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# BBC Radio 4

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February 2023
# Paul Mescal
'Universe works in interesting ways': Paul Mescal says Oscar nomination was 'welcome respite' for family
Paul Mescal’s mother was preparing for chemotherapy on the day he was nominated for an Academy Award.
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# Brexit
Sammy Wilson: 'We know the Irish; if you stand up to them, they will take you seriously'
The DUP’s Brexit spokesman made his comments on BBC Radio 4 this morning.
# Brexit
George Osborne: Second Brexit referendum or general election likely in 2019
The former chancellor was David Cameron’s closest ally in government for six years.
# between ourselves
Here's everything we know about Marian Keyes' upcoming comedy series so far
This’ll be a must listen, no doubt.
Tánaiste: 'Some in the UK don't seem to get it. Nobody is talking about building a wall'
Tánaiste Simon Coveney says it’s his job to hammer home what’s at stake for Ireland by being “polite but firm”.
# Royal interview
Barack Obama warns against 'irresponsible' social media use in interview with Prince Harry
Obama was interviewed by Prince Harry, who took the role as guest editor on BBC Radio 4′s Today programme.
# surge in demand
'That's an extraordinary number': The amount of UK applications for Irish passports set to double
The Irish Ambassador to the UK said that the surge comes as a direct result of Brexit.
# world at What?!
The BBC might want to rethink this radio display
# less than nobel
This Nobel Prize winner just apologised for saying all women in laboratories cry when criticised
Briton Sir Tim Hunt said his controversial remarks were meant to be taken in a humorous fashion.
# Meaning of Life
Stephen Fry surprised at 'explosion' of reaction after THAT Gay Byrne interview
Speaking this morning, Fry said that he was astonished by the reaction to his RTÉ interview.
# cúpla focail
Listen: Here's new Gaeltacht Minister Joe McHugh giving BBC listeners an Irish lesson...
McHugh is taking a language refresher course to work on his “rusty” Irish skills.
# bite me
Women Who Eat On Tubes founder says Facebook page is 'an art project'
Tony Burke says it’s part of an observational study.
# Cork air crash
Aviation company behind Cork air crash 'in danger of losing its licence to fly'
Concerns over Barcelona-based Flightline outlined as BBC radio programme hears how survivor’s recollection of the horror crash.