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"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.
"28.01.2017 17:27:54" bbc.co.uk Who were the first castaways to pick these Desert Island Discs? Quiz: Time to test your castaway knowledge.
"28.01.2017 14:37:31" bbc.co.uk Listen: Why a mother bought her daughter drugs firstname.lastname@example.org. Her husband 'couldn't stand the betrayal'
"28.01.2017 10:13:29" bbc.co.uk The High Street Abduction How a toddler was snatched by two teenage girls in a busy High Street store. If you missed this gripping story you can now download all five podcast episodes: http://bbc.in/2ktKvjm
"28.01.2017 07:20:04" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- One of Britain's most popular and prolific actors, Sir John Hurt, has died
- President Trump has halted the entry into the United States of travellers
from Syria and six other nations for at least 90 days.
- Also in today's
"27.01.2017 18:03:12" Not all ideas are rubbish...
"27.01.2017 17:42:40" Five things from Donald Trump's first week In case you missed some of the notable events of President Trump's first week in office.
"27.01.2017 16:16:51" bbc.co.uk Bishops' report on same-sex marriage 'disappointing' "We will continue campaigning...and we will win change."
"27.01.2017 15:06:49" bbc.co.uk Lord Haskins: Tesco takeover is 'quite ironical' Ex-chair of Northern Foods says big supermarkets killed local shops but shopping habits are changing.
"27.01.2017 15:00:33" Desert Island Discs at 75: The Lark Ascending It's 75 years of Desert Island Discs this Sunday... so the question we ask:
Would you choose The Lark Ascending as one of your Discs? http://bbc.in/2ksty8d
"27.01.2017 13:05:50" Gabor Lacko remembers the moment he was reunited with his fath... 87-year-old Holocaust survivor Gabor Lacko was saved from being brought to a concentration camp when an Allied bomb blew up the train carrying him and his family. Hear the emotional moment he was finally reunited with his father.
"27.01.2017 12:34:20" bbc.co.uk Awkward moments: When world leaders meet They've got a history of going wrong.
"27.01.2017 12:04:56" bbc.co.uk Study suggests six year old girls think boys are more talented Girls need to be taught "I can" attitude.
"27.01.2017 11:17:46" bbc.co.uk Trump wall tax 'stupid' says former Mexican president "The big loser is going to be [the] United States."
"27.01.2017 10:24:55" bbc.co.uk Congressman: Theresa May 'could be Trump's long-lost sister' A different definition of the 'special relationship'.
"27.01.2017 09:06:28" bbc.co.uk Tesco chief: Merger will 'enhance choice' Supermarket Tesco is set to buy Budgens and Londis owner Booker Group.
"27.01.2017 08:40:05" bbc.co.uk Abbott: This isn't 'voting with the Tories' Should Labour MPs back Brexit bill?
"27.01.2017 07:06:06" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Theresa May will be the first foreign leader to meet Donald Trump. What will their relationship look like?
- Why are the Clinical Commissioning Groups cutting number of people that qualify for hip and knee replacements?
- Why do
"26.01.2017 12:03:04" bbc.co.uk What's the future for our cash machines? The public could be footing the bill for ATMs.
"26.01.2017 10:17:08" bbc.co.uk Dick Van Dyke 'never got' the Cockney accent Will we be hearing it again in the Mary Poppins remake?
"26.01.2017 09:56:38" bbc.co.uk Can waterboarding be justified? "It was not what I would call torture... it was used amongst enhanced interrogation techniques", says Republican commentator.
"26.01.2017 08:34:34" bbc.co.uk Dick Van Dyke remembers Mary Tyler Moore 'She was way ahead of her time.'
"26.01.2017 08:13:47" bbc.co.uk Mexican border wall set to go ahead Sid Miller, the commissioner for agriculture in Texas, says the wall is needed to keep the US safe.
"26.01.2017 06:42:17" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- We are learning more about President Trump's priorities as he signs executive orders and tells US media that he supports torture.
- What will the GDP figures for the final quarter of 2016 that will be published this morning show?
"25.01.2017 19:18:38" bbc.co.uk Top tips on how to win an Oscar "The film that has the most schmooze, wins the Oscar."
"25.01.2017 18:38:28" bbc.co.uk Nigel Havers' war on air pollution He taps on the window of idling cars to politely ask the driver to turn the engine off.
"25.01.2017 17:04:11" "The Plant Messiah" Step into the beautiful world of Carlos Magdalena, aka "The Plant Messiah".
"25.01.2017 13:12:22" bbc.co.uk MPs call for action against companies enforcing sexist dress codes Is your workplace dress code sexist?
"25.01.2017 11:45:00" The High Street Abduction: The Call In April last year, a toddler was taken by two teenage girls from a busy Primark store in Newcastle. Swift action by staff and police are critical as to what happens next. The full inside story: http://bbc.in/2jsrUTO
"25.01.2017 10:23:52" bbc.co.uk How much information should parliament be given about negotiations? Labour says there should be no Brexit 'blank cheque' for government.
"25.01.2017 08:44:24" bbc.co.uk Why Tim Farron wants a vote on the terms of the deal Referendum needed on Brexit 'destination'
"25.01.2017 08:02:20" England's blind cricket team head to the World Cup "I'm just listening for any slight changes to the noise of the ball."
Warming up for the World Cup. This is England's blind cricket team.
"25.01.2017 07:22:16" bbc.co.uk Schools struggling to cope with funding cuts Grammar schools 'may ask parents for hundreds of pounds a year'.
"25.01.2017 06:31:45" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Now that the Supreme Court has ruled against the government, will remainers within parliament plan to delay Brexit?
- President Trump is expected to sign several executive orders relating to immigration in the next few days. What
"24.01.2017 18:21:20" bbc.co.uk Radio 4's Martha Kearney describes her husband's Oscar nominated film "It's about a family from Aleppo... and this is the story of how they were forced to leave their homeland, Watani, and they made their way to Germany."
"24.01.2017 16:53:22" bbc.co.uk The High Street Abduction How a toddler was snatched by two teenage girls in a busy High Street store A child goes missing in a busy store. It's every parent's nightmare. What happens next is crucial.
"24.01.2017 16:32:49" bbc.co.uk Post-Brexit Britain could see agricultural trade deals with the US. Should the UK keep the same standards on imported meat after leaving the EU?
"24.01.2017 16:07:13" bbc.co.uk What makes a great musical? La La Land has been nominated for 14 Academy Awards #OscarNoms
"24.01.2017 15:45:24" bbc.co.uk Poet celebrates Milton Keynes' 50th birthday "Here is heaven made amongst us."
"24.01.2017 14:55:04" bbc.co.uk Study suggests our genes affect what we do online How do genes influence our social media use?
