BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
A drought in Spain means less olive oil will be produced this year.
Susan Hulme presents the top news stories from Westminster.
Hardeep Singh Kohli meets Pam Ayres and John Taylor of Duran Duran.
Mary Robinson, novelist Attica Locke, and targeting women voters. With Jenni Murray.
How do Northern Ireland's 18-year-olds feel about their country's past and future?
Winifred Robinson looks at computers made easy, the Olympic transport legacy and telegrams
3/10 Juliet Gardiner on the Book of Revelation with its apocalyptic visions of divine judgement
Vincent Duggleby takes your calls on insurance. Issues include a shake-up of premiums.
Dr Mark Porter finds out about the latest understanding and treatment of osteoarthritis.
Gay-straight friendships, and how students approach alcohol. With Laurie Taylor.
Armando Iannucci talks to Steve Hewlett about writing and producing for television.
Mark Lawson on Jonathan Pryce as King Lear, and Thomas Heatherwick on his Olympic cauldron
David Baddiel introduces some of the best talks of Four Thought.
Conor Woodman asks how farmed Scottish salmon production can increase by 50% sustainably.
A moving and emotional day in the Commons. Rachel Byrne reports.
Thursday 13 September 2012