2/5 Simon Morrison's moving story about Serge Prokofiev's remarkable wife. European adventures
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
'Worse than Foot and Mouth' - a Welsh hill farmer tells of the devastation wrought by snow
Jonathan Freedland takes the long view of the Francis Report into NHS failings at Stafford
Ian McMillan goes in search of how to write a memoir and exactly where to start. (R)
3/5 Simon Morrison's moving story about Serge Prokofiev's remarkable wife. Moscow beckons.
Trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth, author Daisy Waugh, and Naomi Gryn on giving birth after 40.
Adrian Goldberg tries to work out what the Black Country is - and where it is.
How the new test for disability benefit will work. Plus, representing yourself in court.
13/30 David explores how medieval singers and preachers adapted to the acoustics of holy places.
Getting a fair deal from your bank? Paul Lewis answers questions about personal banking.
Dr Mark Porter reports on the latest health stories, including the new NHS 111 number.
Laurie Taylor explores gender and the military as women go into the frontline of battle.
Melvyn Bragg talks to Steve Hewlett about arts coverage on TV. How important is it?
Julian Barnes discusses his new book Levels of Life, in conversation with Mark Lawson.
1/3 Mariella discusses how we can best equip the next generation to deal with pornography.
William Dalrymple introduces Ranjini Obeyesekere in Four Thought in Jaipur.
Alice Roberts finds urban wasteland being transformed into productive agricultural sites.
Thursday 4 April 2013