The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/5 A new recruit, Lily Sergeyev, offers her services to the British Double Cross team.
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.
The British cows which never see the outdoors - Farming Today looks at zero-grazing.
The latest on the Syrian ceasefire, plus tax relief and William Boyd on his new Bond novel
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the emergence of geology as a scientific discipline.
4/5 The alarm is raised when a high-profile German businessman with ties to MI5 is arrested.
Would you let the contents of your handbag feature in an exhibition?
4/5 Fleet Street, 1968: A gossip columnist has been invading some major celebrities' privacy.
Natalia Antelava uncovers evidence of the involuntary sterilisation of women in Uzbekistan
John Harris investigates the current state of contemporary British protest music.
Mobile home owners' victory, B&Q's peat problem, and how fully comp is fully comp abroad.
The latest weather forecast.
Martha Kearney presents national and international news.
4/5 Focusing on the sinking of the Titanic. A tale of class division, heroism and horror.
Amy is on a high, and will Ed stick his neck out?
Fearing further threats following the Gunpowder Plot, King James departs to Scotland.
Helen Mark retraces the journey of Watership Down 40 years on.
John Bishop presents an appeal on behalf of the charity Y Care International.
Ronald Harwood talks through his five-of-the-best books with Mariella Frostrup.
Actor Michael Sheen takes Matthew Sweet on a tour of his home town, Port Talbot in Wales.
Undersea earthquakes, Titanic telecommunications, and do people sound how they look?
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/4 Comedian Alex Horne and his five-piece jazz band are joined by guest Nick Helm.
Mike is determined to receive his dues.
John Wilson talks to Dara O Briain and Whit Stillman and reviews Butch Cassidy's comeback.
The Report investigates England's worst drought in over 30 years.
Peter Day finds out how French business is faring during the euro crisis.
2/8 Brett Westwood finds out why conservationists are dropping logs in rivers and streams.
The day's news with Robin Lustig, including the latest on the Syrian ceasefire.
9/10 Jack sees how much Faina loves Garrett and wants to help them start a new life together.
2/4 Jarvis eavesdrops on an all-night poker game and an alcohol-fuelled badger watch.
5/6 The satirist dips into the private journals, as autumn brings gloom for Sylvia Plath. (R)
Shoppers could see cut price pints as extra milk hits the global dairy market this year.
Friday 13 April 2012