3/5 Harry's drinking and drug-taking begin to spiral out of control. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The Welsh take on the English badger cull, with a farmer, a badger group and chief vet.
Michaela Strachan presents the story and sound of the white-tailed eagle.
4/4 How much should a seriously ill 17-year-old know about his condition and its prognosis?
4/5 Having damaged his voice with drink and drugs Harry turns to a bizarre alternative therapy
Getting women into science, and the latest from the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan.
Mobeen Azhar discovers a secret vibrant gay scene in urban Pakistan.
4/4 Paul recalls interviews conducted with Dave Brubeck, Stephen Sondheim and Bob Newhart.
Peter White on smart meter opt-outs, 5G, and whether to take out student insurance.
4/5 Gyles Brandreth continues his Five Ages in the 80s - with Mrs Thatcher and Roland Rat. (R)
Helen Mark visits Devon's Beer Quarry Caves which supplied Exeter cathedral with limestone
Zoë Wanamaker presents an appeal on behalf of the charity Tree Aid. (R)
Glenn Patterson takes Mariella Frostrup around the places that have inspired his novels. (R)
Francine Stock talks to director Shane Carruth about his new film Upstream Colour.
Alice Roberts looks at research bias, training sniffer dogs, mapping roadkill and lasers
Arts news with Kirsty Lang, including historian Simon Schama on The Story of the Jews.
How do private investigators carry out surveillance on individuals?
Peter Day reports on an entrepreneur using ideas from soft drinks to distribute medicine.
Alice Roberts looks at research bias, training sniffer dogs, mapping roadkill and lasers (R)
4/4 Will Gompertz with Daphne Koller and Andrew Ng - taking education into the internet age. (R)
Sean Curran reports on events at Westminster.
4/5 Having damaged his voice with drink and drugs Harry turns to a bizarre alternative therapy (R)
Friday 30 August 2013