4/5 Simon Morrison's story about Serge Prokofiev's remarkable wife. Difficult times lie ahead.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Bee deaths and neonicotinoids - politicians call for pesticide companies to share research
Sir Sydney Kentridge QC is interviewed by Kirsty Young.
5/5 Simon Morrison's story about Prokofiev's remarkable wife. A parcel changes everything.
PowerLister Sue Ion goes back to school, plus Jenny Pitman on the Grand National.
Nina Perry sheds light on the musicality, rituals and personal stories of the spring clean
The garden centres kept alive by sales of coffees and flapjacks, plus silencing noisy cars
A father and son reflect on the horror of a violent robbery that changed their lives.
15/30 New codes of conduct in the 16th and 17th centuries outlawed noise of every kind.
In this special postbag edition, Peter Gibbs and the team visit Bob Flowerdew's garden.
2/3 By Mary Teague. Tender tale about the creation of a garden and the growth of a love affair
Matthew Bannister remembers Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, Henri Krug, Mabel Cooper and Moses Blah.
Is Radio 4 an ageless beauty? And why was fantasy drama Neverwhere nowhere to be found?
Two cousins remember the day when the Real IRA bombed their town of Omagh.
John Wilson reports on the reopening of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam after 10 years.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Abingdon in Oxfordshire.
Topical issues. Every nation has a core irrationality, or so says Adam Gopnik.
3/6 David Hendy continues his six-week series on the history of sound.
1/9 George Bell, who in 1944 condemned the obliteration bombing of Germany.
Cousins Tumi and Tilly have very different views of life yet support each other throughout
Saturday 6 April 2013