Laurie Taylor explores the Russian government's battle with the future of the internet. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
New charges for carrier bags are introduced.
Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the common hawk cuckoo from the Bengal region. (R)
Tom Sutcliffe with Jonathan Franzen, Gillian Tett, Tacita Dean and Helen Margetts.
1/5 Margaret Thatcher tackles the problem of Hong Kong.
Two students talk about the psychological pressures of starting university.
Performer Byron Vincent tries to overcome his paralysing fear of social situations.
Used Volkswagens sell for less after emissions scandal, plus Lotto adds more numbers.
Paul Barrett explains why Franz Baron Nopcsa von Felso-Szilvas is his Natural History Hero
Dan Saladino on whether bitterness is disappearing from our food, and why it matters. (R)
Folk singer Eliza Carthy discovers Manchester's 19th-century broadside ballads.
A look back at the life of author Henning Mankell, who has died. John Wilson presents.
Neal Razzell reports on Spain's economic crisis, which has hit bullfighting hard.
How far is the Middle East today defined by the legacy of the Iran-Iraq war?
From a revered god in ancient Egypt to a comic character in Peter Pan, crocs fascinate us. (R)
Tom Sutcliffe with Jonathan Franzen, Gillian Tett, Tacita Dean and Helen Margetts. (R)
5/6 Swedish novelist Henning Mankell reflects from his home in France on the state of Europe. (R)
Michael Rosen and Professor John Mullan talk romance, Romantic poets and romanticism. (R)
5/6 Are our connected modern lives making us lonelier than ever? (R)
1/5 Margaret Thatcher tackles the problem of Hong Kong. (R)