4/5 Marilyn Yalom on the rise to power of the chess queen which was once as feeble as a pawn.
BBC Radio 3
33/40 Saving Species reports from Panama about the plight of Sloths in the Caribbean.
BBC Radio 4
3/5 David Hendy discusses how chess was played and lost on the Third Programme.
2/5 Author Anuradha Roy on the power and poignancy of chess as a metaphor in Indian culture.
1/5 Dr Irving Finkel of the British Museum on why chess is the ultimate game.
2/2 What kind of moral creatures are we? Steve Evans explores the issues.
BBC World Service
1/2 Is the Jewish community threatened by rising anti-semitism and a rewriting of history?
Maurice Strong talks environmental inertia and Chinese progress - plus lost under a city
Steve Edwards investigates why Chicago such a hotbed of corruption
5/5 Kamila Shamsie and friends go to eat on the Bunns Road in Karachi.