Tracing the origins of neo-liberalism. Plus, the relationship between race and music.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The fight for farmland - Charlotte Smith hears how high demand is pushing up prices.
Tom Sutcliffe talks to John Adams, Howard Goodall, Barb Jungr and Stephen Poliakoff.
1/5 One man's attempt to build a utopia becomes a story about the birth of fascism.
Aimee Mann, women at Davos, gravlax and Chinese entrepreneur Ping Fu. With Jane Garvey.
Science writer Chris Riley examines the enduring legacy of the Apollo moon missions. (R)
Cost of raising a child. Will capping social care fees increase the cost of going private?
1/5 Murray Lachlan Young writes a ballad about the Naked Rambler's release from Perth prison.
Russell Davies chairs the latest heat in the 60th season of the general knowledge quiz.
Sheila Dillon investigates the horsemeat burger scandal affecting food in Ireland and UK.
Mel Giedroyc chooses her favourite writing at the Times Cheltenham Literature Festival.
Oscar-nominated actress Jessica Chastain; filmmaker Michael Winner remembered.
Radio 4 has been granted access to track work with some of the UK most troubled families.
Why have workers appeared so weak as bosses tip the balance of power in their favour?
Quentin Cooper looks at the smog in China, alternatives to research on animals, and novae.
Michael Rosen on communicating with people with autism or profound learning difficulties.
David Cameron on the situation in Algeria, and more arguments over benefits changes.
Tuesday 22 January 2013