The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 By 1941 the Double Cross agents are drip-feeding false military information to the Germans
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A reading and a reflection to start the day, with Canon Patrick Thomas.
How a CCTV trial on fishing boats has drastically cut fish discards in the North Sea.
John Humphrys launches a year-long series of reports from Liberia.
Libby Purves meets theatre director Greg Doran and broadcaster Sir Trevor McDonald.
3/5 A new recruit, Lily Sergeyev, offers her services to the British Double Cross team.
Historian Bettany Hughes on women in religion and Kathleen Jamie on nature's inspiration.
3/5 Fleet Street, 1968: A gossip columnist has been invading some major celebrities' privacy.
Peter Snow looks again at the Titanic disaster via the pages of the London Evening News.
1/4 Day one on the colony and they've lost the food, the air, the commander and the mood music
Mary Portas' plans for the high street, and a guide to getting on with teenagers.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
3/5 Life aboard the ship: a world of deep-pile carpets, Turkish baths and crystal fountains.
Tom finds that there aren't enough hours in the day.
1/3 Shoreham discovers how quickly virtual world politics can spill out into the real world.
Vincent Duggleby and a panel of guests answer listeners' saving and investment queries.
Pain relief during heart attacks, treating appendicitis with drugs, GPs and fit notes.
Rubbish society: the social impact of waste.
Guido Fawkes aka Paul Staines responds to criticism for publishing 'Motorman' report.
Eddie Mair presents full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/6 King Russell de Brand pays a visit, and Sir John's dalliance gets dangerous. (R)
Amy is on a high, and will Ed stick his neck out?
Mark Lawson reports on how the life of Anne Frank has inspired a range of new writing.
Clive Anderson asks if planning laws fail to prevent unwanted and un-needed development.
Bobby Cummines, chief executive of UNLOCK, says ex-offenders need jobs to reduce crime.
Mining is set to return to Cornwall as tin and tungsten prices continue to rise.
Robin Lustig presents national and international news and analysis.
8/10 Mabel senses a growing relationship between Faina and Garrett, but Jack is unconvinced.
2/6 Nigel is charged with creating relaxing music for a pregnant ladies' music group.
2/6 Jimmy heads for his native Newcastle to restart his career as a stand-up comedian. (R)
4/6 School's out for Barack Obama, Frank McCourt and Emma Thompson. (R)
The British cows which never see the outdoors - Farming Today looks at zero-grazing.
Thursday 12 April 2012