BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Ireland's go-ahead for the first GM crop trials in 14 years. Presented by Anna Hill.
Libby Purves is joined by The Great British Bake Off's Paul Hollywood.
Are women under increasing pressure to look a certain way? Jenni Murray takes your calls.
1/4 Jolyon Jenkins looks at Sealand, the real-life "Passport to Pimlico".
How to get hold of those elusive remaining Olympic tickets. Consumer news with Shari Vahl.
Scores of people with learning disabilities are ending up in forced marriages.
3/5 Peter White follows the youngsters who helped inspire London's bid for the Olympics.
An edition of Money Box presented by Ruth Alexander, looking at young people's finances.
Dr Mark Porter discovers the reasons for the recent rise in serious liver diseases.
'Jobs for the Boys?' Discrimination and nepotism in the media industry, with Laurie Taylor
ITV's Chief Executive Adam Crozier on what the future holds for the network.
6/6 Julia Donaldson reads from her diaries, recalling her teenage obsession with Mick Jagger.
John Wilson pays tribute to Gore Vidal and visits the William Morris Gallery.
James Bridle asks how computer networks will affect cultural memories.
Dr Kat Arney charts the rise and fall in popularity of chemistry sets.
5/5 Elsecar Park, Barnsley has been both paradise and hell for one man. Alan Dein investigates (R)
Thursday 2 August 2012