4/5 The invading British decide to attack Baltimore - with devastating consequences. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Even after the horsemeat scandal, are supermarkets still stocking too much imported meat?
Brett Westwood presents the story and sound of the red grouse.
Alicia McCarthy reports on events at Westminster.
In the 100th edition, from Dallas, Sue MacGregor and guests recall the JFK assassination. (R)
5/5 The British assault on Baltimore fails. They retreat and the invasion is over.
Reading in schools; Australia's general election; gay rights in Uganda; rower Helen Glover
2/2 Edward Stourton presents the partisans' stories of the mass POW breakout in 1943.
Consumer news with Peter White. Including army wives' pensions and ultra HD TV.
In a Sheffield pub, Anne McElvoy learns how conservatism responded to urban mass democracy
Eric Robson chairs a postbag edition from the GQT potting shed at Sparsholt College.
Matthew Bannister on Sir David Frost, David Dickson, Louisa Jo Killen and David Jacobs.
Tim Harford on conflict deaths, Super Pumas and whether left-handers die young.
Cillian Murphy on TV drama Peaky Blinders; director Mira Nair; revenge songs.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Colwyn Bay, North Wales.
AL Kennedy doesn't like change. But she thinks she should change her atittude.
1/2 Anne McElvoy traces British conservatism from the French Revolution to 1867's Reform Act.
5/9 Paul Mason talks to Matthew Parris about 19th-century French anarchist Louise Michel.
Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster, as MPs debate Private Members' Bills.
5/5 The British assault on Baltimore fails. They retreat and the invasion is over. (R)
Saturday 7 September 2013