The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 About to start secondary school, young Janice is struggling with her turbulent home life.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Short reflection and prayer with Glenn Jordan.
Anna Hill hears how demand for venison could lead to 500 more deer farms in the UK.
Investigating a mass grave in Libya, plus home ownership and English history.
Part of the Secret Britain series. Peter Taylor meets people who have kept state secrets.
5/5 Peter Curran meets the scientists who are drawn to study volcanoes.
2/5 Secondary school opens up new worlds for Janice Galloway in this extract from her memoir.
Discussing swimming with killer whales, women in Somalia and stay-at-home dads.
2/5 A curious friendship has grown up between journalist Bee Rowlatt and May Witwit.
15/30 Saving Species reports from the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem on the conservation of swifts.
1/2 How science fiction has been used to examine relationships between the sexes.
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2/5 Sheila Dillon returns to Hoghton, 25 years on.
The latest weather forecast.
With Martha Kearney. National and international news.
3/5 Exploring the impact of Arvo Pärt's Spiegel im Spiegel on listener's lives.
James and Leonie make some enemies. Meanwhile there are vandals at work in Ambridge.
2/3 By Rachel Joyce. If Joe doesn't find the exclusive to story his editor, he'll lose his job (R)
Helen Castor hosts Radio 4's popular history magazine.
1/3 Pat has secret information about a film script idea. Can he make some dollars out of it?
2/5 Spain's economic crisis has pushed record numbers to default on their mortgages.
What kind of English is being used among non-native speakers?
5/9 Poetry curator Daisy Goodwin nominates the Bard himself, William Shakespeare.
Eddie Mair presents the day's top stories.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/6 Sanjay finds a girlfriend and embraces the arts, much to Ramesh and Dave's amusement. (R)
There's a nightmare in store for Nic, and Jazzer shares his woes.
Dame Judi Dench talks to Mark Lawson.
Stephen Evans examines how soldiers are taught to kill and asks what it does to them.
The services offered to visually impaired Britons who come from an Asian background.
Can an adult's health - programmed in early life - be passed on to their children?
National and international news and analysis.
7/10 Changez's sense of alienation increases.
1/6 Hell faces confusion when a dog turns up, as animals are not evil... except dolphins. (R)
Broadcaster Ian McMillan pays tribute to television's longest-running sitcom. (R)
In the future cars could run on a new biofuel made from straw and other farming waste.
Wednesday 31 August 2011