The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 How the Neolithic art of coppicing is renewing itself in 21st-century competitions.
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 Sister Gemma Simmonds.
A merger of two dairy co-ops could mean better milk prices for some UK dairy farmers.
Debating Iran's nuclear programme, plus Lagarde on the eurozone, and racism in schools.
Libby Purves is joined by actor and comedian Omid Djalili and folk musician Tim Edey.
3/5 Topiary was probably brought to these islands by the Romans - the controversy lingers on.
Margaret Byrne, egg donation, Olympic hopefuls and Melody Gardot. With Jenni Murray.
3/5 The suspects are expecting a visitor from abroad, which will change everything.
4/4 Alan Dein investigates the rebirth of steelmaking in Redcar, Teesside.
3/4 Why does Richard Wilson sleep with a pair of miners' boots by the bed?
Accessing your medical records online, flood insurance and still driving with 12 points.
The latest weather forecast.
Martha Kearney presents the national and international news. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
3/5 Bringing together a bishop, an imam and a rabbi for an interfaith bake-in.
Adam enjoys the simple life and Tracy gets a present.
By Alex Shearer. Can executioner Ameline outwit France's gourmet murderer? (R)
Tuition fees, loans and grants: Paul Lewis and panellists answer calls on student finance.
3D body scanners and eating disorders, rise of the 'neuro-novel', and teenagers' brains.
US philanthropic foundations, and the changing language of wine tasting.
Taking Eurovision to Azerbaijan, plus Tessa Jowell MP on Labour and Leveson. #r4mediashow.
Eddie Mair presents coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/6 Charlie Brooker hosts the comedy panel show that seeks the finest wrong answers.
Ifty puts the cricket team through their paces.
Chariots of Fire on stage, Edward Burtynsky photos, and Henry Moore comes indoors.
Nick Robinson examines how decisions are reached behind closed doors in Westminster.
Comedian Kate Smurthwaite argues it is time to stop laughing at sexism.
Miranda Krestovnikoff examines claims that jellyfish are taking over the world's oceans.
Round-up of the day's news, with Robin Lustig.
3/5 Charles waits to hear if his sister-in-law will let him regain custody of his daughter.
2/4 Funny, factually-accurate look at space travel and explosive nuclear propulsion.
2/4 Strap in as Clever Peter bring you a health & safety blow dart, a killer whale & a souffle
The economy and workers' rights dominate bad-tempered exchanges at PM's Questions.
New multi-million pound funding for bioscience - but how much will be spent on GM crops?
Thursday 24 May 2012