The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Pico recalls schooldays in Oxford and then a remarkable decision to commute to California.
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 the Rev Alison Jack.
GM scientists plead with protestors who have pledged to destroy vital trial crops.
Debating GM crops, MP hacking report, waste water and WWI memorabilia.
Libby Purves meets musical star Maria Friedman and documentary maker Michael Cockerell.
3/5 Pico hits the streets of Havana, and, of course, Graham Greene is with him once more.
Obesity and discrimination, cancer and children, forced marriage. With Jenni Murray.
3/5 Pat is the centre of attention at home and work, but there could be tears before bedtime.
1/4 Alan Dein captures the dramas of families moving into a new Peterborough housing estate.
4/4 A queue for the loo and a rogue back rub threaten to blow up the colony.
Consumer affairs with Shari Vahl. Government to act on whiplash pay outs.
John Waite investigates radioactive waste buried and forgotten by the Ministry of Defence.
The latest weather forecast.
Analysis of national and international news, presented by Martha Kearney.
13/20 Sunken gold from West Africa sheds light on England's complex relationship with the Moors.
Brian's thinking positive.
By Harriet O'Carroll. Sr MaryJo returns to Ireland after years in Uganda as a missionary. (R)
Could future health reforms affect mental health services? The psychology of online dating
Transgender body modifications and latent nationalism, subjects of two prize-winning books
The future of BSkyB with or without Rupert Murdoch. Presented by Steve Hewlett.
Eddie Mair presents coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/6 Antonio Soprano ('the famous baritone') and his henchmen invade Woodstock. (R)
Usha is frustrated.
John Wilson speaks to actor Jason Isaacs and the South Sudan Theatre Company.
1/3 Journalists debate with Andrew Rawnsley what leading articles about the news should say.
Clare Melford explains what she believes business leaders can learn from Buddhism.
The Bank of England Governor, Sir Mervyn King, delivers the second Today Programme Lecture
1/5 Why do we sleep, and why do many of us find crossing the threshold of sleep so difficult? (R)
Robin Lustig presents national and international news and analysis.
3/5 It's 1776, and change is in the air as the outside world intrudes upon rural Dalmailing.
5/6 Nigel finds himself agreeing to join an unusual Simon and Garfunkel tribute act.
5/6 A divorce has left outdoors pursuit expert Kenny with a touch of agoraphobia. (R)
1/3 Des and Christopher attend a pro-am competition at the Royal Blackheath Golf Club. (R)
A new vaccine for Foot and Mouth could prevent a repeat of the disasters of 2001.
Thursday 3 May 2012