5/5 Impressionistic cultural portrait of a society on the edge. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Helen Mark goes to a forest school in woodlands in Gloucestershire. (R)
Charlotte Smith takes a look at the links between agriculture and archaeology.
Sian Williams and Richard Coles meet Charles Saumarez Smith of the Royal Academy of Arts.
What makes a musician join the army? Courtney Pine marches with the military to find out.
Jackie Ashley of the Guardian looks behind the scenes at Westminster.
Correspondents in Albania, Brazil, Iraq, France and Tonga tell their stories.
Ruth Alexander helps you cut moving costs, whether renting or buying.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Endellion, Cornwall. (R)
Listeners' views on whether the Church of England should be involved in money lending.
Highlights from the Woman's Hour week, presented by Jane Garvey.
The power and role of investors in business is discussed by Evan Davis and guests. (R)
Nikki Bedi presents an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy from WOMAD Festival.
Helen Grady profiles the prize-winning scientist Professor Sir Andre Geim.
A look at the week's cultural highlights, including Barnum at Chichester.
2/3 That's Life, ChildLine and more - Esther Rantzen meets herself in the BBC sound archives.
Karen Leeder on a great modern masterpiece, Maria Rainer Rilke's Sonnets to Orpheus. (R)
Sunday 28 July 2013