Laurie Taylor on research into racial segregation in cities and Britain's ethnic pay gap.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The National Sheep Association says that 2013 will be a good year for the industry.
Andrew Marr with Philip Pullman, Sara Maitland, Tim Supple and Keith Warner.
1/5 Rupert attends a star-studded party in New York, on the eve of his new film's release.
Tori Amos, Page Three girls, and Liberal Democrat women. Presented by Jane Garvey.
1/2 Matthew Parris on funny diplomatic despatches, including the tale of John Major's horse.
Home wi-fi, fees for print-it-yourself tickets, and the Guide to Not Going to University.
1/5 Dancer Deborah Bull on what we know - or have imagined - about the dances of Old England.
Tom Sutcliffe chairs the game of lateral thinking and cryptic connections.
Tony Hawks uses an unusual reference work to explore the world of musical plagiarism. (R)
French film Holy Motors with Kylie Minogue, plus TV drama The Paradise and Indian settings
Journalist Marverine Cole looks at the increase in female gambling in the UK.
Exploring the academic discipline which tries to work out why the health gap exists.
Climate computer modelling and its use in determining future UK energy policy.
2/3 Alan connects with a man conducting his relationship entirely through Google Translate. (R)
1/4 Matthew Sweet encounters a problem that affects Man City, criminal trials and the Drifters (R)
Tuesday 25 September 2012