uk Podcast: 'The intensity of the applause made my spine tingle' Steve Hewlett, who has been diagnosed with cancer, talks about an event in his honour.
"28.11.2016 18:08:25" bbc.co.uk Are you smarter than a 10-year-old? See if you know the meaning of some of Rhea's favourite words.
"28.11.2016 17:45:37" bbc.co.uk How will Trump seek to unite the US? Conservatives and liberals agree inequality is a big problem.
"28.11.2016 17:23:59" bbc.co.uk Dan Jarvis: UKIP could 'pose threat' to Labour Labour's MP for Barnsley Central says the party needs to "be mindful" of UKIP.
"28.11.2016 15:46:22" bbc.co.uk Is this the greatest boxing comeback of all time? After a near fatal car crash which broke his neck Vinny Paz returned to boxing with four screws and a metal halo attached to his head. His story is now being told in the new Martin Scorsese film BLEED FOR THIS.
"28.11.2016 15:24:04" bbc.co.uk Diane Abbott on the threat of UKIP to Labour. "There are real issues of disaffection".
"28.11.2016 14:56:26" bbc.co.uk David Petraeus: I would serve under Trump The prominent US general is meeting Donald Trump on Monday afternoon as a potential contender to be the next secretary of state.
"28.11.2016 11:00:02" bbc.co.uk Labour showing 'ambivalence' since anti-Semitism inquiry The chairman of the equalities watchdog has warned politicians not to 'legitimise hate'.
"28.11.2016 10:39:50" bbc.co.uk How Rocky began the art of the boxing ring walk "If I was getting up for the big fight, this is how I'd feel".
"28.11.2016 09:27:36" The Today Programme Ed Balls ... Nick Robinson ... Gangnam Style
Need we say more? Ed Balls might be gone from BBC Strictly Come Dancing but this moment with Nick Robinson will forever live on...
"28.11.2016 09:21:26" bbc.co.uk Fallon: 'We will start Brexit negotiations in spring' Defence secretary says legal battle over Brexit will be resolved quickly.
"28.11.2016 07:37:38" bbc.co.uk UNHCR spokesperson describes the severity of the humanitarian crisis in Aleppo Aleppo situation 'beyond imagination.'
"28.11.2016 06:47:32" bbc.co.uk Listen live and read the running order On today's programme:
- Defence Secretary Michael Fallon discusses European security, Donald Trump and Brexit
- Former French Prime Minister Francois Fillon has become the centre-right Republican Party's candidate for next year's presidential election.
"27.11.2016 14:57:52" bbc.co.uk Labour showing 'ambivalence' since anti-Semitism inquiry The chairman of the equalties watchdog has warned politicians not to 'legitimise hate'.
"26.11.2016 17:37:07" bbc.co.uk Cuban-American Congressman on Castro's death The "psychological weight" of Castro on Cubans "cannot be underestimated"
"26.11.2016 09:37:00" bbc.co.uk Ken Livingstone: Castro was giant of the 20th century He defends the Cuban leader against charges of repression.
"26.11.2016 08:34:57" bbc.co.uk Does that tune sound a little tinny in your ears? We're all missing out listening to MP3 music.
"26.11.2016 08:13:21" bbc.co.uk "After a while, it's water off a duck's back." The truth about Bob Dylan and the Judas heckle - by Robbie Robertson
"26.11.2016 07:53:04" Music producer Trevor Horn gives us a lesson in sound quality.
Listen to more here: http://bbc.in/2fp1kbl
"25.11.2016 14:48:06" bbc.co.uk Don't promise 2nd Brexit vote now - Lilley "That would be a real own goal."
"25.11.2016 13:42:46" bbc.co.uk Jilly Cooper says footballers should have more fun "It's extraordinary, this puritanical age".
"25.11.2016 12:00:06" bbc.co.uk Peter Mandelson says final Brexit deal needs approval Mandelson: Take another look at Brexit
"25.11.2016 11:37:17" bbc.co.uk Iceland launches legal action against supermarket Iceland v Iceland - a cold war between supermarket and country.
"25.11.2016 11:11:53" Football's £100m hippy Meet football's £100m hippy...
"25.11.2016 10:33:49" One step closer to a super-computer? Has Winfried Hensinger from University of Sussex found the answer to creating a quantum computer?
"25.11.2016 09:54:25" bbc.co.uk Scotland Yard admits child abuse cases "inadequately" handled "There are clear issues we need to address."
"25.11.2016 07:06:45" bbc.co.uk David Walliams: Why writing books is so rewarding "I feel I should give up comedy and just concentrate on children's writing."
"25.11.2016 06:25:25" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Scotland Yard criticised for its handling of child sex abuse cases.
- Should someone wearing a fake military medal be prosecuted?
- Will you be bargain hunting in the Black Friday sales today?
"24.11.2016 19:45:39" bbc.co.uk The 50-year-old scientific theory that is wrong Scientist proves that the theory of hot water freezing faster than cold water is a fallacy.
"24.11.2016 17:54:58" bbc.co.uk Dr Jill Stein: US election was 'riddled with hacking' The woman demanding a US Election recount.
"24.11.2016 14:14:12" bbc.co.uk 'Misdiagnosis left my son disabled' The mother whose son nearly died after a misdiagnosis by Royal Oldham and North Manchester hospitals.
"24.11.2016 13:55:32" bbc.co.uk NHS Providers 'very disappointed' over social care NHS Providers: Social care "simply not funded adequately".
"24.11.2016 11:31:57" Olympic gold medallist Duncan Goodhew on the perfect stroke Should you swim with your fingers tight together or spread slightly apart? Olympic gold medallist Duncan Goodhew explains which technique could make you the next, well, him...
"24.11.2016 11:10:14" bbc.co.uk Abuse of young players may still be happening The chief executive of the Professional Footballers' Association says we must protect the next generation of young players.
"24.11.2016 09:43:58" bbc.co.uk Chancellor Philip Hammond defends his 'gloomy' Autumn Statement 'We could either go on aiming for a surplus and that would mean squeezing the economy much harder or accept its going to take a couple of years longer.'
"24.11.2016 07:45:41" bbc.co.uk Robbie Robertson was in Dylan's band when he was famously jeered for going electric The real story of Bob Dylan and the Judas heckle as told by Robbie Robertson
"24.11.2016 07:19:07" bbc.co.uk Nato chief: Trump told me he backs alliance "The United States will remain strongly committed to Nato."
"24.11.2016 06:28:56" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Phillip Hammond on his Autumn Statement.
- The FA respond to further claims of child abuse by coaches.
- We speak to The Band's Robbie Robertson about touring with Dylan.
"23.11.2016 20:33:55" bbc.co.uk How strong is right-wing extremism in the UK? More fragmented, but also more unpredictable says Professor Matthew Goodwin.
