BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Jane Deith profiles the double Olympic and World champion, Mo Farah. (R)
Chris Sperring is in Hampshire looking at lime trees with lime tree specialist Hugh Milner
Charlotte Green presents an appeal on behalf of the charity Practical Action.
Roger Scruton continues his series of talks on the nature and limits of democracy. (R)
Michaela Strachan presents the story and sound of the common redstart. (R)
Sunday morning magazine programme. Presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Sue MacGregor reunites the creators of the British Asian sketch show Goodness Gracious Me.
Dan Saladino looks at how food has increasingly become a big ingredient in crime fiction.
Kim Normanton presents a moving, personal programme about memory and dementia. (R)
Eric Robson chairs GQT in Ulster, with Matthew Wilson, Pippa Greenwood and Bob Flowerdew. (R)
In 2001, the Crown Prince of Nepal killed nine people and then turned the gun on himself.
Patrick Gale takes Mariella Frostrup around the places which have inspired his novels.
1/2 Writer Kim Shuck takes us on a poetic tour of San Francisco.
Wonga, money and morality - how will Newcastle United fans wear an online lender? (R)
Simon Cox makes his selection of the best of the previous seven days of BBC Radio.
Oo-er missus. Is Radio 4 getting a bit too saucy for the school holidays? (R)
Aasmah Mir recalls Betty Maxwell, Mark Sutton, Karen Black, Kenneth Dancy and George Duke. (R)
Is the new health helpline fit for purpose? John Waite investigates. (R)
Charlotte Green presents an appeal on behalf of the charity Practical Action. (R)
Peter Day ask if Margate's Turner Contemporary Gallery will rejuvenate the town. (R)
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
A look at how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
Robbie Collin talks to Roger Michell about film festivals and who really benefits. (R)
Laurie Taylor considers the impact of drug enforcement operations. (R)
Monday 19 August 2013