1/5 Carol Shaben reads a report about a plane crash back in Canada with only four survivors.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
UK organic cereal farmers are facing seed shortages due to this year's wet weather.
Sean Curran with the latest news from Westminster and beyond.
1/2 Prof Michael Sandel discusses the philosophy of immigration with a Texan audience.
2/5 Pilot Erik Vogel was not happy about flying north on the evening of 19 October 1984.
PD James, Tina Nash on surviving domestic abuse, Rose Heilbron. Presented by Jane Garvey.
8/24 Birds of prey numbers are rising in the UK, but not every countryside user welcomes this.
1/4 Stuart Maconie tells the story of the fifth and final album by the Police.
What lessons can be learned from the Jimmy Savile case? Phone-in with Julian Worricker.
2/15 Mark Lawson uncovers German history in the crime novels of Friedrich Durrenmatt.
Tom Holland is joined by Dr Lucy Worsley and Prof Owen Davies.
The environment of Laos remains scarred by American bombing. Tom Heap joins the clean-up. (R)
Joshua Rozenberg asks how the courts will treat claims made by victims of Jimmy Savile.
Justin Webb and Frances Fyfield tell Harriett Gilbert about the books they love.
Sharon Olds on her poems charting the end of her marriage; Squeeze on writing new songs.
After the West Coast rail debacle, Michael Robinson investigates government outsourcing.
Dr Graeme Douglas on his research into visually impaired teenagers.
Dr Mark Porter on insulin pumps, night terrors, self-harming and penile cancer.
Sean Curran with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Wednesday 24 October 2012