The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Jean contemplates the surprising effects of antidepressants on shrimp populations.
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.
Caz Graham investigates the resurgence of interest in dry stone walling.
Discussing jubilee stewards and BBC coverage, plus does coffee prevent dementia?
Libby Purves meets actor Samantha Spiro and record producer Robin Millar.
3/5 Jean discovers an unidentifiable, but exquisitely beautiful object at the strandline.
Should the First Lady be promoting Beyonce as an aspirational role model?
3/5 After Alice's sudden disappearance, Irwin leads Linus to where he thinks she could be.
Jackie Clune dated women for 12 years until she married a man. She explores this subject.
1/4 It's 1939, and fading Hollywood star Lana Garfield hears her contract is to end.
Challenging your medical record, National Citizen Service and gaming consoles fight back.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news and analysis with Martha Kearney.
8/20 How new scientific understanding influenced thinking on the relationship of mankind to God
Alice undertakes some internet investigations.
A radio psychiatrist embarks on a relationship with a virtual woman. By Nicholas Pierpan.
Financial phone-in on annuities with Vincent Duggleby.
Claudia talks to Jacopo Annese from the San Diego brain observatory about brain donation.
Laurie Taylor talks to speakers at the 2012 British Sociological Association conference.
Alan Yentob, creative director for the BBC, on the corporation's diamond jubilee coverage.
Eddie Mair presents coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/6 Graham Linehan, Isy Suttie and Holly Walsh compete to give the best in wrong answers.
Josh is feeing under surveillance.
Mark Lawson reviews Woody Allen: A Documentary and interviews US novelist Richard Ford.
Nick Robinson examines how decisions are reached behind closed doors in Westminster.
Kamin Mohammadi says life under an authoritarian regime is lived more creatively.
Genetically engineered bird flu - lessons for pandemic preparations. Kevin Fong reports.
Round-up of the day's news, with Robin Lustig.
8/10 Worried by his behaviour, Maya tries to get Satish to tell her what's wrong.
4/4 What could we do if a giant asteroid were heading straight for us?
4/4 Strap in as Clever Peter bring you a death plunge, a leap across a ravine & a sexy clown.
3/5 Jon meets the sisters who were part of the girl group from the 1960s, 'The Shaggs'. (R)
Heavy rain in April and May has filled reservoirs. Is it time to end water restrictions?
Thursday 7 June 2012