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Love Island stars will in future be offered therapy, social media training and financial advice, ITV has said after the death of an ex-contestant.

Technology is increasingly being used by domestic abusers to trap, control or hunt down their victims, @RefugeCharity has told the Victoria Derbyshire programme (@VictoriaLIVE).

"If we want to make sure globally that we are a safe and tolerant and inclusive world we cannot think about this in terms of boundaries."

Mette Abildgaard said it was the first time she had brought her five-month-old daughter to work, as her father could not step in to take care of her.

In Only Artists at 9.30pm, the actor Tom Hiddleston talks to the composer @NicholasBritell.

"Nobody wants their journalism to inspire somebody to do something terrible."

At 9pm, @tomheapmedia investigates the problems caused by air pollution, and asks how it affects children's health. He visits schools in Manchester and London and looks at new initiatives which hope to try to reduce pollution around school sites.

RT @BBCFrontRow: Tune in to @BBCRadio4 tonight at 7.15pm to hear more of @twhiddleston on what means to him.

RT @BBCSounds: "He's the biggest musician arguably's very hard to erase somebody like that"

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@HuffPost @lpolgreen @amolrajan You can download today's ep of The Media Show from @BBCSounds or your usual podcast provider:

Anton Lesser reads Coming by Philip Larkin, to celebrate Radio 4's day of spring poetry. 🌷

RT @BBCWomansHour: Much has been written on men & porn use but little on women – 🎧 👉 former heavy user of porn @NeelamTailor.

Paul McGann reads The Year's Awakening by Thomas Hardy as part of Radio 4's day of poetry celebrating the coming of spring.

At 4.30pm, The Media Show is on ethics, trust and transgression. @HuffPost's @lpolgreen; Google's Madhav Chinnappa and David Austin, CEO of British Board of Film Classification join @AmolRajan.

Studies suggest regular exercise is more effective than any drug yet invented to prevent conditions facing older people, such as muscle loss - so why not run?

Adjoa Andoh reads In Time of Silver Rain by Langston Hughes to continue Radio 4's day of poetry marking the spring equinox.

The number of first-time buyers is up, says Chancellor Philip Hammond. At 3pm, Moneybox asks: will it continue? If you've managed to buy your first property, how did you do it and what help did you get?

Through the lens of her own experience, Mae Martin's Guide to 21st Century Addiction follows @TheMaeMartin chronologically through a lifetime of obsessive behaviour and addiction with all her characteristic wit and levity. Join her at 6.30pm.

To mark the coming of spring, Radio 4 brings you poems throughout the day. Pippa Haywood reads Siegrfried Sassoon's Another Spring. 🌸

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