"23.11.2016 15:15:02" bbc.co.uk Raab: 'Growth is stronger than expected' Conservative MP Dominic Raab says the UK economy has proved more resilient. Conservative MP Dominic Raab says the UK economy has proved more resilient than the pessimistic forecasts.
"23.11.2016 14:33:10" bbc.co.uk Glenys Kinnock pays tribute to her friend, Jo Cox. "Jo would have said: don't mourn, just organise".
"23.11.2016 14:18:32" David Cox on why abolishing letting fees won't work "The people who are going to be losing out the most will be the tenants."
Managing director of the ARLA - Association of Residential Letting Agents, David Cox, says the evidence suggests letting costs will be passed onto tenants.
"23.11.2016 12:31:39" BBC News Watch LIVE as Chancellor Philip Hammond delivers his #AutumnStatement. Join The Today Programme presenter and our former political editor Nick Robinson along with our business correspondent Joe Lynam in the comments below as they provide live analysis.
"23.11.2016 12:01:56" The Today Programme Nick Robinson reports from Essex, where the chancellor used to sell cars.
"23.11.2016 11:04:43" bbc.co.uk Lettings agent says tenants will pay the price for ban on fees "Rents will rise."
"23.11.2016 08:58:52" bbc.co.uk The former work and pensions secretary addresses the merits of the chancellor's plans Raising the tax threshold a "down payment".
"23.11.2016 07:35:08" bbc.co.uk Hammond primed to give the UK its MOT Nick Robinson reports from Essex, where the chancellor used to sell cars.
"23.11.2016 07:12:28" bbc.co.uk General David Petraeus: I would serve under Trump "The only response can be yes, Mr President."
"23.11.2016 06:49:26" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond will deliver his Autumn Statement.
- Former director of the CIA David Petraeus on President-elect Donald Trump.
- A rare poem by Anne Frank is to be auctioned off in the Netherlands.
"22.11.2016 19:49:56" bbc.co.uk The codeword that tells bar staff you need help Feeling unsafe on a date? Ask for Angela.
"22.11.2016 18:03:10" bbc.co.uk How to treat phobias without thinking of them A new therapy could help people suffering from phobias and post-traumatic stress disorder.
"22.11.2016 14:08:13" bbc.co.uk UKIP's Helmer: Farage would be "fantastic" ambassador "I don't think there's any other man or woman in Britain so well-placed".
"22.11.2016 13:47:35" Meirion Thomas on NHS and ID Do you think NHS patients should have to show ID to be treated? Meirion Thomas, a top cancer surgeon, does...
"22.11.2016 13:28:18" bbc.co.uk Should you talk about having cancer? BBC Radio 4's Steve Hewlett was diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus earlier this year. He says there was no down side for him to speaking publicly about his illness.
"22.11.2016 12:51:18" bbc.co.uk Opera in a maximum security prison “I've never felt more proven right about the power of music.”
"22.11.2016 10:30:27" bbc.co.uk Should NHS patients have to show their passport? "I want to go as far as a passport and utility bill," says former cancer surgeon.
"22.11.2016 07:35:51" bbc.co.uk Brewer: Trump 'connected with the people' The former governor of Arizona hopes the President-elect will "do as he has pledged".
"22.11.2016 07:12:50" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Should patients be required to show passports before they are seen, to tackle 'health tourism'?
- Will Nigel Farage be the next UK ambassador to the US?
- What would it be like to hear for the very first time?
"22.11.2016 06:47:19" bbc.co.uk Meeting the Jams Coast to coast with the people "just about managing".
"21.11.2016 19:22:41" bbc.co.uk 'I see my condition as a bit of a story' Steve Hewlett, who has cancer, discusses the benefits of talking openly about his illness.
"21.11.2016 18:44:50" bbc.co.uk Would you change career in your fifties? For some the leap seems too daunting.
"21.11.2016 14:16:45" bbc.co.uk The CBI on representing workers on company boards "There are other ways of doing it"
"21.11.2016 13:29:58" Animator regenerates Doctor Who episodes lost for 50 years #powerofthedaleks
Find out more: http://bbc.in/2fjoOlq
"21.11.2016 13:21:34" Ken Baker on political satire British politician Kenneth Baker, who was caricatured as a slug in a television satire show, tells Donald J. Trump he has made a mistake in reacting to how Saturday Night Live is portraying him.
"21.11.2016 12:04:58" Michael Parkinson on Muhammad Ali "You wanted somehow to cuddle him."
Er, we're not so sure we'd want to do the same to Muhammad Ali.
"21.11.2016 11:06:40" bbc.co.uk Business Secretary says PM will introduce ways workers 'might be represented' on boards Is the government rowing back on plans to put workers on boards?
"21.11.2016 10:45:30" bbc.co.uk Former pensions minister says system is broken The social care system "a bit of a lottery."
"21.11.2016 09:04:54" Parkinson: Andy Murray is up there with the greatest Is Andy Murray Britain's greatest sportsman? Sir Michael Parkinson gives his verdict.
"21.11.2016 08:50:01" bbc.co.uk Jake Yapp imagines the Queen and the builders What will happen when the builders enter Buckingham Palace?
"21.11.2016 08:28:08" bbc.co.uk Former FT columnist, Lucy Kellaway, wants people to swap the boardroom for the classroom. The aim is to get people who have had "brilliant, successful careers at roughly the point I'm at, to become teachers now."
"21.11.2016 06:53:00" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Theresa May will make her first speech to the CBI conference this morning. How will she be received by businesses?
- Francois Fillon is now the surprise front-runner for the French centre-right presidential candidacy after winning
"19.11.2016 18:55:33" The two very different worlds of @edballs.
"19.11.2016 12:01:06" bbc.co.uk How has Buckingham Palace changed over the years? Writer Daisy Goodwin describes some of the previous reasons for renovating Buckingham Palace.
"19.11.2016 10:08:21" bbc.co.uk 'Uncertainty is not good for the country' “Ex-Cabinet minister Owen Paterson on the Brexit Supreme Court appeal”
"19.11.2016 09:01:25" The two very different worlds of @edballs.
"19.11.2016 08:52:26" bbc.co.uk Drop Brexit case appeal, senior Tories urge May The Supreme Court hears the appeal next month.
"19.11.2016 07:42:12" bbc.co.uk Letwin: Government should abandon Brexit appeal Better to settle things quickly in Parliament than returning to court, he says.
"19.11.2016 07:13:37" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Leading Conservatives have called on Theresa May to abandon plans to appeal the High Court ruling giving MPs a vote on Brexit.
- The government will announce new plans to protect children from online porn.
