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> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-18 21:30:00
After the emergency budget, all politicians claim to have credible plans to cut the deficit. But Michael Blastland asks where exactly the axe will fall to meet the promises made.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-18 20:30:00
After the emergency budget, all politicians claim to have credible plans to cut the deficit. But Michael Blastland asks where exactly the axe will fall to meet the promises made.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-12 20:30:00
After the emergency budget, all politicians claim to have credible plans to cut the deficit. But Michael Blastland asks where exactly the axe will fall to meet the promises made.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-12 19:30:00
After the emergency budget, all politicians claim to have credible plans to cut the deficit. But Michael Blastland asks where exactly the axe will fall to meet the promises made.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-11 21:30:00
As the break-up of the Eurozone becomes a realistic possibility, Chris Bowlby investigates the consequences for the European Union and for Britain itself.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-11 20:30:00
As the break-up of the Eurozone becomes a realistic possibility, Chris Bowlby investigates the consequences for the European Union and for Britain itself.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-05 20:30:00
As the break-up of the Eurozone becomes a realistic possibility, Chris Bowlby investigates the consequences for the European Union and for Britain itself.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-05 19:30:00
As the break-up of the Eurozone becomes a realistic possibility, Chris Bowlby investigates the consequences for the European Union and for Britain itself.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-04 21:30:00
Moral relativism is under attack. Its critics claim it has fostered an extreme form of pluralism that it is threatening religious freedom. Edward Stourton examines the evidence.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-07-04 20:30:00
Moral relativism is under attack. Its critics claim it has fostered an extreme form of pluralism that it is threatening religious freedom. Edward Stourton examines the evidence.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-28 20:30:00
Critics of moral relativism claim it has fostered an extreme form of pluralism that it is threatening religious freedom. But is there a market for absolute truth?

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-28 19:30:00
Critics of moral relativism claim it has fostered an extreme form of pluralism that it is threatening religious freedom. But is there a market for absolute truth?

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-21 20:30:00
Should the privileged Baby Boomers - who have seemingly done so well up to now - bear the brunt of government spending cuts, or are we in danger of focusing on the wrong target?

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-21 19:30:00
Should the privileged Baby Boomers - who have seemingly done so well up to now - bear the brunt of government spending cuts, or are we in danger of focusing on the wrong target?

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-20 21:30:00
Can politicians make us more patriotic? Dr John Bew compares the old and new governments' approaches to Britishness and examines plans to teach more British history in schools.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-20 20:30:00
Can politicians make us more patriotic? Dr John Bew compares the old and new governments' approaches to Britishness and examines plans to teach more British history in schools.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-14 20:30:00
Both the opponents and supporters of Britishness tend to portray it as a concept imposed by central government on the fringes. But is this an historically accurate description?

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-14 19:30:00
Both the opponents and supporters of Britishness tend to portray it as a concept imposed by central government on the fringes. But is this an historically accurate description?

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-13 21:30:00
A new Office for Budget Responsibility will advise on the way politicians tackle our budget deficit. Frances Cairncross investigates how the deficit could change politics.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-13 20:30:00
A new Office for Budget Responsibility will advise on the way politicians tackle our budget deficit. Frances Cairncross investigates how the deficit could change politics.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-07 20:30:00
A new Office for Budget Responsibility will advise on the way politicians tackle our budget deficit. Frances Cairncross investigates how the deficit could change politics.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-07 19:30:00
A new Office for Budget Responsibility will advise on the way politicians tackle our budget deficit. Frances Cairncross investigates how the deficit could change politics.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-06-06 21:30:00
Policy makers are keen for us to make public pledges as a means of keeping families together and tackling social problems. Ben Rogers explores the idea's value and limitations.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-05-30 21:30:00
Democracy might have to be abandoned to tackle climate change, according to Prof James Lovelock. Are democratic societies incapable of acting for the good of future generations?

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-05-30 20:30:00
Democracy might have to be abandoned to tackle climate change, according to Prof James Lovelock. Are democratic societies incapable of acting for the good of future generations?

