Laurie Taylor explores a unique piece of research done by BBC Lab UK and social scientists (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
On a busy day for garden centres, Sybil Ruscoe looks behind the scenes at a plant supplier
In the first of a new series, David Attenborough introduces the male cuckoo.
Stephanie Flanders with Michael Rosen, Jay Griffiths, Mariele Neudecker and Matt Adams.
1/5 Dave Goulson's first foray into bumblebee conservation ends in disaster.
Baroness Shirley Williams joins Jane Garvey to discuss women's lives in the 1920s.
Rosie Millard meets middle-income people for whom the Recession has meant tough choices.
Shari Vahl hosts a bank holiday special from a pub in Leeds.
1/10 John considers pictures of the Prince's party gathered in front of the pyramids.
Inside one kitchen, 13 strangers from all over Europe share food and stories. (R)
How some of the earliest American literary classics were actually written in Birmingham.
6/6 Aleks Krotoski asks if we could all do with a detox from our digital devices.
Mark Lawson talks to British writer Kwame Kwei-Armah, who now runs a theatre in Baltimore.
Robyn Steward takes us into her world of autism, music, art, travel, fun and independence.
Mobeen Azhar investigates the deadly campaign against Pakistan's Shia Hazara minority. (R)
The science behind the EU pesticide ban - will it protect bees? Quentin Cooper presents.
Stephanie Flanders with Michael Rosen, Jay Griffiths, Mariele Neudecker and Matt Adams. (R)
Michael Rosen explores the impact of your accent and dialect, starting with the very young (R)
Danish poet Pejk Malinovski stumbles upon a small town in Texas called Poetry. (R)
Tuesday 7 May 2013