"24.01.2017 12:39:46" bbc.co.uk Steve Hewlett finally gets on a drugs trial 'All I could do was cry, I was so overwhelmed'
"24.01.2017 10:06:13" bbc.co.uk Today's take on the Trainspotting monologue 'Choose life. Choose Humphrys. Choose Radio 4.'
"24.01.2017 09:05:30" bbc.co.uk After the US exit how will TPP look? China joining the TPP would be "desirable".
"24.01.2017 08:28:35" bbc.co.uk SNP says regional legislatures need a say Government needs "fulls scrutiny" over Brexit process.
"24.01.2017 07:55:40" bbc.co.uk Life under so-called Islamic State 'I was driven to join IS through hunger.'
"24.01.2017 06:32:35" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Will the Supreme Court rule in favour or against Parliament voting on Brexit negotiations?
- What will American food exports mean for British farmers?
- Does our DNA affect how we use social media?
"23.01.2017 18:55:06" bbc.co.uk A White House correspondent profiles Sean Spicer What do we know about Donald Trump's press secretary?
"23.01.2017 16:48:15" bbc.co.uk Nuclear Industry chair welcomes working closer with government Lord Hutton says the government's industrial strategy is a big shift in thinking.
"23.01.2017 15:34:45" bbc.co.uk MPs should have been informed says chair of foreign affairs committee Theresa May "must have been" told that a Trident missile test had failed.
"23.01.2017 13:15:18" bbc.co.uk What should happen to stop the abuse of horses? 'Tougher action needed against backyard horse breeders.'
"23.01.2017 11:33:43" bbc.co.uk NYT's Thomas Friedman doubtful of a successful term "I fear a chaos presidency."
"23.01.2017 10:31:48" bbc.co.uk Does the UK need to up its game in technical skills? 'To prosper we need to change the way we teach.'
"23.01.2017 09:27:19" Don't panic over burnt toast 'Don't panic if you see a piece of toast coming towards you.'
"23.01.2017 09:03:41" bbc.co.uk Finding a home for 900 refugees Countries were offered a 'per head bounty' to take us.
"23.01.2017 06:39:08" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The prime minister is to unveil more details of her industrial strategy today, designed to boost the post-Brexit UK economy.
- Labour and the Scottish National Party are calling on the Government to give a full explanation to MPs
"22.01.2017 19:45:55" bbc.co.uk Two widowers on love after love Rekindling a first love, 50 years after meeting
"22.01.2017 14:25:29" bbc.co.uk Two widowers on love after love Rekindling a first love, 50 years after meeting
"22.01.2017 13:04:10" bbc.co.uk Are you swimming too fast in the fast lane? "All I do is swim up and down, more Nemo-like than Jaws-like," says Olympian David Wilkie who was accused of swimming too fast at his local health club.
"21.01.2017 21:30:58" bbc.co.uk What comes next for President Donald Trump?, Best of Today - BBC Radio 4 The BBC's Jim Naughtie reports from Washington DC. 'This American carnage stops right here and stops right now'
"21.01.2017 15:30:46" bbc.co.uk Should mobile phones be banned in schools?, Today - BBC Radio 4 We discuss if mobile phones are too much of a distraction for pupils Should phones be banned from the classroom?
"21.01.2017 13:22:24" bbc.co.uk 'We can't ask prisons to act as if they were hospitals', Best of Today - BBC Radio 4 A record number of prisoners killed themselves in jails in England and Wales last year. The problem in UK prisons,
Why are suicide rates in prisons on the rise? Discussed on #R4Today
"21.01.2017 13:02:39" bbc.co.uk Why do we call it 'The' Gambia? The Gambia is one of just two countries that can officially use the definite article in its name.
"21.01.2017 07:01:17" Timeline Photos On today's programme:
- Donald Trump's first steps as President.
- Australia draws up plans for Britain's first trade deal outside the EU.
- Should schools be able to ban mobile phones?
"20.01.2017 18:49:48" bbc.co.uk Will Trump get his intelligence briefings in Tweets? A former CIA intelligence briefer doesn't rule it out.
"20.01.2017 18:26:22" bbc.co.uk Racehorse owner gets first win in 26 years 'So this time when we raced it, we took the hoods off and it made all the difference'
"20.01.2017 15:46:59" BBC News We're live as Donald Trump becomes the 45th President of the United States. Post your comments below.
"20.01.2017 15:21:47" bbc.co.uk Are Donald Trump's naysayers right? 'US democracy faces toughest test in a century.'
Follow all the action live here: http://bbc.in/2k8rqSS
"20.01.2017 14:32:15" bbc.co.uk Michaela DePrince's last dance in London From a Sierra Leone orphanage to the London stage.
"20.01.2017 13:49:01" bbc.co.uk The inauguration of Donald Trump He becomes President in three hours time. Here's all you need to know...
"20.01.2017 10:03:26" bbc.co.uk Is the media dead set against Donald Trump? "They don't like the freshness and authenticity he's using."
"20.01.2017 08:41:04" bbc.co.uk 'We can almost double the detection of prostate cancer' It's being hailed as the biggest development in decades.
"20.01.2017 08:26:20" BBC Radio 4 ⚽ We're just going to leave this here He's joining the ranks of football greats like Tony Adams and Gary Lineker...
"20.01.2017 07:49:52" VIEWPOINT: The 'delicious spectacle' of Trump Time for part 2...
Is it time for liberals to stop the moral panic over Donald J. Trump? Yes, says art critic, commentator and editor of The New Criterion, Roger Kimball.
WATCH the second of our viewpoints - and a very different perspective - here
"20.01.2017 07:02:32" Viewpoint: Does democracy lead to tyranny? Our friends over at BBC Newsnight have put together a little something we thought you might enjoy.
What can Plato teach us about Donald J. Trump? A lot says British-American author and blogger Andrew Sullivan.
WATCH the first of our viewpoints - the
"20.01.2017 06:57:59" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Donald Trump is preparing to be sworn in as President of the United States
- Doctors say they have made the biggest leap forward in decades in the diagnosis of prostate cancer
- Is there a courgette crisis?
"19.01.2017 14:59:26" The Today Programme 'Using CBT was giving me coping strategies ...to not think negatively all the time.' We previously posted this but to avoid any confusion we are reposting with a different headline. We are conscious this study does not say people with pyschosis should give up medication rather talking therapy can help.
"19.01.2017 12:06:16" bbc.co.uk Congressman Takano on why he is boycotting Trump's inauguration "I can't pretend this is normality."
"19.01.2017 11:06:10" bbc.co.uk Today's Matthew Price reports from Turkey Is Turkey's President Erdogan a democrat or a dictator?
