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1/5 Dr Helen Scales defines molluscs, one of the most ancient animal groups on the planet. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Andrew Graystone.
A Scottish fishing company loses £100,000 because of trouble in Calais. With Caz Graham.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the black-headed gull. (R)
Morning news. Includes Sports Desk, Weather, Thought for the Day.
Jim talks to internationally renowned professor of brewing and distilling Geoff Palmer.
Adrian Chiles talks to Kerstin Rodgers, aka Ms Marmite Lover, food writer and cook.
2/5 Helen Scales considers human use of shells - as fertility symbols, jewellery and currency.
Emma Barnett presents. Singer Songwriter Lianne La Havas talks about her new album Blood.
2/5 When Jake returns from a shoot in Africa, Mrs Armitage throws a party for his colleagues.
Brett Westwood explores how fragments from other worlds have influenced our lives.
3/4 Cerys Matthews pieces together her own Great Italian Songbook.
Barrister Harry Potter on whether we can believe our eyes.
Winifred Robinson asks: 'How has the Calais migrant crisis affected you?'.
The latest weather forecast.
Analysis of news and current affairs, presented by Mark Mardell.
2/5 'Frailty, thy name is woman!' What can Hamlet tell us about attitudes to women today?
Charlie needs to dig deeper. (R)
2/3 A rift at Shoe Lane causes prosecution to be pitted against defence.
Tom Holland and guests discuss Aethelwold, Edmund and Catholic martyrs.
3/4 Murray Lachlan Young and Marcus du Sautoy combine audio and ideas in unexpected ways.
1/3 A dream home or a jump into the unknown? Rosie Millard on the highs and lows of moving. (R)
1/9 Sir Ian McKellen chooses Edmund Hillary for Great Lives.
News interviews, context and analysis.
Police are investigating child sexual abuse claims made against the former Prime Minister
6/6 Miles Jupp hosts the panel show where it is not what, but who you know that matters.
Jill and Shula hatch a plan.
Former ballet star Li Cunxin discusses growing up during the Cultural Revolution.
2/5 When Jake returns from a shoot in Africa, Mrs Armitage throws a party for his colleagues. (R)
Juliet Gardiner compares experiments in communal living today with those after WWII.
Dr Maria Dawson on funding cuts for Uveitis treatment, and Diane Roworth's wheelchair saga
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There is far more to this simple children's game than meets the eye, says Jolyon Jenkins.
Jim talks to internationally renowned professor of brewing and distilling Geoff Palmer. (R)
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
7/10 Claude is broken-hearted, and Paul meets a figure from his past who offers fresh hope.
5/6 Brian Cox, Robin Ince and guests look at the science of speed. (R)
4/4 Jarvis Cocker invites listeners on a curb crawl around the seamy side of town. (R)
2/5 Helen Scales considers human use of shells - as fertility symbols, jewellery and currency. (R)
Caz Graham hears the latest on new protests by farmers against low lamb and milk prices.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the golden plover. (R)