BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
President Obama's choice to head the CIA is John Brennan. Is he the right man for the job?
Trai Anfield heads to RSPB Old Moor reserve to seek out the once-common tree sparrow.
Margaret Sentamu presents an appeal for APT Action on Poverty.
David Cannadine celebrates the saving of New York's century-old Grand Central station.
Sunday morning magazine programme, presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Kirsty Young interviews columnist and author Julie Burchill.
Sheila Dillon reports on the latest developments in the horsemeat scandal.
1/3 How the Proclaimers song 'Sunshine on Leith' became a cherished anthem for a changing city
Eric Robson and the team visit gardeners in Kirton-in-Lindsey, Lincolnshire.
In 1964, a young Scot joined a plot to assassinate the Spanish dictator, General Franco.
Mariella Frostrup talks to Ali Smith about Sylvia Plath's celebrated novel The Bell Jar.
Listeners' poetry requests presented by Roger McGough.
London is home for many rich Russians. But how much are they vetted on arrival?
Liz Barclay makes her selection of the best of this week's BBC Radio.
The art of Whispering Bob, iPlayer queries addressed, and is Radio 4 barmy for McCartney?
Matthew Bannister on Amina Cachalia, Reg Presley, Chris Kyle, Andre Cassagnes, Richard III
Pension 'liberation' dangers, fraud refunds, water bills and continuing care costs.
Owen Bennett Jones looks at Syria's Alawis, the sect to which President Assad belongs.
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
George Parker of the FT analyses how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
A full round-up and analysis of the Bafta awards with Francine Stock and guests.
Organised crime in the UK - how has it changed? Also, the Mafia in the UK.
Monday 11 February 2013