"19.01.2017 10:19:51" bbc.co.uk How dirty is clean eating? Deliciously Ella and Dr Giles Yeo on the trend that could be damaging your health.
"19.01.2017 09:51:07" Matthew Price walks around Nizip 1 refugee camp Turkey is home to the most child refugees in the world. Matthew Price explores one camp just 20 miles from the Syrian border that's making education a priority.
"19.01.2017 08:43:09" bbc.co.uk Cricketer Rachael Heyhoe Flint was a 'pioneer' The former England women's cricket captain has died aged 77
"19.01.2017 07:48:49" bbc.co.uk Two-thirds of primates facing extinction "We could lose the lungs of the earth."
"19.01.2017 06:42:31" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Turkey has taken in an estimated 2.7 million Syrian refugees. Matthew Price presents from Ankara.
- We bring you the very latest from Davos and cover what the business community makes of May's Brexit plans.
- Is it the 11th
"18.01.2017 19:18:29" bbc.co.uk How Melania Trump's hometown is showing support A burger to resemble Donald Trump and the 'Melanija' dessert are among the offerings.
"18.01.2017 17:37:59" bbc.co.uk Why do we call it 'The' Gambia? The Gambia is one of just two countries that can officially use the definite article in its name.
"18.01.2017 14:28:53" bbc.co.uk Irish MEP questions UK commitment to Northern Ireland "Europe is conscious of its commitment to Northern Ireland. I'm not so sure the United Kingdom is so conscious."
"18.01.2017 13:33:28" bbc.co.uk Could therapy replace medicine to treat psychosis? 'Using CBT was giving me coping strategies ...to not think negatively all the time.'
"18.01.2017 12:07:26" bbc.co.uk The BBC's Becky Milligan met him in 2012 Chelsea Manning is to be freed, so will Julian Assange leave the Ecuadorian embassy?
"18.01.2017 09:27:29" bbc.co.uk David Davis on how long Brexit will actually take 'Negotiations will take two years... but implementation may take longer.'
"18.01.2017 08:52:33" bbc.co.uk University of Cambridge recruits a 'professor of play' Why playing with your children is always a good idea.
"18.01.2017 07:51:18" bbc.co.uk How the UK's attitude is viewed in Europe "We like your money but we don't like your people."
"18.01.2017 06:48:38" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Secretary of State for exiting the EU, David Davis, talks to us about Theresa May's Brexit plan.
- England's Chief Inspector of Hospitals, Sir Mike Richards, who recommends Cambridge University Hospitals be taken out of special
"17.01.2017 18:37:16" bbc.co.uk The BBC's Andrew Walker has a one minute guide Theresa May has indicated the UK's relationship with the EU's customs union would change, but what exactly is a customs union?
"17.01.2017 17:57:44" bbc.co.uk 'Single market' jargon explained Theresa May has said the UK "cannot possibly" remain within the European single market, as staying in it would mean "not leaving the EU at all". But what does she mean?
"17.01.2017 17:06:53" bbc.co.uk Labour's Keir Starmer said the PM's Brexit speech had a "sting in the tail" Theresa May made an "error of judgement".
"17.01.2017 16:01:54" bbc.co.uk Home Secretary: End to freedom of movement a "certainty" Work permits are "one option" for EU migration.
"17.01.2017 15:29:29" bbc.co.uk The BBC's Andrew Walker has a one minute guide Theresa May has indicated the UK's relationship with the EU's customs union would change, but what exactly is a customs union?
"17.01.2017 15:04:25" bbc.co.uk He might not be getting on so well with his mates Is it love for Jeremy, the lefty snail?
"17.01.2017 13:32:49" bbc.co.uk If you get nervous before a big speech you should listen to this . What makes a good political speech?
"17.01.2017 11:49:37" BBC News -The UK will leave the single market
-UK wants bespoke EU free trade deal
-MPs and peers will vote on final deal
-UK-EU Brexit talks start in March
-Maintain common travel area between the UK and Irish Republic
-"Control" of immigration rights for EU
"17.01.2017 11:44:03" bbc.co.uk A small study suggests acupuncture can stop babies crying but does it work? "Just try cuddling the baby instead."
"17.01.2017 09:02:27" bbc.co.uk Paul Nuttall: EU needs us more than we need them UK Independence Party (UKIP) confident a European trade deal is possible.
"17.01.2017 08:43:16" bbc.co.uk 'Don't count yourself out - you never know what fate has in store for you' Gene Cernan, who became the last person to set foot on the moon in 1972, has died aged 82. Mishal spoke to him in April last year and he had some advice for aspiring astronauts...
"17.01.2017 07:42:04" bbc.co.uk Mandelson: No clicky finger solution for May's Brexit "Theresa May is pretending difficult choices don't exist."
"17.01.2017 06:27:56" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Prime Minister Theresa May will set out her goals for negotiations to leave the EU.
- One of the pioneers of IVF has called for a government inquiry into extending the time in which scientists can experiment on embryos beyond the
"16.01.2017 20:43:41" bbc.co.uk Steve Hewlett: 'I'm a victim of Sod's Law' Steve Hewlett, who has been diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus, talks about the stress of waiting to start a clinical trial.
"16.01.2017 18:39:09" bbc.co.uk Are you swimming too fast in the fast lane? "All I do is swim up and down, more Nemo-like than Jaws-like," says Olympian David Wilkie who was accused of swimming too fast at his local health club.
"16.01.2017 14:51:25" bbc.co.uk Ex-CIA chief: 'Trump's relationship with intelligence community in dark place' "We're operating off the map here. There are no precedents."
"16.01.2017 14:31:50" Tim Pears on his new book The Horseman "I had to bear in mind when writing, these people had no idea what was coming".
Tim Pears talks about his new book The Horseman http://bbc.in/2ixSHwX
"16.01.2017 14:16:14" bbc.co.uk DUP MP: 'NI elections will solve nothing' "Sinn Féin have collapsed a government today."
"16.01.2017 12:57:56" bbc.co.uk Franzen: Trump has 60% chance of finishing term "I think there's close to a 50/50 chance that Donald J. Trump will implode ethically, legally."
"16.01.2017 12:37:13" bbc.co.uk The finale of Sherlock was leaked online Do spoilers ruin the fun?
"16.01.2017 12:03:55" bbc.co.uk A member of the 'peace baby' generation reflects on the latest crisis in Northern Ireland "I, along with most of my contemporaries, never thought we'd see a time when the institutions could collapse like the dark days our parents remembered."
"16.01.2017 11:14:54" bbc.co.uk Amartya Sen on the gap between the rich and the poor 'No magic bullet for inequality.'
