3/5 Isabella continues to see Edward Lane, but her feelings are not returned by him.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
A rainy and disease-hit harvest could mean less British wheat in our biscuits and cereals.
1/4 Stephen Fry gets help from David Hockney on how language and colour work together.
1/5 Edi Stark asks the ultimate twins question: Does any other relationship come close? (R)
4/5 High drama, as Mrs Robinson's diaries are taken away by her opportunistic husband.
Judy Murray on tennis, her kids and achieving sporting ambitions. With Jenni Murray.
The host bars revealing the cracks in South Korea's conservative social structures.
Paul Jackson and a team of scriptwriters assess the legacy of Steptoe and Son, 50 years on
Does university clearing provide students with what they need? A ban on smoking in parks.
James Naughtie on the industrialist credited with turning around Rolls Royce's fortunes.
4/5 Lucy Ash is in Hungary, where students were suddenly told they faced university tuition.
Helen Mark is in Ireland, looking at attitudes down the centuries to the peat bogs.
Rhidian Brook presents an appeal on behalf of the charity the Salvation Army.
Comedian and author Russell Kane discusses Ian Fleming's James Bond novels.
Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger on male masculinity and 19th century poetry.
How a child with total paralysis could kick a football using a brain-controlled suit.
Jeanette Winterson on witch trials; Birger Larsen, director of The Killing; political pop.
Should severely obese children be taken into care?
Peter Day looks at the insatiable demand for coal and asks if it can ever go green.
James Aldred encounters one of the world's most powerful birds of prey, the harpy eagle.
Friday 17 August 2012