BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Helen Mark is in Scotland to celebrate a recent boom in skiff-racing. (R)
Sybil Ruscoe hears from farmers and protesters preparing for the pilot badger cull.
Richard Coles and Anita Anand are joined by actress Anna Chancellor.
2/4 Steve Punt turns private investigator to reopen a mysterious case of collapsing children.
Bridget Kendall and her guests discuss fragility, in humans and in ecosystems.
The principality of Liechtenstein confronts austerity, and other global despatches.
4/4 David Grossman assesses the impact of government interventions like quantitative easing.
Ritula Shah presents political debate and discussion from Broadcasting House in London. (R)
Would you support military action in the Middle East? Presented by Julian Worricker.
Musician Fidan Hajiyeva. Should boys have the HPV jab? Plus the power of female friendship
Danny Wallace and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
Edward Stourton profiles the head of Egypt's Armed Forces, General Abdul Fattah al-Sisi.
Saturday Review comes from the Edinburgh Festival.
A recreation of the1963 train journey made to Washington by civil rights campaigners.
3/4 Should a mother be allowed to have her children tested for a life-threatening faulty gene? (R)
1/2 Writer Kim Shuck takes us on a poetic tour of San Francisco. (R)
Sunday 25 August 2013