5/5 Even in the 21st century, gold-dealing remains an archaic practice. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Helen Mark discovers how Lincolnshire's former airfields are being used today. (R)
Soil - why is it so important? Charlotte Smith does the science bit.
Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster.
The Rev Richard Coles and Aasmah Mir talk to singer-songwriter Tracey Thorn.
1/3 Soweto Kinch offers a different vision of a city he's loved all his life - Birmingham.
Peter Oborne of the Daily Telegraph looks behind the scenes at Westminster.
Why Central America is awash with guns and other reporters' stories from around the world.
Paul Lewis looks at how HSBC are preventing some customers taking out large sums of cash.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Gwyn Hall in Neath, Wales. (R)
The state of education and the health service in Wales, and taking in Syrian refugees.
Gabriel Prokofiev asks whether 20th-century classical composers killed off their audience. (R)
Sophie Ellis-Bextor. African singer-songwriter Angelique Kidjo. Edith Cavell.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
John Wilson reports on the world's biggest art theft, still unsolved. (R)
2/8 Nick asks if history has been fair to Lord North, the prime minister who lost America. (R)
3/3 How reality TV has put three ordinary people in the media spotlight.
2/3 From Cain and Abel to today, Mariella Frostrup and guests explore sibling rivalry. (R)
Nationwide general knowledge quiz, hosted by Russell Davies. (R)
Roger McGough presents Goblin Market by Christina Rossetti, read by Shirley Henderson. (R)
Sunday 26 January 2014