The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Citrus and Sicily: How the Mafia had its origins in the lemon groves of the Conca d'Oro. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
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News from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with the Most Rev George Stack.
Small-scale farmers demand a greater share of subsidy payments. With Anna Hill.
Kate Humble presents the capercaillie.
Morning news. Includes Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Libby Purves meets Baroness Jean Trumpington and science writer David Adam.
3/5 The extraordinary story of the Lake Garda lemon - prized for its bitterness.
Victoria Coren Mitchell on her poker wins and Juliette Binoche on her new film.
3/5 Rebecca and Jeremy Front introduce us to singing legend Rita Rayner.
Jane Garvey's world of knitting - full of rebels, musicians, jailbirds and reality TV.
4/6 Flushed with her recent success, Ginny holds a literary salon at Vera's castle.
An advert for a family holiday that can only be taken during term time is banned.
The desperate measures some are taking to get themselves a home in the capital.
National and international news with Martha Kearney.
Martin Sixsmith examines Sigmund Freud's legacy.
Tom and Tony have heart to heart. (R)
A comedy by David Nobbs. A rock star bursts into the life of two women retired teachers.
Paul Lewis and guests answer your welfare benefit questions.
Dr Mark Porter on how Baclofen stopped a listener drinking 6-8 bottles of wine a day. (R)
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Laurie Taylor looks at academic research shortlisted for our new annual ethnography award.
Steve Hewlett discusses media news, including coverage of the of Cambridges' day off.
Coverage and analysis of the day's news, presented by Eddie Mair.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/4 Susan asks if you can really describe a person by simply stating their genetic code.
Last minute trouble shooting for Alice.
John Wilson talks to musician Damon Albarn about Everyday Robots, his first solo album.
3/5 Rebecca and Jeremy Front introduce us to singing legend Rita Rayner. (R)
4/4 Claire Bolderson explores the Japanese time-banking system of fureai kippu.
Benet Brandreth criticises the bankruptcy of current political discourse.
How would an independent Scotland power itself? Tom Heap investigates. (R)
Libby Purves meets Baroness Jean Trumpington and science writer David Adam. (R)
Obama backs Japan in China dispute, Shakespeare at 450, and Brazil riots.
8/10 Ruth relates the events that led to a devastating family tragedy.
4/4 Astronomical Errors: A look at how mistakes have shaped the history of rocket science.
4/5 Patrick Marber and Peter Curran lie in the darkness, sharing a bunk bed and wondering.
3/4 Alan hears from a nurse awaiting injured troops, and an Icelander finds paradise in a pool (R)
3/5 The extraordinary story of the Lake Garda lemon - prized for its bitterness. (R)
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside. Presented by Charlotte Smith.
Kate Humble presents the ruddy duck.