3/5 Stephen Fry explores how texting triumphed unexpectedly when paging was all the rage. (R)
5/5 It's Christmas at Rottingdean and the waits and the mummers are paying their calls.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
On the edge of JM Barrie's Kirriemuir, Helen Mark discovers the real Never Never Land.
A year in the life of the Farming Today cow. Presented by Sarah Swadling.
John McCarthy and Suzy Klein with Aggie MacKenzie; Russell Grant's Inheritance Tracks.
An exploration into why Shakespeare is so beloved in Germany.
Bridget Kendall and guests explore the boundaries of reality in art and maths.
Kate Adie presents some of 2012's best despatches from correspondents around the world.
Paul Lewis and guests look ahead to 2013 - house prices, investing, income and the economy
The BBC's top correspondents give their predictions about what will shape the news in 2013
BBC Philharmonic presents The Listening Project Symphony, from MediaCityUK in Salford. (R)
Guy Schalom hunts out the spirit of the new Egypt in the musical roots of the bellydance.
Charlotte Church and other young women who have made an impression in 2012.
Clive Anderson revisits the best chat, music and comedy on Loose Ends in 2012.
Departing Radio 4 announcer Harriet Cass chooses her favourite radio moments from 2012.
Stephen Fry on the mysterious life of the much-loved comedy great Margaret Rutherford.
Clive Anderson and guests look at how the legal world is reflected on stage and screen.
Nationwide general knowledge quiz chaired by Russell Davies.
Roger McGough presents a warm but slush-free selection of Christmas poetry requests.
4/5 The story of the engineers who turned mobile phones from hefty bricks into fashion items. (R)
Sunday 30 December 2012