The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/3 By Claire Powell. An alcohol-driven love affair goes wrong when the man starts to get fit. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of the Church of St John the Baptist, Burford, Oxfordshire.
Mark Coles profiles Shane Smith, Ottawa punk rocker-turned-media mogul. (R)
The latest national and international news.
Mark Tully considers the practical implications of our relationship with machines.
Charlotte Smith visits Chapel Down vineyard in Kent as they start the year's grape harvest
The latest weather forecast.
The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
Referendum reconciliation, Hajj fraud, and Vatican cricketers take on Anglicans.
Jenny Agutter presents an appeal for Amref Health Africa.
From St Martin-in-the-Fields, a service reflecting on the wisdom of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
Red may be now fashionable, but in the past it was powerful, reflects Lisa Jardine. (R)
Sir David Attenborough presents the globally widespread but secretive black stork.
Sunday morning magazine programme.
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Tony has got plans for Johnny, and Hayley speaks her mind.
Kirsty Young's castaway is the artist and film-maker Steve McQueen.
6/8 This edition of the show features Paul Merton, Jonathan Ross, Liza Tarbuck, Alun Cochrane. (R)
From 'guerrilla gardener' Ron Finley to Soviet cooking, Dan Saladino reports from MAD 4.
National and international news with Edward Stourton.
Simon Armitage travels to the edge of the page in his exploration of marginalia. (R)
Eric Robson hosts the horticultural panel programme from Harrogate. (R)
Fi Glover with conversations that reveal the love shared by those facing serious illness.
Carlo Collodi's classic tale of a wooden puppet, dramatised by Linda Marshall Griffiths. (R)
Esther Freud talks about her new book, and Howard Jacobson on the book he'd never lend.
Roger McGough presents a mixed bag of listeners' poetry requests, from Bronte to Larkin.
Victims of sexual abuse at Knowl View school in Rochdale tell their side of the story. (R)
Caz Graham chooses her highlights from the previous seven days of BBC Radio.
It is Mungo's naming day.
3/3 The Garden Spider and the Great Pond Snail reveal the funny side of life in a garden pond.
3/3 A child taken to live with her grandparents struggles to make sense of the adult world.
Tim Harford on kidney donation, charity-giving, Huntrodds' Day, ants and tiny countries. (R)
Matthew Bannister on a detective, a film director, a banker, a poet and an architect. (R)
Pension grab from people made bankrupt, Scotland decided and code of practice not perfect. (R)
Jenny Agutter presents an appeal for Amref Health Africa. (R)
Peter Day travels to Myanmar to find out how the country is trying to emerge from its past (R)
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Anne McElvoy of the Economist analyses how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories
Nick Cave discusses his documentary 20,000 Days on Earth with Francine Stock. (R)
Mark Tully considers the practical implications of our relationship with machines. (R)
6/8 Prof Sugata Mitra explains why children need more freedom to teach one another. (R)
The bells of the Church of St John the Baptist, Burford, Oxfordshire. (R)
A short reflection and prayer with Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg.
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside. Presented by Charlotte Smith.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
David Attenborough presents the sociable weaver of the Kalahari Desert in Namibia.