The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/3 Nature takes her own stand against petty bureaucracy in this canny tale of revenge. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
The sound of church bells.
Author and commentator Eliane Glaser makes a progressive case for authority. (R)
The latest national and international news.
Mark Tully follows the paths we prefer to take instead of the routes laid out for us.
Sybil Ruscoe meets Pete Nosworthy, who runs a summer music festival on his cattle farm.
The latest weather forecast.
The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
The Greek Church and the bailout crisis, the Salvation Army at 150 and 7/7 Memories.
Lord Judge presents the Radio 4 Appeal for the Personal Support Unit.
From St Martin-in-the-Fields, marking the tenth anniversary of the London bombings.
Adam Gopnik's ten-year family reunion brings into focus the passage of time. (R)
Martin Hughes-Games presents the twite. (R)
Sunday morning magazine programme. Presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Pat and Tony have an announcement to make, and David takes to the airwaves.
Kirsty Young talks to former England cricketer Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff.
7/8 Paul Merton, Gyles Brandreth, Lucy Beaumont and Marcus Brigstocke join Nicholas Parsons. (R)
Lunch to lights out in the mother of Parliaments, an insider's view of Westminster's food.
Global news and analysis, presented by Mark Mardell.
1/2 Ten years ago, 30 East End kids helped London secure the Olympics - where are they now?
Eric Robson and the panel are at the Hampton Court Flower Show. (R)
The reflections of Channel Islanders, 70 years after their Liberation from Nazi Occupation
Fenella Woolgar is Queen Anne, the last Stuart monarch, in Mike Walker's epic chronicle.
Jon McGregor discusses his first novel If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things.
Peggy Reynolds delves into the world of Henry VIII's poetry.
Are taxpayers getting value from Britain's £12 billion foreign aid budget? (R)
6/8 Poet and playwright Glyn Maxwell responds to the crisis in Greece. With Sally Phillips. (R)
Sarfraz Manzoor chooses his BBC Radio highlights.
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Phoebe has no time for Kate.
It's Ashes time - again. Is Dave Podmore's reign as England's anti-hero finally over?
3/3 Reflective story by Dermot Bolger about a young man embarking on a life as a writer.
Should the BBC use the name Islamic State? And Marcus Brigstocke on future radio comedy. (R)
Matthew Bannister on a humanitarian, a singer, an artist, a writer and an aristocrat. (R)
New £1m IHT threshold, savings safety limit cut and ending tax credits for new claimants. (R)
Lord Judge presents the Radio 4 Appeal for the Personal Support Unit. (R)
Philosopher Samuel Scheffler, with Woody Allen's help, reveals our hidden motivating force (R)
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Kevin Maguire of the Mirror analyses how the papers are covering the biggest stories.
Composer Alan Silvestri on adding 15 minutes of music to the score of Back to the Future. (R)
Mark Tully follows the paths we prefer to take instead of the routes laid out for us. (R)
Laurie Taylor explores the role of pop music in enlivening mundane, assembly line work. (R)
The sound of church bells. (R)
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Leslie Griffiths.
The NFU condemns DEFRA's handling of its call to use pesticide-coated seeds in the UK.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Brett Westwood presents the story and sound of the serin. (R)