- Did a game of football
"18.11.2016 18:07:10" Meet The Author: Cecilia Ahern Cecelia Ahern talks to Rebecca Jones about her new book Lyrebird: http://bbc.in/2f7aERa
"18.11.2016 17:46:00" bbc.co.uk The shocking world of Malawi's 'hyenas' A BBC documentary sparked an investigation into the men hired to have sex with children.
"18.11.2016 17:39:12" The British racing driver Jolyon Palmer describes what goes through your mind during a high speed crash.
"18.11.2016 17:18:16" From salsa and disco to supply and demand. The two very different worlds of Ed Balls.
"18.11.2016 15:54:59" bbc.co.uk 'Beards are a symbol of manliness' How the Victorians patented some mechanical whiskers.
"18.11.2016 15:26:05" bbc.co.uk Is Donald Trump ruling like a Roman? The President-elect has been compared to the Roman emperor Caligula.
"18.11.2016 14:10:56" Aled Jones explains why he was kept from the Christmas 1985 No... So why was Aled Jones Official and Walking in the Air kept off the No.1 slot in 1985?
"18.11.2016 10:51:06" bbc.co.uk Is the UK's aid budget generous, or a waste of money? "If you can save a life, you should save a life".
"18.11.2016 09:53:28" Terminally ill teen wins right to be cryogenically frozen. "She referred to the judge as Mr. Hero, Peter Jackson."
A 14-year-old girl who was terminally ill with cancer won her case to be cryogenically frozen. Zoe Fleetwood was her lawyer and explains her client's reaction on hearing the news.
"18.11.2016 09:26:09" bbc.co.uk Raymond Stevenson, chair of Shirley Oakes Survivors explains why they are pulling out of abuse inquiry "We believed we were going to get justice."
"18.11.2016 08:28:30" bbc.co.uk President-elect is "going through an education" "Trump will conclude Putin is a thug."
"18.11.2016 06:50:03" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme
- A 14-year-old girl who wanted her body to be frozen in the hope she could be brought back to life won an historic legal fight shortly before her death.
- The psychologist pioneering the study of 'false memories' who worked on cases
"17.11.2016 22:18:49" bbc.co.uk Glasper: Battling 'the jazz police' The Grammy Award-winning American jazz pianist and record producer Robert Glasper talks about making jazz that sounds like 2016.
"17.11.2016 19:30:53" bbc.co.uk UKIP: 'It is very close to a witch-hunt' A European Parliament group dominated by UKIP MEPs has denied claims it misspent EU funds on UK campaigns.
"17.11.2016 19:29:21" bbc.co.uk The designer of the paper bike helmet Isis Shiffer has won the international James Dyson Award for her design.
"17.11.2016 19:11:53" bbc.co.uk Balls: I am coming down on a rope in Blackpool "If you've got a bet on me, I'd cash out".
"17.11.2016 17:54:12" bbc.co.uk Are you guilty of "bystander apathy"? The woman who took on bullying in the NHS.
"17.11.2016 17:01:47" bbc.co.uk Matthew Bourne talks about his new ballet The Red Shoes It's been twenty years in the making but now The Red Shoes comes to the stage choreographed by Matthew Bourne's New Adventures.
"17.11.2016 14:41:11" Charlotte Cumming speaks about her grandmother's care. "That infection should have been noticed sooner than when she was found barely conscious in her bedroom"
Alzheimer's Society says one in three home care workers have no dementia training. This is Charlotte Cumming. Her grandmother became unwell after
"17.11.2016 14:21:00" Ed Balls teached Nick Robinson Gangnam Style Ed Balls ... Nick Robinson ... Gangnam Style
Need we say more?
"17.11.2016 14:07:31" bbc.co.uk The origins of surnames in Britain and Ireland revealed Are you a Twelvetrees or an Edgoose?
"17.11.2016 12:41:20" bbc.co.uk Aviva operations director welcomes new government plans on whiplash claims "When compensation is payable, it won't be payable without a medical report."
"17.11.2016 11:03:12" Ed Balls teaches Nick Robinson Gangnam Style Ed Balls ... Nick Robinson ... Gangnam Style
Need we say more?
"17.11.2016 09:53:17" BBC Breakfast The Today Programme presenter Nick Robinson had a bronchial carcinoid tumour removed in 2015, BBC Radio 4 Media Show presenter Steve Hewlett was diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus in March.
They met to talk about what it means to be a man living You can download all of Steve Hewlett's interviews with Eddie Mair on PM here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04gbl1h
"17.11.2016 07:31:14" bbc.co.uk Hospitals targeted by Russian airstrikes "The supplies for medical facilities will finish soon; in not more than two weeks."
"17.11.2016 07:14:05" bbc.co.uk Truss urged to 'get a grip' on minimum-term inmates The prisons inspector and Michael Gove both want prisoners released.
"17.11.2016 06:52:42" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
1 – More than 3000 prisoners in England and Wales are trapped in jail beyond the end of the end of their minimum term due to Imprisonment for Public Protection (IPP) sentences.
2 – Millions of motorists could see their car insurance
"16.11.2016 21:06:53" bbc.co.uk Carrie's 40 year old secret Carrie Fisher had an affair with Harrison Ford on the set of Star Wars.
"16.11.2016 19:54:35" bbc.co.uk What will North Korea make of the BBC? What's it like broadcasting in an apparently hostile country?
"16.11.2016 19:29:11" bbc.co.uk What it is like being a bully A former bully explains why he started bullying others at secondary school.
"16.11.2016 19:08:41" bbc.co.uk Leave voters 'want UK to stay in Single Market' A new poll says most people like the current trade relationship with the EU.
"16.11.2016 18:47:51" bbc.co.uk 'History is quite an elastic business' "Sometimes you will never know how it actually was", says the writer of The Crown.
"16.11.2016 12:31:15" Cockatoo creates tool to reach food Watch this! Oxford and Vienna researchers find that Goffin's Cockatoos can make and use tools out of various materials to reach a reward.
"16.11.2016 12:06:46" Ex-offender Junior Smart on teenager's attitudes to jailtime. "They feel that not only are the authorities responding to them punitively but that they lack the opportunities their white counter-parts will have."
Ex-offender Junior Smart responds to the fact that black men in England and Wales are 40% more likely to
"16.11.2016 11:38:30" bbc.co.uk Four-year-old is given bravery award for 999 call that saved her mother's life "I think mum is poorly."
"16.11.2016 11:17:42" bbc.co.uk Ex-MP considers suing police over abuse claims Former MP Harvey Proctor has consulted his solicitors about compensation.
"16.11.2016 10:17:45" bbc.co.uk Trump children to have 'informal' role 'Donald Trump very much relies on his adult children for counsel and advice and I don't think that's going to change'.
"16.11.2016 09:28:10" bbc.co.uk RSPCA official explains why removing its power of prosecution is not a good thing "I don't think it will improve animal welfare."
