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Ricky Ross looks at the life and work of the Scottish comedian and actor Will Fyffe.
5/5 Despite his success, 50-year-old Larkin wonders if he has achieved all he could.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
With Shaunaka Rishi Das, Director of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies.
"On tour we never have time to grieve." An army chaplain on Afghanistan and remembrance.
News headlines, plus a look at the papers.
The latest weather forecast.
Owen Sheers explores Wales' secret military history from World War II.
News and issues in rural Britain with Charlotte Smith.
Including Sports Desk, Weather, Thought for the Day; Yesterday in Parliament.
Repeat. Real life stories presented by Richard Coles. (R)
Sandi Toksvig takes the 49 bus from Swindon to Devizes.
Comedian Ross Noble revisits the Goodies world of rampaging Dougals and funky gibbons.
Peter Riddell looks behind the scenes at Westminster.
Christopher Landau explores the explosive growth of Christianity in China. (R)
News and advice on safeguarding and improving your personal finances.
7/8 A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
Sarah Dunant sees the balance between past and present epitomised at Kensington Palace.
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the topical discussion from St Bryce Kirk in Kirkcaldy, Fife.
Jonathan Dimbleby takes listeners' responses to this week's Any Questions?
Play about the tense negotiation following the 2010 General Election.
Phill Jupitus asks if the modern drummer really is the joker of a band.
Presented by Jane Garvey. Maureen Lipman on the art of delivering a monologue.
5/6 Rebecca Front, novelist Robert Hudson and James Brown bring their music to the group.
Evan Davis and guests discuss upstart companies versus incumbents, and company names.
5/6 Piers Morgan discovers that his father is one of three reality show judges. (R)
Clive Anderson is joined by Willy Russell, Ruth Goodman and Sandie Shaw.
2/8 Poets Jo Shapcott and Paul Farley respond to a week of bombs, blasts and bonfires.
Tom Sutcliffe and guests review the cultural highlights of the week.
Iain Sinclair finds out why the weather forecast has always been a national obsession.
1/2 Teenage Sita sees a beautiful stranger in the street. She must marry him or she'll die.
2/5 A series of personal reflections and reminiscences about the independence era in Africa. (R)
Terrorism, civil liberties and the climate of fear, chaired by Michael Buerk.
Russell Davies continues the hunt for the 58th Brain of Britain.
Poet and broadcaster Paul Farley's re-envisages Michael Drayton's Poly-Olbion.
Grayson Perry and his teddy Alan Measles tour Bavaria on a customised motorcycle. (R)
2/3 By Malachi Whitaker. Betty finds it hard to come to terms with Ben's retirement. (R)
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of the Parish Church of St Peter, Tiverton, Devon.
Alcoholics Anonymous calls it "the Bible" : literary critic John Sutherland delves deeper.
Sunday 7 November 2010