BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Sheep rustling has more than doubled in two years. What's happening to the stolen animals?
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents the grey plover.
Rachel Byrne reports from Westminster on a growing row about the badger cull.
Carolyn McCall, businesswoman and CEO of easyJet, is interviewed by Kirsty Young. (R)
The women unofficially fighting crime around the world. Jenni Murray presents.
How police forces are using social media to fight crime and improve community relations.
Peter White asks why there's a drop in the number of children with social network profiles
Fi Glover with a mother and son remembering their very different childhood experiences.
Fergal Keane on the British promises in WWI that provoked conflict in the Middle East.
Eric Robson hosts a very special show recorded on board the Settle-Carlisle railway.
Matthew Bannister remembers Maria de Villota, General Vo Nguyen Giap and Dr Ruth Patrick.
Is watching radio the future? And the Radio 3 film music season - blockbuster or flop?
Fi Glover with an honest conversation between a couple who met online about why it ended.
Novelist Penelope Lively; Julian Fellowes' Romeo and Juliet; Prefab Sprout's Paddy McAloon
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Northampton.
Lisa Jardine reflects on the internationalism that underpins the progress of science.
1/3 From the French Revolution to the First World War, Fergal Keane on the story of terrorism.
Alex Polizzi and writer Peter Robinson talk to Harriett Gilbert about favourite books. (R)
Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster.
Fi Glover introduces an Olympian and her games-maker mum, remembering their Olympic summer
Saturday 12 October 2013