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1/5 Jean Sprackland contemplates the reappearance of the Star of Hope, wrecked in 1883.
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 Canon Mark Oakley.
Flint, timber and thatch. Anna Hill learns to build houses using rural skills.
Has Lady Warsi been treated fairly? Plus the jubilee, and the transit of Venus.
Jim al-Khalili talks to the former chief scientific advisor Robert May about public trust.
Mary Ann Sieghart talks to a man who killed a young mother in a road accident in 1989.
2/5 A year of discoveries on Ainsdale Sands: Anti-depressants and shrimp populations.
2/5 Alice's investigations into Kenrick's archives are interrupted by a disturbing intrusion.
A service live from St Paul's Cathedral. Preacher: The Archbishop of Canterbury.
Gaylene Gould meets modern musicians who are adapting traditional West African music.
On Call You and Yours we are asking how do you feel about the United Kingdom?
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news with James Robbins.
7/20 Richard focuses on three writers who wrote about their personal spiritual struggles.
Vicky ruffles a few feathers.
Drama recreating the world's longest bombing raid, on Port Stanley runway in the Falklands
Tom Holland presents Radio 4's popular history magazine.
Dominic Arkwright presents new writing and discussion inspired by the Garden of Eden story
Joshua Rozenberg talks to former Foreign Office legal adviser, Sir Daniel Bethlehem.
Maggie Aderin-Pocock and William Orbit discuss their favourite books with Harriet Gilbert.
Carolyn Quinn presents full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/6 Martin is a man with a van, plus a plane with an otter and a piano with an attitude. (R)
Alice undertakes some internet investigations.
Mark Lawson meets Hilary Mantel, writer of Wolf Hall and its sequel Bring Up the Bodies.
Why are the police still accused of unfairly treating black and Asian officers?
Peter White talks to blind musician Marcus Roberts about his music and his blindness.
Claudia talks to Jacopo Annese from the San Diego brain observatory about brain donation.
A round-up of the day's news, with Shaun Ley.
7/10 Satish wrongly accuses an old friend of blackmailing him.
3/4 The new progressive headmaster Mike Poulson Jabby decides to impose an austerity drive. (R)
2/5 What are the qualities that make a good spy? Jon Ronson talks to spies to find out. (R)
Caz Graham investigates the resurgence of interest in dry stone walling.
Wednesday 6 June 2012