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Matthew Price reports on the migration trail through Europe and into the UK.
Matthew Price reports on the migration trail through Europe and into the UK

The migrant journey: Crossing the channel

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Mike Robey
Andrew Paddon
Stuart Moore
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07/21/2017 at 12:48. Facebook
"It felt like the floor was going to cave in."

Tourist Georgie Jamieson describes the moment she felt the first tremor of an earthquake which has killed two people on the Greek island of Kos.
"It felt like the floor was going to cave in "
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Peter Martin
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07/21/2017 at 12:43. Facebook
Michael Gove sets out his "green Brexit".
Michael Gove sets out his "green Brexit"

Should farm subsidies have to be earned?

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Michael Keene
Domenico Barbaro
Nick Jarvis
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07/21/2017 at 12:21. Facebook
The evidence is "in the sonnets".
The evidence is "in the sonnets"

Was Shakespeare gay?

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Donald Harley
Richard Sinclair
Nicolas Chinardet
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07/21/2017 at 11:58. Facebook
Meet the man who has photographed every President since Eisenhower.
Meet the man who has photographed every President since Eisenhower

The man behind the famous photos

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Andy Wilson
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07/21/2017 at 08:34. Facebook
The internet's illegal marketplace with more than 200,000 users.
The internet's illegal marketplace with more than 200 000 users

How to shut down the dark web

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Richard Sinclair
The Today Programme
The Today Programme
07/21/2017 at 06:20. Facebook
On today's programme:
- Should farm subsidies be earned rather than just handed out in the future?
- Will controlling immigration be a struggle after Brexit?
- Former US football star OJ Simpson has been granted parole after nine years in prison.
On today's programme: Should farm subsidies be earned rather than just handed

Listen live and read the running order

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Andrew Paddon
Andrew Paddon
Lee Porter
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07/20/2017 at 16:30. Facebook
"A lot of these women have had to fight to play football at all."
"A lot of these women have had to fight to play football at all "

FA's Martin Glenn on England women's success

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07/20/2017 at 14:07. Facebook
What could you do with Madonna's DNA? The artist has stopped the auction of one of her hairbrushes over fears the buyer might extract her DNA.
What could you do with Madonna's DNA The artist has stopped the
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Piers Vigus
Dennis Tanner
Karl Rodgers
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07/20/2017 at 11:10. Facebook
Did you know people with hearing loss are twice as likely to develop it?
Did you know people with hearing loss are twice as likely to develop it

The surprising causes of dementia

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Nataša Uran
Richard Cook
Caroline Shearman
The Today Programme
The Today Programme
07/20/2017 at 10:33. Facebook
Because the UK's rules and laws are already the same as the EU's.
Because the UK's rules and laws are already the same as the EU's

EU free trade deal 'easiest in human history'

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Andy Wilson
Louise Jarvis
Tim Walton
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07/20/2017 at 07:27. Facebook
Did Rudolf Hess deserve to die in prison? The British government wanted him released - but his former prison governor disagrees.
Did Rudolf Hess deserve to die in prison The British government wanted
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Juan Cabello
Jay Behr
George Young
The Today Programme
The Today Programme
07/20/2017 at 06:30. Facebook
On today's programme:
- International Trade Secretary Liam Fox on what opportunities the UK expect after Brexit
- The new leader of Kensington and Chelsea Council has been heckled by ex-residents of Grenfell Tower at first meeting
- Mash Report - the UK's answer to The Daily Show - launches on BBC 2 tonight
On today's programme: International Trade Secretary Liam Fox on what opportunities the

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Mike Robey
Patricia Sheerin-Richman
Andrew Paddon
The Today Programme
The Today Programme
07/19/2017 at 10:15. Facebook
"This is really great news - we can all pay for free."
"This is really great news we can all pay for free "

The end of credit and debit card surcharges

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Marie Sullivan
Dennis Tanner
Michael Keene
The Today Programme
The Today Programme
07/19/2017 at 06:56. Facebook
On today's programme:

- The BBC will publish the names of anyone paid more than £150,000
- The UN has estimated 93,213 have crossed the Mediterranean to Italy
- Women's football has had a spike in media interest this week, as England play Scotland
On today's programme: The BBC will publish the names of anyone paid

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Lee Porter
Andrew Paddon
Robert Hughes
The Today Programme
The Today Programme
07/18/2017 at 07:17. Facebook
On today's programme:
- Rises in life expectancy have stalled for men and women - why?
- How worried should we be about rising inflation?
- Nanette Newman, star of washing up liquid adverts, on plans to ban adverts which include gender stereotypes.
On today's programme: Rises in life expectancy have stalled for men and

Timeline Photos

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Andrew Paddon
The Today Programme
The Today Programme
07/17/2017 at 13:49. Facebook
Inga Beale says the threat of cyber-attacks is "really alive for businesses".
Inga Beale says the threat of cyber attacks is "really alive for businesses"

Lloyd's of London CEO: Cyber-insurance costs to double

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Lee Porter
Lee Porter
David Lowder
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The Today Programme
07/17/2017 at 13:23. Facebook
The new Time Lord will need a "mad twinkle", says author Jenny Colgan.
The new Time Lord will need a "mad twinkle" says author Jenny Colgan

What can we expect from the first female Doctor?

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Dennis Tanner
Mark Jeffery
Charles Faulkner
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07/17/2017 at 12:56. Facebook
The current law is "an absolutely outrageous way to deal with people in that sort of suffering".
The current law is "an absolutely outrageous way to deal with people

Lord Falconer on assisted dying

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07/17/2017 at 11:26. Facebook
"He was a big, beautiful, gregarious bear of a guy".
"He was a big beautiful gregarious bear of a guy"

Ed Harris pays tribute to friend George A Romero

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