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White middle-class settlers in edgy areas, plus how to get ahead in the media.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The advantages of blight-resistant GM potatoes and warnings of a global food crisis.
2/6 Amanda explores an ideal of refinement and culture which has roots in Renaissance Italy.
1/5 1974. Historians Correlli Barnett and Paul Johnson clash on the causes of Britain's demise
1/5 Kate Summerscale's new book follows a sensational trial in Victorian England.
What Olympic success means for women's sport, and why working women undervalue their work.
Yasmeen Khan explores the bling-filled world of the British Asian wedding. (R)
Who really wins from tourist attractions offering 'free' annual passes?
James Naughtie considers the longest-serving prime minister of the 20th century.
1/5 Lucy visits Schwabisch Hall which has been swamped with young job applicants.
Can changing our dining utensils change the flavour of food? Simon Parkes investigates.
Comedian, journalist and GP, Dr Phil Hammond selects his favourite books and poems.
Rock star Alice Cooper, actor Clive Owen, and new US crime drama Person of Interest.
Historian Tristram Hunt MP considers the legacy of Octavia Hill, 100 years after her death
Mobeen Azhar finds out how a charity is helping heroin addicts in Karachi.
A look at phonics and neuroscience, maths and the epic classics, and animal empathy. (R)
Chris Ledgard visits Brussels, a melting pot of European languages.
Tuesday 14 August 2012