BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Mark Coles profiles Alisher Usmanov, just named Britain's richest man.
Brett Westwood searches for gold in East Anglian woods - the elusive golden pheasant.
Peter Sissons presents an appeal on behalf of the 3H Fund (Helping Hands for Holidays).
John Gray wonders what the rise of the cyber currency Bitcoin tells us about ourselves.
Sunday morning magazine programme.
Sue MacGregor reunites the pioneers of the Centre for Alternative Technology.
Charles Campion reveals the secrets of great black pudding at the 'world championships'.
Charles Moore reflects on the process of writing Lady Thatcher's authorised biography.
Horticultural advice from St Keverne in Cornwall, with Eric Robson in the chair.
Fi Glover with the series that proves it's surprising what you hear when you listen.
Mariella Frostrup presents a Sir Walter Scott special from the Royal Opera House.
Roger McGough dares to walk on the wilder side, focusing on feelings other than love.
Michael Robinson shows how tax avoidance powers the spread of aggressive global companies.
Gerry Northam chooses the best of BBC Radio this week.
Gwyneth Williams, the Controller of Radio 4, answers listener questions.
Matthew Bannister on Jocasta Innes, Patrick Garland, Mike Denness and Maria Tallchief.
Presented by Paul Lewis. Investors fear for their cash in an overseas resort scheme.
Peter Day reports on plans to mine valuable potash in North Yorkshire.
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Zoe Williams of the Guardian analyses how newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
Can bio-pics be honest? We ask Steve Coogan (The Look of Love) and Jack Black (Bernie).
Laurie Taylor explores the role of oil in shaping our society and economy.
Monday 29 April 2013