The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/5 More letters from a long-suffering father to his wayward son.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Prayer and reflection presented by the Rev Gillean Maclean.
Charlotte Smith hears about plans to grow twice as much food on UK farms within 20 years.
Child poverty, online monitoring, Syria death toll, mental health and gang branding.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss James Joyce's celebrated novel Ulysses.
4/5 As Charlie drifts from job to job, his father writes with assorted news from home.
Celebrating the father daughter relationship. How our dads shape our lives.
4/5 Hoping the technical problems are behind her now, Joan heads for Baghdad.
Kate Adie gathers despatches from Spain, Burma, Libya, Poland and India.
Philip Glassborow explores Maurice Sendak's children's book Where the Wild Things Are. (R)
Debt collectors who are hounding people for money they don't owe. With Winifred Robinson.
James looks at the energetic and innovative founder of Which? and the Open University.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news and analysis with Martha Kearney.
14/20 Richard Holloway focuses on writer Thomas Hardy and philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche.
Alan worries for Amy's safety.
A blinded man tries to come to terms with his disability by joining a blind cricket team. (R)
4/6 Clare walks with veteran long-distance walker Scott Cunningham and his 'best mate', Travis
Surgeon Steven Mannion presents an appeal on behalf of the charity CBM UK Ltd.
The best new fiction and non-fiction, talking to writers and unearthing lost classics.
David Cronenberg on his latest, Cosmopolis, starring Robert Pattinson.
Quentin Cooper looks at how mathematical genius Alan Turing helped form the digital age.
Eddie Mair presents full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/6 Yorkshire poet Geoffrey Allerton and his amateur journalist pal Duncan are at the Mallard.
Usha's patience wears thin and Neil can't believe his eyes.
Artist Rachel Whiteread; Dallas is back; Watts Gallery competes for the Art Fund Prize.
Joshua Rozenberg asks why in Britain and the US judges and politicians are at loggerheads.
Evan Davis and guests discuss temptation marketing and the psychology of competition.
Mathematician and code-breaker Alan Turing, and his role in the invention of the computer.
News and analysis from a global perspective with Robin Lustig.
4/10 Esch endures seeing Manny with his girlfriend, and her father worries about the hurricane.
Comedy sketch show starring Daniel Rigby, Henry Paker, Mike Wozniak and Sara Pascoe.
Susan Hulme with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Robotic farms in the future - agricultural engineers say they will be able feed the world.
Friday 15 June 2012