4/5 For Rupert Everett, the path to success is paved with elephant traps.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Charlotte Smith investigates how new EU rules might affect UK abattoirs.
Hollywood actress Goldie Hawn is interviewed by Kirsty Young for Desert Island Discs.
5/5 Rupert Everett's US sitcom, Mr Ambassador, is finally filmed in front of a live audience.
Jenni Murray examines the care for teenagers whose lives are shortened through illness.
Jolyon Jenkins tells the story of the Spanish boy chosen as a reincarnated Tibetan lama.
Bank branch closures and ticketless trains. Consumer news with Peter White.
5/5 Dancer Deborah Bull looks at the role dance has played during some of our toughest times.
Eric Robson and the team return to Ashton-Under-Lyne, where the first GQT was recorded.
Matthew Bannister on Andy Williams, Charlie Richardson, Gertrude Hughes and Herbert Lom.
Your views on the BBC and the Queen, plus did music enhance The History of the Future?
The writers of The Thick of It, Cerys Matthews on country women, and Elementary.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Bletchingley, Surrey.
Sarah Dunant takes a look at teeth through the ages, and dentistry in times of austerity.
9/9 Naomi Wolf nominates Edith Wharton, author of Pulitzer Prize-winning The Age of Innocence.
4/4 Sitting in a pub, Matthew Sweet discovers how real life is full of philosophical problems. (R)
Saturday 29 September 2012