The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/5 Summoning Colin to her bedside at 1.30am, Marilyn reveals some of her darkest fears.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Prayer and reflection with Ibrahim Mogra.
Sheepdogs from Down Under and generating energy from plants. With Charlotte Smith.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Weather, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
Actor Robert Hardy is interviewed by Kirsty Young for Desert Island Discs.
5/5 After a tragic event, Colin realises that his friendship with Marilyn Monroe must end.
Can restorative justice in schools help expel bad behaviour from the classroom?
5/5 Richard Fallon MP is becoming invisible. Or at least that's what he feels.
Chemist Andrea Sella investigates things that go flash in the dark.
4/4 Anthony's 'sensitive' goddaughter Libby comes to stay, and Damien is asked to make a pilot
Sheila Dillon with the stories of this year's BBC Food and Farming Awards finalists.
The latest weather forecast.
With Shaun Ley. National and international news.
5/5 How a Cambridge-based company designs 85% of the silicon chips inside all mobile phones.
Susan has her hands full.
Debbie Oates' drama about a girl who hears voices, with original music by Carol Donaldson. (R)
Chris Beardshaw, Anne Swithinbank and guest Toby Buckalnd join Othery Gardening Club.
Daniel Taylor throws a ball into the air, with unexpected results. By Mick Jackson.
Matthew Bannister on Basil D'Oliveira, Shelagh Delaney, Sir David Jack, Peter Reading.
Roger goes behind the scenes at the Asian Network and puzzles over the DQF jargon.
Eddie Mair brings you the top stories of the day.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/6 Topical comedy with Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis.
Helen is worried about her mother.
Shakespeare Folio Thefts; Desperate Scousewives reviewed.
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a live topical discussion at the BBC Radio Theatre, London.
Mary Beard reflects on the purpose of the much-maligned 'Oxbridge interview'.
Eco-terrorists plot the humiliation of a major oil company in this hand-held horror. (R)
Vast crowds fill Cairo's Tahrir Square demanding change.
5/5 Upstairs, two boys asleep in bed; downstairs, a man and his TV versus a woman and her cat.
Rachel Johnson and Martin Kelner discuss their favourite books with Harriett Gilbert.
Mark D'Arcy with his weekly round up of events in parliamentar.
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
Presented from Edinburgh by Alison Twaddle.
'Green Grows My Peston, Oh!' Ramblin' Syd Rumpo puts listeners' new swearwords to music.
Saturday 26 November 2011