The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/5 Janice is about to leave school and embark on her long-held dream of studying music.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
With the Reverend Nicholas Buxton.
iPM revisits the infamous 1986 broadcast of Midweek. With Eddie Mair and Jennifer Tracey.
News headlines, plus a look at the papers.
The latest weather forecast.
Richard Uridge explores the Pembrokeshire coast around Skomer island from the bottom up.
The UK harvest which doesn't produce food, but the seeds for the foods of the future.
Is the government going to backtrack on planning rules? Plus Madonna on her new film.
Richard Coles with soprano Susan Bullock; Inheritance Tracks from popstar Adam Ant.
Sandi Toksvig takes a bus trip from Brighton to Eastbourne.
1/4 Steve Punt turns gumshoe, investigating a case of murder by poisoned partridge in 1931.
Mary Ann Sieghart discovers if new government transparency is all that it claims to be.
Kate Adie is joined by correspondents taking a closer look behind the headlines.
Paul Lewis with the latest news from the world of personal finance.
6/6 Mark Steel interviews Barry Davies in Radio 4's tag-team interview show.
Martha Kearney presents a topical discussion of news and politics from Somerton, Somerset.
Listeners' responses to this week's Any Questions?
John Godber's play from 1983 is performed by its original cast - John and Jane Godber.
3/5 Exploring the impact of Arvo Pärt's Spiegel im Spiegel on listener's lives.
Eliza Manningham Buller, Sue Johnston, cuts to budgets for gifted and talented children.
With Carolyn Quinn. A fresh perspective on the day's news with sports headlines.
Clive Anderson talks to Tony Blackburn, Geordie Greig, Terry O'Neill and Sharon Horgan.
Edward Stourton profiles Vanessa Redgrave, political activist and award-winning actress.
A review of the week's cultural highlights with Tom Sutcliffe.
JFK aide Kenneth O'Donnell's daughter Helen presents her father's interview tapes.
2/3 Lord Rufford has kissed Arabella twice, but not enough to win him and his estate.
3/3 Charlie Wolf argues: The Geneva Convention should not apply to the war against terrorism.
Tom Sutcliffe chairs the game of lateral thinking and cryptic connections.
Roger McGough presents a weekly selection of favourite poetry requested by listeners.
2/3 Maybe life on the road during the book tour isn't everything it's cracked up to be. (R)
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of St Stephen in Brannel, Cornwall.
Sunday 4 September 2011