3/5 The early life of Sylvia Plath, as she struggles with the sexual hypocrisy of '50s America
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
A deal over horse movements between the UK, France and Ireland is fuelling illegal trading
Reports on events in Parliament, including David Cameron on the horsemeat scandal.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss ice ages.
4/5 The early life of Sylvia Plath as she starts work at Mademoiselle magazine in New York.
Film exec Tessa Ross, and journalist and blogger the Fleet Street Fox reveals her identity
Kate Adie introduces reports from Syria, France, Italy, the United States and Tunisia.
Peter White hears about Damon Runyon, who captured New York's lowlife vibes in the 1920s.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall on saving fish stocks, plus insurance fraud and cut flowers.
4/5 Carol Ann Duffy explores poems that explore the highs and lows of a long-term relationship
2/6 Clare Balding attempts to walk in a silent, meditative state. It doesn't come naturally.
Margaret Sentamu presents an appeal for APT Action on Poverty.
Mariella Frostrup talks to Ali Smith about Sylvia Plath's celebrated novel The Bell Jar.
Francine Stock talks rites of passage with Judd Apatow, director of new comedy This Is 40.
The new corona virus - has it really mutated to be able to jump between humans?
Creating the title sequence for Skyfall; Picasso's breakthrough year; a Nairobi detective.
Simon Cox investigates the blacklisting of thousands of construction workers.
Evan Davis chairs a discussion providing insight into business from the people at the top.
24/24 Brett Westwood looks at a bird on the edge of extinction - the slender-billed curlew.
Sean Curran reports on a bitter row about horsemeat, and doubts about press regulation.
Friday 15 February 2013