Food bank Britain. Also, food poverty in Europe. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
A new drug for dairy cattle is suspended after cows die in Denmark.
Kate Humble presents the goosander. (R)
Jonathan Freedland focuses on Hillary Clinton and pioneering political women from history.
Susie Orbach meets Louise and Richard, who are expecting their first child in a few days. (R)
1/5 Rebecca Front reads Bernadette Murphy's account of her mission to solve an art mystery.
Great British Bake Off finalist Martha Collison Cooks the Perfect cake.
A 77-year-old cox and a rowing eight that helps him recover from the loss of his wife.
Tim Dowling talks to author and journalist David Thomas about the nature of ambition. (R)
Winifred Robinson with the latest on the collapse of BHS and self building abroad.
11/20 A tabloid history of Shakespeare's England, told via contemporary accounts of murder plots (R)
From White House food to the Pope's favourite dessert, Dan Saladino on kitchens of power. (R)
Actress Stephanie Cole chooses her favourite words at Bristol Old Vic Theatre.
4/6 Brian Cox and Robin Ince and guests discuss the biological battle of the sexes.
Arts news, interviews and reviews.
3/3 Steve Richards examines the events of Jeremy Corbyn's year as Labour leader.
The shocking world of the men in Malawi tasked with stealing the innocence of young girls. (R)
Brett Westwood investigates the biology and culture of the fox. (R)
Jonathan Freedland focuses on Hillary Clinton and pioneering political women from history. (R)
Michael Rosen on the words used in PR that have been rated as the most annoying. Iconic... (R)
1/4 Tom Dyckhoff looks at the design of dolls and how we represent ourselves. (R)
1/5 Rebecca Front reads Bernadette Murphy's account of her mission to solve an art mystery. (R)