"16.11.2016 07:57:26" bbc.co.uk Eddie Redmayne talks about starring in Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them The story of Newt was "like being read Dickens."
"16.11.2016 06:36:14" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- What can we expect from the UK's post-Brexit relationship with Canada?
- The RSPCA should be stripped of powers to routinely prosecute animal welfare cases, say MPs
- Eddie Redmayne discusses Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts
"15.11.2016 19:21:14" bbc.co.uk Challenge of Brexit 'unprecedented' Nobody needs a memo to know Brexit is a "huge challenge", says former Cabinet minister.
"15.11.2016 19:20:06" bbc.co.uk 'We're living in a post-fact era' . Fake news sites have grown because no one checks facts anymore, says journalism professor.
"15.11.2016 18:56:00" bbc.co.uk Could an app stop a bully? Meet the designer of an anti-bullying app, and a teacher who uses it
"15.11.2016 18:55:22" bbc.co.uk Prison protest 'a cry for help' It's been a "very difficult and long day" for prison officers, says the head of their union.
"15.11.2016 16:51:53" bbc.co.uk Podcast: The effects of homelessness Two homeless people speak about their situations and the challenges they face.
"15.11.2016 14:13:39" bbc.co.uk Brexit memo rings true, says Ken Clarke Ministers need to come up with a joined-up Brexit plan, says ex-minister.
"15.11.2016 13:53:26" bbc.co.uk Gyimah: 'Illegal action makes prisons less safe' The prisons minister says there is a "game changing situation" in prisons.
"15.11.2016 12:31:23" How much does one episode of The Grand Tour cost? How much does one episode of The Grand Tour cost?
Mishal Husain spars with former Top Gear executive producer Andy Wilman to get a figure...
"15.11.2016 11:06:41" bbc.co.uk UK's Supreme Court faces Brexit limelight The justices who will soon make a critical judgement.
"15.11.2016 10:44:53" bbc.co.uk UK's Supreme Court faces Brexit limelight The justices who will soon make a critical judgement.
"15.11.2016 09:54:16" bbc.co.uk Prison chief condemns planned protest action by the Prison Officers Association Prison protest "makes things worse."
"15.11.2016 07:27:31" bbc.co.uk Bernie Sanders: We must protect rights of immigrants and women under Trump "We won't allow Trump to remove rights."
"15.11.2016 07:06:33" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The government has confirmed the route for the second phase of the high-speed rail line HS2
- We speak to Lauri Love, who is set to be extradited to the US on suspicion of hacking military and government agencies
"15.11.2016 06:30:35" bbc.co.uk Supreme Court judge: It's not about our views "We as judges apply the law."
"14.11.2016 16:08:44" Ronnie O'Sullivan: Soho and me Ronnie O'Sullivan takes us on a tour of the Soho he grew up in as a child.
Listen to the full interview here: http://bbc.in/2fyUvW8
"14.11.2016 15:14:22" bbc.co.uk 'Bunk-bed' graves unearthed at historic abbey The monks afraid of hopping through eternity if their corpse was disturbed
"14.11.2016 14:39:13" bbc.co.uk What will a Trump presidency mean for the UK? 'It is rather unnecessary to treat the election of the US president as an emergency'.
"14.11.2016 14:35:14" bbc.co.uk Former Nato chief: Europeans should pay more "I agree with not only Donald Trump but most Americans."
"14.11.2016 14:15:58" bbc.co.uk 'UK should use Farage to influence Trump' "It is worth talking to him," says ex-minister.
"14.11.2016 13:54:28" bbc.co.uk Will Trump carry out his campaign promises? The ex-head of Nato and co-chairman of Donald Trump's presidential campaign in New York State discuss.
"14.11.2016 13:31:39" bbc.co.uk Does social media polarise debate? Rohan Silva says social media acts like an "echo chamber".
"14.11.2016 10:54:31" Two lives changed by bullying Lucy Alexander, whose son Felix killed himself after being bullied, meets Ben Smith, who ran 401 marathons in a year to raise awareness of bullying - something he faced himself.
Hear the full interview here: http://bbc.in/2eSwasz
"14.11.2016 10:48:20" bbc.co.uk Rohan Silva says social media is polarising debate. Mark Zuckerberg has pledged to tackle fake news on Facebook.
"14.11.2016 10:28:03" bbc.co.uk Former Nato chief: Europeans should pay more He wants a Nato summit to be called very soon.
"14.11.2016 08:39:35" bbc.co.uk Second strong quake hits New Zealand "People just get back to normal" - Radio New Zealand reporter in Christchurch.
"14.11.2016 08:00:17" Ronnie O'Sullivan: My Soho Ronnie O'Sullivan takes us on a tour of the Soho he grew up in as a child.
Listen to the full interview here: http://bbc.in/2fOFD58
"14.11.2016 06:44:06" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Will Donald Trump's presidency undermine NATO and relations between Washington and the EU?
- The NHS leadership tried to keep plans to cut hospital services in England secret, an investigation has found.
- What is a “supermoon” and
"12.11.2016 15:13:24" bbc.co.uk Walnut's last walk "I've been inundated with calls and messages of support" says Mark Woods, whose appeal on Facebook for people to join him for one last walk with his dog Walnut before the animal is put to sleep went viral.
"12.11.2016 08:34:39" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live - Tomorrow is the first anniversary of the terror attacks in Paris, which killed 130 people. Matthew Price has been back to the Bataclan concert venue to meet survivors.
- Should anyone with a sore throat first go to their pharmacist instead of their GP
"12.11.2016 08:13:44" bbc.co.uk The Bataclan attacks remembered The photos of the man who was there on the night and has been back to the survivors.
"11.11.2016 18:25:30" bbc.co.uk Children who were in the scouts or guides grow into adults with better mental health. Why being in the guides or scouts means less anxiety when you're older.
"11.11.2016 17:44:49" bbc.co.uk Lord Lawson and Reagan's ex-speechwriter discuss Will May/Trump be anything like Thatcher/Reagan
"11.11.2016 16:30:07" Two lives devastated by bullying.
Listen to the full interview here: http://bbc.in/2fICKmk
"11.11.2016 13:57:49" bbc.co.uk Ex-CIA director and Trump adviser says you can Can trust Trump with the nuclear button?
"11.11.2016 13:17:56" bbc.co.uk Ex-MI6 chief on 'worse scenario' under Trump "I think the biggest threat is a military clash between the great powers. That could have widespread devastation."
"11.11.2016 11:24:11" bbc.co.uk How Leonard Cohen lifted Alistair Darling's financial crash gloom The Cohen concert that cheered a chancellor up.
