5/5 Daniel Tammet's essay explores how beauty and creativity inform the work of mathematicians
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
A listener who was once shot tells us why he thinks British gun control laws are too tough
Helen Mark explores the Gwent Levels, an extensive low-lying area of the Severn Estuary.
Take British fruit, sugar and lemon juice. Boil, and get a multimillion pound industry.
Sian Williams and John McCarthy with Neil Oliver, plus Emma Thompson's Inheritance Tracks.
Stephen Smith dips his toe in the waters of this great national institution.
What are memories and what role do they play? Bridget Kendall and guests discuss.
Kate Adie hosts correspondents from Mali, Italy, South Africa and Beijing.
4/4 Michael Robinson assesses what the future holds in the wake of the rate-fixing scandal.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents a panel discussion of news and politics from Cheltenham.
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Post-natal psychosis, foundling Victoria Vardy, Nina Bawden, infidelity and Anna del Conte
Nikki Bedi is joined by actor and screenwriter Seth MacFarlane, Dom Joly and Amy Shindler.
A profile of nine-times paralympic gold medallist, Lee Pearson.
Bidisha and her guests review the week's cultural highlights, including Sweet Tooth.
Mark Damazer celebrates 50 years of his favourite television quiz.
1/3 John Humphrys asks leading educationists what we should teach.
Simon Armitage takes us to sea to explore one of the oldest poems in the English language.
Sunday 26 August 2012