Heseltine's growth report, Obama visits Sandy sufferers, and can computers write novels?
BBC Radio 4
Storm Sandy, unnecessary cancer treatment, and swapping MPs with scientists.
Discussing patient abuse, one-in-five below 'living wage', and the Brothers Grimm.
How abuse cases come to court, ash tree disease, and does TV reflect society?
New tests for teachers, autumn colours, and how do we know what is real?
Benefits changes, plus road potholes and the world's oldest record label.
Including standardised food labels, plus the BBC and Savile, and Joanna Lumley on nuns.
The Savile scandal, plus the US presidential debate, and what's in a nickname?
The BBC and the Savile scandal, plus 'tough and intelligent' justice, and 'earworms'.
Andrew Mitchell resignation, cuts protests plus Hemingway's alternative endings.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
Savile inquiries, plus Booker Prize-winner Hilary Mantel and the US presidential debate.
Decision to close the UK consulate in Basra, Gary McKinnon's extradition and EU membership
Scotland's referendum, plus calls for a change to UK drug laws, and Bryan Ferry on Gaga.
BBC Savile inquiries, Pakistan reacts to shot girl, plus is Ireland the new Dallas?
Gas price rise, badger culls and a French 'attack' on UK fishing boat.
Should 16-year-olds vote? Plus care homes' accountability and Tim Burton on his new film.
Are we facing higher food prices? Plus William Hague; Hilary Mantel on the Booker Prize.
David Cameron on the EU, welfare, Boris and more, plus Miranda Hart on life and comedy.
Morning news and current affairs. Includes Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Morning news and current affairs. Includes Sports Desk, Weather, Thought for the Day.
Imran Khan on US drone strikes, UK manufacturing and the Bond theme's creator.
Gus O'Donnell on the civil service, plus a warning on 'land grabs' and National Poetry Day
Ed Miliband on 'one nation Labour', the West Coast rail bid and the future of UK films.
Liam Byrne on welfare reform, plus the Georgian election, and the British stiff upper lip.