Special programme on the work and influence of the pioneering German intellectual. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
UK lamb and mutton exports to China are up 93 per cent on last year.
Brett Westwood presents the story and sound of the robin.
2/4 How did our spelling system get so chaotic? Stephen Fry investigates.
4/5 Roger Law meets two inventors who are changing the world one small design at a time.
1/5 August 1814. The United States wakes to find the Royal Navy moored in Chesapeake Bay.
With Jamie Oliver. And the sandwich generation - caring for your parents and children.
2/4 A fly-on-the-wedding cake documentary about Mimi and Ryan's big day.
Compensation for delayed flights after six years, and hunting down the email hackers.
How the French Revolution shocked Edmund Burke into defending British traditions.
Tim Hayward meets the people taking ambitious food production into their own hands. (R)
Mike Greenwood unlocks the secrets of Antoine de Saint-Exupery's classic novella.
Richard Curtis' About Time reviewed; reggae group UB40; documentaries set in schools.
No longer just for the rich, tutoring is booming in Britain. But is it worth the money? (R)
Mobeen Azhar discovers a secret vibrant gay scene in urban Pakistan. (R)
Geoff Watts finds out how deep brain stimulation is treating Parkinson's and depression. (R)
2/4 How did our spelling system get so chaotic? Stephen Fry investigates. (R)
Chris Ledgard looks at the laws surrounding language use, from libel to blasphemy. (R)
Susan Hulme reports, as MPs return to Westminster after the summer break.
1/5 August 1814. The United States wakes to find the Royal Navy moored in Chesapeake Bay. (R)
Tuesday 3 September 2013