The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Mark Wallington's ukulele tour takes in the Isle of Wight.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A short reflection and prayer to begin the day with Andrea Rea.
Multi-million pound supermarket contracts bought with bribes of luxury holidays.
Should Greece stay in the euro, should insults be illegal, and do you lack storage space?
Libby Purves is joined by journalist Angela Rippon, and photographer and filmmaker Jim Lee
3/5 In Bangor, Mark is asked to fill for half an hour, as the belly dancer hasn't turned up.
Susie Wolff, House of Lords reform, women and autism, Cook the Perfect...with Rowley Leigh
3/5 Sam's jealousy of Elizabeth's dancing tutor, Mr Pembleton, begins to run out of control.
3/4 Alan Dein is in Portrush in Northern Ireland as the town tidies up for the Irish Open.
2/4 Richard Wilson unveils his radiography - revealing, surprising and largely untrue.
Winifred Robinson asks when is a vehicle fault not a safety issue?
John Waite investigates the two billion pounds of unpaid court fines.
The latest weather forecast.
Martha Kearney presents national and international news.
3/5 Ivan is joined by violinist, Prof Paul Robertson, to explore the ecstatic key of E major.
Lynda has high expectations.
3/3 Vengeance is on Ben's mind, Prem is drawn into danger, and Jim's life takes a nose dive. (R)
Money and motivation, street therapy and reforming the law on insanity.
Laurie Taylor investigates the pain of love from a sociological perspective.
Steve Hewlett on the fast-changing media world with Channel 4 chief exec David Abraham.
Eddie Mair presents coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/6 Lee Mack, Susan Calman and Daniel Maier compete to supply the best wrong answers.
Amy won't concede. Meanwhile Josh gets teased.
Shameless creator Paul Abbott on his new TV drama; Sacha Baron Cohen in The Dictator.
3/3 Journalists debate with Andrew Rawnsley what leading articles about the news should say.
Martin Cassini argues that the UK system for managing traffic needs radical reform.
Drought in the south but plenty of water elsewhere. Why not move it? Tom Heap investigates
Robin Lustig presents national and international news and analysis.
8/10 Aaron is distracted from his grief by some reassuringly ordinary visits from his dead wife
1/4 Are there civilisations on other planets, and, if so, why do they never call?
1/4 Strap in as Clever Peter bring you a pygmy hippo, a mystery voice, house eyes and the Pope
Sean Curran with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Anna Hill talks to Farming Minister Jim Paice about China's growing market.
Thursday 17 May 2012