US activists in search of illegal immigrants. Also, lay witnesses in court. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
How's the 2013 harvest coming along? Sybil Ruscoe gets a progress report.
Michaela Strachan presents the story and sound of the common redstart.
2/3 Robert McCrum and his guests examine the dangerous seclusions of writing.
1/5 Roger Law meets two men with one thing in common - creating objects in perfect detail.
1/5 It's 1948 and the Empire Windrush brings an exciting new musical style to London - calypso
Kirstie Allsopp on a personal journey investigating women's experiences of giving birth.
1/2 Liz Barclay follows three busy people on an experiment to slow down their pace of life.
The economics of shale gas, and why climate change could be the cause of bumpier flights.
By Sarah Woods. A love story told using the science of mirror neurons.
How cooks from 12 countries gathered to share food and music on stage at Womad. (R)
Kwame Kwei-Armah presents his favourite pieces of writing and song lyrics to an audience.
Arts news with Mark Lawson, including an interview with the crime writer Ruth Rendell.
Jackie Ashley investigates the standard of hospital care at nights and at weekends.
Tessa Dunlop looks at the wealth, power and influence of the Romanian Orthodox Church. (R)
Zoe Williams explores the changes that take place in a woman's brain during pregnancy. (R)
2/3 Robert McCrum and his guests examine the dangerous seclusions of writing. (R)
1/10 Late-night conversation. Jane Garvey asks what role sex plays in our lives.
1/5 It's 1948 and the Empire Windrush brings an exciting new musical style to London - calypso (R)
Tuesday 13 August 2013