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4/5 Chavez's near-sequestration of the media proved an invaluable political tool.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The Prince of Wales lends a sympathetic ear to snowbound farmers. Presented by Caz Graham.
5/6 Mark Wallinger reimagines how broadcast space might be used for the Open arts initiative.
Kirsty Young interviews Jasvinder Sanghera, campaigner against forced marriage.
5/5 In 2009, Chavez guaranteed his political future.
Jenni Murray takes a look at the history of the Blue Peter presenter.
Emily Buchanan meets parents who adopted children from overseas orphanages.
Fewer tests on food, and insurance for mountaineers. Consumer news with Peter White.
10/30 David Hendy eavesdrops on the private lives of early Christians.
1/3 Matthew Oates follows in the footsteps of the writer Edward Thomas.
1/3 A mother watches from the corner as her daughter fights in a brutal boxing match.
John Wilson remembers Richard Griffiths, Boris Berezovsky, Zillur Rahman and Angela Bond.
Confusion, frustration, abdication and revolution in this week's Feedback.
Novelist Anne Tyler reflects on her career, in conversation with Mark Lawson.
Ritula Shah presents political debate and discussion from Chatham in Kent on Good Friday.
Adam Gopnik presents his formula for a happy marriage - lust, laughter and loyalty.
2/6 David Hendy explores the sounds of ancient Rome.
Writers Gervase Phinn and Moni Mohsin talk to Harriett Gilbert about books they love.
2/2 Martha Kearney tells the story of Britain's GI years during the Second World War. (R)
Saturday 30 March 2013