BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Lesley Curwen explores the colourful life of business tycoon Sir Philip Green.
Caz Graham visits a Scottish farm that opened its doors to local farmers to help run it.
Beatrice Achieng presents an appeal on behalf of the charity Build Africa.
Onora O'Neill reflects anew on the theme of trust, the subject of her Reith lectures.
News and conversation about the big stories of the week with Paddy O'Connell.
Kirsty Young interviews the Rt Hon Eric Pickles MP.
Sheila Dillon looks at the role food plays in different faiths.
3/6 Hardeep cooks for Peter and Will, who became friends after Peter broke into Will's house.
Eric Robson chairs BBC Radio 4's horticultural panel programme from Rayleigh in Essex.
Lyn and Mary reconsider their relationship, after Lyn's prison sentence for drink-driving.
Mariella Frostrup talks to India Knight about her hilarious new novel 'Mutton'.
Roger McGough presents some tree poems, as the country contemplates losing its ashes.
Zoe Williams turns school inspector to put a range of academies to the test.
Sheila McClennon makes her selection from the past seven days of BBC Radio.
Tim Harford asks what severe morning sickness tells us about the chances of having twins.
Matthew Bannister on Oscar Niemeyer, Dave Brubeck, Bal Thackeray, Hector Camacho.
Paul Lewis and guests on the Autumn Statement, financial advice and credit card rights.
Peter Day visits two Swiss pharmaceutical companies to look at future drug development.
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Stephen Glover of the Daily Mail analyses how newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
Martin McDonagh and Sam Rockwell on Seven Psychopaths, and Charlotte Rampling on I, Anna.
Laurie Taylor on a new book exploring gay male identity. Also, work identity in crisis.
Monday 10 December 2012