The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 C is for how chairs are constantly redesigned and F is for films and architecture. (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 David Walker, Bishop of Manchester.
Farmers affected by the recent floods will be able to apply for more government money.
Kate Humble presents the green woodpecker.
Morning news. Includes Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Libby Purves meets Sir Roger Bannister and professor of cybernetics Kevin Warwick.
3/5 G is for Grand Theft Auto, and how Conran and Ikea have transformed domesticity.
The need for more diversity of women in the media; how bullying affects academic success.
8/10 Clary embarks upon a dangerous liaison, and Edward's financial situation worsens.
Mothers and daughters shopping together, from cradle to grave. A light-hearted feature.
3/6 Vera is consumed with jealousy because of the literary success of her friend Ginny Fox.
The students who lose their loan or grant part way through a course.
Dozens of farmers say they face ruin after borrowing money from a Somerset finance company
National and international news.
3/5 Martin Wainwright identifies the perpetrators of the damaging myth of the North.
Shula is grasping at straws. (R)
By Andy Walker. Dystopian thriller set in the near future about repairing a lost love.
Questions about probate? Ruth Alexander and guests take your calls and emails.
Dr Mark Porter investigates low testosterone, low-fibre diets and GPs on Skype. (R)
Exploring a hidden horticultural history, and why England fails at international football.
The Oscar Pistorius channel, the decline of Sunday red-tops, and BBC commissioning.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/4 Susan explains why she's an evangelist for embracing a broad spectrum of cultural pursuits
Kirsty's listening to the birds.
Kirsty Lang discusses the new film adaptation of John Banville's novel The Sea.
8/10 Clary embarks upon a dangerous liaison, and Edward's financial situation worsens. (R)
3/4 Claire Bolderson asks what the UK can learn from Norway's low prisoner re-offending rates.
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The Power and the Passion: Jim Wallis on the power of the cross.
Tom Heap squeezes into micro-homes to see if living compactly has environmental answers. (R)
Libby Purves meets Sir Roger Bannister and professor of cybernetics Kevin Warwick. (R)
The latest from Ukraine, and a special report from Transnistria. With Ritula Shah.
3/10 Ruth tells of her father's education and recalls a significant moment in her own.
3/4 A funny but factually accurate look at the unacknowledged geniuses of the science world.
3/5 Patrick Marber and Peter Curran lie in the darkness, sharing a bunk bed and wondering.
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen presents his favourite pieces of writing to a theatre audience. (R)
3/5 G is for Grand Theft Auto, and how Conran and Ikea have transformed domesticity. (R)
UK field trials of a GM plant which produces 'fish oils' will go ahead this year.
Kate Humble presents the hoopoe.