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2/5 The links between the proof of a pudding, sausage-shaped poison and feisty heroines.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Prayer and reflection with Bishop Dr Joe Aldred.
The Red Tractor label's turkey standards are criticised by animal welfare campaigners.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
Lively and diverse conversation with Libby Purves and guests including Martha Fiennes.
3/5 The Etymologicon takes a festive turn with the origins of turkey, punch and champagne.
Celebrating, informing and entertaining women. Presented by Jenni Murray.
3/15 Roland and Maud are in the house where Christabel LaMotte spent the last years of her life
3/3 Jeremy Bowen hears from people who have witnessed the repression in Syria.
This is an ode to radio, rare records and anyone who has sought solace in the wireless.
Pester power, battery cage hens, petrol theft, car sounds, Co-op energy.
The latest weather forecast.
Shaun Ley presents national and international news.
13/15 In the 1930s, the GPO was a model employer, offering staff a secure career path.
Jazzer is in a bolshie mood.
1/2 Simon comes to London and gets caught up in wicked Hanoverian plots to overthrow the King. (R)
Paul Lewis and a panel of guests take calls on paying for long-term care.
The results from a scientific study of UK stress levels: how stressed are we as a nation?
The rise and fall of the Anti Psychiatry movement. Also, the cultural prominence of Freud.
How tabloid culture has changed since the announcement of the Leveson Inquiry.
Eddie Mair presents the day's top stories.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/6 Victoria Coren Mitchell gets Germaine Greer, Phil Hammond and Rufus Hound to commit heresy
Lower Loxley gears up for a new arrival.
Paul Merton on the Artist; Adele's producer Paul Epworth; new neon artwork for Salford.
2/4 Mariella Frostrup and guests on talking to children about sex.
James Lange argues that YouTube videos can be a vital tool for sociology - and science.
What should be in a Hippocratic Oath for scientists?
Robin Lustig presents national and international news and analysis.
3/10 Aunt Sadie needs to find some young men to invite to Louisa's ball.
2/4 Someone has been kidnapped... Yikes! Nick tackles the hostage negotiations.
Sean Curran presents the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Caz Graham hears from a farmer who thinks the rules on selling raw milk are out of date.
Thursday 22 December 2011