BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Attacks by dogs on livestock - Sybil Ruscoe looks at one way to prevent them.
Steve Backshall presents the story and sound of the kestrel.
3/3 Steve Hewlett and guests discuss the significance of the erosion of privacy today.
4/5 A useful and engaging guide to the wildlife of garden trees and shrubs.
1/5 Sampat Pal, grassroots crusader for women's rights, takes on a new case of injustice.
Power-dressing for the heat with guest presenter Andrea Catherwood.
Master gemstone cutters reveal how they let the light out of stones, and what this means.
'Prices, Profits and Poverty' - MPs give their view of the energy market.
Lucy looks at how the manager went from being seen as a charlatan to a captain of industry
Sheila Dillon meets the cooks who've specialised in making great food on very low incomes. (R)
Hardeep Singh Kohli shares the literature and music he loves, including a song by Elbow.
6/6 Brian Cox and Robin Ince discuss the wonder of science at London's Science Museum.
Architect Richard Rogers nominates a favourite public space for Cultural Exchange.
2/3 James Jones focuses on big business corporations and asks how they can become 'virtuous'.
Two women in Spain undergo reconstructive surgery after FGM. Will it work? (R)
Can the oil industry be an asset for wildlife or is the risk too high? (R)
3/3 Steve Hewlett and guests discuss the significance of the erosion of privacy today. (R)
Chris Ledgard explores the language ideas in the story of Babel. (R)
The House of Lords debates the problems of the 111 out-of-hours medical telephone service.
1/5 Sampat Pal, grassroots crusader for women's rights, takes on a new case of injustice. (R)
Tuesday 30 July 2013