BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
A global investor tells Charlotte Smith there's no future for small dairy farms in Europe.
A battle at Prime Minister's Questions over freezing fuel duty. With Susan Hulme.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Arab philosopher Al-Kindi.
Childcare tips from Denmark and live music from jazz singer Kate Dimbleby.
Kate Adie hosts correspondents' despatches from Syria, Mexico, India, Latvia and Italy.
Hugh Haughton explores how 'the uncanny' has shaped fiction, film, architecture and art.
Minister for Older People, getting fit from the sofa, GPs and cancer survival rates.
Epidemiologist instrumental in proving the link between cigarette smoking and lung cancer.
4/5 Martin Palmer reflects on the role of caves in religious stories and traditions.
6/6 Clare Balding meets author Barry Stone, his partner Paul and their dog, Bonzo.
Caseworker Santok Odedra appeals on behalf of Refugee Action. Donate online at BBC Radio 4
Adele Parks and Jane Green discuss the continuing appeal of Chick Lit.
Forty years on from The Exorcist, director William Friedkin on his new film, Killer Joe.
Quentin Cooper investigates the news in science and science in the news.
Mark Lawson talks to singer Macy Gray, plus culture minister Ed Vaizey on libraries.
Joshua Rozenberg asks if the government is planning to go easy on white collar criminals.
Evan Davis and guests debate whether the market allocates capital to the right companies.
Can animals be gay? Hermione Cockburn investigates the biologists who say they can.
4/5 Kim's grandmother faces the choice of risking losing her son at sea or to a Cambodian mine
Chancellor George Osborne on the Barclays Bank interest rate-rigging scandal.
Friday 29 June 2012