The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/5 By Nikolai Khalezin and Natalia Kaliada. A young couple flee from Belarus.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer with the Rt Rev Chris Edmondson, Bishop of Bolton.
How growing plants under LEDs could lead to farming in skyscrapers.
Debating Spanish banks, school budgets, adoption, espionage and tweeting to space.
Musician and comedian Tim Minchin is interviewed by Kirsty Young.
5/5 By Kapka Kassabova. A Bulgarian Kiwi novelist finds her sense of home in Scotland.
Jenni Murray takes your calls about single parenting in the regular phone-in.
5/5 The rapist's tear-stricken testimony makes an impression on an already credulous jury.
When is typical teen angst something more serious? Miranda Sawyer investigates.
5/6 Milton leaves the world of theatre and dance to pursue his dream of becoming a miner. (R)
Singer Billy Bragg on whether England should have its own national anthem.
Darren and Jeremy from Cardiff discuss love, marriage and football.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news and analysis with Edward Stourton.
20/20 How Shakespeare has inspired and influenced people across the globe and through the ages.
Ifty does some talent-spotting but is Will going to be jealous?
Martyn Hesford's drama about L S Lowry's obsessive relationship with his bed-ridden mother
Eric Robson and the panel are garden trouble-shooting at Malvern Spring Gardening Show.
3/3 Ceri would like to give her two young children toys, but their father has other plans.
Matthew Bannister on Vidal Sassoon, Angelica Garnett, Maurice Sendak and Lloyd Brevett.
Executive pay, chess and trouble on the Greek railway.
Thirteen-year-old Millie chats with her grandfather, Douglas, about his travelling past.
Eddie Mair presents coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
6/9 Jeremy Hardy, Mark Steel, Fred Macaulay and Bridget Christie join Sandi Toksvig.
Brian looks to the future.
Anish Kapoor's giant Olympic sculpture, the Coronation Street musical, and the Proclaimers
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a discussion of news and politics from Woodstock, Oxfordshire.
Will Self asks what can drive political leaders into the arms of the military.
By Ian Hislop and Nick Newman. Satirical look at the Wapping dispute.
Round-up of the day's news, with Robin Lustig.
5/10 Slowly, as the repairs to his home start to take shape, Aaron's grief begins to ease.
6/8 Eric Pickles chooses the great Hollywood director John Ford.
Mark D'Arcy reports on events at Westminster.
A mother and son on how their family was torn apart in sectarian Northern Ireland.
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
A short reflection and prayer to begin the day with Andrea Rea.
'They sing racist songs on the school bus' - John Humphrys' son on Greece's far right.
Saturday 12 May 2012