The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Maziar is covering Iran's presidential elections, but he soon finds himself under arrest.
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 Bishop Martin Shaw.
How farmers can avoid the new Schmallenberg virus by changing when they lamb.
Debating Cable's leaked letter, dementia care, Super Tuesday results and the NME at 60.
Libby Purves is joined by singer David Essex and fashion designer Ozwald Boateng.
3/5 Journalist Maziar Bahari's account of his incarceration in Iran's most notorious prison.
Supermodel Agyness Deyn on her stage debut. Plus, has feminism left men behind?
3/5 Could splitting up be the best solution for Harry and Rose?
1/2 Giles Edwards follows the work of three of the government's trainee community organisers.
6/6 Penniless friends Sam and Peter bank on a huge lottery win.
Accidental landlords, breeding dogs, mobile homes, silver divorcees and DIY Tenants.
The latest weather forecast.
Martha Kearney presents the national and international news.
28/30 Clare Balding explores the demise of the amateurism in rugby union.
Brian comes face to face with the opposition.
2/4 Warwick's granddaughter's request to learn about her grandmother touches a nerve.
Paul Lewis and guests take calls on the financial implications of part-time working.
Dr Mark Porter tackles the confusion and prejudice around the skin condition vitiligo.
Why Nations Fail. Plus boxing, UK and US style.
Dame Elizabeth Filkin on press and police; John Birt on being DG; quotas for women on air.
Eddie Mair presents full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/4 Stephen K Amos and his comedian friends build an idiot's guide to dishonesty.
Alan throws down the gauntlet.
Mark Lawson talks to Andrew Lloyd Webber, as his musical Love Never Dies appears on DVD.
What moral authority do we have to tell Iran they can't develop nuclear weapons?
Linda Woodhead explores the emergence of new communities and social groups.
Young people are turning their back on the car. Tom Heap asks if it has a future.
Robin Lustig presents national and international news and analysis.
3/10 It maybe Christmas in Pepys Road, but it's not a festive time for everyone.
3/6 Tim Key takes a comic look at the concept of chance through the medium of his poetry.
3/6 Although he'd prefer to stick to comedy, Nathan is persuaded to work at his dad's company.
Alicia McCarthy with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Vets want clearer labelling on meat produced by halal and kosher slaughter.
Thursday 8 March 2012