BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
There are reports that too few badgers have been shot in the two pilot badger culls.
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents the common pheasant.
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
Libby Purves meets actor and comedian Alexander Armstrong and novelist Wilbur Smith.
Jimmy Choo co-founder Tamara Mellon and WH powerlister Cilla Snowball talk to Emma Barnett
Sound recordist Chris Watson captures 24 hours in the life of Newcastle Central Station.
As MPs scrutinise the Consumer Rights Bill, how will it help to protect ordinary shoppers?
Fergal Keane meets the anarchists who petrified the genteel society of the 1890s.
Need help with a tax problem? Call Vincent Duggleby on Wed, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Margaret McCartney reports on confusion around the new shingles vaccine. (R)
Laurie looks at social communication in the Twitter age. Also, elite university admissions
The BBC's future digital vision, and the editor of the Times on press reform.
Jennifer Saunders reflects with Mark Lawson on her career so far as she publishes a memoir
Paul Dimeo argues that drugs have made modern sport what it is today.
Tom Heap discovers landfill mining: finding value in what's been thrown away.
Libby Purves meets actor and comedian Alexander Armstrong and novelist Wilbur Smith. (R)
2/4 Funny, factually-accurate look at space travel and explosive nuclear propulsion. (R)
Thursday 10 October 2013