Neil MacGregor focuses on the long tradition of German metalwork, from clocks to cars. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Will there be a pumpkin shortage at Halloween? We hear from a grower in Lincolnshire.
Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the Arctic specialist, the king eider duck.
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
Kirsty Young talks to composer Debbie Wiseman. (R)
Neil MacGregor focuses on the Bauhaus school of art and design, founded in Weimar in 1919.
Norway female conscription; biscuit girls; paddle dolls and eating disorders
Mukti Jain Campion discovers the long and surprising history of the swastika.
15/15 Peter Conrad turns his attention to the 9/11 museum.
Anne Fine discusses gender-biased books, plus overcrowded canals in London.
5/5 Aleks Krotoski tells the story of how GPS helped navigation in the first Gulf War.
Eric Robson is in Findon, West Sussex, for the horticultural panel programme.
3/3 Fleming visits the garage in Chicago where the St Valentine's Day Massacre took place.
Obituary series, analysing and celebrating the lives of people who have recently died.
Moral Maze's controversial trail, and how could BAME experts change the sound of BBC radio
A son thinks his father is distant, but his mother understands he struggles with emotions.
News, reviews and interviews from the worlds of art, literature, film and music.
Neil MacGregor focuses on the Bauhaus school of art and design, founded in Weimar in 1919. (R)
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Brecon in Wales.
Adam Gopnik draws a lesson on the nature of love from the eyesore of love locks in Paris.
3/5 Prof Kathy Willis explores our changing relationship with plants.
Adam Hills and Steven Pinker discuss their favourite books with Harriett Gilbert. (R)
Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster.
A mother and son reflect on the loneliness and pain of dealing with depression.