"11.11.2016 10:21:11" Nigel Kennedy plays out the programme perfectly Watch Nigel Kennedy's unrestrained joy as he manages to time his finish just ahead of the end of programme 'pips'. (Turn your sound on)
"11.11.2016 08:58:06" Inside Amazon: An Inside Out special When you click to buy online, what happens to get your parcel to your door?
You won't believe what our investigation into agency delivery drivers for Amazon has uncovered.
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"11.11.2016 08:21:51" bbc.co.uk Ex-Senator Ted Kaufman on the security risks of a presidential transition "This is when you're the most vulnerable."
"11.11.2016 07:57:41" bbc.co.uk Hallelujah producer on the album which almost wasn't released "The record company thought it was dreadful."
How many times have you listened to the Leonard Cohen song Hallelujah? Well, it almost didn't get released.
"11.11.2016 06:58:35" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live - Donald Trump and Barack Obama met to begin the transition process. How smooth will the transition be?
- The singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen has died at the age of 82. We look back on an influential career that spanned nearly 50 years.
- England will
"10.11.2016 19:05:47" bbc.co.uk How easy will it be to overturn Obama's legacy? "President Obama's legacy truly stands on clay feet."
"10.11.2016 17:50:01" bbc.co.uk Former Bush adviser on how the transition works The inside view of a presidential handover.
"10.11.2016 16:59:30" bbc.co.uk Trump adviser: We are going to cut taxes Donald Trump's senior economic adviser says the president-elect is a "tough negotiator".
"10.11.2016 14:10:21" bbc.co.uk Rees-Mogg and Miliband clash on Trump Would Trump be good for the UK?
"10.11.2016 13:06:16" bbc.co.uk A Major General on the latest row over poppies "It should bind us together not pull us apart"
"10.11.2016 12:46:00" bbc.co.uk Wolf: Clinton's loss 'not a gender defeat' "The way she talked about gender was tone deaf." Political activist Naomi Wolf believes Hillary Clinton failed to connect with voters.
"10.11.2016 08:22:48" bbc.co.uk When Trump revealed he might run for president Remember when Donald J. Trump was only thinking about running to be president... and worried his golf resort might get in the way?
"10.11.2016 08:19:21" bbc.co.uk Former head of environmental agency says Mr Trump will try to change policy Can Donald J. Trump reverse climate policy?
"10.11.2016 07:12:05" bbc.co.uk Albright: Trump should listen to intelligence advice Madeleine K. Albright hopes now Donald J. Trump is president he will understand that "statements such as the ones he made are dangerous for the United States".
"10.11.2016 06:50:03" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Donald Trump prepares to meet President Obama in the White House.
- At least seven people are now known to have died in a tram crash in south London.
- Do monkeys hold the key for helping to restore movement in people who have
"09.11.2016 19:01:32" bbc.co.uk 19 year old Jacob and his dad Jack A disagreeing father and son react to the election result.
"09.11.2016 18:01:23" bbc.co.uk Lissa Muscatine says Hillary Clinton was the victim of a "global phenomenon" Former Clinton advisor: Why Hillary lost
"09.11.2016 17:42:16" bbc.co.uk Gallup poll chief blames "sophisticated models" What went wrong with the polls?
"09.11.2016 14:08:55" bbc.co.uk Congressman Tom Price says Trump will "bring people together" Trump is an "absolute fighter and a brawler"
"09.11.2016 11:25:35" Anne Applebaum on Donald Trump "The end of the West as we know it."
Washington Post columnist Anne Applebaum on Donald J. Trump presidency.
"09.11.2016 11:04:28" Jonathan Powell and Lord Renwick on Trump presidency. Donald Trump's presidency - isolationist, protectionist or perhaps not entirely bad news for Britain? Jonathan Powell, former adviser to Tony Blair and Lord Renwick argue it out.
"09.11.2016 10:55:11" So what will Donald J. Trump do as president? Here's a two-minute policy guide from the campaign trail.
"09.11.2016 09:38:15" bbc.co.uk 'America has voted for change' James Naughtie reflects on the result of the US election.
"09.11.2016 08:13:05" bbc.co.uk Curtis Ellis on Donald Trump's win "This is more than just an election victory, this is history."
"09.11.2016 07:59:02" BBC News "I will be a president for all Americans" - Donald J. Trump declares victory in the US presidential election http://bbc.in/2eRIgDe
"09.11.2016 07:49:08" bbc.co.uk Anthony Scaramucci: 'He wants to be a president for all Americans' "Trump wants strength, prosperity and peace for the world."
"09.11.2016 07:42:29" bbc.co.uk Simon Schama: 'Nobody has been able to control him' "We have something like an extinction event going on here."
"09.11.2016 07:08:32" BBC News US media has projected Donald J. Trump as the winner of the battleground state of Florida.
The BBC's Rajini Vaidyanathan was #LIVE in Miami getting reactions from voters.
"09.11.2016 07:04:18" BBC News If you're just waking up, you've missed a lot. So let us help you catch up. #Election2016
"09.11.2016 06:43:59" bbc.co.uk US election 2016 results: Trump wins key battleground states - BBC News Donald Trump wins the key swing states of Florida and Ohio but Hillary Clinton still has a path to the presidency. Follow the BBC's live page for the latest on US election
"09.11.2016 06:02:00" The two minute Hillary Clinton policy guide
"08.11.2016 18:33:23" bbc.co.uk Rantzen: VIP paedophile probe 'side effect of Savile' The Childline founder says a review of the Met's investigation into VIP paedophile claims was important.
"08.11.2016 18:24:01" bbc.co.uk American pollster explains 'imperfect science' of polling What do the final opinion polls tell us about the likely outcome of the US election?
"08.11.2016 17:48:34" bbc.co.uk Dad supports Trump, son campaigns for Clinton 'You can't kick out family because of their beliefs'
"08.11.2016 15:43:38" bbc.co.uk Stan Greenberg: The Democrats are more united Bill Clinton's campaign pollster says "the Democrats are beginning to move".
"08.11.2016 14:51:21" bbc.co.uk Ex-Republican candidate Michelle Bacmann on Trump "The Democrats are committing voter fraud."
"08.11.2016 14:22:31" bbc.co.uk Greville Janner's son on the allegations against his father "My father remains an innocent person."
"08.11.2016 14:01:54" bbc.co.uk US election special - Hear a round up of today's election discussion If you're gearing up to pull an all-nighter, get our podcast of everything US election here:
"08.11.2016 13:18:42" bbc.co.uk Clinton's strategist says they've a 'better operation' "We're playing offense all across the map"
"08.11.2016 12:32:19" Jeremy the left snail finds a mate Jeremy's journey from lonely 'lefty' to loved-up mollusc.
"08.11.2016 11:15:52" The two minute Donald J. Trump policy guide.
