Professor Alan Watson has spent 40 years trying to unravel the mysteries of cosmic rays
BBC World Service
Soil on Mars could supply drinking water for future explorers
Adam Walton explores the Maker Movement, which aims to promote a DIY approach to robotics.
BBC Radio Wales
Caz Graham heads to Cumbria's Lyth Valley on a hunt for damsons at harvest time.
BBC Radio 4
Rachael Garside finds out about sea otters and horse endurance.
Brett Westwood presents the story and sound of the bluethroat. (R)
BBC Somerset's weekly look at rural news, countryside issues, wildlife and local events.
A look at the economic impact of coach tours, plus Peter May visits the Island of Lewis. (R)
BBC Radio Scotland
Why do we look back and yearn for the past, or recall sweet memories of our youth?
Navin Khadka reports from the IPCC meeting in Stockholm
Answering questions from everyday chemistry to quantum physics.
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Anna Foster with highlights from 5 live's Energy Day.
BBC Radio 5 live
The rise of instant noodles. Also, British men dancing like Brazilians. (R)
How robust is GPS and what are the consequences of the system's weaknesses?
Monday 30 September 2013