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Money & Business
The Bottom Line is the business conversation programme where the people at the top share their insight into what really matters. Presenter, Evan Davies, explains the format of the popular BBC Radio 4/Open University co-produced programme.
The characters in the world's longest running soap opera tell you who they are whenever they talk. Pour yourself a glass of Tumble Tussock and Rob Drummond will explain.
Education & Development
In this transcript from Thinking Allowed, Laurie Taylor and guests discuss the role of the teenage bedroom across history - with a little help from The Beach Boys.
Health, Sports & Psychology
Laurie Taylor and James Hardie-Bick discuss the paradox of extreme sportspeople seeking the buzz , but not wanting to show the fear.
Science, Maths & Technology
The OU's planetary scientists spend time on Chesil Beach, simulating the surface of Saturn's largest moon, Titan.
This week, BBC Radio 4's In Our Time broadcast its 750th edition. We've taken a dip in their archives to find five episodes that explore psychology.
History & The Arts
This weekend, BBC Radio 4's Desert Island Discs celebrates its 75th anniversary. Join us for a rummage in the archives.
Tim Harford, from More or Less, talks with Kevin McConway on why statistics matter and how they can impact the future.
TV, Radio & Events
Melvyn Bragg discusses the big question "What is justice?" along with four guests.
Melvyn Bragg and his four guests delve deeper into the philosophy of how we live a good life.
Society, Politics & Law
Reproductive tourism and being unable to keep up with the transformation in money across the world is spoken about on this week's Thinking Allowed.
Discover the Fourth Revolution – Justin Champion introduces the Turing Revolution in this animation from A History of Ideas.
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