3/5 General Dumas proves himself on the battlefield and encounters Napoleon Bonaparte.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The winner of the 'Farming Today' Farmer of the Year award is revealed.
Susan Hulme covers Prime Minister's Questions and debates in the Commons and the Lords.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the history and achievements of crystallography.
4/5 General Dumas accompanies Napoleon on his ill-fated expedition to Egypt.
Lady MacMillan on her husband Kenneth's ballets; Maeve Binchy's last book; women in prison
Rob Walker investigates allegations of corruption affecting South African schools.
How a down-at-heel Parisian hotel became the world's avant-garde headquarters.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.
Felicity Evans visits Atlantic College in south Wales - set up to promote peace.
Sue MacGregor presents the Radio 4 Appeal for One to One Children's Fund.
Children's Book Special with Richard Curtis, Charlie Higson, Lauren Child and Amanda Craig
Francine Stock talks with Ralph Fiennes about Charles Dickens and James Bond.
UK Energy Bill, rat cull in South Georgia, the powers of olive oil, and Romantic Chemistry
Roddy Doyle on his new novella, Boris Godunov at the RSC, and singing sisters The Staves.
Angus Crawford examines controversial change at the Royal British Legion.
Peter Day reports from Berlin - a city developing into a successful high-tech hub.
13/24 Brett Westwood looks at the creation of a vast nature reserve in Turkmenistan.
The keenly awaited report of the Leveson Inquiry into newspaper standards is released.
Friday 30 November 2012