Laurie Taylor hears how corrupt officialdom causes poverty.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Warnings that some honey bees will struggle to make it through the winter.
With guests Shirley Williams, Geoffrey Robertson, Douglas Murray and David Patrikarakos.
1/5 Did you wake up feeling rough? You are probably philogrobolized at day peep.
Doris Day - a screen legend misunderstood? Presented by Jane Garvey.
1/3 Linguist Mark Turin goes in search of Nepal's endangered languages.
ASDA defies consumer guidelines, direct selling for men and diving for golf balls.
1/5 Business students from the UK and Mexico compare notes.
The nationwide general knowledge quiz, chaired by Russell Davies.
Chef Arthur Potts-Dawson tells the story behind the BBC Food and Farming Awards menu.
Cerys Matthews visits Alabama to uncover a sacred choral tradition.
3/6 Simon Singh and Dave Gorman join Brian and Robin to discuss Bletchley Park.
Martin McDonagh's film Seven Psychopaths; Beryl Bainbridge's paintings; best choir sizes.
John Simpson returns to Kurdistan, 25 years after a devastating chemical weapons attack.
Rob Walker investigates allegations of corruption affecting South African schools.
UK Energy Bill, rat cull in South Georgia, the powers of olive oil, and Romantic Chemistry
Susan Hulme presents the day's top news stories from Westminster, including press freedom.
Tuesday 4 December 2012