The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/5 Bernie Krause turns to the sounds and noises generated by modern human beings.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
A reading and a reflection to start the day from Wales, with Canon Patrick Thomas.
Falklands satire: A listener's collection of cartoons. John Craven reads Your News.
News headlines, plus a look at the papers.
The latest weather forecast.
Jules Hudson is in Berkshire looking at the effects of the drought.
The future of footpaths - Caz Graham walks through the issues over access to the country.
Debating Bahrain, the Met Police and solo dining in good restaurants.
Anita Anand with author Jeanette Winterson. Inheritance Tracks from pop star Howard Jones.
John McCarthy discusses wildlife travel with Mark Carwardine, James Perry and Andy Rouse.
Domestic dogs and leisure horses have never had it so good but why do we spend like we do?
Direct democracy - transforming or undermining our politics? David Grossman investigates.
The BBC's foreign correspondents take a closer look at the stories behind the headlines.
With Paul Lewis - the latest news from the world of personal finance.
1/9 A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents a discussion of news and politics from Sturminster Newton.
Listeners' responses to this week's Any Questions?
Edward discovers the family business he is inheriting has been defrauding its clients.
The real Mad Men. Can a feminist wear make up? And finding love if you have a disability.
The day's top news stories, with sports headlines.
Peter Curran is joined by Matt Lucas, Gilles Peterson, Paul Nicholas and Carol Morley.
Gerry Northam profiles Suzanne Collins, best-selling author of The Hunger Games.
Tom Sutcliffe and guests offer sharp, critical discussion of the week's cultural events.
The BBC's veteran Rome correspondent David Willey looks back at his 50-year career.
1/3 Revealing the strange, troubled man behind the hero of Agincourt.
Clive Anderson and guests discuss the controversial law of joint enterprise.
4/6 Three students from the University of Sussex take on their professors in the upbeat quiz.
1/4 Satirising politicians and patriotism is at the heart of a provocative poem by ee cummings
2/3 Alfred Molina performs Arthur Miller's 1960 'Monroe' story set on a beach at sundown. (R)
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The bells of Exeter Cathedral.
Sunday 8 April 2012