The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/5 Elizabeth Taylor unnerves James Dean. Read by Eleanor Bron and Tom Hollander.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Prayer and reflection with the Rev Dr Janet Wootton.
Charlotte Smith hears how consumer power can boost the British food industry.
With John Humphrys and James Naughtie. Including Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Japanese belief system of Shinto.
4/5 Historical encounters: Paul McCartney is congratulated by Noel Coward.
Harris Tweed, sickle cell and maternal health, Allison Pearson on having it all.
4/5 In a German field hospital, a young man struggles to make sense of the war.
Foreign correspondents present despatches from across the world.
1/3 How Clapham Junction inspired one of Britain's most celebrated songwriters.
Soil Association, Earl Grey, Council Assets and lending to small businesses.
The latest weather forecast.
With Shaun Ley. National and international news.
Miranda Krestovnikoff discovers ways that scientists could use to halt sea level rise.
Tom has a trick up his sleeve.
4/5 Novikov, a tank commander, prepares his troops for Operation Uranus, a critical campaign.
1/6 Clare Balding joins folk singer and avid walker John Jones in the Chiltern Hills.
Monty Don presents the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of the charity Eden Project.
3/3 By Nikesh Shukla. Moving story about coping with grief in the age of social media.
4/5 Gavin and Stacey star Melanie Walters revisits her paper round route with Bob Kingdom.
Mariella Frostrup celebrates books, authors and the world of the written word.
Ehsan Masood on biodiversity, slippery surfaces, drugs from ladybirds and fire.
Eddie Mair presents the day's top stories.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/6 Rufus Hound invites Arabella Weir to revisit her days of drinking and calorie-counting.
Nic's hopes are dashed.
Mike Leigh's new play at the National Theatre, and A S Byatt on Norse gods.
The Forced Marriage Unit says 350 young people could be missing as the school year starts.
Evan Davis and his guests discuss the global economy and the role of rumours business.
18/30 Saving Species reports from the North Slope of Alaska to find the Spectacled Eider duck.
With Robin Lustig. National and international news and analysis.
4/5 Teenager Arthur Haggerston discovers his Uncle George is corrupt.
2/4 Anthropologist Andrew Merron introduces two Jacobite soldiers from 1745 to therapy.
4/5 Jon Ronson asks if we are more ourselves or less ourselves when we are alone. (R)
Farmers say a ban on feeding pigs to chickens and vice versa should be lifted.
Friday 23 September 2011