BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Helen Mark goes 'doon the watter' to explore the Isle of Bute, off Scotland's west coast.
After a summer of protests, blockades and summits the voluntary milk code is agreed.
Mark D'Arcy has the best of Friday's debate in the Commons.
Magazine show presented by Sian Williams and John McCarthy with studio guest Edwina Currie
1/3 Steve Punt is called on to investigate a dead pensioner's secret stash of arms.
Sue Cameron of the Daily Telegraph looks behind the scenes at Westminster.
Kate Adie hosts reports from correspondents in Greece, Chechnya, Israel, France and China.
The City watchdog warns banks to stop selling us products we don't need. With Paul Lewis.
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a live discussion of news and politics from Lympstone, Devon.
Topics include the cabinet reshuffle and the national honours system. With Anita Anand.
2/5 An exploration of how Beethoven's Violin Concerto has touched and changed people's lives.
Highlights from the Woman's Hour week, including Emma Thompson on Peter Rabbit.
Clive Anderson is joined by Rob Brydon, with music from Beth Orton.
Geeta Guru-Murthy profiles Grant Shapps, the new Conservative party co-chairman.
A review of the week's cultural highlights with Tom Sutcliffe.
Satirist Joe Queenan reveals that the search for someone to blame is always successful.
3/3 John Humphrys asks leading education decision makers and thinkers - who should teach?
Tom Sutcliffe is joined by competing teams from the Midlands and the South of England.
Roger McGough with poetry requests, including work by Frost, Yeats and Julia Copus.
Sunday 9 September 2012