4/5 Tipsy cake 1858. Heston Blumenthal tells of the historic English obsession with pineapple. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The National Farmers' Union breaks its silence over progress with the pilot badger culls.
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents the goldcrest.
Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
Kirsty Young interviews Chris Packham, naturalist, TV presenter and author. (R)
5/5 Heston Blumenthal unveils the inspiration for his signature dish of mock turtle soup.
Ugandan farmer Polly Apio, undercover police officers and pensions. With Jenni Murray.
Mukti Jain Campion explores the new global interest in Indian-style ingenuity.
Jeremy Hunt on social care, the success of Lush and Edinburgh trams.
Fi Glover introduces a conversation about dealing with breast cancer and pregnancy.
Fergal Keane looks back on the 40-year struggle of the Basque separatists, ETA.
Peter Gibbs and the GQT team are at RHS Rosemoor for some autumnal topical tips.
Aasmah Mir on Choje Akong Rinpoche, Marcella Hazan, Maxine Powell and Mark 'Chopper' Read.
Should climate change sceptics be given airtime? Where has CBeebies radio been hiding?
Fi Glover with a conversation about the impact Leeds Carnival has had on a father and son.
Arts news and reviews with John Wilson, including Philip Hoare on Morrissey's Autobiograph
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Rothbury in the North East
Lisa Jardine compares the computer science legacies of Alan Turing and Ada Lovelace.
2/3 Fergal Keane explores the rise in the power of terrorism in the post-war years.
Arlene Phillips and Jocelyn Jee Esien talk to Harriett Gilbert about favourite books. (R)
Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster, as MPs debate Private Members' Bills.
Fi Glover with a conversation between friends about what makes them happy and sad.
5/5 Heston Blumenthal unveils the inspiration for his signature dish of mock turtle soup. (R)
Saturday 19 October 2013