4/5 D'Annunzio transforms the Croatian port of Fiume into a delinquent city-state.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Secretary of State Owen Paterson says MEPs' CAP reform proposals are a retrograde step.
Sean Curran reports as MPs back calls for the voting age to be lowered to 16.
Kirsty Young interviews veteran television producer Beryl Vertue.
5/5 Now an enemy of the state, d'Annunzio struggles to keep his utopian experiment alive.
Why are so few streets named after women? Vicars' daughters. Male geeks rise up for women.
Peter Snow visits Paris to recreate the 1889 event which gave the world the Eiffel Tower.
Craig Charles looks at HMV and music sales. Plus salt levels in food, and winter car tyres
5/5 Murray Lachlan Young writes a ballad about Dave, who tells tales of war and redemption.
Pippa Greenwood, Matt Biggs and Anne Swithinbank answer questions for a postbag edition.
1/3 Tony Lidington tells the story of the founder of Britain's first Pierrot troupe.
Matthew Bannister on Inez McCormack, Michael Winner, Pauline Phillips and Katie Stewart.
Ticket troubles as CarFest launches and what you should expect of a Writer-in-Residence.
Wilko Johnson on facing death; the life of painter William Scott; The Turn of the Screw.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate from the University of Surrey in Guildford.
David Cannadine reflects on the history of American presidential inaugurations.
8/9 Grace Dent loves Nancy Mitford, author of Love in a Cold Climate, for her spiky wit.
Mark D'Arcy with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Saturday 26 January 2013