BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Lucy Ash profiles Alexei Navalny, the man leading Russian opposition to President Putin.
Adam Henson visits the third finalist vying to become BBC Farmer of the Year.
Tsering Passang presents an appeal on behalf of Tibet Relief Fund.
In his third talk on understanding China, Martin Jacques explores the nature of race.
Sunday morning magazine programme presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Hilary Devey, businesswoman and TV star, is interviewed by Kirsty Young.
John Inverdale on the way football is changing the relationship between food and sport.
1/3 Misha Glenny begins a history of Spain with the momentous year of 1492.
The GQT team visit Stamford in Lincolnshire, with Eric Robson in the chair.
Fi Glover proves that it's surprising what you hear when you listen to male conversations.
Dawn French on her novel Oh Dear Silvia, and British history re-imagined by CJ Sansom.
Mike Greenwood visits Alamein on the trail of a unique anthology of World War Two poems.
After the West Coast rail debacle, Michael Robinson investigates government outsourcing.
Women's Hour's Sheila McClennon makes her selection from the past seven days of BBC Radio.
Your views on the BBC's Savile coverage, and how do you make a programme in a prison?
John Wilson on George McGovern, Fiorenzo Magni, Paul Kurtz, Mike Morris and Roy Bates.
Taking on the cold callers, and your love and the tax man. Presented by Ruth Alexander.
Fran Abrams examines the radical ideas of ED Hirsch set to reshape English education.
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
A look at how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
Daniel Craig on being James Bond, working with Sam Mendez and Her Majesty the Queen.
Laurie Taylor hears about research into workplace conflict, and travellers versus tourists
Monday 29 October 2012