From communication and contemplation to obedience and shame, we explore silence
Gwyneth Paltrow wants to know what Justin Bieber looks like in the steam room
Catrin Nye explores the exorcisms taking place in Britain's South Asian communities.
Who will bring about change in the garment industry in Bangladesh?
Shaimaa Khalil listens to the new voices of the Egyptian revolution
Will the new H7N9 strain of bird flu present a wider threat to humans?
What lies behind the recent changes to the BBC World Service schedule and programmes?
We road test smart cars in South Korea and investigate the Netherlands' intelligent roads
American Classic: Jay McInerney talks to Harriett Gilbert about F Scott Fitzgerald's novel
Why do we live with cats and dogs?
Neonicotinoid chemicals that are linked to causing harm in bees are restricted in the EU
Peter Day reports on plans to build a potash mine in a national park in northern England.
Why older, more experienced therapists are more likely to shed tears during therapy
Canyons, craters and mountains: The spectacular Martian terrain carved by swathes of water
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
US Senators meet a Yemeni man whose village was targeted by a drone
Monday 6 May 2013