This week a guide to musical manipulation from Midge Ure as he explains how technology has changed music from Chopin to Stevie Wonder.
David Attenborough is still amused by a melting banjo, a tipsy folk singer and the perils of live television fifty years ago whilst his Natural History Unit colleagues explain how to make a goat last a week. Not something to bother brilliant food writer Damien Trench back with more recipes this week - he's sticking to a selection of mini quiches..
And why a listener wrote "Don't Look Away Pick of the Week this is important!" About a documentary about something we take for granted - toilets but the lack of which kills fourteen hundred children under five every day.
Food Programme (12.30pm 16th Feb - Radio 4)
In and Out the Kitchen (11.30am 10th Feb - Radio 4)
David Attenborough and the Natural History of Folk (10pm 12 Feb - Radio 2)
Drama on 3: Head Hunters (10pm 16th Feb - Radio 3)
Book of the Week: The Almost Nearly Perfect People (9.45am all week - Radio 4)
David Jacobs: A Celebration (11pm 9th Feb - Radio 2)
I've Played Every Toilet (11.30am 11th Feb - Radio 4)
Costing the Earth (3.30pm 11th Feb - Radio 4)
Freedom 2014: Freedom Songs (11th Feb - World Service)
All You Need is Lab: How Science and Technology Inspired Innovation in Music (10.30am 15th Feb - Radio 4)
Johnnie Walker's Long Players (10pm 13th Feb - Radio 2).