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The Today Programme
12/10/2016 at 13:28. Facebook
Are political slogans 'jingoistic claptrap'?

What makes the perfect political slogan?

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The Today Programme
12/10/2016 at 12:59. Facebook
Lord Powell says Saudi Arabia is a 'reliable ally' and the UK government can't be a 'goody-goody' and nothing else.

Is the UK getting the Saudi relationship right?

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The Today Programme
12/10/2016 at 12:35. Facebook
Meet the man who survived the sinking of the HMS Repulse.

75 years today a WWII ship was sunk in combat

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The Today Programme
12/10/2016 at 07:36. Facebook
Susan Greenfield: "What is consciousness, the inner world that no one else can hack into?"

Susan Greenfield talks about her new book 'A Day in the Life of the Brain'.

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The Today Programme
12/10/2016 at 07:36. Facebook
On today's programme we ask:
- Did Russia help Donald Trump win through hacking?
- What are the state of British relations with Gulf nations?
- Are political slogans “jingoistic claptrap” or catchy explainers?

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The Today Programme
12/10/2016 at 00:01. Facebook
The fight for Aleppo may be almost over but "the war and particularly the peace, needs to be won."

President Assad 'may have won' the battle for Aleppo

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yesterday at 18:33. Facebook
Life, Animated opened in cinemas here today. Earlier this week we heard how Disney animations gave Owen Suskind his voice back.

Watch the full interview here: [ Bbc.co.uk Link ]
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yesterday at 15:33. Facebook
"Athletes are prepared to be beaten by better athletes, not by cheats", says British Olympian David Moorcroft.

'London may now be called a corrupted games'

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yesterday at 15:25. Facebook
'The last resort might have to be to shoot it'

Red-tailed hawk goes 'on the run'

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yesterday at 14:31. Facebook
Planet Earth II - nature's answer to BBC Strictly Come Dancing?

Planet Earth II producers talk dancing flamingos and bears

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yesterday at 13:45. Facebook
Did you know dinosaurs had feathers? Professor Mike Benton from the University of Bristol can explain...
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yesterday at 12:41. Facebook
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yesterday at 08:44. Facebook
Jousting in the running to become an Olympic sport... really?

On this morning's Today programme advent calendar we go back to July when amid Olympic fever our reporter Zoe Conway met a jouster campaigning to get his sport included in future games:
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yesterday at 08:08. Facebook
'Foreign Secretaries are either dull or dangerous and Boris is not dull.'

Malcolm Rifkind: Boris Johnson's appointment was a "gamble"

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The Today Programme
yesterday at 07:34. Facebook
There is a "chronic underinvestment in children's services."

Nearly 19,000 children were admitted to hospital after self-harming last year

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yesterday at 06:38. Facebook
On today's programme we ask:
- Should independent schools do more to earn their charitable status?
- Was it ‘populism’ that that cost Cameron his job?
- What is the legacy of astronaut John Glenn, who has died aged 95?

Listen live and read the running order

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The Today Programme
12/08/2016 at 17:53. Facebook
MI6's former head of counter-terrorism on what the public need to know.

Why MI6 is stepping out of the shadows

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The Today Programme
12/08/2016 at 16:44. Facebook
"It is an incredibly dangerous precedent to set."

British Cycling: Is the new rule safe?

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