"16.01.2017 09:37:35" bbc.co.uk US trade deal: Is the UK at the front of the queue? "I don't have a window into Donald Trump's soul."
"16.01.2017 09:06:55" bbc.co.uk Is shared parental leave really fair? "Everything works against fathers."
"16.01.2017 07:25:35" The trauma centres treating veteran amputees A network of ten trauma centres has been set up in the UK offering specialised care to veterans, like triple amuputee Matt Weston.
"16.01.2017 06:35:53" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme we speak to:
- Michael Gove about his interview with Donald Trump.
- Nobel-prize winner Amartya Sen about his discussion at the LSE with Mark Carney on monetary policy.
- Former Danish Prime Minister and CEO of Save Children
"15.01.2017 16:36:21" bbc.co.uk Ex-MI6 officer and spy historian debate whether the Trump dossier is genuine Podcast: Is the Trump dossier fake?
"14.01.2017 07:59:49" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day. On today's programme:
- Should the government be pressured to publish a Brexit plan by next month?
- Are the United States ready for Donald Trump's inauguration?
- Is the lack of breakfast buffet etiquette becoming a national issue?
"13.01.2017 15:22:04" bbc.co.uk "The system doesn't have the resources to cope" BMA chair says the NHS has seen deliberate "chronic underfunding"
"13.01.2017 12:13:30" bbc.co.uk Chief executive of the Environment Agency on East coast storm surge "Today is the immediate danger."
"13.01.2017 10:48:29" bbc.co.uk A leading constitutional expert explains What does the US constitution say about impeachment?
"13.01.2017 10:27:09" bbc.co.uk Ex-MI6 officer: Trump dossier is 'hard to believe' "Trump would have to be congenital idiot."
"13.01.2017 08:30:41" John Humphrys tries out the art of mime Mastering the art of mime... not as easy as you might think.
Guillaume Pigé from LONDON INTERNATIONAL MIME FESTIVAL takes John Humphrys through his paces.
"13.01.2017 08:06:56" bbc.co.uk How is Hollywood pay decided? It's all based on a system of 'quotes'.
"13.01.2017 06:54:38" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Delayed discharges are leading to a shortage in hospital beds. Matthew Price spent twelve hours overnight in Southampton General Hospital which has reported the highest level of alert.
- Ex-MI6 officer in hiding after Trump
"12.01.2017 16:56:09" bbc.co.uk Graham Taylor spoke to Paddy O'Connell in 2007 "I've got four Christian names now - one is Graham, but the other three are former England manager"
"12.01.2017 15:37:38" bbc.co.uk Could the UK be next to ditch FM for DAB? Norway is first in the world to switch off its analogue radio signals.
"12.01.2017 14:54:18" bbc.co.uk "Proposal is completely inappropriate" Plans to re-develop Kempton Park racecourse for housing will be blocked, says local councillor.
"12.01.2017 13:20:01" bbc.co.uk He was 'like an archaeologist' David Dimbleby pays tribute to renowned elections expert Professor Anthony King.
"12.01.2017 12:28:09" bbc.co.uk A surgeon on 'lethal' NHS failings A doctor's experience...
"12.01.2017 09:34:29" bbc.co.uk What is thundersnow? If the name doesn't give it away...
"12.01.2017 08:25:16" bbc.co.uk "Every minute he practised paid off" Ryan Gosling learned to play the piano for La La Land in just three months. Could you do the same?
"12.01.2017 08:07:34" bbc.co.uk How the President-elect will deal with Russia 'Donald Trump is clear-eyed.'
"12.01.2017 06:58:15" bbc.co.uk Copeland by-election goes nuclear Why Jeremy Corbyn is centre stage of the Copeland Conservative campaign.
"12.01.2017 06:28:21" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Donald Trump has accused US intelligence agencies of leaking a dossier alleging that Russia has gathered compromising personal and business details about him.
- The chief executive of the NHS has dismissed government claims that
"11.01.2017 19:43:52" bbc.co.uk US ex-ambassador:Trump's feud with CIA not over Sir Christopher Meyer reflects on Donald Trump's first press conference since the election.
"11.01.2017 17:03:39" bbc.co.uk The only person to frighten John Humphrys? Remembering Clare Hollingworth, the British war correspondent who broke the news of the Nazi invasion of Poland.
"11.01.2017 16:44:53" John Humphrys celebrates 30 years on The Today Programme by reflecting on the political landscape.
"11.01.2017 16:13:36" bbc.co.uk Odds not good as Kempton Park might close "It would be a disaster for jump racing in this country."
"11.01.2017 11:32:16" bbc.co.uk Deaf sailor named Yachtsman of the year He helped rescue four people and saved a fifth in a daring mid-ocean rescue.
"11.01.2017 11:03:44" bbc.co.uk Scientists discover how to cure blindness in mice One day it could be applied to treat some forms of human blindness.
"11.01.2017 08:36:09" bbc.co.uk 'NHS crisis worst we have ever seen' Royal College of Physicians of London say we need action urgently.
"11.01.2017 07:30:37" bbc.co.uk Getting older doesn't have to mean losing sleep What's the secret to a good night's sleep?
"11.01.2017 06:52:10" bbc.co.uk Politicians, the public and the media: 30 years of change "One morning she [Margaret Thatcher] actually phoned into the programme from the kitchen at No 10 to react to an interview I had just done."
"11.01.2017 06:25:08" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme we ask:
- How will Barack Obama be remembered?
- Is the NHS in crisis?
- How can we fight doping in sport?
"10.01.2017 21:17:20" bbc.co.uk Obama: Memorable speeches or memorable moments? "Yes We Can" or Amazing Grace?
"10.01.2017 17:47:34" bbc.co.uk Trump's son-in-law will be 'calm, balanced, sane voice' in the White House says journalist "Temperament wise, Jared Kushner and Donald J. Trump could not be more different."
"10.01.2017 15:31:53" bbc.co.uk NHS Providers say current pressures are 'not sustainable' Hospitals in England are "struggling to cope".
"10.01.2017 13:15:49" bbc.co.uk Northern Ireland poltical crisis continues "Power-sharing not indefinite."
"10.01.2017 11:15:36" bbc.co.uk Jason Solomons explains the formula for a great musical. La La Land has picked up 11 BAFTA nominations.
"10.01.2017 10:18:00" bbc.co.uk Podcast: 'I hope this won't affect my place on the drugs trial' The latest instalment from Steve Hewlett about his ongoing cancer treatment.
"10.01.2017 10:13:47" bbc.co.uk Commuter Sam v Southern Rail and RMT bosses Can Sam find a resolution to the Southern Rail dispute?
