The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 London's well-heeled diners sample the delights of acorns, turnips and eels.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Prayer and reflection with Judy Merry.
Anna Hill finds out what Stilton Cheese and Native Shetland Wool now have in common.
Alan Johnson on border security, an Afghan woman's ordeal plus a scientific take on Turner
Jim al-Khalili talks to a scientist who grows human bones in a test tube, Molly Stevens.
Evan Davis talks to Penny, who for decades concealed her true self.
2/5 As the bombs rain down, a group of East Enders storm the Savoy in demand of shelter.
Diane Keaton; fathers and maternity care; Alison Teale performs live; HPV vaccine & boys.
2/5 Moving, funny and truthful story about how love really can be stronger than death.
26/30 We report from Assisi in Italy where world religions have come together to save wildlife.
1/4 Ken Clarke and Ian Smith examine the life and music of hard-bop trumpeter Lee Morgan.
On Call You and Yours with Julian Worricker today - the price of fuel. How can we adapt?
The latest weather forecast.
With Martha Kearney. National and international news.
7/10 Dr Geoff Bunn on the synapse and the part Freud almost played in the history of the brain.
Caroline gives Lynda food for thought.
By Dave Sheasby. Three Second World War veterans return to Normandy on a coach trip. (R)
Tom Holland presents the programme that reflects listeners' passion for the past.
Stuart Heritage, Dee Caffari and Neil McCormick discuss heart, courage and brains.
1/3 Will the ability to scan brains transform ideas of criminality, memory and justice?
Nerina Pallot and Peter Molyneux join Harriett Gilbert to discuss their favourite books.
Eddie Mair presents the day's top stories.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/4 Is the wheelchair a symbol of equal access? Do we see beyond a person's disability?
David receives an unexpected invitation.
Terence Conran at 80; news of the shortlists for the Costa Book Awards.
Ann Alexander investigates whether families are getting justice in the coroner's court.
Why not all special schools are in trouble and a gig in the dark with Amadou and Mariam.
One of the world's most influential psychologists, Nobel laureate Daniel Kahneman.
With Robin Lustig. National and international news and analysis.
7/10 To Watson's horror, Sherlock Holmes has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
4/4 Two horses divided by war, united by love. Comedy starring Stephen Fry and Daniel Rigby.
4/4 A tight-fisted farmer's thrifty ways are questioned when his mother's friend returns home. (R)
Sean Curran with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Anna Hill hears how washing your veg could protect you from E. coli.
Wednesday 16 November 2011