4/5 General Dumas accompanies Napoleon on his ill-fated expedition to Egypt.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Thanet Council backs down over its ban on live animal exports from Ramsgate.
Sean Curran reports on events in Westminster and beyond.
Kirsty Young interviews artist and author Edmund de Waal.
5/5 Relief after the rigours of Egypt turns to disillusion on reaching the Neapolitan coast.
Jenni Murray on love letters that come back to haunt you.
1/3 Des and Christopher attend a school rugby game at Rugby School.
Sheila Dillon and Valentine Warner present the 13th annual BBC Food and Farming Awards.
Claudia is 11 and Isabella 10. They're close, but Claudia will always be the older sister.
4/5 German cleric and theologian Margot Kaessmann writes about her country's shifting image.
Chaired by Eric Robson, this week the GQT team is in Oxfordshire.
2/2 Radio pioneer Roger Eckersley's memories of life inside the 1930s Broadcasting House.
As Leveson rejects their plan for self-regulation, what can the editors come up with now?
Tim Harford looks at opinion polling, and how high you can stack Lego bricks.
Margaret and Marie-Therese have been friends since they met in a Belfast children's home.
Kirsty Lang reports on The Mouse and His Child, the RSC's new show for family audiences.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Pinner, in Middlesex.
Mary Beard reflects on why 'customer satisfaction' surveys have no place in universities.
Frances O'Grady and Ruth Richardson discuss favourite paperbacks with Harriett Gilbert.
MPs approve five bills and the Peers debate three more. Mark D'Arcy reports.
Despite a 63-year age gap, grandmother and granddaughter, Gwen and Yumi love to talk.
Saturday 1 December 2012