3/5 The last days of gold-as-money came under the Nixon presidency. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Charlotte Smith looks at two separate summits on bee health and pesticide regulation.
Chris Packham presents the moorhen.
Reports from Westminster with Susan Hulme.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the sources for early Chinese history.
4/5 China currently mines more gold than any country, and everyone wants a part of it.
African singer-songwriter Angelique Kidjo, Twitter abuse and blogging about cancer.
Lavatories in Sochi, fish on our plates and other correspondents' despatches.
Poet Michael Symmons Roberts explores the remarkable life of Anthony Trollope.
The Green Deal is a year old, but has it created more energy efficient homes?
Linda Colley explores Britain's lack of a written constitution.
Helen Mark discovers how Lincolnshire's former airfields are being used today.
Jonathon Porritt presents an appeal on behalf of the Green Belt Movement International. (R)
Horatio Clare and Christopher Nicholson discuss the influence of winter in literature. (R)
Francine Stock talks to Meryl Streep about her Oscar-nominated role in August Osage County
Tiny particles and the huge and hugely expensive experiments needed in order to find them.
Arts news with Mark Lawson, including neth Branagh on directing Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit.
What caused the trouble at Oakwood Prison? Hannah Barnes investigates.
Peter Day travels to Cork to find out what life is really like after the EU bailout.
Tiny particles and the huge and hugely expensive experiments needed in order to find them. (R)
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the sources for early Chinese history. (R)
Alicia McCarthy and the BBC parliamentary team report from Westminster.
4/5 China currently mines more gold than any country, and everyone wants a part of it. (R)
Friday 24 January 2014