BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Jules Hudson is in North Yorkshire discovering the fascinating history of Richmond Castle.
Caz Graham investigates how farming co-operatives work in the UK, Europe and globally.
Suzy Klein and Richard Coles with studio guest Lynda Bellingham and some remarkable people
Laurence Llewelyn Bowen honours the first workers' resort on the centenary of the Lights.
Does digital technology open or close our minds? A show from the Aspen Festival of Ideas.
The BBC's foreign correspondents take a closer look at the stories behind the headlines.
Paul Lewis on a crackdown on claims managers who don't always deliver the promised cash.
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a live discussion of news and politics from Hebden Bridge.
Listeners' responses to this week's Any Questions?
1/5 Anti-apartheid campaigner Albie Sachs on the Largo from Dvorak's New World Symphony.
The Norwegian lawyer who prosecuted Anders Behring Breivik. Presented by Jane Garvey.
Clive Anderson joins Luke Treadaway, Phil Cornwell, Alexandra Roach and Charlie Connelly.
Claire Bolderson profiles Frances O'Grady, soon to the the first woman to lead the TUC.
Tom Sutcliffe and his guests review the week's cultural highlights, including The Tempest.
Composer Gavin Bryars explores the ideas, personas and reception of his mentor John Cage.
2/3 How should we teach? John Humphrys challenges education experts.
Roger McGough with a brand new series, and a cheery selection of poetry requests.
Sunday 2 September 2012