The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/5 A prime suspect is found for Pamela Werner's murder, but is there enough evidence?
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A reading and a reflection from Wales with singer and broadcaster Beverley Humphreys.
Unions claim low-paid farm workers are at risk from changes in regulation.
With William Hague on Syria, Lord Lawson on budget U-turns, and debating CPR and BP.
Kirsty Young interviews agony aunt, writer and presenter Denise Robertson.
5/5 The hunt for Pamela's killer is halted amid the chaos of the Japanese invasion of Peking.
Queen Elizabeth II, Kat Driscoll, Geoffrey and Ben Beattie. Presented by Jenni Murray.
5/5 Jeremy Front spends 24 hours in the company of self-styled people's diva Andrea Wickham.
Miles Chambers tells the story of the famous 70-year-old white Bristolian reggae DJ.
2/6 The team are horrified that the media have been invited to Malcolm's citizenship ceremony.
Fake booze, cheating university applicants and the expats trying to return home.
Mother and daughter Betty and Elaine reflect on making do when you have 10 children.
The latest weather forecast.
James Robbins presents the national and international news.
5/20 Richard looks at the meaning of the word mystery and the work of three medieval mystics.
Harry is press-ganged and Pip is feeling unsettled.
Submarines, debt and deception in Fiona Mackie's play starring David Calder. (R)
Peter Gibbs and the panel are guests of the Dig Deep Community Project in South Oxhey.
3/3 The outbreak of war has a strange effect upon an elderly man.
Matthew Bannister on Leopold De Rothschild, Donald Dunn, Elisabeth Tomalin, Colin McIntyre
Roger Bolton on the future of local radio - are some subjects too personal for broadcast?
Catherine and Liz discuss an upbringing by parents who had met as a priest and a nun.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news with Eddie Mair.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
9/9 Jeremy Hardy, Andy Hamilton, Rebecca Front and Susan Calman join Sandi Toksvig.
Everything is falling apart for Clarrie.
Neneh Cherry; the transit of Venus in art; when a dark future becomes the dull present.
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the second edition of a special Schools Q&A in Belfast.
Adam Gopnik muses on why Shakespeare didn't seem to know that the top bee is a girl bee.
1/4 Richard Holloway explores the tensions between doubt and faith over the last 3,000 years.
Carolyn Quinn presents national and international news and analysis.
5/10 At the hospital, caring for his patients, Satish feels in control of his life.
Steve Backshall and Geraldine Bedell discuss their favourite books with Harriet Gilbert.
3/3 Lenny Henry pockets his prejudice and tries to understand the medieval writer. (R)
Anne and Steve on a friendship that has seen them through bereavement and abuse.
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Canon Mark Oakley.
'I pinned my hopes on the 1940 Olympics' - an Olympian flew 81 missions for Bomber Command
Saturday 2 June 2012