Sickness benefit claimants, and 'New Society' 50 years on. Presented by Laurie Taylor.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Wind turbines on the Orkney Islands are producing too much energy. With Charlotte Smith.
Andrew Marr talks to Diana Athill, Wendy Cope, Philip Hensher and Nigel Warburton.
1/5 Simon Garfield starts his journey through maps in the Great Library of Alexandria.
Former beauty queens, Down's syndrome, being boss - a lonely job? Presented by Jane Garvey
Andy Kershaw explores the post-war golden age of British micro-cars.
Council tenants taking in the homeless, mobile phone signals and Islamic branding.
1/10 Death or castration: China's greatest historian Sima Qian faces a tough choice.
Teams from the north of England and Scotland do battle in the game of lateral thinking.
Sheila Dillon finds out why new British blue cheeses are pushing their way into the market
Irish novelist Patrick McCabe explores the Irish influences on Bram Stoker's Dracula.
2/7 Influence: How has the digital world changed the way opinions are voiced and shaped?
Ruby Sparks, from the directors of Litte Miss Sunshine; playwright Roy Williams.
Ruth McDonald investigates the crisis in the Irish Catholic church. (R)
Jamie Whyte defends free market ideas in apparently troubled times for capitalism.
Retractions - what happens when published research is wrong? With Quentin Cooper.
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster as the House of Lords returns from its summer break.
Tuesday 9 October 2012