BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Anwar Akhtar says British Pakistanis can help Pakistan face its future as an Asian nation.
Caz Graham visits the largest producer of ducks to the British retail market.
Volunteer Sue Baker appeals on behalf of National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux.
Will Self wants to 'nudge society in the direction of considering suicide acceptable'.
News and conversation about the big stories of the week with Paddy O'Connell.
Martin Carthy, folk musician, is interviewed by Kirsty Young for Desert Island Discs.
Sheila Dillon asks if warning signs on food labels can change the way we eat.
2/2 Edward Stourton reports from Nairobi on the impact and effectiveness of international aid.
Eric Robson chairs the horticultural advice show from Essex, answering audience questions.
In 1984, doctors tried to save a baby girl's life by giving her a heart transplant.
Mariella Frostrup marks the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.
Roger McGough presents poems on subjects as varied as water, Tarzan, cats and Sundays.
How the iconic Yorkshire pit village of Grimethorpe has adjusted to life after coal.
Ian McMillan makes his selection from the week's radio.
Global warming tosh on Today news, Naked Scientists saved my life, and new voices at R4.
Matthew Bannister on Alasdair Milne, Rita Levi-Montalcini, Maurice Herzog, Stanley Cohen.
How to find lost insurance policies; state pension reforms; new inflation index explained.
Peter Day follows young entrepreneurs on a graduate scheme to launch their own companies.
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
John Kampfner of the Independent analyses how the newspapers are covering the top stories.
Francine Stock interviews Les Miserables director Tom Hooper. Plus Oscar nominations.
Contagion - how commerce spreads disease. Also, 'boys will be boys' or will they?
Monday 14 January 2013