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3/5 In the Sermermuit Valley, the author is thrilled by a symphony of ice. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Steve Clifford.
Defra is quizzed over its handling of the troubled new online-only subsidy claims system.
Bill Oddie presents the Cetti's warbler. (R)
Morning news. Includes Sports Desk, Yesterday in Parliament, Weather, Thought for the Day.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the scientific achievements of the Curie family.
4/5 On Dundas Island, the arctic animals lay claim to their habitat.
Award-winning actress Sissy Spacek on her new thriller Bloodline. With Jenni Murray.
4/5 Philip's elderly mum has moved in so he can look after her. Or is it the other way round?
Gaza's only grand piano is lovingly restored as music offers hope to troubled children.
Jack Monroe examines the often obsessive relationships people have with their crockery.
A day of arrivals and departures in Collingwood Park.
The future of the high street, A1 National Van Hire and recycling in prison.
The latest weather forecast.
Analysis of current affairs reports, presented by Martha Kearney.
Sound recordist Chris Watson introduces the extraordinary sounds of a glacier calving.
Rob is preoccupied. (R)
Intense drama exploring male anger and how men become victims of victims.
6/6 Clare Balding walks with a group of families in Derbyshire.
Maureen Lipman presents an appeal on behalf of Penny Brohn Cancer Care. (R)
Nigerian novelist Chigozie Obioma discusses his debut novel The Fishermen. (R)
Kenneth Branagh talks about Cinderella, and Noah Baumbach discusses While We're Young.
Should people embrace the changes resulting from invasive alien species?
Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/6 Ed starts applying for real jobs to try to get back into ex-girlfriend Fiona's good books. (R)
Peggy has an unwelcome visitor.
Antony Sher on playing Willy Loman, and Patrick Gale on his novel A Place Called Winter.
4/5 Philip's elderly mum has moved in so he can look after her. Or is it the other way round? (R)
As Tony Blair prepares to quit his diplomatic role in the Middle East, Simon Cox asks why.
Phone hacking, financial mis-selling and fraud: How to recover after negative headlines.
Should people embrace the changes resulting from invasive alien species? (R)
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the scientific achievements of the Curie family. (R)
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
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9/10 Magda's life changes unexpectedly. Bob confronts his alcoholism.
2/6 Justin Edwards hosts improvised chat. With Mel Giedroyc, Max and Ivan, and Nick Mohammed.
Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
4/5 On Dundas Island, the arctic animals lay claim to their habitat. (R)
Shoppers express confusion about the meaning of the Red Tractor food labelling scheme.
Bill Oddie presents the woodlark. (R)