Can the Conservatives increase their share of the minority vote? Hugh Muir investigates.
Henning Wehn investigates 'Ostrock' - the East German rock and pop music scene.
Essex born and bred, writer Ian Sansom goes back to the county that made him who he is.
Connie St Louis investigates ethnic marketing in the pharmaceutical industry.
An examination of the way manners and etiquette have evolved over the centuries
Allan Little looks at the changing dynamic of the European Union, as power heads east.
Allan Little looks at key moments and issues that brought the EU to the current crisis
Lucy Ash profiles five controversial characters from different corners of the continent
Chris Bowlby looks at how the far right is influencing mainstream European politics
Series of programmes exploring migration in Europe
Historian Margaret MacMillan explores what has really shaped Europeans' identity.
Former federal chairman Alan Greenspan in conversation with Evan Davis.
With new access to family archive, Philip Eade revisits the life of the great novelist.
Your drive-time catch up of what's happening in Northern Ireland and abroad.
Clive Anderson presents a legal discussion series.
Art critic Louisa Buck lifts the lid on Painting By Number kits.
Most published science papers are untrue, but few ever get tested. Jolyon Jenkins reports.
Travel magazine, featuring travellers' tales, experiences and anecdotes
Justin Rowlatt interviews the world's greatest economists
Juliet Gardiner compares experiments in communal living today with those after WWII.
Adam Rutherford presents a three-part series on extinction
Travelling with the extreme commuters; a modern phenomenon.
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Original investigations into social injustice, public policy, inefficiency and fraud
John Andrew returns to Paris where he lost his heart to 60s icon Francoise Hardy.
Nick Ross investigates the health impact of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident.
The life and changing times of Woman's Weekly as it celebrates its centenary.
Can Harry Potter fans change the world? Jolyon Jenkins looks at the growth of fan activism
Tim Samuels invites guests to curate and create the festival of their wildest dreams
Dr Margaret McCartney and leading medical historians tell the story of general practice.
Elaine Mitchell takes a weekly look at farming, countryside issues, industry and tech
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside
Getting to the heart of country life with a look at individual farming endeavours.
Series investigating the deaths of various creatures
Rainer Hersch explores the dazzling technique of today's musical virtuosos.
Two Falklands veterans with mixed feelings about having sons in the military.
Aasmah Mir asks if Scottish society has been split in two by the independence referendum.
Across Britain, cremation ashes remain uncollected. Amanda Mitchinson investigates why.
Radio 4's forum for comments, queries, criticisms and congratulations
David Loyn investigates why US food aid policy isn't working, and how it could be reformed
The story of the Nigerian musician and political revolutionary.
Alistair McGowan uncovers the sensational, creative life of the Irish composer John Field.
Novelist Bernardine Evaristo on the complex man at the heart of the black arts movement.
David Goldblatt tells the turbulent story of FIFA, international football's governing body
Anthony Howard looks back at key episodes that have marked the Queen's reign.
Kat Arney investigates why little girls are addicted to the colour pink, and if it matters
Andy Martin asks what influence loyalists retain on the politics of Northern Ireland.
Award-winning current affairs documentary series
Quentin Cooper looks at the weaknesses in GPS and the future of navigation.
Helen Keen explores selective mutism, a condition often described as a phobia of speaking.