Laurie Taylor explores a social history of live music from 1950 to 1967. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Caz Graham hears about a project documenting the lives of farmers in the Lake District.
David Attenborough presents the sounds and story of the spotted crake.
Emily Maitlis speaks to Eric Schmidt, Honor Harger, David Spiegelhalter and James Ball.
1/5 Paul Morley on his northern childhood, and how he became a northerner.
Inspiring stories of women who have taken on the challenges that life has thrown at them.
3/3 The junior soldiers are tested on their final field exercise before they graduate.
Are 118 directory enquiry services getting longer? Consumer news with Julian Worricker.
1/12 Peter White explores what this new history reveals, and challenges our preconceptions.
Sheila Dillon finds out why the debate about the role of sugar in our lives is hotting up.
Mukti Jain Campion reports on the changing reading habits of India's growing middle class. (R)
Mark Lawson talks to TV producer Tony Garnett, whose credits include Cathy Come Home.
Dotun Adebayo explores the rise of Prosperity Gospel in Britain's churches.
Leading Labour figures urge a radical policy - dismantling the top-down welfare state.
Why is Oklahoma so prone to tornadoes and what can residents do to protect themselves? (R)
Emily Maitlis speaks to Eric Schmidt, Honor Harger, David Spiegelhalter and James Ball. (R)
1/4 Alan Dein visits a private zoo up for sale in Borth, Wales, to meet owners and animals. (R)
Tuesday 28 May 2013