BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Agnes Woolley examines what is missing from the stories told by, and about, refugees. (R)
Caz Graham meets the Cumbrian hill farmer turned government advisor.
Rhod Gilbert presents an appeal on behalf of Alzheimer's Society.
John Gray reflects on the things we know but prefer not to think about. (R)
David Attenborough presents the crossbill. (R)
Sunday morning magazine programme. Presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Kirsty Young talks to violinist Nicola Benedetti.
Sheila Dillon revisits the inspirational caterers from the BBC Food and Farming Awards.
Debbie Wiseman guides listeners through the world of the film composer.
Eric Robson and the panel take questions in the county of Wiltshire. (R)
In 1936, a US socialite and her Chinese guide captured a giant panda and brought it to NY.
Books news with Mariella Frostrup. Carlos Acosta shares his Five of the Best Books.
A compilation of some of Seamus Heaney's notable contributions to radio.
Is enough being done to prevent rogue states and terrorists acquiring chemical weapons? (R)
Catherine Bott makes her selection of the best of the previous seven days of BBC Radio.
Tim Harford tries to find out why this is the week of the year in which most deaths occur. (R)
A journalist, a cancer researcher, a film producer, a jockey, and an Everly Brother. (R)
Paul Lewis and guests discuss who is set to benefit from the energy bill price drop. (R)
Rhod Gilbert presents an appeal on behalf of Alzheimer's Society. (R)
Richard Miron presents a profile of the former Israeli prime minister.
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
A look at how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
Film news, as Francine Stock talks to Chiwetel Ejiofor about 12 Years a Slave. (R)
Laurie Taylor discusses the emotional commitment people bring to 'high' and 'low' culture. (R)
Monday 13 January 2014