The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Fleeing from Poland and Russia, Michele's grandparents arrived in Barrow-in-Furness.
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 Anna Magnusson.
Farmers are told they need to persuade the public to accept intensive farming.
With an eyewitness report from Homs and debating missing persons and Somalia's future.
Libby Purves joins Hans Klok, Adrian Jackson, Sabrina Jean, Mary M Talbot and Dave Kelly.
3/5 Holidays in France meant the Hanson family could indulge in continental glamour.
Can three minutes of vigorous exercise a week keep you healthy? Plus rapper Speech Debelle
3/5 Is saying no more dangerous than saying yes?
4/4 Jolyon Jenkins charts the rise of the 1970s kung fu craze in the wake of Enter the Dragon.
4/6 Sam and Peter visit Sam's wealthy aunt, who just happens to be writing her will.
Consumer affairs with Winifred Robinson - could you spot a fake coin?
The latest weather forecast.
Martha Kearney presents national and international news.
18/30 Clare Balding explores the role rugby has played in shaping Welsh national identity.
Tension mounts at the auction of promises.
3/4 It's 11 hours until the PM has to give his party conference speech, but it isn't written.
Vincent Duggleby and guests take your calls on general insurance.
Dr Mark Porter investigates a scheme to stop pregnant women from smoking.
Laurie talks to Stefan Collini about the point of universities.
John Witherow on Marie Colvin; The Sun on Sunday; Rowan Atkinson on discrimination laws.
Eddie Mair presents the day's top stories.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/4 Comedian Mark Thomas and his studio audience consider proposals for a People's Manifesto.
Jim conjures up some mathematical wizardry.
Mark Lawson interviews OIivia Colman; review of Woody Harrelson in Rampart; e-book charts.
Meritocracy, social engineering and university admissions. Chaired by Michael Buerk.
Robin Gorna fears the world is losing the political will to deal with the problem of AIDS.
Raw sewage regularly pours into the River Thames. Alice Roberts looks for an answer.
The death of Marie Colvin in Syria; Somalia's piracy problem; justice for Hosni Mubarak.
8/10 Nina remains alone in the dacha, while Sukhanov returns to Moscow, in a haunted dream.
1/6 Tim ruminates on the meaning of 'family' via his narrative poem The Godfather.
1/6 Nathan Caton struggles with his family who in turn struggle with his career in comedy.
Susan Hulme with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Get on my land! Charlotte Smith hears ideas to simplify rights of way in the countryside.
Thursday 23 February 2012