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BBC Radio 4 Today 7h
Labour MP condemns "vile" and "violent" language against Theresa May. More here:
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BBC Radio 4 Today 8h
Legendary guitarist 🎸 Jimmy Page tells us he was "inspired" by Pre-Raphaelite art 🎨. He's loaned these massive tapestries 🖼️ to for a new exhibition of Edward Burne-Jones' work Full podcast:
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BBC Radio 4 Today 9h
How should the UK respond to Saudi Arabia after the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi by what it says was a "rogue operation"?
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BBC Radio 4 Today 9h
Jimmy Page wasn't just a music superstar 🎸, he tried his hand at art too 🎨...
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BBC Radio 4 Today 11h
Is Theresa May's position in danger or can she unite her party over Brexit? Find out more in our podcast:
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BBC Radio 4 Today 11h
The UK should "look again into selling arms to Saudi Arabia" and "make sure that there's an independent investigation" about the kingdom's actions, says Shadow Foreign Secretary
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BBC Radio 4 Today 12h
Asked whether Labour is more concerned about a general election than Brexit, Shadow Foreign Secretary said: "I want to have a 'people's vote' but I want to have a big and proper 'people's vote' which is a general election"
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BBC Radio 4 Today 12h
The UK should "halt" arms sales to Saudi Arabia and there should be an "independent investigation into the way Saudi Arabia is behaving," Shadow Foreign Secretary tells
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BBC Radio 4 Today 12h
Asked about divides within the Tories, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling says: "We're not a set of clones, we don't always agree on everything" but are "unanimous" about preventing a physical border between Northern Ireland and Ireland after Brexit
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BBC Radio 4 Today 12h
The government is making arrangements "for lorries to be queued up" on the M20 motorway in case of hold ups in Calais after Brexit says Transport Secretary Chris Grayling
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BBC Radio 4 Today 13h
The government's £20bn NHS investment pledge is "incredibly welcome" but "we have to invest in the round," says deputy CEO at ,
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BBC Radio 4 Today 13h
The UK, France and Germany should "withdraw any support for Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen," says former Foreign Secretary Jack Straw. "The vast majority of innocent people have been killed by Saudi airstrikes, not Iran"
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BBC Radio 4 Today 13h
Is it possible to express 2018 as a sum of consecutive whole numbers? 🔢
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BBC Radio 4 Today 14h
Coming up: Theresa May will say that 95% of Brexit withdrawal terms have been agreed. Transport Secretary Chris Grayling (0810). NHS managers are warning of a difficult winter for hospitals (0730). And legendary guitarist Jimmy Page's contribution to (0820)
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Tom Feilden 23h
Tomorrow on : The future of antarctic exploration - a robotic boat that can withstand the high seas and freezing temperatures of the southern ocean
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BBC Radio 4 Today Oct 21
Listen to 's full interview with Prime Minister of Singapore :
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Tom Feilden Oct 21
Great send off: and on , Mercury and understanding alien worlds Starts at 0:24:08
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Tom Feilden Oct 19
Tomorrow on : - Europe's first mission to Mercury - blasts off on its long and extraordinarily complex 7-year journey to the solar system's least explored planet
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BBC Radio 4 Today Oct 19
Senior executive at , Ian Hampton, warns that food supplies could be affected by a no-deal Brexit and we talk to about the possibility of an extended transition period. Listen in our podcast:
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