"10.01.2017 09:44:38" bbc.co.uk Corbyn: Introduce a cap on maximum earnings Capping earnings, a good idea?
"10.01.2017 08:11:38" bbc.co.uk Trump and May... the new Reagan and Thatcher? Are we looking at the dawn of a new era?
"10.01.2017 07:03:07" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- We speak to Jeremy Corbyn ahead of his upcoming speech where he will say that the Labour Party is not 'wedded' to the free movement of people.
- Drivers on Southern trains begin their latest strike today.
- The UK has become the
"09.01.2017 17:57:28" bbc.co.uk What makes a great musical? "You want to dance, you've got to dance, even if you can't."
"09.01.2017 17:14:33" bbc.co.uk Documentary to air unheard Bowie music Never before heard music from David Bowie will be played in a documentary on BBC Radio 2
"09.01.2017 15:31:32" bbc.co.uk Adam talks to James Naughtie about his new book The Burning Ground Meet the Author: Adam O'Riordan
"09.01.2017 14:06:49" bbc.co.uk London Mayor condemns the Underground strikes Sadiq Khan: Strikes are a sign of failure.
"09.01.2017 14:02:58" bbc.co.uk London's 40th International Mime Festival opens today Meet the mime artist who helped create War Horse...
"09.01.2017 13:41:31" bbc.co.uk A mother describes her daughter's battle with anorexia "I realised she was desperately thin."
"09.01.2017 09:39:03" bbc.co.uk Brexit campaigners clash over EU trade deal 'Single market not the jewel in the British crown.'
"09.01.2017 08:16:23" bbc.co.uk London tubes on 24-hour strike 'You can't run the London Underground with less money.'
"09.01.2017 06:52:31" Timeline Photos On today's programme:
- Prime Minister Theresa May is to announce an overhaul of how we deal with mental health.
- Commuters in London face disruption today as Tube workers are staging a twenty-four hour strike over job cuts and ticket office closures.
"08.01.2017 13:31:21" bbc.co.uk PM's lack of clarity on Brexit 'deeply concerning' The Shadow Secretary for Brexit says "we need clear negotiating objectives".
"08.01.2017 06:03:17" bbc.co.uk British Red Cross: "humanitarian crisis" in NHS hospitals, Today - BBC Radio 4 The British Red Cross says there is a "humanitarian crisis" in NHS hospitals in England.
"07.01.2017 17:49:37" bbc.co.uk Gary Barlow has promised that his new BBC talent show won't be "negative". Are TV talent contests too unkind?
"07.01.2017 15:50:25" bbc.co.uk British author, born in Iran, has turned down a literary award for BAME authors. Are awards aimed at minorities appropriate?
"07.01.2017 14:04:40" bbc.co.uk David Bishop announces he will not be standing in future elections Goodbye Bus Pass Elvis Party...
"07.01.2017 13:42:18" bbc.co.uk Conservative donor will stop funding party if Brexit means leaving single market. Conservative donor says leaving single market is "dangerous".
"07.01.2017 07:12:37" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
-A gunman has shot dead five people and injured eight others at Fort Lauderdale airport in Florida.
- The British Red Cross has claimed there's a "humanitarian crisis" in NHS Hospitals in England.
- Are TV talent contests too
"06.01.2017 16:37:34" bbc.co.uk Nicola Sturgeon is 'keeping Scotland in limbo' The Scottish Conservative leader says Nicola Sturgeon should drop the threat of another referendum.
"06.01.2017 15:57:17" bbc.co.uk 10 years after his execution, CIA 'debriefer' looks back Interrogator: Saddam Hussein was witty and charming.
"06.01.2017 12:37:24" bbc.co.uk Dr Till has used technology developed for virtual reality to recreate Stonehenge Did Stonehenge really sing?
"06.01.2017 11:44:34" bbc.co.uk Failures in other departments causing strain on A&E Emergency rooms in "acute state of distress".
"06.01.2017 11:08:20" bbc.co.uk Giant Antarctic iceberg set to break away And penguins sometimes hitch a ride...
"06.01.2017 08:48:04" bbc.co.uk Why were post-Brexit economic predictions so gloomy? The Centre for Business Research says the Bank of England may have given the government information they wanted to hear.
"06.01.2017 08:00:45" bbc.co.uk Russia hacking is 'playbook for other countries' A warning from Obama's former director of cyber security.
"06.01.2017 07:33:00" bbc.co.uk A notorious bird egg thief is on the run Brazilian authorities thought they had caught him...
"06.01.2017 06:27:12" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- America's top intelligence official says that Russia undoubtedly interfered in its 2016 presidential election.
- A third of hospital trusts in England have issued alerts warning they needed urgent action to cope with the pressure
"05.01.2017 18:09:16" bbc.co.uk Podcast: 'I sat and cried on New Year's Eve' 95-year-old Bob Lowe was alone at the turn of the year.
"05.01.2017 11:18:10" bbc.co.uk Lord Marland: Whitehall lacks 'skill set' "Negotiations should be done by politicians."
"05.01.2017 10:28:07" bbc.co.uk 95-year-old Bob: Loneliness ruined my New Year's Eve We just want to give him a hug...
"05.01.2017 09:48:53" bbc.co.uk Sir Tim Barrow will be like a 'heat seeking missile' Brexit negotiations might be about to heat up...
"05.01.2017 09:04:41" bbc.co.uk Does the government have a Brexit strategy? "Muhammad Ali didn't brief everyone in advance on the Rumble in the Jungle".
*We have a feeling he actually might have...
"05.01.2017 08:33:42" bbc.co.uk Ann Longfield: Children fending for themselves online How much do children really know about what they're signing up to on social media?
"05.01.2017 06:38:19" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On Today's programme:
- Sir Tim Barrow has been appointed to replace Sir Ivan Rogers as the UK's ambassador to the EU
- Children are being left to fend for themselves online according to a report by the Children's Commissioner
- People who live near major
"04.01.2017 19:22:04" bbc.co.uk "Humps and bumps in the landscape are valuable clues" A man bought a plot in Wales convinced an ancient town lay below. But how easy are they to discover?
"04.01.2017 16:42:11" bbc.co.uk A Royal archivist has asked a biographer of Queen Victoria to remove a storyline from her book "Historians are supposed to be impartial and not be censored in this way"
"04.01.2017 14:47:32" Does dark matter really exist? Does dark matter really exist?
Find out here: http://bbc.in/2iDtKli
"04.01.2017 11:35:49" Jonathan Powell on the importance of civil servants speaking h... Jonathan Powell, Tony Blair's former chief of staff, says Brexit negotiations are doomed to fail if civil servants can't speak honestly.
