1/5 Did you wake up feeling rough? You are probably philogrobolized at day peep.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
A study links low-level exposure to sheep dip chemicals with lasting brain damage.
Sean Curran reports on events at Westminster and beyond.
Jared Diamond on gall bladders, global history and the birds of Papua New Guinea.
Olivia O'Leary speaks to piano virtuoso and conductor, Vladimir Ashkenazy.
2/5 Did you jenticulate well this morning? More hidden delights from the English language.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Tracy-Ann Oberman, and Sarah Pennells on co-habiting in later life.
14/24 Brett Westwood reports from the Scottish Natural Heritage conference in Edinburgh.
Matthew Bannister tells the story of the London Symphony Orchestra from the 1980s to now.
Consumer phone-in. Have we forgotten how to care? Julian Worricker hears your stories.
2/5 Fashion designers from the UK and Mexico compare notes.
1/6 Jay Rayner hosts the first programme of a new series of the culinary panel programme.
Composer Michael Berkeley talks frankly about his hearing loss.
1/9 Martin Broughton nominates Dick Francis, champion jockey and champion bookseller.
Turner Prize winner Elizabeth Price, Ben Folds, and the Charles Dickens museum reopens.
Zoe Williams turns school inspector to put a range of academies to the test.
RNIB search for people with AMD and a VI New Yorker tells of losing all to hurricane Sandy
Claudia Hammond on understanding the changes in the brain leading to Alzheimer's disease.
3/6 Simon Singh and Dave Gorman join Brian and Robin to discuss Bletchley Park.
The Foreign Secretary attacks Israel over a plan to build on occupied land near Jerusalem.
Wednesday 5 December 2012