Laurie Taylor explores the risk-taking experiences of young British tourists in Ibiza. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Good news for wool producers - prices are up by a third. With Charlotte Smith.
Brett Westwood presents the story and sound of the bluethroat.
Stephanie Flanders talks to Beeban Kidron, Jamal Edwards, Farida Vis and Adrian Hon.
1/5 Jung Chang's biography of the woman who single-handedly dragged China into modernity.
Labour deputy leader Harriet Harman MP on her life in politics. With Jane Garvey.
A portrait of pre Chinese Tibet through the voices of the British who worked there.
If you're a UK citizen living abroad, why are passport renewal fees twice as much?
1/5 Lucy Powell returns to the gods and ghosts of the ancient Greeks.
Reigning champions Wales begin the defence of their title against the North of England.
Ian McMillan goes to Doncaster to explore the unique heritage of working men's clubs.
Mark Lawson reviews Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal in the film thriller Prisoners.
Owen Bennett Jones has a sideways look at confusions and contradictions of the Middle East
How mercury poisoning is threatening the health of Indonesian gold miners. (R)
Does human population increase mean more disease for wild and domestic animals and plants? (R)
Stephanie Flanders talks to Beeban Kidron, Jamal Edwards, Farida Vis and Adrian Hon. (R)
Director, author and performer Neil Bartlett explores the myth and song of the nightingale
A composed feature that explores sleeplessness and the sounds of a sleepless night. (R)
1/5 Jung Chang's biography of the woman who single-handedly dragged China into modernity. (R)
Tuesday 24 September 2013