1/5 Singer Tracey Thorn's memoir takes in punk, pop star success and her 30-year relationship.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
A public enquiry into a proposed 1000-cow mega-dairy in Powys begins.
The best of Monday in the Commons and the Lords with Sean Curran.
1/2 Gus O'Donnell argues that bureaucracy is now an essential part of a functioning democracy.
3/5 Roger travels to Chongqing to see what new museums are being built there. (R)
2/5 On her first day at university, 18-year-old Tracey answered a public address announcement.
Standing for the Conservatives - how are women doing? Presented by Jane Garvey.
1/3 Erica discovers that bees' sense of smell can be used to detect explosives and disease.
Which causes more harm - overly-intrusive parents, or those who do too little?
7/8 Nick examines the 2003 Iraq War and the most damaging political row in the BBC's history.
1/6 Michael Blastland explores the way human beings think, behave and make decisions.
Solar lamps are lighting parts of Africa the grid cannot reach. Tom Heap investigates.
Britain's most senior judge Lord Neuberger answers questions from the Supreme Court.
Featuring books by Edna O'Brien, Margery Allingham and Anonymous, a Woman in Berlin.
Side Effects reviewed; Lara Croft's comeback; artist Chuck Close; bomb disposal comedy.
Writer and broadcaster John Kampfner looks at the global consequences of war in Iraq.
Train operators explain the Journey Care assistance scheme for disabled travellers.
Dr Mark Porter questions health minister Lord Howe about possible NHS reforms.
The government promises to make it harder for EU immigrants to claim benefits.
Wednesday 6 March 2013