BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Mary Ann Seighart profiles Elizabeth Llewellyn, the late-blossoming opera star.
Younger farmers are tempted to livestock auctions with an offer of loaned animals.
Keira Bartlett, who suffers from OCD, presents an appeal on behalf of OCD Action.
Adam Gopnik on the difference between magic and science.
Sunday morning magazine programme.
Sue MacGregor reunites five people involved in the Kings Cross fire.
Tim Hayward bites into Britain's growing chilli scene, from growers to expert eaters.
Why did the steely Russian revolutionary reputedly visit the first English garden city? (R)
The team visits Stony Stratford in North Buckinghamshire, with Peter Gibbs in the chair.
Fi Glover with the series that proves it's surprising what you hear when you listen.
Taiye Selasi on Ghana Must Go, and Gillian Cross on her dystopian future After Tomorrow.
Poet Jean Sprackland visits the Leeds city centre bar, famous for its poetic punters.
Marking the 25th birthday of Prozac, Will Self asks if the drug has helped or harmed us.
Simon Parkes chooses the best from the previous seven days of BBC Radio.
Did Radio 4 news go OTT on the death of Baroness Thatcher? And why trail TV on Radio 4?
Matthew Bannister on Baroness Thatcher, Sir Robert Edwards and Marcel Van Cleemput.
Excessive card charges continue despite a ban, and Mrs Thatcher's personal finance legacy.
Peter Day examines new plans to get people who are off sick back to work more quickly.
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Iain Dale of the Eastern Daily Press analyses how the papers are covering the news.
Francine Stock talks to director Derek Cianfrance on new film The Place Beyond the Pines.
'Thatcherism' - was it a distinct ideology? Also, the rise of thrift 'chic'.
Monday 15 April 2013