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What impact has the revolution had on rural life outside of Cairo?
BBC World Service
Why do we lie? How do different cultures define telling the truth?
How Brazil's World Cup-winning footballer, Romario, became a serious politician. Is this a genuine transformation for one of the country's notoriou...
Can Egypt’s police force rebuild its reputation and will the army stay out of politics? Shaimaa Khalil gets special access to Egypt’s Police Academy.
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Isy Suttie recounts the tale of Bob and Marie, Isy's driving instructor and the mysterious girl he admires from afar, while Isy learns valuable les...
BBC Radio 4
Kerry's list today: bleach mugs, nap, sort out cobwebs, distress a chest of drawers, organise CDs, keep my friend's secret, grow vegetables and buy...
Nicholas Parsons hosts the linguistically challenging panel game, with panellists Paul Merton, Pam Ayres, Kevin Eldon and Graham Norton.
On Kerry's list in the final episode: change sheets, buy a kids book on where babies come from, get roots done, learn to knit, do not drift off, re...
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Nic has a good idea, and Glen Whitehouse has an answer for everything.
Lucie Manette is a witness at Charles Darnay's trial for treason at the Old Bailey, where his defence team includes the dissolute Sydney Carton.
Young Cody's jealousy of his placid younger brother Ezra accelerates.
Kit learns the truth about the night on the Rock.
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Simon and the team are joined by bestselling author, Dan Brown, to discuss his new novel. Simon will also unleash a new confession onto the Collect...
BBC Radio 2
Richard Allinson chats to funnyman and actor Hugh Dennis. There is also the latest showbiz news, the Non-Stop Oldies and loads of great music.
Your afternoon fix of big music, plus Wretch 32 picks the Old Skool 3@3.
Hugh Dennis on Britishness; the latest on the death toll from the Oklahoma tornado; TV reviews; Pulis leaves Stoke; why penguins can't fly.
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How close are we to a world of fully automated vehicles? Who will assume responsibility during a crash?
An interview with bestselling writer Dan Brown, reflecting on Wagner as he turns 200, remembering Morecambe and Wise writer Eddie Braben, and Mary ...
The chief executive of Apple, Tim Cook, has been defending his company's tax arrangements before a Senate committee in Washington.
Edmund de Waal, author of The Hare with Amber Eyes, chooses Primo Levi, the Italian writer who survived and documented Auschwitz.
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Jamie showcases his love for all types of jazz and music rooted in jazz, from its heritage to its future. Featuring live sessions and guests from a...
A$AP Rocky is live in the studio with Charlie Sloth
He talks about wanting to collaborate with Tame Impala and MGMT and performing at Radio 1's Bi...