Broadcasting House examines Western intervention in Iran, going back to American and British foreign policy involving one man called Kermit and another called Monti, and how, in 1953, the countries worked to oust Prime Minister Mussadeq. The programme goes on the trail of a violin concerto which, having been lost for 70 years, will be performed in public for the first time. Does anyone take lunch any more and what is the real value of the business lunch? Queen of the business lunch, Robin Jay, gives her opinion. Reviewing the Sunday papers are actor Sam West, the former Head of BBC Radio and now Chair of the Arts Council, Dame Liz Forgan, and Tetteh Koffi who, having founded the newspaper New Nation, is now a media advisor.