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2/5 The sweep of change initiated by the railways also highlighted the nuances of the classes. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Spiritual reflection and prayer to start the day with the Rev Duncan MacLaren.
The Welsh badger vaccination programme is suspended because of a shortage of the vaccine.
Sir David Attenborough presents the widespread marine species, the white tern. (R)
Morning news. Includes Sports Desk, Yesterday in Parliament, Weather, Thought for the Day.
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Libby Purves meets conductor Marin Alsop and producer Sir Michael Codron.
3/5 The sweep of change meant that things were different off the trains too.
Woman's Hour meets glass blower Laura McKinley as she works at a studio in South London.
3/5 Villagers are trying to flee, and Stanley tries to persuade them to stay.
A supportive friendship begun in a hostel for the homeless continues now life is better.
Lucy Kellaway asks whether we should be more open about what we are paid.
An all-star gala in celebration of Barry Cryer's 80th birthday. (R)
Mary Ann Sieghart talks to Charles Hanson about being convicted for the murder of his wife (R)
Consumer affairs programme.
The latest weather forecast.
Rigorous analysis of news and current affairs, presented by Martha Kearney.
3/4 St Ives - where Virginia Woolf scrambled over the cliffs, inspired by the waves. (R)
Who is that at the Brookfield door? (R)
1/10 Gregor is charged with the task of rooting out the insurgence and crushing it.
What will the impact be on landlords and tenants from the buy-to-let stamp duty increase?
Claudia Hammond finds out why bilingualism protects against damage caused by a stroke. (R)
Laurie Taylor takes a sociological look at everyday life. Plus cafe society.
Topical programme about the fast-changing media world.
PM at 5pm - Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/6 Mr and Mrs Wrigglesworth receive some bad news about a friend.
Bert gets his hands dirty for Freda.
Arts news, interviews and reviews.
3/5 Villagers are trying to flee, and Stanley tries to persuade them to stay. (R)
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by David Aaronovitch.
Ann York discusses diagnoses - her own, and ones she gives to others.
Clare Jenkins presents a personal insight into the world of premature babies. (R)
Libby Purves meets conductor Marin Alsop and producer Sir Michael Codron. (R)
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
3/10 Carl's situation goes from bad to worse as Dermot threatens to go to the police.
Samantha Spiro plays Beverley, whose obsession with children's feet extends beyond her job
1/6 Even the most successful writers have at some point had to take day jobs to pay the bills. (R)
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster as MPs vote on military action in Syria.
3/5 The sweep of change meant that things were different off the trains too. (R)
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside. Presented by Charlotte Smith.
Sir David Attenborough presents a widely regarded symbol of Australia, the black swan. (R)