"04.01.2017 11:08:37" bbc.co.uk Why 'heavy' can't be the official term for fog It's all about visibility and humidity.
"04.01.2017 09:58:30" bbc.co.uk IDS: The objective is simple, to leave the EU Iain Duncan Smith says the government does of course have an objective in Brexit negotations...
"04.01.2017 09:38:17" bbc.co.uk Is the gender pay gap down to choice? Research shows that women continue to face pay inequality when they get into their 30s and 40s.
"04.01.2017 08:31:07" bbc.co.uk Dino Dippy 'like huge 3D jigsaw puzzle' The Natural History Museum, London's famous dinosaur is set to be disassembled ahead of its national tour.
"04.01.2017 08:01:01" bbc.co.uk Simon Fraser: Ambassadors aren't appointed for what they believe Ambassadors need to offer "clear, dispassionate, objective advice".
"04.01.2017 06:37:00" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Who will replace Sir Ivan Rogers as the UK's ambassador to the EU?
- New research has found that the gender pay gap still exists for women who have had children
- Today is the last day you will be able to see Dippy, the diplodocus
"03.01.2017 18:14:26" bbc.co.uk Sir Ivan was 'pushed to the margins' says Clegg The former deputy prime minister says the resignation of the UK's ambassador to the EU is "part of a wider pattern".
"03.01.2017 15:48:59" bbc.co.uk John Berger: 'He lived as he wrote' Complicite's Simon McBurney remembers one of his closest friends.
"03.01.2017 14:58:08" bbc.co.uk Sir Ivan Rogers' resignation 'not ideal' "This is a time for continuity and experience."
"03.01.2017 14:21:06" bbc.co.uk Researchers investigate potential cure for pest killing off honey bees Hope for honey bees
"03.01.2017 13:32:15" bbc.co.uk 'Police firearms officers do suffer' The chief executive of the Police Firearms Officers Association calls for officers to be "treated with the utmost respect" during investigations.
"03.01.2017 12:35:54" bbc.co.uk Andrew 'Beef' Johnston was told his beard was bad for golf Is your workplace beard-ist?
"03.01.2017 10:32:15" bbc.co.uk Christine Whitehead: Starter homes fund 'bribing people' Can you afford to get onto the property ladder?
"03.01.2017 10:01:00" bbc.co.uk Art critic John Berger has died aged 90 "He had this wonderful way of winking."
"03.01.2017 09:23:01" bbc.co.uk Parents of murdered Sarah Groves speak out 'I may not live to see justice for my daughter.'
"03.01.2017 08:26:39" bbc.co.uk Fabian Society: Labour too weak to win election alone 'Serious warning' on future of Labour party.
"03.01.2017 07:47:01" bbc.co.uk Did long incubation kill off the dinosaurs? A clue to what may have happened 65 million years ago.
"03.01.2017 06:48:57" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Next week the government will decide whether to push ahead with the second stage of the Leveson inquiry
- A man has died after apparently being shot by an officer during a "pre-planned" police operation near the M62 in
"02.01.2017 19:53:37" bbc.co.uk 'I got to A&E before the New Year's Eve deluge' Steve Hewlett, who has been diagnosed with cancer, updates us on his treatment.
"02.01.2017 19:32:24" bbc.co.uk 'Guantanamo Bay has been a stain on America's honour' "Ideally we would be able to move the prisoners somewhere else, at least for the symbolic value of doing so."
"02.01.2017 19:11:29" bbc.co.uk Podcast: The British man bringing free health clinics to the US Stan Brock has helped thousands of uninsured Americans.
"02.01.2017 17:24:23" bbc.co.uk Ex-Turkish MP: More support needed from Europe "We did not get as much support and solidarity" compared to similar attacks in other European cities.
"02.01.2017 16:59:12" bbc.co.uk Podcast: 'Our ads put doubt in the minds of the guerrillas' Part Two of ad executive Jose Miguel Sokoloff on how he helped demobilize FARC rebels.
Listen back to Part One here: http://bbc.in/2hK7Def
"02.01.2017 14:24:06" bbc.co.uk Antarctic crossing 'tribute' to Henry Worsley It's a feat that only six people have managed.
"02.01.2017 13:38:49" bbc.co.uk 'The Mousetrap will run forever' It's 70 years since Three Blind Mice aired.
"02.01.2017 13:06:59" bbc.co.uk What can we expect from 2017 politics? The foreign correspondents discuss...
*Spoiler - it might not be all bad.
"02.01.2017 12:07:20" Netball but not as you know it In a year of British sporting success suddenly things are slowing down to walking pace. First Walking Football and now Walking Netball...
"02.01.2017 10:59:51" bbc.co.uk Do women make better doctors? A US study claims female physicians kill fewer patients than their male counterparts.
"02.01.2017 10:30:36" bbc.co.uk 'He drew what a forest feels like' The animator largely responsible for Bambi, Tyrus Wong, has died aged 106.
"02.01.2017 09:56:32" bbc.co.uk "She was suicidal and on hunger strike" Imprisoned in Iran, British-Iranian Nazanin Zaghari Ratcliffe has been moved from solitary confinement
"02.01.2017 08:18:10" The Today Programme Music producer Trevor Horn gives us a lesson in sound quality.
Listen to more here: http://bbc.in/2fp1kbl The Japanese concept of Listening Cafes is coming to the UK. They're places where sound purists can contemplate recorded music, often in silence, through hi-fis at the cutting edge of technology that most humble audio lovers can only dream about.
"02.01.2017 08:03:32" bbc.co.uk Commuters face another hike in rail fares "We need to invest more to provide more."
"02.01.2017 06:26:06" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Turkish police are continuing the hunt for the gunman who opened fire at a nightclub in Istanbul.
- What can we expect from Donald Trump in 2017?
- The animator who was largely responsible for Bambi, Tyrus Wong, has died aged 106.
"31.12.2016 07:16:00" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme: - Andy Murray, Jessica Ennis-Hill and Ken Dodd are among the sports stars and entertainers recognised in the New Year Honours List. - Anthony Scaramucci, from Donald Trump's Transition Team on how America's relationship with Russia
"30.12.2016 18:24:32" bbc.co.uk Podcast: Learning from the death of Baby P Sharon Shoesmith was the head of Haringey children's services at the centre of the Baby P controversy.
"30.12.2016 17:18:50" bbc.co.uk Michael Rosen: Disney can reinvent itself Disney has become the first film studio to take $7bn (£5.7bn) in global ticket sales for 2016.
"30.12.2016 14:26:35" bbc.co.uk Iannucci: Jokes about 'thin-skinned' Donald Trump "All you have to do is tell a joke about them but within their hearing to watch them writhe in discomfort."
