To mark Primrose Day, BBC's Martha Kearney has been been to visit the award-winning nature writer Richard Mabey at his cottage garden in Norfolk. He tells her children should be allowed to pick wild primroses.
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Climate change protests
More than 500 protesters have been arrested in the climate protests in central London. Ex-police chief Peter Fahy says arresting protesters is not practical. We also hear from Professor of Climate Change Corinne Le Quere and Professor of Economics at LSE Lord Stern.
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Nearly 10,000 fines for breaches of "petty" council orders were issued in England and Wales in 2018, with a quarter of those in Peterborough alone. Hillingdon councillor David Simmonds defends the rise in fines but lawyer Rosie Brighouse says powers are misused.
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Friday's business with Katie Prescott
In two segments, Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz aims his sights on big tech companies and on inequality. Why these preoccupations? (Photo: Getty Images)
Extinction Rebellion's protests
Extinction Rebellion has defended their protests which have caused travel disruption across London. The co-founder of the group, Gail Bradbrook, told Today they were "making history" and people should take time off work to join them.
(Image: Protest in London, credit: Getty Images)