3/5 Dave embarks on a mission to train a bumblebee sniffer-dog. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Floods, hotter summers and lots of rats. Scientists predict the effects of climate change.
David Attenborough presents the sounds and story of the wood warbler.
Sean Curran reports on the State Opening of Parliament.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Icelandic sagas.
4/5 Dave reveals why certain male bees hang around drinking nectar on hilltops.
Cat Power, independent midwives, and the increasing influence of stay-at-home mothers.
Rob Walker finds out how oil has changed Ghana's sleepy port city of Takoradi.
Sarah Churchwell investigates the enduring appeal of Gatsby on both sides of the Atlantic.
A warning about conmen posing as Green Deal assessors, DIY lessons and fake headphones.
4/10 John McCarthy considers pictures of two villages, now called al-Jib and Beit Ur al-Fauqa.
Jules Hudson visits Cannock Chase, in Staffordshire, to find out about its military past.
James McAvoy presents an appeal on behalf of Retrak.
Gillian Clarke discusses her poetry collection Ice with James Naughtie and readers. (R)
Francine Stock with Riz Ahmed on The Reluctant Fundamentalist and Jeff Nichols on Mud.
What would happen to UK scientific research in the UK were to leave the EU?
Arts news with John Wilson, including Peter Bazalgette on painter Wyndham Lewis.
Geoff Watts explores the cultural and scientific story of hallucination. (R)
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Icelandic sagas. (R)
1/4 Jarvis Cocker returns with his award-winning nocturnal exploration of the human condition.
Sean Curran with the latest news from Westminster.
4/5 Dave reveals why certain male bees hang around drinking nectar on hilltops. (R)
Friday 10 May 2013