"30.12.2016 12:52:16" bbc.co.uk 'Silence coerced by law is dangerous business' The government's terror legislation watchdog says counter-extremism proposals may undermine free speech.
"30.12.2016 11:04:39" bbc.co.uk Alma Deutscher: The 11-year-old who skips and writes opera We are now calling our entire lives' achievements into question...
"30.12.2016 08:05:23" bbc.co.uk 'We are vulnerable to flu epidemic' Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates says he is crossing his fingers that a deadly flu does not strike in the next 10 years.
"30.12.2016 07:41:53" bbc.co.uk Nestle's four-legged stress busters "We have about 60 dogs."
"30.12.2016 07:15:26" "The breakfast is ridiculously lavish because Lord Groan only really eats dry toast, but there are mountains of eggs painted, there are fish with their tails in the mouths."
Chocolat author Joanne Harris likes chocolate (of course) but what else? Here
"30.12.2016 06:48:46" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live Our guest editor today is Dame Sally Davies. On the programme:
- Antibiotic resistance is growing rapidly worldwide.
- How much wine should we be drinking?
- We meet the world renowned violinist and composer, who is aged just 11.
"29.12.2016 18:08:00" bbc.co.uk 'I tried to kill myself several times' You've had a big reaction to former world champion boxer Ricky Hatton opening up about his battle with depression. Here is the full podcast of the interview. Remember if you've been affected by any of the issues raised you can contact Samaritans on 116
"29.12.2016 12:14:37" bbc.co.uk 'I've been in a cage and wrestled' Could a career change be on the cards for Gordon Ramsay?
"29.12.2016 11:10:13" bbc.co.uk British woman held as a sex slave for 13 years "He just said come and meet my mum for a cup of tea."
"29.12.2016 09:56:25" bbc.co.uk Damian Collins MP: Wiggins' medical proof 'looks odd' "It seems to be difficult to get precise records."
"29.12.2016 08:43:31" bbc.co.uk Islanders of St Kilda's secrets revealed "They ate 36 wildfowl eggs, per person, per day."
"29.12.2016 08:00:27" Ricky Hatton describes his suicide attempt "I tried to kill myself several times"
The former world champion boxer Ricky Hatton has battled depression both inside and outside of the ring. This is his story.
"29.12.2016 06:44:29" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Hollywood actress Debbie Reynolds has died just one day after her daughter, Carrie Fisher.
- We hear from a victim of modern slavery, who was held captive for 13 years.
- Ricky Hatton talks to us about his battles inside and
"28.12.2016 12:16:03" C-3PO actor Anthony Daniels on a certain scene with Carrie Fisher "I'm clanking along in my beautiful costume going: 'Oh, oh there is Master Luke' sort of thing. And she's running beside me and she's laughing her head off and I turn and look and she's clutching her chest [laughing]."
C-3PO actor Anthony Daniels
"28.12.2016 11:10:23" bbc.co.uk Helena Morrissey on what a work-life balance means for men "At some point during almost every interview I have ever given, the question has come up about how (or whether) I achieve 'work-life balance'."
"28.12.2016 10:21:21" bbc.co.uk C-3PO actor Anthony Daniels remembers his friend Carrie Fisher May the force be with her...
"28.12.2016 09:48:15" bbc.co.uk An insider's perspective on EU negotiations Cameron advisers took criticism "personally".
"28.12.2016 07:48:40" Michael Gove likens Brexit vote to English Civil War "Brexit vote was like the English Civil War fought without muskets."
Do you agree with MP Michael Gove's take on the referendum? He was in conversation with economist Stephanie Flanders.
"28.12.2016 06:55:11" bbc.co.uk Google: We should help remove hateful content Good morning. Today the programme's guest editor is businesswoman Helena Morrissey. One of the areas she's interested in is "people power", how we as private citizens are making our thoughts and feelings known like never before. A key facilitator of that
"27.12.2016 15:38:56" "There was a process in which he was gradually fading." Michael Palin talks about Monty Python's Terry Jones who has frontotemporal dementia.
Watch the full interview here: http://bbc.in/2izwRcM
"27.12.2016 13:37:57" Sir Michael Parkinson talks about his mother's dementia.
Watch the full interview here: http://bbc.in/2izw0bN
"27.12.2016 09:56:48" bbc.co.uk McKellen's vomit and other backstage stories Broadway stage manager Artie Gaffin describes life backstage, including when Sir Ian McKellen was sick.
"27.12.2016 09:31:17" BBC News We were live with British actress Carey Mulligan. She's just been guesting editing The Today Programme - and is our first ever Facebook guest editor. She's been interviewing broadcasting legends Michael Parkinson and Michael Palin about dementia - an
"27.12.2016 09:22:53" "One tank plus one tank equals two tanks."
"27.12.2016 08:39:45" Carey Mulligan, Michael Palin and Sir Michael Parkinson discuss how music has helped loved ones with dementia.
Read more here: http://bbc.in/2iz7PKK
"27.12.2016 08:31:48" bbc.co.uk 'I came to England a new person' How do you rebuild your life in a new country after fleeing war? Oscar was only 10 when he fled the Democratic Republic of Congo. He now works with War Child UK to raise awareness about the consequences of conflict for children.
"27.12.2016 07:56:05" BBC News Our first ever guest editor of the BBC News Facebook page is British actress Carey Mulligan. Look out for her posts through the day as she shares the stories she thinks you should know about. Her posts will be signed CM.
Join her live at 09:30 to ask
"27.12.2016 07:55:09" Here's how the year's biggest business stories sound as a "score".
"26.12.2016 17:00:44" Carey Mulligan is the first of our Christmas guest editors on the Today programme tomorrow. She will also be active on the @ [BBC News] Facebook page, sharing with you a few stories and issues that are close to her heart. Look out for any posts signed CM.
"26.12.2016 11:55:55" bbc.co.uk Pop superstar George Michael dies aged 53 "He was very creative but also very brave."
"26.12.2016 10:56:01" What inspires me From politicians to writers, actors to sportsmen and women - even astronauts, we speak to an eclectic bunch here on the Today programme. But what do we actually know about them as people? In keeping with the festive mood, we thought we'd ask some of our
"26.12.2016 09:42:05" Former governor of the Bank of England, Mervyn King, says "it doesn't make sense" to stay in the single market.
"26.12.2016 07:39:02" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- Pop superstar George Michael has died at the age of 53.
- Boxing Day sales begin across the country this morning.
- Our correspondents take part in a Mastermind quiz.
"24.12.2016 13:02:42" bbc.co.uk What happens now for the people who fled Aleppo? "People are extremely anxious and worried."
