R4Report: French, Republican and Muslim, Insha’Allah? 29...01/29/15
France is urging its Muslim population to be more French. But, Helen Grady asks, does this insistence on secularism leave them any space for being a Muslim?
The Report: French, Republican and Muslim, Insha'Allah?
France wants its Muslims to be more French, but where does this leave their identity?
R4Report: Germany, Islam and the new Right 22 Jan 15
Germany's new anti-Islamisation movement, Pegida, is attracting a middle-aged following to its weekly marches around the country. Catrin Nye travels to the city of Dresden and meets its founder.
R4Report: CIA Torture - What Did Britain Know? 15 Jan 15
Last month's Senate report on the CIA and torture raises important issues for Britain. Is enough being done to investigate the possible involvement of UK intelligence agencies?
R4Report: Islamic State 08 Jan 15
Aimen Dean left school in Saudi Arabia to fight jihad in Bosnia in the 1990s. But with the rise of al Qaeda he became disillusioned with his comrades’ drift towards terrorism. He joined al Qaeda – but working undercover for the British government....
R4Report: Rape: Prosecuting Accusers 18 Dec 14
Do prosecutions for false accusations of rape deter women from coming forward, or is it the best way to get justice for men who go through the ordeal of clearing their name? Melanie Abbott asks whether the police are properly investigating accusations...
R4Report: Private schools and public benefit 11 Dec 14
Tristram Hunt, Shadow Education Secretary, has caused controversy by arguing that private schools that don't have partnerships with their state counterparts should lose their business rates relief. But how easy is it to discover what partnerships are...
R4Report: Derby Jihadist 04 Dec
Suspected suicide bomber Kabir Ahmed left the UK to fight for IS - the second Islamist extremist from Derby to die abroad in recent years. Simon Cox looks at the networks connecting the two men and investigates whether their leaders are still active...
R4Report: Right to Buy 20 Nov 2014
Right to Buy was one of the landmark successes of Margaret Thatcher's government, enabling over 2 million tenants to buy council homes at a discounted price. Since coming to power, David Cameron has reinvigorated the policy by introducing discounts of...
R4Report: Tesco: Trouble at the Top 13 Nov 14
Tesco is under investigation by the Serious Fraud Office over an alleged black hole in its accounts. Simon Cox tells the story of Tesco's biggest crisis to date.
R4Report: Paramedics Under Pressure 09 Oct 2014
A rising number of paramedics are quitting ambulance services across the UK. Adrian Goldberg reveals how unprecedented levels of 999 calls combined with a growing culture of target-chasing has increased pressure on the remaining front-line staff,...
R4Report: Francis: The Pope's Calling 02 Oct 2014
As the leaders of the Catholic Church gather to debate teaching on the family, is Pope Francis really the "revolutionary" Pope that his admirers hope for and his critics fear?
R4Report: Stirling Decides 25 Sept 2014
Sharmini Selvarajah spends the week in the run up to the vote on Scottish independence in Stirling following local people as they decided which way to cast their ballots.
R4Report: The Right to be Forgotten 18 Sept 2014
Simon Cox asks why people want to have some results wiped from Google searches and if the new EU law is just the start of more privacy for EU citizens.
R4Report: Racism in Northern Ireland 11 Sep 14
In Belfast, racist crimes are being recorded more and more frequently. But who is behind them? Helen Grady investigates.
R4Report: Afghan Sikhs 04 Sep 14
After 35 Afghan Sikhs were found in a container at Tilbury docks, Melanie Abbott asks why they were so desperate to get to the UK, and meets the community they were to join.
R4Report: Publishing Wars 28 Aug 14
Amazon, the online retailer, and large publishers are fighting over prices again. Adam Fleming reports on why this latest book war is so serious and who will be the winners and losers.
R4Report: Surrogacy 21 Aug 14
Surrogacy in the UK is based on trust rather than a legally enforceable contract between surrogate and intended parents. Catrin Nye asks if the system is sustainable.
R4Report: The Big Society 14 Aug 14
Part of the Conservatives' vision of a more socially active Britain: Children's fitness classes; a website to encourage volunteers and an Olympics legacy programme were three projects given millions of pounds of public money - yet they failed to...
R4Report: Litvinenko - The miniature nuclear attack 07 Aug 14
Alexander Litvinenko was killed painfully and publicly by radioactive poisoning in London in November 2006. Nearly eight years later, after a protracted battle by his widow, a public inquiry has finally been established to find out why the ex-Russian...
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