The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Will Self reflects on the new landscape for the press.
3/5 Bart gives Cliff Richard his first number one and begins work on his masterpiece Oliver!
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Prayer and reflection with Bishop Steven Croft.
Winter On An Exmoor Farm. Part 4, Conservation in the Cornfields.
Guest edited by Sir Victor Blank, and examining leadership, communication and altruism.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the giant molecules that underpin all life.
4/5 Oliver! opens to great acclaim.
The year of the protestor; Elizabeth of York; Christie Watson; new year resolutions.
9/15 Back in Lincoln, Maud's American feminist friend Leonora Stern pays her a visit.
Retracing the route of Antarctic explorer Frank Wild, Shackleton's second-in-command.
Frances Fyfield explores the handwritten manuscript of Dickens' great political thriller.
Consumer news with Winifred Robinson. Why recessions are good for great innovation.
The latest weather forecast.
Shaun Ley presents national and international news.
4/5 Nina Myskow and children's author Judith Kerr on the meals that make a place home.
Will Lynda's show be all right on the night?
4/5 Charles Darnay is determined to travel to Paris to go to the aid of the family retainer.
The coastal communities of Moray Firth discuss the importance of preserving the gansey.
Maureen Lipman presents the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of the charity Carers UK.
Mariella Frostrup and her line-up of comedians and authors debate their funniest book.
Francine Stock and guests explore the enduring appeal of silent film.
Revealing the four finalists competing to become the BBC's Amateur Scientist of the Year.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news with Eddie Mair.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Simon Schama reflects on how the world - ten years on - remembered the events of 9/11.
5/6 The Questers are welcomed by the White Wizard, the nicest man in the whole of Lower Earth.
Neil loses his patience.
John Wilson talks to singers Tony Bennett, Johnny Mathis, Jack Jones, Bruce Forsyth.
With diplomatic relations at a new low, does Iran still have influence in the UK?
Peter Day looks at the boom in small-scale spirits companies.
What do a film star, a biologist and a journalist have in common? A mysterious finger.
With Felicity Evans. Egyptian security forces raid pro democracy organisations in Cairo.
9/10 Linda has to leave her beloved Fabrice in Paris and return to London.
4/4 By Lizzie Nunnery. Victoria can't sleep at night. Then bad dreams haunt her waking hours.
4/4 Paul Gambaccini tells the story of Keith Jarrett's 1975 live album The Cologne Concert. (R)
Winter on an Exmoor Farm. Part 5, Family and Future.
Friday 30 December 2011