BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
How succession planning can help family farms bolster their business for the future.
David Attenborough presents the black-necked grebe.
Sean Curran reports from Westminster on Prime Minister's Question Time.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Battle of Tours of 732.
Bette Davis archive. Caesarean and forceps births. Sajda Mughal from JAN Trust.
A profile of Gulnara Karimova, the pop star daughter of Uzbekistan's ruthless leader.
Professor Andrew Hussey explores whether heroin use creates a particular aesthetic style.
The classes teaching five-year-olds how to handle money. With Winifred Robinson.
Linda Colley explores the compromises made when Scotland was subsumed into Great Britain.
Felicity Evans visits Falkland Estate in Fife, home to a former royal palace.
Rhod Gilbert presents an appeal on behalf of Alzheimer's Society. (R)
Books news with Mariella Frostrup. Carlos Acosta shares his Five of the Best Books. (R)
Francine Stock talks to Jonah Hill about The Wolf of Wall Street, Scorsese's latest film.
Personal genetics kits - useful service or unregulated, irresponsible and gimmicky?
Mark Lawson talks to some of the nominees for this year's Oscars.
How can the NHS offer more in a time of unprecedented financial pressures?
Peter Day visits Malvern to find out why it is a hub in the fight against cyber crime.
Personal genetics kits - useful service or unregulated, irresponsible and gimmicky? (R)
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Battle of Tours of 732. (R)
Sean Curran and the BBC parliamentary team report from Westminster.
Friday 17 January 2014