Debating the end of the Iraq war, plus the alleged cricket scam and Today's new theme tune
BBC Radio 4
Debating corruption in cricket, the rights of traveller communities and brainwave music.
Debating international crisis prevention, the BBC's future and the Last of the Summer Wine
Reporting on Niger's famine and floods and debating education equality and the US economy.
Debating Asil Nadir's return, a mackerel war in the making and doctors and religion.
With Treasury response to IFS criticisms of the Budget and a debate on the rise in STIs.
Investigating NI Troubles, GCSE results and the use of the word "junkie".
Including Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day with Rev Dr David Wilkinson.
Debating the right to privacy, welfare reform and hopes for Middle East peace talks.
Debating NI violence, complaints over high speed rail and the release of al-Megrahi.
With Evan Davis's Spitfire flight, the future of A-levels and Bob Harris's whisper.
With Deputy PM Nick Clegg and debating trade wars and the death of cricket.
With Chancellor George Osborne and debating drug prohibition and the death of Dr Kelly.
Including Sir Alan Budd's OBR regrets, A-level A-stars and the Battle of Britain.
With Alistair Darling on the RBS crisis and James Naughtie at the Edinburgh Festival.
Debating the Afghan war timeline, German recovery, ITV's future and dysfunction at the FA.
Debating the US withdrawal from Iraq, Con-Lib collaboration, and the resurrection of disco
Discussing talks with the Taliban, Bank of England credibility and UFOs in the woods.
Debating cutting benefit fraud, civilian deaths in Afghanistan and Domesday online.
Debating free milk in schools, new nuclear power and the effect of speed cameras.
The latest on Pakistan's floods, and is David Cameron a gaffe-prone politician?
Debating Zardari's political baggage, dementia and lifestyle, and what makes us laugh.
Debating economic tight-rope walking, Naomi Campbell at a trial and geographical ignorance
Debating cloned meat in the UK, selling the state share in banks, and Twitter profundity.
With the latest on the floods in Pakistan. Plus PD James at 90 on life, death and the BBC.
Debating whether banks should be lending more to small business. And how funny is the UK?