The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/5 David Horovitch concludes his reading of letters from a father to his wayward son.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Ranjit Singh Dhanda.
'I grew up in a factory making explosives.' A listener remembers wartime munitions work.
News headlines, plus a look at the papers.
The latest weather forecast.
4/6 Clare walks with veteran long-distance walker Scott Cunningham and his 'best mate', Travis
Bees to butterflies - Charlotte Smith investigates the threats faced by UK pollinators.
Campbell on Murdoch's phone call to Blair, plus should we force-feed people with anorexia?
Sian Williams and Richard Coles with Natalie Haynes in London and Mark Lawson in Dublin.
8.00am on the 16th June 1904. Stephen Dedalus looks out over Dublin Bay.
8.15am. Stephen, Mulligan and Haines share breakfast before a walk along the strand.
10.00am. Stephen collects his wages from the headmaster, Mr Deasy.
8.00am. Leopold Bloom cooks himself a pork kidney for breakfast.
Steve Richards of the Independent looks behind the scenes at Westminster.
Kate Adie presents stories by the BBC's foreign correspondents from around the globe.
11.00am. Stephen walks on Sandymount Strand.
2/7 Jon Holmes, Ava Vidal, Mitch Benn and Laura Shavin join Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis.
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a live discussion of news and politics from Bishop's Stortford.
Listeners' responses to this week's Any Questions?
Stephen, seeking paid work, explains his theory of Hamlet at the National Library.
Cerys Matthews indulges her passion for the seminal British Blues record label.
Being brought up by dad, and what it's really like to win Olympic Gold. With Jane Garvey.
Ritula Shah presents the day's top news stories, with sports headlines.
5.00pm. Bloom has an argument with the Citizen which climaxes in a mock-heroic battle.
Clive Anderson is joined by the actors Niamh Cusack, Jaime Winstone and Tony Hawks.
3/8 Eoin McNamee responds to this week's news in a drama set against the backdrop of Euro 2012
Tom Sutcliffe and his guests review the week's cultural highlights.
Between 8.00pm and the hour after midnight. Bloom rescues Stephen from a street brawl.
Mark Lawson and his guests discuss the powerful influence of James Joyce's Ulysses.
It is well after midnight when Bloom takes Stephen home and offers him cocoa.
3/3 By Gerard Woodward. It was the pride of the American railroad - if you could find it. (R)
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of St Mary and St Chad, Brewood in Staffordshire.
Sir Terry Farrell says architects can solve the problems of Britain's public spaces.
Sunday 17 June 2012