"08.11.2016 10:37:04" bbc.co.uk Sir Jimmy Young 'rode a difficult path' Presenter Ken Bruce remembers his former Radio 2 colleague Sir Jimmy Young.
"08.11.2016 09:41:42" bbc.co.uk Has Jeremy the 'lefty' snail found love? Love at first sight for Jeremy, now is it time for "traumatic insemination" aka snail love?
"08.11.2016 08:51:16" bbc.co.uk The Daily Beast's Tina Brown says the campaign has been beset with misogyny "Trump has empowered the lout in everybody."
"08.11.2016 07:30:10" bbc.co.uk Lampard: I'm fascinated by Trump The footballer talks American life, the US election and Donald Trump.
"08.11.2016 07:08:26" Timeline Photos We asked for your help in finding a mate for Jeremy, the "lefty" snail. We are delighted to announce that love is in the air...
Here is a reminder of why he needed your help: http://bbc.in/2eFCgzP
"08.11.2016 06:45:12" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The key to the US election will lie in the battleground states. How will they fall?
- Was Sports Direct spying on a group of MPs?
- We asked for your help finding Jeremy the snail a mate. Has he found true love?
"07.11.2016 19:16:54" bbc.co.uk Steve Hewlett: Dealing with cancer treatment "Wearing a Paxman gave me a worse headache than (Jeremy) ever managed"
"07.11.2016 19:07:21" bbc.co.uk Hitler's wife's knickers sold at auction for nearly £3,000 "I've certainly never handled anyone's pants before" says the auctioneer at the sale.
"07.11.2016 17:01:44" bbc.co.uk Wedding Dancer, the work dismissed as a copy has now been recognised as a real Brueghel. Who is Pieter Brueghel the Younger?
"07.11.2016 16:28:28" bbc.co.uk James Naughtie on the campaign finale Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are making a final push for votes before election day.
"07.11.2016 15:58:43" bbc.co.uk Ex-CIA boss on end of Clinton investigation General Michael Hayden says it is hard to imagine FBI director Jim Comey "getting himself or the bureau into a worse place than they are now".
"07.11.2016 14:20:05" CEO Secrets: Alex Depledge 'My husband found me on the floor in hysterics, in floods of tears'. Have you had to overcome self-doubt at work? www.bbc.in/ceo-secrets
"07.11.2016 14:03:56" bbc.co.uk One of Obama's favourite writers on the US election. 'I would crawl over broken glass to vote Clinton'
"07.11.2016 11:17:10" Suzanne Evans on judges under democratic control "I think there is a debate to be had about whether or not judges should be subject to some kind of democratic control." - UKIP leadership contender, Suzanne Evans UKIP
"07.11.2016 10:53:46" A US-backed Kurdish and Arab force says it has begun an operation to capture the Syrian city of Raqqa from so-called Islamic State. Earlier this year we ran these animated diaries of a Syrian man living inside the city: http://bbc.in/2eEFfZq
"07.11.2016 10:40:16" BBC Radio 4 Why do Americans love their flag?
"07.11.2016 09:14:44" bbc.co.uk Suzanne Evans questions the legitimacy of High Court Brexit ruling "Judges should come under some sort of democratic control."
"07.11.2016 08:51:03" bbc.co.uk Tesco Bank chief says customers will not lose money Around 20,000 Tesco Bank customers hit by fraud.
"07.11.2016 08:25:09" bbc.co.uk DNC member Christine Pelosi accuses FBI of leaks over emails FBI investigation "was nine days wasted".
"07.11.2016 08:04:38" bbc.co.uk The diver who may have found a nuclear bomb Has a missing World War 2 nuclear bomb just been found?
"07.11.2016 06:39:25" bbc.co.uk Read today's running order and listen live On today's programme:
- David Davis will today set out the government's plans on what happens next with the Brexit process.
- Could Thalidomide victims be nearing the end of their battle for compensation?
- Author Michael Frayn on the story of the
"06.11.2016 09:11:08" Should you apply makeup on the train?
"06.11.2016 08:19:14" bbc.co.uk Lord Heseltine: I did not strangle a dog to death So it was a shaggy dog story...
"05.11.2016 17:45:14" Hope this is a weekend for a nice autumn stroll. National Trust head gardener Alan Power judges PM listeners' best photos of the season.
"05.11.2016 12:15:08" bbc.co.uk The Mexican journalist who took on Trump Jorge Ramos on what Donald Trump's candidacy means for the Latino community.
"05.11.2016 08:11:17" bbc.co.uk Do we still need shorthand? A tale squiggles and slashes.
"05.11.2016 07:16:25" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Hear the latest on Aleppo after Russia and Syria's 10 hour ceasefire in the city ended.
- The polls are tightening in the final days of the US elections, but should the Clinton campaign be worried?
- Has the poppy debate gone too
"04.11.2016 19:29:48" bbc.co.uk Former FA chief says principles more important than points "We have to stick with our principles."
"04.11.2016 18:55:36" Dave the record breaking earthworm This is Dave, he's a record-breaking earthworm
"04.11.2016 18:14:14" bbc.co.uk Grayson Perry talks to James Naughtie about his book The Descent of Man Meet the Author: Grayson Perry.
"04.11.2016 17:31:14" bbc.co.uk Those wishing to evacuate "need a guarantee" from the UN Aleppo doctor fears hospital bombings overnight.
"04.11.2016 17:10:23" bbc.co.uk Steven Brandon - the actor with Down's syndrome Star of My Feral Heart, who has Down's syndrome, says he hopes his next role will be on Eastenders.
"04.11.2016 12:14:43" Alan Moore on capitalism V for Vendetta author Alan Moore takes us to what he believes is the "birthplace of capitalism".
"04.11.2016 10:42:42" Clegg v Villiers on Brexit High Court ruling It was Clegg v Villiers over the Brexit High Court ruling this morning. But was Nick right to say Theresa was "swinging at windmills"?
"04.11.2016 09:22:07" bbc.co.uk Baroness Scotland: No expenses extravagance "There are no chandeliers, no marble fireplaces."
"04.11.2016 09:12:02" bbc.co.uk The future of the Yazidis in Iraq "The men were killed, and the women and children taken."
"04.11.2016 07:43:48" bbc.co.uk Anthony Scaramucci on Donald Trump for president "This is a guy who can run the country."
"04.11.2016 06:41:46" bbc.co.uk Read today's running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Does the High Court ruling that parliament must vote on Brexit mean Theresa May's March 2017 deadline to trigger Article 50 will not happen?
- Today Russia will allow safe exit routes for rebels and civilians in Aleppo. Hear the
"03.11.2016 18:48:30" bbc.co.uk Ken Clarke: Theresa is the 'difficult' PM we need The pro-EU former Conservative chancellor says the cabinet need to agree on a line to pursue.
