The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/3 Written and read by Helen Dunmore. Marion has a long-haul flight ahead. And airline food. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Church bells from St Mary's, Lamberhurst in Kent.
We profile Emma Walmsley, set to become Britain's most powerful business woman. (R)
The latest national and international news.
Writer and priest Malcolm Doney cooks up a storm as he explores our relationship with food
What happens when 42 people farm a single field? Paul Murphy finds out.
The latest weather forecast.
The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme, presented by William Crawley.
Sybil Ruscoe makes an appeal on behalf of Signal.
Live from St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral, Glasgow, with the Very Rev Kelvin Holdsworth.
John Gray assesses what lies behind the Trump phenomenon. (R)
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents the grey plover. (R)
Jonny Dymond looks at what's next for the Labour Party plus a review of the Sunday papers.
Joe celebrates his 95th birthday, and Usha calls on Alan's support.
Joyce DiDonato is interviewed by Kirsty Young for Desert Island Discs.
7/8 Nicholas Parsons hosts the popular panel game. (R)
Dan Saladino updates how Syrians are managing to eat amidst ongoing conflict.
Global news and analysis.
Mishal Husain introduces dispatches on Southern trains, Aberfan, Royston Cave and Dovecot.
Eric Robson and the panel visit the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum near Belfast. (R)
Conversations between male friends about similarities and differences.
Will Howard is the young Peter the Great in Mike Walker's epic chronicle of the Tsars.
Sarah Hall and Peter Hobbs on their new collection of short stories Sex and Death.
Poems old and new are read by actors and poets to mark the equinox and the new season.
Are allegations of sex crimes made by elderly victims being ignored? (R)
Listen live (BBC Radio 4 homepage)
The best of BBC Radio this week.
Tony stands guard.
3/4 Thom Tuck presents sketch groups McNeill & Pamphilon, Barbershopera and Wittank. (R)
By MJ Hyland. Mick escapes from his marriage and lack of a job.
Roger Bolton hears views on the Waterside Ape and discusses Radio 1's phone-first strategy (R)
Matthew Bannister on a playwright, a physicist, a health administrator and a zoologist. (R)
Looking at a sugar tax, a bank fraud super-complaint, and energy suppliers. (R)
Sybil Ruscoe makes an appeal on behalf of Signal. (R)
How has London's French business community fared since Brexit? (R)
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
A soundtrack special with composer David Arnold's notes on Independence Day. (R)
Writer and priest Malcolm Doney cooks up a storm as he explores our relationship with food (R)
Shyness: a cultural history. Also, the relationship between names and identity. (R)
Church bells from St Mary's, Lamberhurst in Kent. (R)
A short reflection and prayer with Canon Noel Battye.
Charlotte Smith discovers how different farm livestock are bred commercially in the UK.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the barnacle goose. (R)