1/5 Paul Morley on his northern childhood, and how he became a northerner.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The key to rural tourism - using Facebook on top of Snowdon?
David Attenborough presents the sounds and story of the guillemot.
The science of longevity - Jim Al-Khalili chats to geneticist Prof Dame Linda Partridge.
Clive Myrie talks to Alp Mehmet, vice-chair of Migration Watch.
2/5 Holiday trips to the south coast expose the darker side of life in the north.
Ute Lemper on her latest song cycle, and strong women in The Apprentice. With Samira Ahmed
Writer Clare Allan on the controversial diagnosis of borderline personality disorder.
3/4 Professor Robert Winston explores what happens in our heads when we listen to music.
Should pornography be discussed as part of sex education in primary and secondary schools?
2/12 Peter investigates the roots of the idea of the miracle cure.
1/6 Josie Long presents short documentaries which look out at those who are watching us.
Giles Coren compares our horsemeat scandal to the Victorian history of food adulteration.
9/9 Dr Lucy Worsley, Chief Curator Historic Royal Palaces, chooses The Lady With the Lamp.
Mark Lawson reviews Neil Jordan's vampire film Byzantium, which stars Saoirse Ronan.
With growing concern over Iran's nuclear intentions, is the UN watchdog up to the job?
Peter White and his guests discuss why 75% of blind people in the UK are unemployed.
Neuromyths in the classroom - how brain facts and fiction are being muddled up in schools.
2/4 In the highest flood in living memory Alan Dein meets the people of Muchelney, Somerset. (R)
2/5 Holiday trips to the south coast expose the darker side of life in the north. (R)
Wednesday 29 May 2013