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1/5 Bellicose rumbles are denied.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Monsignor Tony Rogers.
Each day millions of litres of water are being pumped into rivers to save wildlife.
Debating fracking, drugs in prison, the Bahrain F1, and the final days of Philip Gould.
3/3 Questioning the morality of paying people to lose weight, quit smoking or abandon alcohol.
2/5 A death in one of Logavina Street's families.
Historian Mary Beard. Plus, is 'Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway' a feminist classic?
2/5 Katie starts work on the Burnsides order, while Terry starts her rehabilitation.
3/8 Brett Westwood discovers how the fortunes of Britain's lampreys could be improving.
The intriguing tale of Alexey Arhipovskiy and his new balalaika sound.
Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker. Can horse racing be made safer?
The latest weather forecast.
Abu Qatada, conservatory tax, Neil Heywood and Anders Breivik. Presented by Martha Kearney
2/20 The Stratford Chalice sheds light on religious changes in the aftermath of the Reformation
Usha is keen to engineer a meeting.
The ambitious story of John DeLorean's gull-winged sports car built in Belfast. (R)
Helen Castor with more of your stories that are changing the way we see the past.
Is the UK ready for a new season of wildfires? Tom Heap investigates.
Chris Ledgard examines how trademark law can control the language of the Olympic games.
3/8 Erin Pizzey chooses the American poet and writer Gertrude Stein.
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3/6 Ed is commissioned to write a tribute for Jaz's 60th birthday celebrations.
Brian squares up to his opponents.
John Wilson meets novelist Irvine Welsh; Bob Marley documentary; Orange Prize shortlist.
Yasmeen Khan reports on new initiatives to counter sexual harassment and assault.
Kirsten Hearn and Geoff Adams-Spink join Peter White to offer tips for newly blind people.
Dr Mark Porter on why whooping cough is making a comeback.
The Home Secretary tells MPs that Abu Qatada can be deported to Jordan.
2/10 Antigone decides to come to Greece for son Nikitas's funeral, after nearly 60 years away.
4/6 Richard Herring examines why we hate the idea of cloning without really understanding it. (R)
The Home Secretary sets out her plans to deport the radical cleric Abu Qatada.
Does horticulture have an image problem? Teenagers say it's a career for underachievers.
Wednesday 18 April 2012