4/5 Jennifer Saunders heads off to India, to write a screenplay with Ruby Wax. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Will the government's pollination plan address the decline of both bees and bee farmers?
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents the cattle egret.
Alicia McCarthy reports from Westminster.
Kirsty Young talks to Jeremy Hutchinson, former barrister and member of the House of Lords (R)
5/5 A final tour with Dawn and some unexpected news.
Former NZ Prime Minister Helen Clark, and media presentation of women. With Jenni Murray.
Hardeep Singh Kohli traces the stormy creation of the Football Association 150 years ago.
Peter White looks at big changes for the Highways Agency and the cost of energy abroad.
Fi Glover with a conversation about the strain living with PTSD puts on a relationship.
Fergal Keane considers the dilemma the ANC faced over the use of terrorist tactics.
Host Eric Robson and his panel of experts visit Leicester University and Botanic Gardens.
Matthew Bannister recalls Sir Anthony Caro, Jovanka Broz, Felix Dexter and Olive Stevenson
Morwenna Banks on her radio drama that stopped listeners in their tracks.
Fi Glover with a conversation about marriage, round-the-world trips and puppies.
Kirsty Lang meets Elizabeth Gilbert, whose books include the bestseller Eat Pray Love.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Thetford in Norfolk.
Lisa Jardine reflects on IVF as she stands down from the body which regulates it.
3/3 Terror went global in the 1970s. Fergal Keane finds out why.
Harriett Gilbert talks to Brendan O'Neill and Gabriel Gbadamosi about favourite books. (R)
Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster.
Fi Glover with a conversation about the stuff of life; perhaps some of it should be let go
5/5 A final tour with Dawn and some unexpected news. (R)
Saturday 26 October 2013