The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 Jane Shilling's memoir takes a personal and reflective view of life from the mid point.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Daily prayer and reflection presented by the Rev Johnston McKay.
A warning rural petrol stations could disappear by the end of the decade.
Including Sports Desk, Weather, Thought for the Day, Yesterday in Parliament.
1/2 Hollywood versus the rest of the world: why America won the movie wars.
2/4 John Wilson reunites composer Rachel Portman with her music teacher and old school.
2/5 Jane Shilling's memoir takes a personal and reflective view of life from the mid point.
Presented by Jane Garvey. Including singer Barbara Dickson on her new album and tour.
2/5 June and Jeanette try and find out what new friend Isobel is keeping from them.
38/40 Saving Species reports from Australia on how tourists are helping to save whales.
Artist filmmaker, Isaac Julien charts the rise of artists working in the shadow of cinema.
Consumer news with Julian Worricker. We take a look at the rising price of foodstuffs.
4/14 Tales from cinemas across the world. Matthew Sweet visits the last cinema in Kashmir.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
1/3 Frances Fyfield returns with her forensic exploration of great classical music manuscripts
Jill is getting anxious.
By Bettina Gracias. The story of a young Pakistani boy who was forced into bonded labour. (R)
Are marine creatures under threat from noisy wind turbines?
1/3 Joe Bloggs is dead, but who knew him best: his first love, his wife or his lawyer? (R)
2/10 David Thomson explores the power of cinema. What is the special power of music and sound?
Michael Rosen explores the world of language and communication.
7/9 Iraqi-born physicist Jim al-Khalili on the life of Gertrude Bell. Matthew Parris chairs.
5/14 Tales from cinemas across the world. Matthew Sweet visits the Mario Video Centre in Ghana.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/6 Adam and Rudy fill the gap left by Richie at university with Salsa classes.
The pressure mounts at Lower Loxley.
Mark Lawson explores Art you can touch, selects new crime fiction and reviews Black Swan.
Is the government making it almost impossible to sue a drug company?
Peter White talks to Tony Giles and Kirsten Hearn about travelling solo as a blind person.
Dr Mark Porter on the 'hidden' epidemic of hepatitis C and the latest treatments for it.
National and international news and analysis.
2/5 Julian Barnes reads the second part of 'Complicity'.
3/4 Mr Gee is joined by composer and pianist Tim Rice-Oxley from the pop band Keane.
Sean Curran with all the news from Westminster.
Objections to plans for the country's biggest dairy due to risk of water contamination.
Wednesday 19 January 2011