The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Walsingham is now focused on the marriage of Queen Elizabeth I.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Prayer and reflection with the Rev Dr Karen Smith.
British pig farmers say the price of pork needs to rise.
With Evan Davis and James Naughtie. Including Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
This week Libby Purves is joined by guests including gospel singer Muyiwa.
3/5 Walsingham is dealing with a mass of intelligence from his network of spies.
Closure of the cold case archive; gastric bands in the under 25s; women and parking.
3/5 As Edie's first night approaches she finds there are distractions at home.
Yasmeen Khan reports on the Turkish community in the United Kingdom.
6/8 Temple and Sir Graham go looking for the gang's hideaway - and fall into a deadly trap.
Are unpaid work trials and zero hours contracts fair? Winifred Robinson finds out.
The latest weather forecast.
With Martha Kearney. National and international news.
The Independent's editor Chris Blackhurst, and changes to Facebook.
Clarrie begs a favour.
Ian Rowlands' play charts the collapse of a relationship, from loving to loathing.
Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer calls on tax and self assessment.
2/3 Story by Oliver Emanuel. A broken heart is healed by the redemptive power of birdsong.
3/5 A polar bear teaches wildlife cameraman John Aitchison the real meaning of patience.
UK income mobility as a multi-storey building? Also, New York tour guides.
As antibiotic resistance increases, Dr Stuart Flanagan investigates what the future holds. (R)
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/6 Cue the electric lute for Sir John's fundraising rock festival at Woodstock Castle. (R)
Peggy is determined to make her point.
Mark Lawson reviews the new Lars von Trier film Melancholia, and meets writer Lee Child.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Matthew Goodwin argues the well of potential support for the far right in Britain is deep.
Will Yemen be the first nation to run out of water? Leana Hosea reports from Sana'a.
With Robin Lustig. National and international news and analysis.
3/10 Faced with a bombing raid to Bologna, Yossarian decides to take direct action.
4/4 Exploring how to go about the various journeys taken in everyday life.
2/6 Nigel tries to up the rate he charges his students. (R)
1/3 By Melissa Murray. Sad Steph rings her dead brother-in-law's mobile. Then he rings back. (R)
Charlotte Smith hears about plans for the Yorkshire Dales National Park to be extended.
Thursday 29 September 2011