"03.11.2016 15:12:07" Cruddas: Brexit 'insurrection' challenges Labour Labour's former policy co-ordinator Jon Cruddas says the party is on "a journey of self discovery" after Brexit.
"03.11.2016 14:00:20" bbc.co.uk French 'ambassador': We want to lure UK firms "This is not about punishment (for Brexit)."
"03.11.2016 13:43:04" Making chemistry lessons go with a bang What happens when we invite a scientist to do experiments in our studio?
"03.11.2016 12:37:02" bbc.co.uk Shadow Brexit Secretary says Parliament should get a vote. The PM is trying "to avoid scrutiny" on Brexit
"03.11.2016 12:11:42" bbc.co.uk New Hampshire: Where Trump's race took off In the primaries, it was where Trump first won and Clinton lost.
"03.11.2016 10:46:01" bbc.co.uk Can politicians be funny? Listen to highlights from The Spectator Parliamentarian of the Year awards and decide.
"03.11.2016 08:48:50" bbc.co.uk Former FA chief says principles more important than points "We have to stick with our principles."
"03.11.2016 07:29:47" Timeline Photos We're conducting a little science experiment in studio this morning. What are your memories of science lessons from school?
"03.11.2016 07:01:01" Iain Duncan Smith reviews I, Daniel Blake Jeremy Corbyn has advised Theresa May to see the new film I, Daniel Blake. He wants her to put an end to what he termed "institutionalised barbarity against vulnerable people."
But what did one former Work and Pensions Secretary, Iain Duncan Smith,
"03.11.2016 06:48:52" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Hear from the Justice Secretary Liz Truss on her plans to improve prison safety following talks yesterday with the Prisons Officers' Association.
- What will happen to Iraq's borders if the government successfully push out
"02.11.2016 21:02:03" bbc.co.uk Why are schools exploding chemicals? Controlled explosions of 2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazine have been happening at schools around the country. On Thursday's programme, we'll be talking about the chemistry experiments which will blow children's minds but still get past today's health and safety
"02.11.2016 15:08:38" bbc.co.uk Do we still need shorthand? Hear how shorthand saved former Times political editor Philip Webster's neck in one of the biggest interviews of his career with Tony Blair in 2006.
"02.11.2016 14:45:36" bbc.co.uk Ex-inmate tells of violence inside as minister starts talks with prison officers Ex-inmate tells of violence inside as justice secretary starts talks with prison officers 'There was violence in my prison almost daily'
"02.11.2016 14:20:23" bbc.co.uk The sound of air pollution Your guide to air pollution levels around the world.
"02.11.2016 14:00:13" bbc.co.uk Prison officer speaks out about the state of prisons ahead of talks "We're running out of time to save our prison service."
"02.11.2016 13:29:06" How fast do the journalists write? Can you write faster than a former newspaper editor?
"02.11.2016 12:54:03" bbc.co.uk Using phones while driving is 'epidemic' It should be as "socially unacceptable as drink driving" says RAC spokesman.
"02.11.2016 11:56:17" UKIP donor Arron Banks on Farage as leader "Losing Nigel has made the pressure cooker explode" - donor Arron Banks' assessment of the UKIP leadership contest
"02.11.2016 10:25:09" BBC Radio 4 How The Stars and Stripes became an emotional symbol of a nation.
"02.11.2016 09:35:30" bbc.co.uk The chemical 2,4-DNP is being checked by schools Why controlled explosions are being carried out in some schools.
"02.11.2016 08:31:35" bbc.co.uk Victims of child sexual exploitation share their experience "He gave me drugs and I thought he loved me."
"02.11.2016 06:58:30" bbc.co.uk How IS propaganda units deal with defeats Civilians in Mosul explain how the so-called Islamic State group are making grand claims about victories in Kirkuk.
"02.11.2016 06:38:10" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Hear the latest in the build up to next week's US elections.
- Are women from Northern Ireland being unlawfully denied abortions on the NHS in England?
- The Duke of Edinburgh is its president, but have you heard of the Guinea Pig
"01.11.2016 19:57:45" bbc.co.uk Can household appliances be hacked? Connecting your household items to the internet could leave you at risk.
"01.11.2016 15:58:59" Life-saving roadside assistance Why London's Air Ambulance won their #PrideofBritain award - Dr. Simon Walsh describes their life-saving medical technique.
"01.11.2016 15:48:03" This looks familiar... Jared Harris on how Professor Moriarty's study from the Sherlock Holmes movie became a royal venue in Netflix's The Crown.
"01.11.2016 13:44:43" bbc.co.uk Lord Heseltine: I did not strangle a dog to death "He went quite limp and reverted to being the dog we all knew and loved."
"01.11.2016 13:40:07" bbc.co.uk Iraqi wives at risk as husbands detained Across Iraq male refugees of 15 or over are being taken away for questioning to make sure they aren't undercover terrorists.
"01.11.2016 11:40:56" bbc.co.uk CFS could be treated by cognitive behavioural therapy online "I was off school for a year."
Hear how one teenage girl suffered from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
"01.11.2016 11:03:14" bbc.co.uk Johnny Marr reviews The Smiths section at Manchester's Central Library The Smiths guitarist is a no-holds barred literary critic.
"01.11.2016 10:39:48" Sir Tim Berners-Lee on cybersecurity threat Who better than the inventor of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, to give a lesson in cyber security.
"01.11.2016 10:31:43" bbc.co.uk Rudd decision 'disrespectful' to families Judicial review of Orgreave inquiry decision being considered.
"01.11.2016 07:53:19" bbc.co.uk Johnny Marr on 5 years of The Smiths "Isn't 5 years of being in a great band good enough?"
"01.11.2016 06:57:36" bbc.co.uk The police having transgender training It's part of an effort to do more to tackle hate crimes.
"01.11.2016 06:35:09" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The largest clinical trial ever undertaken into Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is being launched. What do the researchers hope to achieve?
- Following Amber Rudd's announcement yesterday, what is the future of the Orgreave
"31.10.2016 19:01:32" bbc.co.uk Podcast: Should I pay for the new drug? Radio 4's Steve Hewlett was diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus. He talks about the decision to pay for additional cancer treatment.
"31.10.2016 18:03:08" Pregnant women in England will soon be offered a non-invasive test for Down's syndrome, the government has confirmed. In May, actress Sally Phillips, whose son has Down's syndrome, told us of her ethical concerns. In full: http://bbc.in/2e5PoKU
"31.10.2016 16:26:42" bbc.co.uk Johnny Marr reviews The Smiths section at Manchester's Central Library On Tuesday's programme Johnny Marr gives an exclusive interview about his new autobiography.
Here is a quick teaser to get you started.
