Laurie Taylor looks at how the internet lets us encounter strangers, as well as friends.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
It's make or break for turkey farmers as they prepare for the Christmas rush.
Andrew Marr talks to Kevin Macdonald, Roger Graef, Jenny Uglow and Aman Sethi.
1/5 Late 19th century. Russia races towards industrialisation, and the people want change.
Power List and politics, perfectionism, Beth Orton, absent dads. Presented by Jane Garvey.
Laurie Taylor seeks out the local censors who privately vetted controversial films.
Getting more people on trains, the Food and Farming Awards, and the living wage.
1/5 Matthew Oates meets Andy Foster, a man obsessed by a rare and elusive beetle.
Northern Ireland take on the Welsh, in the penultimate clash of the current series.
Valentine Warner and Charles Campion eat with the Food Award's 'Best Takeaway' finalists.
Comedian Tim Key spins his own surreal tale of one of Russia's greatest short stories.
7/7 Aleks Krotoski looks at whether our online lives are transforming our experience of death.
Quentin Blake on his career as he approaches 80, and the dark charisma of Adolf Hitler.
Mike Thomson investigates the role of the BBC Hungarian Service in World War II.
How the Arab Spring has affected the mindset of ordinary people in the Middle East.
Coffee extinction, evidence of the earliest human society, and migratory birds dying.
Sean Curran reports on criticism of the payout to the outgoing BBC Director-General.
Tuesday 13 November 2012