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BBC Radio 4 Today Apr 19
"She was an incredible human being... we're all in pieces at the horrific violence on our streets" -
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BBC Radio 4 Today Apr 19
To mark Primrose Day, BBC's has been been to visit the award-winning nature writer Richard Mabey at his cottage garden in Norfolk
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BBC Radio 4 Today Apr 19
More than 500 protesters have been arrested in the climate protests in central London
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BBC Radio 4 Today Apr 19
There has been a huge increase in Public Spaces Protection Order fines
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BBC Radio 4 Today Apr 19
. was due to meet the journalist Lyra McKee who was shot dead in Londonderry last night. "We're in such shock at the violence... we're all in pieces"
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Tom Feilden Apr 19
Sorry Everyone Lee Smolin & 's friendly sparring over the nature of reality, the meaning of time and Einstein's Unfinished Revolution will have to wait for another day.
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BBC Radio 4 Today Apr 19
Impeaching Trump "would be difficult" says Democrat Congressman Stephen Lynch. "It depends on the way the law is interpreted... there's a long way to go to get to that point"
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BBC Radio 4 Today Apr 19
The Mueller report "left open the opportunity for Congress to review the facts which we're eager to do" - Democrat Congressman Stephen Lynch
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BBC Radio 4 Today Apr 19
Are councils misusing powers to ban anti social behaviour for trivial things? Hillingdon councillor "makes no apology" for taking action against public nuisances. Lawyer says powers to stop such behaviour are too broad and misused
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BBC Radio 4 Today Apr 19
Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz aims his sights on big tech companies and on inequality. Why these preoccupations?
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Tom Feilden Apr 19
Up next on : and on and the battle for the future of the planet being played out on city streets
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BBC Radio 4 Today Apr 18
A journalist has been shot dead in Londonderry in what police are treating as a "terrorist incident"
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BBC Radio 4 Today Apr 18
Let children pick wild primroses, leading nature writer Richard Mabey tells . "I can see no harm in children picking the occasional bunch"
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BBC Radio 4 Today Apr 18
Activists are getting coverage from the media which means protests will probably continue - ex-police chief Peter Fahy
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BBC Radio 4 Today Apr 18
Arresting protesters is not practical says ex-police chief Peter Fahy. "If you use force against protesters, they will use force back"
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BBC Radio 4 Today Apr 18
Democrats are keeping up pressure on Donald Trump after the Mueller report. Congressman Stephen Lynch (0750). Over 500 climate change protesters have been arrested. Ex-police chief Peter Fahy (0710). Physicists Lee Smolin & on the issue with physics (0840)
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BBC Radio 4 Today Apr 18
Blood, frogs, lice, wild animals, pestilence, boils, hailstorms, locusts, darkness and death of the firstborn - the 10 plagues of Egypt. 🩸🐸🌩️ Today's puzzle is to calculate the number of plagues experienced at the Red Sea
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BBC Radio 4 Today Apr 18
Good morning. and have the latest news for you until 9am on
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Tom Feilden Apr 18
3/3 Plus… primroses, brain wiring, assisted dying and space tourism
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