4/5 From her berth on the Kendal, Rose George looks at the environmental impact of shipping. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The Seasonal Agricultural Workers scheme is to end; so who replaces them in the fields?
Brett Westwood presents the story and sound of the great spotted woodpecker.
Sean Curran hears the reaction of MPs to the sale of Royal Mail.
Sue MacGregor and guests recall the Occupation of Jersey during the Second World War. (R)
5/5 Rose George shines a light on the hidden workers behind the massive shipping industry.
Singer-songwriter Katie Melua performs. Jenni Murray presents the female perspective.
1/2 Will Millard descends the Mano River on the Sierra Leone-Liberia border by inflatable raft
The house buyers scammed out of the entire cost of their homes. With Peter White.
Anne McElvoy on Mrs Thatcher's father and the transformation of conservatism.
Eric Robson chairs at the gardening event of the year, the GQT Summer Garden Party 2013.
Matthew Bannister on Ray Dolby, Wing Cdr Kenneth Wallis, Frederick Pohl and Lydia Gridneff
Tim Harford discusses fertility statistics, the GDP and Africa's 'drinking problem'.
Mark Rylance on directing Vanessa Redgrave and James Earl Jones. Plus TV prison dramas.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Southend in Essex.
AL Kennedy reflects on the stuggle to establish truth in an age of lies.
2/2 Anne McElvoy traces British conservatism from the Edwardian era to the permissive society.
6/9 Matthew Parris is joined by Peter Bowles to discuss the life of director George Devine.
Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster, as MPs head off for the party conference season.
5/5 Rose George shines a light on the hidden workers behind the massive shipping industry. (R)
Saturday 14 September 2013