The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Naomi Alderman reflects on the events of 9/11 ten years on.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
With the Rev Nicholas Buxton.
The dairy industry admits lameness and infertility are still serious problems in cows.
Including Sports Desk; Yesterday in Parliament; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Lively and diverse conversation with Libby Purves and guests including Nigel Havers.
3/5 Joseph O'Neill reflects on the implications of the mass coverage of the attack.
Urban foraging, free schools, music from Ayanna Witter-Johnson, cuts to school buses.
3/5 Carly is 23. She goes to her old school to visit her ex-headmistress Sarah.
Olivia O'Leary follows historian Theodore Zeldin in the quest to reform conversation.
3/8 Steve has ulterior motives when she makes an appointment with hairdresser Madame de Briac.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. Peat Extraction.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
Channel 5's Big Brother success, Channel 4's athletics coverage and the Leveson Inquiry.
Harry waits for news.
1/2 Young American Trudy's arrival in Herefordshire market town Kington causes quite a stir.
Vincent Duggleby and guests take your calls on pensions and annuities.
2/3 Why does a villa on the edge of a Spanish cliff intrigue Mr Satterthwaite so much?
3/5 We assume twins' lives will follow similar patterns, but what happens when one is gay?
Home Life 3: Laurie and sociologists visit a 'nuclear' family.
1/4 Should Matthew Sweet plug into a machine that grants a happy but illusory life?
Eddie Mair presents the day's top stories.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/6 A new handyman, a mysterious Frenchwoman and a dance competition put everyone in a whirl. (R)
Pip and Spencer enjoy a busman's holiday.
Mark Lawson talks to artist David Hockney; Mark Kermode explains what's wrong with movies.
Is the penal system broken and creating a criminal class?
Nature writer Jim Crumley asks if it is time to reintroduce wolves to the UK.
Tom Heap adds locusts to his grocery shopping list and asks if we should all eat bugs.
With Robin Lustig. National and international news and analysis.
3/10 Lilly Dunne, now 89, recalls how she fled the violence of her native Wicklow.
1/4 The peculiar ways in which we choose to celebrate special occasions.
5/6 Mordrin is convinced by Councillor Campbell to take part in a team-building exercise. (R)
David Cornock with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
The apple varieties being developed to keep up with the UK's growing thirst for cider.
Thursday 8 September 2011