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1/5 Omid Djalili recalls times when he provoked laughter for all the wrong reasons. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
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A short reflection and prayer with Pastor Lindsay Allen.
Dairy farmers face a big blow as further cuts to milk prices are announced for October.
David Attenborough presents the South American hoatzin.
Morning news. Includes Sports Desk; Yesterday in Parliament; Weather; Thought for the Day.
2/4 Quentin Letts asks if the Methodists have a future.
The murder of 35 people by one gunman led to sweeping changes in Australia's gun laws.
2/5 Omid Djalili remembers childhood visits to Iran.
Jane Garvey presents a profile of Brazilian presidential candidate Marina Silva.
7/10 With Shardlake's lack of progress, Cromwell reveals that he fears losing the King's favour
Monty Don introduces the beluga whale, exploring the future of one particular population.
Michael Symmons Roberts explores why so many poets choose to become opera librettists.
The complexities in the vicar's life threaten to catch up with him.
Why were so many girls were failed by police, councillors and social workers in Rotherham?
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news with Martha Kearney.
2/5 Fierce storms and dense sea ice provide more challenges to the film crew.
Ruth gets some bad news. (R)
7/11 The Glasgow psychic detective investigates a woman's obsession with an English professor. (R)
3/7 Jay Rayner and the panel are in Smithfield, London. (R)
Tom Heap explores how four years of drought is changing the face of Texas.
Chris Ledgard host a discussion on speaking and listening skills and the English GCSE.
5/9 Dr Tom Shakespeare tells Matthew Parris why Antonio Gramsci is his Great Life.
Coverage and analysis of the day's news with Eddie Mair.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/6 David muses on his native tongue as a foreign language and the trouble taxidermy can bring (R)
There are two new doting grandmothers in Ambridge.
Arts news with John Wilson, including Helen Mirren on her film The Hundred-Foot Journey.
7/10 With Shardlake's lack of progress, Cromwell reveals that he fears losing the King's favour (R)
Sally Marlow investigates the hidden problem of addiction to over-the-counter painkillers.
Audio descripton is explained, and In Touch facilitates a reunion after 50 years.
Most published science papers are untrue, but few ever get tested. Jolyon Jenkins reports. (R)
2/4 Quentin Letts asks if the Methodists have a future. (R)
The legal case against Ashya King's parents collapses.
7/10 With the release of the album in New York, the Ships look set for global stardom.
3/4 The tale of Victor Legit, a store detective whose shop is being targeted by the Rat King.
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
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2/5 Omid Djalili remembers childhood visits to Iran. (R)
Farmers call for the EU to step in over falling milk prices.
David Attenborough presents the Australian magpie.