BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Caz Graham spends a day at the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh.
The day's top news stories from Westminster with Susan Hulme.
Egyptian novelist and cultural commentator Ahdaf Soueif is interviewed by Kirsty Young.
What relevance does Elizabeth Cady Stanton's Woman's Bible have today? With Jenni Murray.
Tim's identity is clear to him, but can Northern Ireland ever accept a black Irishman?
Consumer news with Peter White. Is eBay doing enough to protect buyers from fraud?
Olivier's theatre and stage career spanned more than 60 years with 12 Oscar nominations.
20/20 In the concluding episode, Richard Holloway sums up the journey he has undertaken.
Eric Robson and the panel answer the gardening questions sent in by post and email.
3/3 AL Kennedy draws a surprising comparison when she visits luxury hotel Chateau Marmont.
Matthew Bannister on Rodney King, Teofilo Stevenson, Gitta Sereny and Victor Spinetti.
Radio 4's Bloomsday - triumph or blooming inconvenience? Plus, what next for Chris Moyles?
Fi Glover presents the Radio 4 series, this week capturing Hackney in conversation.
Ted Hughes' Crow, guitarist Milos, artist Mark Wallinger and Gordon Ramsay behind bars.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents a topical discussion from the Radio Theatre, Broadcasting House
Adam Gopnik ruminates on how to handle a bad review.
4/4 Richard Holloway focuses on writers and thinkers of the 20th and 21st centuries.
Harriett Gilbert and guests Ian Marchant and Larry Lamb discuss their favourite paperbacks
Mark D'Arcy with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Saturday 23 June 2012