The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/5 Two clandestine networks form an unlikely alliance at the bar below the Ritz.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Prayer and reflection with Judy Merry.
Feeding millions of tomatoes on rainwater and mysteries of the bumblebee unravelled.
Debating migrant workers, the war on drugs, self harm and Syria.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss Ptolemy and ancient astronomy.
4/5 The Savoy's waiting staff must prove their allegiance to Britain or face detention.
The US band The Dum Dum Girls play live, does resolve weaken with age? Sinead Cusack.
4/5 Mia is called unexpectedly to the headmaster's office.
How local level campaigners against corruption in India face threats and violence.
Barbara Windsor tells the story of the popular variety act Wilson, Keppel and Betty.
How rail networks could deliver better value for money for commuters.
The latest weather forecast.
Martha Kearney with national and international news.
9/10 The impact of the electroencephalograph (EEG), which made brain waves visible.
Ruth makes her feelings known.
By Nancy Harris. Two strangers meet to carry out an unofficial sperm donation. (R)
Richard Uridge meets the 58 residents of Herm who all live and work for just one employer.
Matt Croucher presents the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of the charity War Memorials Trust.
Mariella Frostrup launches Open Book's celebration of funny books and funny writers.
Terence Davies on The Deep Blue Sea, and Daniel Henshall on murder Australian style.
Regulating geo-engineering, getting to Mars and a new island in the Atlantic.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news with Eddie Mair.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/4 Looking back at a week's worth of broadcasting... that never happened. By Jon Holmes.
Pat's thoughts are elsewhere.
The Killing returns for a second series; comedian Sean Hughes reflects on death.
Simon Cox tells the story behind the St Paul's protests and City of London Corporation.
Evan Davis asks his guests if now is the time for businesses to pursue big, bold ideas.
26/30 We report from Assisi in Italy where world religions have come together to save wildlife.
Robin Lustig with national and international news and analysis.
9/10 Dr Watson takes Holmes to Dr Silkin's House of Wonders in Jackdaw Lane.
2/4 Putting Britain to rights, Les on emergency yodellers and an embarrassing medical matter.
1/2 Matthew Sweet meets Michael Chaplin, who reveals new facts about his father Charlie. (R)
Charlotte Smith hears why three tonnes of carrots will be dumped on Trafalgar Square.
Friday 18 November 2011