The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/3 Julia rediscovers a letter her father wrote to her before his death and is comforted. (R)
5/5 The flop of Twang! leaves Bart's reputation in tatters.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
Radio 4's daily prayer and reflection with the Very Rev Kelvin Holdsworth.
Featuring Gareth Malone and the New Year Honour nominees.
News headlines, plus a look at the papers.
The latest weather forecast.
The coastal communities of Moray Firth discuss the importance of preserving the gansey.
Sarah Swadling finds out about life on an Exmoor farm in the depths of winter.
Guest editor Stewart Lee investigates myths, music, super-size comedy and Mark E Smith.
Anita Anand with social entrepreneur Paul Twivy; singer Cyndi Lauper's Inheritance Tracks.
John McCarthy looks at the traditional attractions of England and how they are changing.
John Sergeant invites his guests to a musical celebration of the ancient art of toasting.
Anne McElvoy asks if politicians use memoirs and diaries to control our view of the past.
Kate Adie looks back at the revolution that swept Colonel Gaddafi from power in Libya.
2/8 Sandi Toksvig attempts to recover the stolen Pips from the mysterious Radio 4 Island.
Lisa Jardine reflects on the historic power of royal glamour in times of austerity.
The BBC's leading foreign correspondents predict what is likely to be in the news in 2012.
4/4 Steve Punt searches for the site of the epic Battle of Watling Street. (R)
A man is given a £1m bank note and must try to survive a month without spending a penny.
Alexei Sayle explores the Beatles festive fan club recordings and Christmas concerts.
Jane Garvey celebrates remarkable women from 2011, including Burma's Aung San Suu Kyi.
Carolyn Quinn presents a fresh perspective on the day's news with sports headlines.
Clive Anderson and guests bid farewell to 2011 from the Radio Theatre, London.
Rory Cellan-Jones profiles Moshi Monsters founder Michael Acton Smith.
Martha Kearney chooses her favourite audio moments from BBC Radio in 2011.
Kevin Maguire chairs a What the Papers Say review of 2011, with hackgate and beyond.
A Scot, invalided in 1918, writes a book about the eccentricities of the English.
3/4 Mariella and guests on what we buy our kids and who is choosing.
Chaired by Russell Davies. With contestants from South Wales, London and the Home Counties
Kenneth Steven explores Robert Frost's iconic poem Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening. (R)
Pete Paphides tells the story of the M1's 1960s music meeting place - Blue Boar services. (R)
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of St Petroc, South Brent, Devon.
Sunday 1 January 2012