BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Mary Ann Sieghart profiles Lucy Winkett, a favourite to become the first female bishop.
Thandie Newton presents the Radio 4 Appeal for Freedom from Torture.
Sunday morning magazine programme, presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Sir Sydney Kentridge QC is interviewed by Kirsty Young.
Sheila Dillon looks at the practice of fasting from a religious and medical perspective.
Will the book that classifies mental illness lead to the medicalisation of grief?
Peter Gibbs is in the chair at the Jodrell Bank Discovery Centre.
3/3 Matthew Oates follows in the footsteps of writer Edward Thomas.
Patrick Ness talks to Mariella Frostrup about his novel The Crane Wife.
Poet and DJ Mr Gee talks to songwriters about poetry and how it influences their work.
A police whistleblower claims last year's Rochdale child grooming case failed victims.
Flamenco takes centre stage in the protests against banks.
Confusion, frustration, abdication and revolution in this week's Feedback.
John Wilson remembers Richard Griffiths, Boris Berezovsky, Zillur Rahman and Angela Bond.
Some pension savers can access more cash, and the listener who took on HSBC wins £65,000.
How well have politicians' attempts to 'nudge' us into doing what they want worked?
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Sam Coates of the Times reflects on how the papers have covered the week's big stories.
Danny Boyle looks back on his career to date and talks about his new film Trance.
Industrial ruination - a global study into urban decline. Also, gang labour in the UK.
Monday 1 April 2013