"24.12.2016 10:42:59" bbc.co.uk The British surgeon saving lives in Syria "I hate to see people suffering no matter who they are"
"24.12.2016 09:12:07" bbc.co.uk We go on a bear hunt with author Michael Rosen "The child is more of an expert than the adult reader."
"24.12.2016 07:36:50" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- What next for the people who have fled Aleppo?
- Rail passengers face disruption from Christmas engineering work.
- We go on a bear hunt with author Michael Rosen.
"23.12.2016 19:31:19" bbc.co.uk The Great French Bake Off. “À vos marques, prêts, patissez!"
"23.12.2016 13:53:33" bbc.co.uk What next for Aleppo? "Aleppo is now a synonym for Hell."
"23.12.2016 13:17:03" bbc.co.uk "This is a lost generation of children" UNICEF: Iraq and Syria's children must be able to go back to school.
"23.12.2016 13:08:18" bbc.co.uk Where are all the modern Christmas classics? Feeling for Christmas pop songs "doesn't seem to be there any more."
"23.12.2016 11:42:17" Is this the end for the piano and the drum?
Listen to the interview here: http://bbc.in/2ik9ML2
"23.12.2016 10:51:56" bbc.co.uk How can you stop prison riots? "It's about how prisoners and staff get on with each other."
"23.12.2016 10:30:45" bbc.co.uk 'Lack of qualified workforce in abortion care' "We are facing a situation where only 1% of trainee obstetricians and gynaecologists are taking higher training in abortion care."
"23.12.2016 10:07:53" bbc.co.uk UK Foreign Office 'got Syria wrong' A former UK ambassador to Syria says the UK "made the situation worse".
"23.12.2016 07:24:30" bbc.co.uk Read the running order and listen live On today's programme:
- The Syrian army says it has retaken full control of Aleppo.
- Vladimir Putin gives his traditional end-of-year news conference later.
- The Christmas number one for 2016 will be revealed this afternoon.
"22.12.2016 19:25:47" bbc.co.uk Broadband boost for remotest parts of UK Buffer no more?
"22.12.2016 18:01:45" bbc.co.uk Lord Howard: Prison still works Former Conservative home secretary Lord Howard rejects calls to halve prison population.
"22.12.2016 09:49:09" How To Make Your Kids Eat Sprouts Jamie Oliver and #GBBO winner Nadiya Hussain share their ideas for making sprouts palatable to kids.
"22.12.2016 08:09:55" bbc.co.uk Broadband boost for remotest parts of UK Buffer no more?
"22.12.2016 07:55:55" The Prince of Wales delivers his Thought for the Day "Whichever religious path we follow, the destination is the same: to value and respect the other person, accepting their right to live out their peaceful response to the love of God. That's what I saw when attending the consecration of the Syriac Orthodox
"22.12.2016 07:02:52" bbc.co.uk Yuval Noah Harari: 2016 and the liberal story "In the future, 2016 may be remembered as the year in which Westerners lost faith in the liberal story. It may therefore be remembered as the counterpoint to 1989."
"22.12.2016 06:34:25" bbc.co.uk Listen live and read today's running order On today's programme:
- The government says another £440m is to be invested in offering fast broadband connections to people in rural areas
- Ten years after the death of Sadam Hussein we speak to one of the men who tracked and caught him
- We have a
"21.12.2016 18:48:05" bbc.co.uk The UK should 'move on' from opposing Assad Idea of a Syrian opposition is "an illusion", says a former UK ambassador.
"21.12.2016 18:09:13" bbc.co.uk Snuggle up and attempt The Ultimate Winter Quiz Baby, it's cold outside! http://bbc.in/2i1d3zi
"21.12.2016 15:39:28" bbc.co.uk Barry Cryer and Sarah Morgan share their tips How do you become a comedy writer?
"21.12.2016 15:01:20" bbc.co.uk The Iraqi widow who kept her smile Meet Betoul, a mother grateful to be alive after fleeing Mosul.
"21.12.2016 13:25:01" bbc.co.uk Four Seasons - The Ultimate Winter Quiz We're all about the festive cheer this afternoon but how much do you actually know about the shivery season?
"21.12.2016 11:56:38" bbc.co.uk How likely are you to die in a terrorist attack? The police in the UK are reviewing their plans for protecting public events over Christmas and New Year after the Berlin attack.
"21.12.2016 10:30:46" Simon Armitage's reads from Sir Gawain and the Green Knight 'With nerves frozen numb he napped in his armour'
Hear poet Simon Armitage read from his gloriously evocative version of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, which tells one of the earliest great stories of English literature. It's all part of Four Seasons -
"21.12.2016 10:09:17" bbc.co.uk Trump faces 'an uphill battle' against Obama's ban Oil drilling has been outlawed by Obama in the arctic.
"21.12.2016 09:30:09" bbc.co.uk Berlin attack: Schengen 'up for serious review' Is free travel around the EU at risk?
"21.12.2016 08:15:12" bbc.co.uk RICS: House prices will go up 3% on average nationally House price growth is set to slow next year.
"21.12.2016 07:12:47" bbc.co.uk Anne Curry: Brexit and the Treaty of Troyes "I love France so well that I will not part with a village of it. I will have it all mine."
"21.12.2016 06:52:30" bbc.co.uk Listen live and read the running order On today's programme:
- What impact will attacks such as Berlin have on politics in Europe?
- Should financial services be protected post-Brexit at the expense of other sectors such as agriculture?
- Should drone owners have to take flying tests?
"20.12.2016 18:16:00" Battling anorexia: Simon's story http://bbc.in/2ibGZIz
"20.12.2016 17:52:58" bbc.co.uk 'No guarantee' Berlin attack couldn't happen in UK Hear from the man who has trained UK police to respond to a Berlin-style attack.
"20.12.2016 13:46:45" bbc.co.uk Charles Grant: EU-Scotland 'sweetheart deal' unlikely One of Nicola Sturgeon's Brexit advisers calls her plans "very difficult".
"20.12.2016 12:39:14" bbc.co.uk Mental health patients forced to travel for hospital beds "She's never not seen her dad or her sisters for this long."
"20.12.2016 11:54:58" bbc.co.uk Clothes, booze and bling: The tricky task of the teacher Christmas gift Do you give a present to teachers at Christmas?
"20.12.2016 10:26:02" bbc.co.uk SNP: Scotland could keep free movement. "It's important that all of us look at a compromise."
"20.12.2016 08:36:02" bbc.co.uk 'Almost no side-effects' in trial of cancer treatment Is a light-sensitive treatment for prostate cancer the answer?
"20.12.2016 08:05:10" bbc.co.uk The evacuation of east Aleppo continues "Four babies died in the freezing cold."