3/5 Relatively unscathed, convicted criminal Paul Archambault checks the plane for survivors.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Plans to improve sustainable fishing in Europe are criticised as weak by conservationists.
Sean Curran with the latest news from Westminster and beyond.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss Fermat's Last Theorem.
4/5 Paul is acclaimed a hero, but can he rise to fill the role that he finds himself cast in?
Jenni Murray is joined by James Cracknell, Beverley Turner, Kate Mosse and The Sapphires.
The BBC's foreign correspondents take a closer look at the stories behind the headlines.
1/3 Adele, Jools Holland and Kris Kristofferson to try to prove that Bob Dylan is great. (R)
Why petrol prices are going down and MPs are complaining about the price of razor blades.
4/15 Mark finds out the Dutch opinion of Nicholas Freeling's police inspector Van Der Valk.
6/6 Clare Balding walks with naturalist, author and TV presenter Steve Backshall.
Danny Mills presents the Radio 4 Appeal for SHINE.
AM Homes on her new novel May We Be Forgiven, and life behind the embassy door.
Daniel Craig on being James Bond, working with Sam Mendez and Her Majesty the Queen.
Six-year sentences handed to Italian earthquake specialists for bad L'Aquila advice.
Mark Gatiss as Charles I, cartoonist Posy Simmonds, Derry-Londonderry City of Culture 2013
Joshua Rozenberg asks how the courts will treat claims made by victims of Jimmy Savile.
Three of sport's top business brains share their stories and secrets with Evan Davis.
8/24 Birds of prey numbers are rising in the UK, but not every countryside user welcomes this.
Sean Curran with reports from Westminster, including Afghanistan, the economy and badgers.
Friday 26 October 2012