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-05-24 20:30:00
Democracy might have to be abandoned to tackle climate change, according to Prof James Lovelock. Are democratic societies incapable of acting for the good of future generations?

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-05-24 19:30:00
Democracy might have to be abandoned to tackle climate change, according to Prof James Lovelock. Are democratic societies incapable of acting for the good of future generations?

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-03-28 21:30:00
Who Are The Taliban?: While fighting in Afghanistan continues, there is also talk of a negotiated peace. Edward Stourton discovers what dealing with the Taliban would really mean.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-03-28 20:30:00
Who Are The Taliban?: While fighting in Afghanistan continues, there is also talk of a negotiated peace. Edward Stourton discovers what dealing with the Taliban would really mean.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-03-22 20:30:00
Who Are The Taliban?: While fighting in Afghanistan continues, there is also talk of a negotiated peace. Edward Stourton discovers what dealing with the Taliban would really mean.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-03-21 21:30:00
What if science could read people's thoughts and intentions? That's the promise of the latest research from neuroscientists. Kenan Malik investigates.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-03-15 20:30:00
What if science could read people's thoughts and intentions? That's the promise of the latest research from neuroscientists. Kenan Malik investigates.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-03-14 21:30:00
Babies and Biscuits: Alison Wolf examines gender gaps in the polling booth and asks why men and women vote differently.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-03-08 20:30:00
Babies and Biscuits: Alison Wolf examines gender gaps in the polling booth and asks why men and women vote differently.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-02-08 20:30:00
Foreigner Policy: David Goodhart investigates the ideological forces behind mass immigration, one of the most significant social changes to have affected the UK.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-02-07 21:30:00
A Price Worth Paying? Edward Stourton talks to the growing band of experts who believe that risk-taking investment banks should be forced to face the consequences of their losses.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-02-01 20:30:00
A Price Worth Paying? Edward Stourton talks to the growing band of experts who believe that risk-taking investment banks should be forced to face the consequences of their losses.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-01-31 21:30:00
Are environmentalists bad for the planet? 'Ethical man' Justin Rowlatt asks if it is time the green movement ditched some of its ideological excess baggage.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2010-01-25 20:30:00
Are environmentalists bad for the planet? 'Ethical man' Justin Rowlatt asks if it is time the green movement ditched some of its ideological excess baggage.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-11-22 21:30:00
Divorcing Europe: Chris Bowlby reports that any future exit deal between Britain and its EU partners would depend a lot on the mood of their 'divorce' - amicable or acrimonious.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-11-16 20:30:00
Divorcing Europe: Chris Bowlby reports that any future exit deal between Britain and its EU partners would depend a lot on the mood of their 'divorce' - amicable or acrimonious.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-11-15 21:30:00
Death to the Deficit!: Frances Cairncross explores the UK's options in the face of a growing deficit, and asks if cuts in public service spending may be a blessing in disguise.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-11-09 20:30:00
Death to the Deficit!: Frances Cairncross explores the UK's options in the face of a growing deficit, and asks if cuts in public service spending may be a blessing in disguise.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-11-08 21:30:00
The Economist's New Clothes: Stephanie Flanders examines the arguments over the near collapse of the global financial system and asks what future students should learn from it.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-11-02 20:30:00
The Economist's New Clothes: Stephanie Flanders examines the arguments over the near collapse of the global financial system and asks what future students should learn from it.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-11-01 21:30:00
Knowing Too Much: Investigative journalist Martin Bright asks if the truth is really always desirable and in the wider public interest.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-10-26 21:30:00
Knowing Too Much: Investigative journalist Martin Bright asks if the truth is really always desirable and in the wider public interest.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-10-26 20:30:00
Knowing Too Much: Investigative journalist Martin Bright asks if the truth is really always desirable and in the wider public interest.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-10-25 22:30:00
Ayatollogy: Edward Stourton asks if a battle over theology could help bring about the end of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

> Analysis on BBC Radio 4 at 2009-10-25 21:30:00
Ayatollogy: Edward Stourton asks if a battle over theology could help bring about the end of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

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