BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Chris Bowlby on South Korean pop star Psy, creator of the most popular Youtube video ever.
Tom Heap visits a dairy farm in Orkney which provides milk to the island's creamery.
Jon Snow presents an appeal on behalf of Find Your Feet.
Sarah Dunant reflects on the role of history in society, and how it changes over time.
Sunday morning magazine programme presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Fashion designer Celia Birtwell is interviewed by Kirsty Young.
Sheila Dillon finds out why new British blue cheeses are pushing their way into the market
Rowan Pelling investigates the magic of the kiss in all its delightful glory. (R)
Eric Robson continues the GQT tour of northern England in North Yorkshire.
Fi Glover presents the Sunday edition of the nation in conversation, including a proposal.
American writer Marilynne Robinson talks to James Naughtie about her novel Gilead.
Roger McGough presents Alex Jennings reading Oscar Wilde's The Ballad of Reading Gaol.
How far should undercover police be allowed to go to gather intelligence?
Liz Barclay makes her selection from the past seven days of BBC Radio.
5/5 By Alison MacLeod. An African girl finds herself in the heart of the Tottenham riots.
Live music behind-the-scenes at Maida Vale, and are political interviews too combative?
Matthew Bannister on Eric Hobsbawm, Michael Hurll, Jerome Horwitz and Harry Chambers.
Council tax benefits, issues with NatWest's emergency cash app and saving rates.
Mukul Devichand asks what President Obama has actually achieved on the world stage.
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
A look at how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories in Westminster and beyond.
Director Walter Salles on the long-awaited screen adaptation of Jack Kerouac's On the Road
Sickness benefit claimants, and 'New Society' 50 years on. Presented by Laurie Taylor.
Monday 8 October 2012