Laurie Taylor discusses an ethnography of crack users and a study of a Cambridge crew.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Charlotte Smith hears the English pilot badger culls will be challenged in court.
Andrew Marr with David Hare, Iain Banks, George Benjamin and Rachel Seiffert.
1/5 Mould-breaking nature writer Kathleen Jamie takes listeners to a world of ice and silence.
IVF and egg-sharing, grandfathers, gang psychology, circus art. Presented by Jane Garvey.
Claudia meets Julian Rotter, who promoted personality theory in clinical psychology.
Flu jab campaigns, paternity leave and small businesses, TVs from Ikea.
6/20 How Henry V's battle gear reflects the Elizabethan view of English history.
Dan Saladino finds out why America's brewing scene is a growing influence on British beer.
One million books given away for free - how did it affect those involved?
Shakespeare's sonnets in World Book Night books; Winning Words at Olympic Park.
Mr Fan, Vietnamese boatperson, barber, Chinese gardener, English horseman, tells his story
Emre Azizlerli investigates how gay men in Turkey are humiliated by the army.
Science magazine programme.
Chris Ledgard examines how trademark law can control the language of the Olympic games.
Susan Hulme with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Tuesday 24 April 2012