4/5 Chris spends as much time as he can looking out of the International Space Station window. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The government defends its plans for spending the farm subsidy budget in England.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the jackdaw.
Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
Kirsty Young talks to Prof Tanya Byron, clinical psychologist and TV presenter. (R)
5/5 Chris comes back to earth and discovers that he's become a YouTube and internet sensation.
Maxine Peake, teenagers and domestic violence, and forensic pyschiatrist Sue Bailey.
Philip Dodd explores how anxiety about China has haunted British intellectual life.
Peter White looks at a clamp down on letting agents' fees, and the popularity of caviar.
Fi Glover with a conversation about surviving chronic illness as a couple.
5/5 Jane Garvey considers if there's a level playing field for the female broadcast expert.
Eric Robson hosts the GQT team in the villages of Stanbridge and Tilsworth, Bedfordshire.
Matthew Bannister on Antonia Bird, Paul Reichmann, Robert Ford, Nigel Davenport, Lou Reed.
Why GF Newman's The Corrupted took over the Afternoon Drama slot for two weeks.
Fi Glover introduces a conversation about the special relationship between guided and dog.
British rapper Tinie Tempah; ballet star Carlos Acosta on his novel; Chilean film Gloria.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Oxford University.
Will Self reflects on the malign influence of the older generation on the young.
Harriett Gilbert talks to Eve Pollard and Julie Bindel about their favourite books. (R)
Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster.
Fi Glover introduces a conversation about finding your way out of sticky situations.
5/5 Chris comes back to earth and discovers that he's become a YouTube and internet sensation. (R)
Saturday 2 November 2013