The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 Philip Larkin arrives in Belfast to take up his new job as librarian at the University.
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.
Anna Hill hears how private business may cash in if the National Forests are sold off.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
Jonathan Freedland is in Washington DC to compare the mid-term elections of 2010 and 1982.
4/5 A series of personal reflections and reminiscences about the independence era in Africa.
2/5 Philip Larkin advises Monica on her conversational style and meets EM Forster.
With Jane Garvey. Including Maureen Lipman on her new collection of monologues.
7/10 A dramatisation of Lionel Shriver's unflinching new novel. How much money is a life worth?
27/40 Saving Species visits Islay in Scotland in the company of twenty five thousand geese.
Toby Jones marks the 50th anniversary of notorious British horror film 'Peeping Tom'.
Renting A Home - your experiences. Call You and Yours with Julian Worricker.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
Phill Jupitus asks if the modern drummer really is the joker of a band.
Helen experiences a new sensation and Tom's got his eye on profit margins.
A man arriving at the bedside of his unwell elderly mother can't sit with her. Why?
Mysterious froth; satellite watching; salty kingfishers.
1/3 Rory Kinnear reads Unwanted Presence by Lynda La Plante.
7/12 How gardens became more than just lawns and borders.
Joshua Rozenberg looks at the issue of military justice.
Former batsman Mike Brearley and sports journo Julie Welch discuss their favourite books.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
James Walton is joined by Mark Billingham and Francesca Simon.
Lilian keeps an eye on her investment and Ed is fuming.
Brett Anderson and Mat Osman from the re-formed band Suede; Let Me In reviewed.
How British Somalis are recruited to fight for the banned Islamist group, al-Shabaab.
In Touch investigates the state of the nation's pavements.
Claudia Hammond on the UK's first study from the Iraq war zone.
National and international news and analysis.
7/10 Wen gets a job tending to Miriam's garden but is still terrified of the Snakeheads.
2/6 A footballing scandal that, even after many years, those affected are reluctant to talk.
Sean Curran reports on events at Westminster.
Coverage of the US mid-term elections.
Haddock from sustainable stocks will now be clearly labelled.
Wednesday 3 November 2010