3/5 Popular unrest and food riots, and her brother's military career.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Millions of burgers are withdrawn after horse meat is found. Are tighter checks needed?
Sean Curran covers the robust exchanges over Europe between Cameron and Miliband at PMQs.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss comets, the 'dirty snowballs' of the solar system.
4/5 Flirtations and dalliances and a hastily-retracted marriage acceptance.
Can you be a feminist and work in the fashion industry? Is 16 the right age of consent?
Kate Adie presents BBC foreign correspondents' reports from around the world.
The story of a ground-breaking record, its impact and its legacy.
Winifred Robinson investigates how criminals are stealing vehicles without the key.
4/5 Rhinos and horses have much in common. John Hutchinson studies both.
Felicity Evans finds that it's not just migrating birds that settle in Cley Marshes.
Volunteer Sue Baker appeals on behalf of National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux.
Mariella Frostrup marks the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.
Director Quentin Tarantino on Django Unchained and Kathryn Bigelow on Zero Dark Thirty.
Quentin Cooper looks at the smog in China, alternatives to research on animals, and novae.
John Bramwell on I Am Kloot's new album; poet Kathleen Jamie; the ENO's financial crisis.
Simon Cox examines the continuing scandal of Libor manipulation, and its victims.
Peter Day examines the Russian energy giant Gazprom's grip on the European gas market.
20/24 Latest news on the designation of conservation areas around the English and Welsh coast.
Keith Macdougall with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Friday 18 January 2013