5/5 Mark Binelli asks if Detroit has a future and surprises even himself with the answer.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
6/6 Michael Weltike tries to persuade Clare Balding of the benefits of barefoot walking.
Charlotte Smith meets farmers battling against the elements to plant out crops.
Sian Williams and Richard Coles with Alain de Botton and JJ Williams' Inheritance Tracks.
Samira Ahmed meets British Asian women who, like her, have been inspired by David Bowie.
Steve Richards of the Independent looks behind the scenes at Westminster.
Reports on Zimbabwe's referendum, plus events in India, Burma, Egypt and Israel.
DWP premium phone lines, loyalty and insurance, Share ISAs, and council tax on empty homes
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Ayr in Scotland.
Listeners' responses to this week's Any Questions?
Jane Garvey presents highlights from the Woman's Hour week, including Heidi Thomas.
Evan Davis asks his guests what it takes to rescue a sinking company.
Clive Anderson joins Joey Skaggs, Kevin Eldon and Arthur Smith, with music from Julie Hawk
Chris Bowlby profiles the British-educated Chinese property billionaire Zhang Xin.
Nicole Kidman in The Paperboy and Kevin Maher's novel The Fields.
David Taylor and Charles Wheeler expose back-door dealings during the US election of 1968.
Russell Davies chairs the last semi-final of the nationwide general knowledge quiz.
3/4 The Echo Chamber resounds to translations and hopes to topple the Tower of Babel.
Sunday 17 March 2013