Employees who pursue private actitivies at work. Also, 'long hours' work culture. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Bananas are under threat as farmer workers in Colombia plan to strike. With Robin Markwell
Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the story and sound of the barn owl.
Anne McElvoy discusses Russia with Fiona Hill, Vladislav Zubok and Oliver Bullough.
1/5 Charles Timoney attempts to find the source of the Seine - which proves rather difficult.
Labour's David Lammy MP on engaging fathers in family life. Jane Garvey presents.
2/4 Recycled Radio explores money, the root of all evil. Or is it?
Unsolicited marketing calls and the risks of black henna tattoos. With Julian Worricker.
Michael Portillo samples the atmosphere of June 1913.
Sheila Dillon explores how bereavement can change our relationship with food. (R)
Gary Younge tells the story of Ebony, the magazine that redefined African-American life. (R)
Author and illustrator Judith Kerr at 90, film comedy Admission, and writer Mark Haddon.
Dennis Marks charts the influence of Russian-origin Israelis on their adopted country.
Life-logging and other obsessions of the nascent 'quantified self' movement explored.
Quentin Cooper is at the Cheltenham Science Festival. (R)
Anne McElvoy discusses Russia with Fiona Hill, Vladislav Zubok and Oliver Bullough. (R)
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
1/5 Charles Timoney attempts to find the source of the Seine - which proves rather difficult. (R)
Tuesday 11 June 2013