The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Laurie Taylor asks if a sociology of evil is possible. Also, the morality of cycling.
The bells of St Peter's Cathedral, Adelaide, South Australia.
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 Alison Murdoch.
How can dairy farmers move on after the latest round of price cuts?
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Barclays chairman 'set to resign', plus NHS drug spending and mantelpiece memorabilia.
Andrew Marr with Maajid Nawaz, Robert Chesshyre, Elizabeth Truss and Christopher Meyer.
1/5 Robert Macfarlane starts off on the chalk of the Icknield Way in empty Bedfordshire.
Grammy award-winner Mary Chapin Carpenter, and DIY manicures. Presented by Jane Garvey.
1/10 Maria Semple's comic novel. 15-year-old Bee calls in her parents' promise of a present.
Clare Jenkins explores why people record the life stories of their nearest and dearest.
4/6 Mark Steel creates a stand-up show for residents of Douglas on the Isle of Man. (R)
Japanese knotweed, what independent shops are doing to survive, and why aging is good.
One of the great English poets, famous for his day job as librarian at Hull University.
The latest weather forecast.
Analysis of current affairs reports, presented by Martha Kearney.
1/5 Roger begins his tour of Chinese museums in Shanghai, with a visit to an opera museum.
Ruth struggles to cope with the new situation.
Affairs, scandals and a letter of hatred turn a 1961 French holiday into a nightmare. (R)
11/13 Paul Gambaccini chairs the second semi-final of the general knowledge music quiz.
Sheila Dillon investigates the future of the printed cookery book.
Richard Coles on the various ways that the voice of God is depicted, and what this reveals
3/6 Debating the advantages and disadvantages of being really huge, or extremely small.
Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/6 Jack Dee, Tim Brooke-Taylor and Barry Cryer are joined by Tony Hawks and Jeremy Hardy.
Elizabeth comes to her own conclusions.
Christopher Eccleston in Blackout; the Chariots of Fire stage running track; ping pong.
2/3 Iran is subsumed into Arab Muslim, Turkic and Mongol empires, but fight their conquerors.
Simon Jack asks: Would the financial system be more stable if money was backed by gold?
Quentin Cooper investigates the news in science and science in the news.
Ritula Shah presents national and international news and analysis.
1/10 After his book on an oil terminal, Keith Mabbut feels unfulfilled.
Dominic Arkwright and guests boldly venture into Tomorrow's World.
Susan Hulme with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Could drought in the USA increase the price of bread here?
Tuesday 3 July 2012