"31.10.2016 14:25:03" bbc.co.uk Unesco says relief money should be spent on reinforcing buildings Italy's heritage 'must be earthquake proofed'
"31.10.2016 12:26:14" Autumn at Stourhead with head gardener Alan Power
"31.10.2016 11:58:08" The prof of goth on the origin of vampires Vampires are more real than you think... the "Prof of Goth", Nick Groom, explains their gory origin
"31.10.2016 10:22:44" bbc.co.uk Should 'fix rooms' for addicts be introduced in the UK? "We need to do more to keep drug addicts alive."
"31.10.2016 10:09:25" bbc.co.uk New CBBC drama 'Just a Girl' provokes debate over transgender issues Should children be made aware of transgender issues?
"31.10.2016 08:49:40" bbc.co.uk Daniel Hannan MEP says Mark Carney should stick to brief Should the 'rock-star banker' just stick to his brief?
"31.10.2016 08:34:11" bbc.co.uk 'My time gets taken keeping myself alive' Josie Evans has a neurological condition which causes pain all over her body, and is allergic to "pretty much everything".
"31.10.2016 07:37:11" bbc.co.uk Sarah Wollaston: Real NHS spending figure is £4.5bn 'Government wrong on NHS spending'
"31.10.2016 07:00:52" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Can we expect welfare spending to rise? We speak live to Work and Pensions secretary Damian Green
- Should "fix rooms" for addicts to safely inject drugs be established across the UK?
- What is the real story behind vampires?
"29.10.2016 06:30:39" Edward Reeves Photography and WWI Edward Reeves Photography in Lewes, East Sussex was set up in 1858. It is exhibiting 80 unseen photographs of life on the home front during the First World War.
"29.10.2016 06:30:30" bbc.co.uk The novelist talks about the evolution of character Jane Tennison Meet The Author: Lynda La Plante discusses her latest work Hidden Killers
"29.10.2016 06:08:40" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Uber has lost a landmark ruling, which now recognises their drivers as workers instead of self-employed contractors.
- Hillary Clinton is 'confident' a new FBI probe linked to her emails will not change its original finding that
"28.10.2016 14:30:51" Iain Duncan Smith reviews 'I, Daniel Blake' "The film has taken the very worst of anything that can ever happen to anyone, lump it all together and then say - this is life absolutely as it is lived by people."
Iain Duncan Smith MP reviews 'I, Daniel Blake' the new Ken Loach film.
"28.10.2016 14:00:12" bbc.co.uk Lennon's lost letter to the Queen He was protesting about the Biafra war and Vietnam.
"28.10.2016 13:39:09" bbc.co.uk Ex-minister Anna Soubry on possible guarantee for Nissan Former minister Anna Soubry says a guarantee for Nissan would open a 'can of worms' It would open "a very difficult can of worms".
"28.10.2016 13:20:07" bbc.co.uk Former UN Syria envoy: Be careful not to spark a war "There is a lot of people who seem to be spoiling for a bigger fight."
"28.10.2016 12:40:40" Do we need a 'budgie smuggler' emoji? Why we need a "budgie smuggler emoji".
"28.10.2016 12:09:14" Iain Duncan Smith on Universal Credit "The government needs to be flexible enough to review things when they think it isn't going to work." Iain Duncan Smith MP thinks the prime minister should roll back on cuts to Universal Credit.
"28.10.2016 10:42:23" Ross sea protected. Images: MOD, AFP, BBC Hear why the Ross Sea deserves to be a marine protected area. Lewis Pugh engaged in some 'speedo diplomacy' to get the job done.
"28.10.2016 10:27:30" bbc.co.uk Suez crisis: The MI6 secretary with a ringside seat "We got an allowance of 200 cigarettes and two bottles of spirits a month for £1. So it made entertaining quite easy."
"28.10.2016 09:10:47" Timeline Photos "But Today is not just going to be a list of what to do, what to buy, or how to cope with household problems" - our first review - in the Radio Times - 59 years ago. Did they get it right?
"28.10.2016 08:40:12" bbc.co.uk Blair: Keep EU second referendum option open People could change their minds when they see the deal, he says.
"28.10.2016 08:32:28" bbc.co.uk A grandmother has designed emojis for older people. Ever felt the need for a budgie smuggler emoji?
"28.10.2016 06:42:52" bbc.co.uk Nato chief says they do not 'want a new Cold War' with Russia. 'We do not want a new Cold War.'
"28.10.2016 05:53:12" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Former Prime Minister Tony Blair discusses Brexit and its aftermath.
- Hear from potentially the last surviving member of the British Embassy in Cairo during Suez crisis, 60 years on from the start of it.
- A grandmother from
"27.10.2016 17:52:38" bbc.co.uk Trump co-author: I will leave the US if he wins Tony Schwartz says Trump will pursue vengeance on his enemies.
"27.10.2016 17:00:05" bbc.co.uk Podcast: Alan Partridge takes over "I do enjoy John Humphry's Welsh lilt."
"27.10.2016 14:43:13" bbc.co.uk Is this the best book you've never heard of? Dutch novelist Gerard Reve's 'The Evenings' will be published in English for the first time, 70 years after it was originally released.
"27.10.2016 14:43:12" bbc.co.uk Food historian Dr Annie Gray explains How would Mary and Paul rate the first cake baked in 1615?
"27.10.2016 13:51:31" bbc.co.uk Nissan boss explains Sunderland decision "There is no special deal for Nissan."
"27.10.2016 09:47:08" bbc.co.uk Trump adviser on 'rigged' election Most Americans believe the country is "heading in the wrong direction".
"27.10.2016 09:29:19" 'Guard for the future' warns GMC chair The chair of the General Medical Council warns that poor morale among doctors could put patients at risk.
"27.10.2016 08:57:44" bbc.co.uk McDonnell: Don't ignore small businesses The shadow chancellor warns the government against going for a "bankers' Brexit".
"27.10.2016 08:41:56" bbc.co.uk Alan Partridge: Would he present Today? The broadcaster and national treasure on travel writing, Trip Advisor, Britishness, John Humphrys, politics, the BBC and cushions.
"27.10.2016 08:12:27" bbc.co.uk UN aid chief: My incandescent rage on Syria The UN's humanitarian chief warned there could be "no Syrian people left in Aleppo to save".
"27.10.2016 06:26:10" Does Today have a new presenter? Have you woken up in a dream or a nightmare?
"27.10.2016 06:01:13" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The dispute between junior doctors and the NHS suggests an unease that could put doctors and patients at risk, says the General Medical Council.
- The shadow chancellor John McDonnell will today warn that the government will
"26.10.2016 18:17:40" BBC News "Every now and then someone has to break the mould that women are put in" - how one Egyptian woman refused to be shamed online bbc.co.uk/shame
"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.
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"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.