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BBC Radio 4 Today 8h
Today's is set by who's thinking of a two-digit number that's a prime number. When the digits are reversed, it's still a prime number. The difference between them is a positive square number. What are the numbers?
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BBC Sounds Feb 17
What’s it like to be attacked at a Donald Trump rally? 's with gets the inside scoop behind the assault on a BBC cameraman 👉
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Tom Feilden Feb 15
Tomorrow on : Slugs. It’s a nature notes thing
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BBC Radio 4 Today Feb 15
Cabinet minister said the EU is pretending the UK doesn't know what it wants from a Brexit deal when that is not true.
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BBC Radio 4 Today Feb 15
Asked about claims that half a dozen Cabinet ministers could resign if there is a no deal Brexit, Commons Leader says "resignations from government do happen" as people have "heartfelt views"
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BBC Radio 4 Today Feb 15
Former Attorney General Dominic Grieve says there could be "up to half a dozen" resignations from the Cabinet in the coming weeks if Theresa May did not delay Brexit if there was no deal - and that could bring down the government.
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Tom Feilden Feb 15
Up next on : Prof Ken Strain on an upgrade to the LIGO gravitational wave observatory that will enable it to detect black holes twice as far away
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Tom Feilden Feb 15
Up next on : Claire Perry on and the Government's record on global warming
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Tom Feilden Feb 15
Late addition to the running order: & on an AI writing system that could mass-produce fake news
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Tom Feilden Feb 14
Up next on : 's satellite successfully harpoons a hefty chunk of space junk - only 40,000 to go
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Tom Feilden Feb 14
Up next on : Prof Wendy Bickmore on senescence - a key process in cell deterioration and death - and the prospects for healthier aging
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Tom Feilden Feb 14
4/4 Plus... regulating killer robots and harpooning space junk
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Tom Feilden Feb 14
3/4 New research indicates that manipulating the process of senescence in cells could hold the key to healthier aging
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Tom Feilden Feb 14
2/4 The LIGO gravitational wave detector gets a multi-million dollar upgrade - making the search for ripples in fabric of spacetime even more sensitive
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Tom Feilden Feb 14
1/4 Tomorrow on : Thousands of school children plan to walk out of lessons in a national
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BBC Radio 4 Today Feb 14
British citizens who joined the terror group Isis will be “questioned, investigated and potentially prosecuted” if they return to the UK, says Security Minister
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Simon Mundie Feb 14
Perseverance, noun: persistence in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success. Dame Katherine Grainger competed in 5 Olympics, winning 2012 gold after heartbreak in ‘08. Her DTMTS perseverance lessons are 👌
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norman smith Feb 14
No 10 warns ERG that voting against PM wd "seriously damage" chance of getting revised brexit deal
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norman smith Feb 14
Liam Fox warns Brexiteers against defeating PM. "We are not an internal debating society."
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BBC Radio 4 Today Feb 13
Today: Bethnal Green schoolgirl who joined ISIS wants to return to the UK. Security Minister (0810). We ask International Trade Sec which trade deals will be ready after Brexit (0830). Air pollution in the UK. London Mayor (0750)
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