3/5 Lloyd Bradley charts the arrival of Afro-rock, a genuine London sound with African roots. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
What are French farmers hoping to achieve by smashing eggs in the streets of Brittany?
Michaela Strachan presents the story and sound of the arctic skua.
2/4 What happens when Muslim beliefs are at odds with medical decisions?
4/5 As roots reggae becomes popular, many black teenagers are drawn instead to lovers' rock.
Actress Hayley Atwell, poems inspired by losing a child, and can nudity be empowering?
Rayhan Demeytrie investigates allegations of torture in Kazakhstan's prisons.
2/4 Paul remembers Kenny Everett, working with Tim Rice and backstage interviews at Live Aid.
Chris Warburton looks at the latest developments in 4G and Gibraltar's travel problems.
Helen Mark visits Longshaw Estate in Derbyshire to meet some very special ants.
Richard Hammond presents an appeal for Primary Trauma Care Foundation. (R)
Sarah Hall takes Mariella Frostrup around the places that have inspired her novels. (R)
Robbie Collin talks to Roger Michell about film festivals and who really benefits.
Search for a universal flu vaccine, and the scientists using online games for research.
Mark Lawson interviews guests from the Edinburgh festivals including Reginald D Hunter.
Helen Grady looks at the campaign against the Liverpool Care Pathway for dying patients.
Peter Day ask if Margate's Turner Contemporary Gallery will rejuvenate the town.
Search for a universal flu vaccine, and the scientists using online games for research. (R)
2/4 Will Gompertz meets Martin Mills, co-owner of music powerhouse the Beggars Group. (R)
4/10 Laurie Taylor explores what makes something funny and when it crosses the line.
4/5 As roots reggae becomes popular, many black teenagers are drawn instead to lovers' rock. (R)
Friday 16 August 2013