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4/5 Peter meets a 'guardian spirit' of old Moscow, defender of its historic architecture. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Ed Kessler from the Woolf Institute.
Supermarkets that treat suppliers unfairly could be fined millions.
Michael Palin presents the kea, from a windswept mountain in New Zealand.
Morning news. Includes Sports Desk, Yesterday in Parliament, Weather, Thought for the Day.
Kirsty Young's castaway is microbiologist Professor Peter Piot. (R)
5/5 Peter Pomerantsev considers Russia's shift from communism to a new form of dictatorship.
Jenni Murray and guests discuss how Manet changed the depiction of women in art.
5/5 Maz arrives in the Seychelles, with the chiselled cheek-boned best man for Lisa's wedding.
Dr Lucie Green takes a tour of the universe, revealing the hidden sounds of space.
5/6 Mark visits Birkenhead, Wirral, where the local life has included monks and a Bantam Army. (R)
Archaeologist Matt pope looks at the role of technology in early human evolution.
Have people with disabilities been let down by reform of the blue badge system?
The latest weather forecast.
Analysis of current affairs reports, presented by Shaun Ley.
10/10 Sir David Cannadine examines Churchill's lifelong fascination with gadgets and technology.
Phoebe tells it like it is. (R)
10/10 Tony Wednesday manoeuvres Jack and Brian into court, then gets a big surprise from Joey.
Peter Gibbs is at the University of Reading for a correspondence edition of the programme.
1/3 By Pippa Goldschmidt. A woman nursing her gran considers the role of numbers in her life.
Matthew Bannister on a businessman, a singer, a novelist, a social worker and a pop star.
The Conservatives' employment claims, milk, teachers, dating and pregnancy due dates.
Moira was blinded by illness and nearly died, but her daughter gave her a reason to go on.
Carolyn Quinn presents interviews, context and analysis.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/6 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present a comic take on the week's news.
Motherly comfort for Phoebe.
Leviathan, Amelia Bullmore, the art of the Battle of Waterloo at Windsor, Son of a Gun.
5/5 Maz arrives in the Seychelles, with the chiselled cheek-boned best man for Lisa's wedding. (R)
Jonathan Dimbleby with Tom Crotty, Lord Deben, Margaret Hodge MP and Julian Huppert MP.
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Will Self laments diminishing personal contact as a result of the rise of technology.
Five programmes examining how technology has changed us, from flint axe to satnav.
South African apartheid-era assassin Eugene de Kock is granted parole.
5/5 Discovering Kokua's sacrifice, Keawe resolves to save his beloved, no matter what the cost
8/8 Mervyn King champions the life of former prime minister of Finland Risto Ryti. (R)
Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster.
A daughter praises her mother's ability to pass on artistic inspiration without preaching.
5/5 Peter Pomerantsev considers Russia's shift from communism to a new form of dictatorship. (R)
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with the Rev Clair Jaquiss.
'I wish they'd all wear tents.' One listener worries that thin people will be a minority.