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1/5 Eight-year-old Richard catches his first newt. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Alison Murdoch.
Concern that government research on the bee decline is being funded by pesticide companies
Steve Backshall presents the story and sound of the kingfisher. (R)
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
1/4 Justice Michael Kirby, the first Australian High Court judge to come out as gay.
In July 1944 a group of German officers attempted to assassinate Adolf Hitler.
2/5 Toads - real and imaginary. The temptations of anthropomorphism.
Eating disorders and sport - Scotland high jumper Jayne Nisbet on recovering from bulimia.
2/5 The implications of lead singer Rain's bombshell last night are starting to hit home.
Monty Don finds out if national parks are good for wildlife.
2/2 British musician and poet Akala examines the culture of his Rastafarian heritage.
As new licences are made available across the country, would you welcome fracking?
The latest weather forecast.
Edward Stourton presents national and international news.
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Prof Kathy Willis explores the smuggling of rubber seeds from South America.
The SAVE video is ready to roll. (R)
2/11 Alastair Jessiman's second play about a psychic who uses his gifts to help the police. (R)
Tom Holland and his guests discuss honour among 18th century street fighters.
2/2 Is mining the deep ocean the solution to the world's growing demand for valuable metals? (R)
Chris Ledgard explores Orwell's dystopian vision of the future of language - Newspeak.
Paralympian Ade Adepitan and comedian Dominic Holland talk books with Harriett Gilbert.
The Kaiser sends a telegram to the Tsar to try to prevent war.
Eddie Mair presents coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
6/6 Stephen K Amos and comedian friends present a guide to mortality.
PC Burns is handing out advice.
Arts news, interviews and reviews.
2/5 The implications of lead singer Rain's bombshell last night are starting to hit home. (R)
How evolutionary biology shapes policy on welfare reform, immigration and bankers' pay.
Three blind musicians debut as conductors; and a blind businessman in the building trade.
Dr Mark Porter goes on a weekly quest to demystify the health issues that perplex us.
1/4 Justice Michael Kirby, the first Australian High Court judge to come out as gay. (R)
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
7/10 Nella discovers Marin's secret, but does she fully understand its implications?
4/6 Stephen Fry joins Brian Cox and Robin Ince to ask, 'Can science save us?'. (R)
Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
Father and son discuss their successful family business and what it is that makes it work.
2/5 Toads - real and imaginary. The temptations of anthropomorphism. (R)
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside. Presented by Caz Graham.
Steve Backshall presents the story and sound of the cirl bunting. (R)