5/5 The author travels to India and delivers the manuscript that will shape his life.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The programme that starts with its listeners.
1/6 Clare is in Richmond Park exploring a sculptor's unique view of London's animal park-life.
Charlotte Smith discusses the impending badger cull pilot in Gloucestershire.
Sian Williams, Richard Coles, Clarissa Dickson-Wright, Harry Belafonte Inheritance Tracks.
3/3 Steve searches for new clues on an old map to solve a 400-year-old missing persons case.
How do you rebuild after traumatic events? Bridget Kendall and her guests discuss.
The BBC's foreign correspondents take a closer look at the stories behind the headlines.
Banks' automated calls, inflation, free help to cut fuel bills, and bankrupts not welcome.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Stratford-upon-Avon.
Call Anita Anand on 03700 100 444, email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet #bbcaq.
Tessa Jowell, Hillsborough, Nigel Slater, and Darren Day on the appeal of a bad boy.
Evan Davis and guests consider whether talk of the decline of Europe is exaggerated.
Clive Anderson is joined by Stephen K Amos, Aleks Krotoski, Carl Djerassi and Mark Watson.
Edward Stourton profiles leading social media blogger Pete Cashmore.
Tom Sutcliffe and guests with sharp, critical discussion of the week's cultural events.
Giles Dilnot searches the programme archives to see if political debate has changed.
1/3 Mariella Frostrup and guests explore the issues involved in raising 'digital kids'.
Tom Sutcliffe is joined by competing two-person teams from the Midlands and Wales.
Roger McGough presents a selection of poetry about secrets, art, nostalgia and libraries.
Sunday 23 September 2012