Peter Day asks whether Margate's Turner Contemporary art gallery will rejuvenate the town
The courtroom tweets taking us inside China's trial of the century
US military veterans react to the sentencing of Private Bradley Manning in WikiLeaks case
The Great Unwind - what happens when stimulus ends?
Kevin Fong explores the personal and medical impact of SARS ten years on
Murder in the Philippines; the crushing of the Prague Spring; and human shields in Iraq.
Can Turkey's new anti-government alliance hold together?
How this ancient Jewish text is being studied and interpreted in the modern world
Does true love have to be monogamous? We hear three very modern love stories.
Richard Sambrook explores the complexity of covering Egypt after criticism from a listener
With Margaret Hamburg, Thomas Frieden and Anthony Coles.
Sir Tom Stoppard on mashing up Pink Floyd and philosophy in his new radio play
The mystery of an unidentified young man found dead on a west London street
Sunday 25 August 2013