1/5 Family fortunes had dwindled into a genteel memory of former wealth. (R)
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The latest report on climate change is released. What will changes mean for agriculture?
Kate Humble presents the woodcock.
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
Jim Al-Khalili talks to Veronica van Heyningen about the gene that builds the eye.
Jane Hill meets Caroline Harding, who has two children with a rare genetic condition.
2/5 Rummaging in the study produced not just books but bullets too.
Jane Garvey talks to Courtney Love about her life, music and what's next.
2/2 Peter Curran tells the story of the Enfield 8000, Britain's pioneering electric car. (R)
Are we still too reliant on consumer debt? Consumer phone-in with Winifred Robinson.
The dangers of friendship as conveyed to children in the 18th and 19th centuries.
1/6 Josie Long presents a sequence of mini documentaries in which reality becomes dreamlike.
A panel of climate experts debates how we will have to adapt in the face of climate change
Michael Rosen talks to writers about how character is created through language.
1/9 The English cellist Jacqueline Du Pre is championed by solo percussionist Evelyn Glennie.
Broadchurch creator on his new play Worst Ever Wedding; Russian violinist Viktoria Mullova
Aditya Chakrabortty imagines a future Britain in which London has become independent.
Will further regulation make the internet more user-friendly for visually impaired people?
Dr Mark Porter presents a series that aims to demystify perplexing health issues.
Jim Al-Khalili talks to Veronica van Heyningen about the gene that builds the eye. (R)
Susan Hulme and the BBC parliamentary team report from Westminster.
2/5 Rummaging in the study produced not just books but bullets too. (R)
Wednesday 2 April 2014