The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Laurie Taylor discusses the family and why we should be sceptical about science.
The bells of St Mary's Church, Ilmington, Warwickshire.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
With Shaunaka Rishi Das, Director of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies.
Caz Graham hears Britain's seas will have a full planning system for the first time.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
The armed forces' new head, Gen David Richards, outlines his priorities.
Andrew Marr with Fintan O'Toole, Deborah Cadbury, Nick Boles and Steven Isserlis.
1/5 Philip Larkin arrives in Belfast to take up his new job as librarian at the University.
Presented by Jenni Murray. Over 50 and HIV+, sons in a war zone and running v walking.
6/10 A dramatisation of Lionel Shriver's unflinching new novel. How much money is a life worth?
Grayson Perry and his teddy Alan Measles tour Bavaria on a customised motorcycle.
5/6 The satirist dips into the private journals, as autumn brings gloom for Sylvia Plath.
Julian Worricker on how our attitude to energy has changed over the past 40 years.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
Russell Davies continues the hunt for the 58th Brain of Britain.
Jolene shares her concerns and Harry enters the Twilight Zone.
2/5 The PM has to fight it out with the Sheriff of Essex.
An acoustic journey by train across Mexico is recreated using archive recordings.
6/12 How the rural landscape came to be seen as a place of healing for First World War veterans
Can we afford new standards in public food? Simon Parkes finds out.
4/5 Simon Cox with the latest news from the world of technology.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
6/6 David Mitchell chairs. With Rhod Gilbert, Kevin Bridges, Tom Wrigglesworth and Lucy Porter
Helen experiences a new sensation and Tom's got his eye on profit margins.
Mark Lawson talks to PD James as her only work about a true crime is republished.
Winifred Robinson explores whether more people should get the sack.
With future defence under scrutiny Kenneth Payne asks: are we losing the will to wage war?
Indonesian disasters; The first electronics; Pollution from space travel.
National and international news and analysis.
6/10 Wen is desperate to get a new passport so he can leave the UK.
Sue Perkins explores the house of Dr Johnson, author of the great English dictionary.
Susan Hulme reports on events at Westminster.
Anna Hill hears how private business may cash in if the National Forests are sold off.
Tuesday 2 November 2010