The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/5 By Kapka Kassabova. A Bulgarian Kiwi novelist finds her sense of home in Scotland.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
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.
News headlines, plus a look at the papers.
The latest weather forecast.
Jules Hudson explores how the role of the farm vet has changed in recent years.
Charlotte Smith hears from young farmers and students about a farming career.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Sian Williams, Richard Coles and historian Peter Hennessy; Joan Baez's Inheritance Tracks.
Will Young enjoys some unlikely show tunes about tractors and bathroom fittings. (R)
Steve Richards of the Independent looks behind the scenes at Westminster.
Kate Adie introduces reports from the BBC's foreign correspondents across the world.
Paul Lewis looks at a PPI refund, Which's Big Switch, savings rates and HMRC call costs.
6/9 Jeremy Hardy, Mark Steel, Fred Macaulay and Bridget Christie join Sandi Toksvig.
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a discussion of news and politics from Woodstock, Oxfordshire.
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Northern Broadsides theatre company's version of Shakespeare's tragedy of love turned sour (R)
Being a single parent, Gok Wan cooks chinese, and Tamsin Greig on kissing Matt LeBlanc.
Ritula Shah presents the day's top news stories, with sports headlines.
Clive Anderson is joined by Russell Watson and Lesley Sharp, with music from JD McPherson.
The brash young leader of Greece's far left-wing bloc mobilising the anti-bailout vote.
Tom Sutcliffe and guests with sharp, critical discussion of the week's cultural events.
Alan Dein tells the story of pioneering oral historian Tony Parker.
1/2 Nick Carraway arrives in Long Island and falls in with his distant cousin's wealthy crowd.
Matthew Syed says the importance of talent over effort should not be over-emphasised.
2/3 Redeeming the irredeemable? The Bishop of Liverpool talks to offenders and victims. (R)
3/13 Heat three of the music quiz with competitors from Birmingham, Nottingham and Berwickshire
Paul Farley seeks out the famous visitor who interrupted Coleridge's writing of Kubla Khan
1/3 Strange things happen when Henrik falls asleep on the train from Copenhagen. (R)
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of St George's Church, Poynton, Cheshire.
Sunday 13 May 2012