BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Mark Coles profiles the controversial Conservative MP Nadine Dorries.
Harvestmen are a classic creepy crawly to be found in our countryside, but what are they?
Charlene White presents an appeal on behalf of Bowel Cancer UK.
Mary Beard on the long history of the rich looking down their noses at the poor.
Mark Whitaker looks at some of the lesser-known ways the arts responded to the Great War.
Valentine Warner and Charles Campion eat with the Food Award's 'Best Takeaway' finalists.
Eric Robson hosts a postbag edition from the GQT potting shed in Sparsholt.
Fi Glover proves that it's surprising what you hear when you listen.
Jeremy Bowen discusses his book The Arab Uprisings and his experiences in the Middle East.
2/4 Ruth Padel works on poems in progress with a group of poets from East Suffolk.
Are people with learning disabilities dying unnecessarily because of poor care in the NHS?
Liz Barclay makes her selection from the past seven days of BBC Radio.
Naked Scientists left out in the cold, and should you buy a digital radio for your car?
Matthew Bannister on Clive Dunn, Elliott Carter, Lord Lofthouse, Han Suyin, Brian Cobby.
Paul Lewis on Orange broadband deal row, the risks of bank transfers, and income investing
Matthew Taylor examines Labour's interest in Catholic social teaching.
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
A look at how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
Ben Affleck on directing and starring in his Iranian hostage thriller. With Francine Stock
Laurie Taylor looks at how the internet lets us encounter strangers, as well as friends.
Monday 12 November 2012