The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 A portrait of the author Angela Carter via a series of postcards she sent to a friend.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Leslie Griffiths.
Cows at risk - a new disease spreads to UK cattle.
RBS boss Stephen Hester, debating the Falklands, elderly care, and Qatari comedy.
Libby Purves is joined by actor Katherine Kelly and broadcaster Clare Balding.
3/5 A portrait of the author Angela Carter via a series of postcards she sent to a friend.
A special programme with the female entrepreneurs we've been following and their mentors.
3/5 Dickens spends an evening on a tour of duty in London's East End with Inspector Field.
2/4 Chris Ledgard tells the story of the air show disaster at Ramstein, Germany, in 1988.
2/6 With the two chums having lost their pensions, Sam balks at Peter's survival measures.
Featuring social care, faceless hotels, online ads, smarter working, and small investors.
The latest weather forecast.
Shaun Ley presents national and international news.
8/30 Clare reveals that sport was the glue that helped keep the British Empire together.
Alan is master of ceremonies.
Stephen Wyatt's play explores why Cardinal Newman and another priest were buried together. (R)
Vincent Duggleby and guests take calls on energy and energy saving.
Including the protocols for visitors to hospitals and a new treatment for tennis elbow.
Obesity Clinics and the 'cruel optimism' that still promises the good life.
The future of Facebook. BBC reporting of Scotland referendum. Phone-hacking settlements.
Eddie Mair presents full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/4 Mark addresses tax avoidance, quantitative easing and voting reform.
Tom reacts badly.
Mark Lawson reports on Lucian Freud's portraits and meets director Stephen Daldry.
Does our monarchy still have a moral force in modern day Britain? Chaired by Michael Buerk
Economist Gordon Bridger says we should change the way in which we spend overseas aid.
Can we adapt disease-carrying insects to become friends not foes? Alice Roberts reports.
Robin Lustig presents national and international news and analysis.
8/10 A wine-fuelled restoration project ends in further chaos, then the angry cleaner returns.
5/6 Country music legend Tina C visits China on her tour to solve global recession.
2/4 In the conventional world, Andrew Lawrence explores the strange things we do for fun. (R)
Susan Hulme with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
You're Hired - farming apprenticeships are booming.
Thursday 9 February 2012