BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
3/5 Tim Harford tells the story of Thomas Schelling, who used economics to avert war.
Living World visits a flooded meadow in Hampshire where 2000 godwits spend the winter.
Anne Wafula Strike presents an appeal on behalf of International Nepal Fellowship.
David Cannadine reflects on the enduring appeal of the teddy bear in contemporary culture.
Sunday morning magazine programme, presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Sir Terry Leahy, former CEO of Tesco, is interviewed by Kirsty Young.
Sheila Dillon investigates the food lives of people surviving on the basic state pension.
Journalist DD Guttenplan explores the cultural roots of America's love affair with guns.
Eric Robson chairs Gardeners' Question Time from Stilton, Cambridgeshire.
In 1981 the South African rugby team toured New Zealand, prompting huge protests.
John Simpson and Hilary Spurling discuss George Orwell's Homage to Catalonia.
Roger McGough presents listeners' poetry requests, including by the late Adrian Mitchell.
Corporate tax: Who writes the rules? Fran Abrams investigates.
John Waite makes his selection of the best of this week's BBC Radio programmes.
Radio 2 is a ratings hit but its controller faces his harshest critics - you.
On John Hopkins, Lizbeth Webb, Peter Carson, Mary McIntosh and Migs Greenall.
Fraud busters, an update on the Money Box savings challenge and more, with Paul Lewis.
Chris Bowlby explores the cash question facing an independent Scotland.
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Miranda Green of the Day analyses how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
Director Roger Michell talks to Francine Stock about his latest film Hyde Park on Hudson.
With Laurie Taylor. Featuring Russian women prisoners and rock climbers in conflict.
Monday 4 February 2013