The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Robert takes an ancient route across the most dangerous sands in England.
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.
Milk wars - the cuts to dairy farmers that affect the cost of your pint of milk.
Myners on Libor, plus news on the hunt for the Higgs boson, and can seaweed clean teeth?
Libby Purves is joined by Olympian Fatima Whitbread and composer Mark-Anthony Turnage.
3/5 In memory of his late grandfather, Robert treads the pinkish granite of the Cairngorms.
Mitch Winehouse, infertility and mental health, and James Bond. Presented by Jenni Murray.
3/10 Maria Semple's comic novel. Bernadette prepares for the family trip to Antarctica.
The sad life of Jim Thorpe, the American Indian who was the star of the 1912 Olympics.
1/6 Sir John fills his castle with wounded soldiers and De Warenne fills his trousers with ice
Busting 'health and safety' myths, ageing and exercise, the launch of YouView internet TV.
James Naughtie profiles one of the most influential judges of the 20th century.
The latest weather forecast.
Analysis of current affairs reports, presented by Martha Kearney.
3/5 Roger travels to Chongqing to see what new museums are being built there.
Jim goes on a charm offensive.
A father takes his son on a trip to the woods with no idea what terrible horror is to come
Financial phone-in, with Paul Lewis and guests taking calls on tax and self-assessment.
Is frozen shoulder a condition that's overdiagnosed? Dr Mark Porter investigates.
Urban Protest: Laurie Taylor talks to David Harvey about trouble on the streets.
Steve talks to Jeremy Hunt MP, Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport.
Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/6 Caitlin Moran revisits her teens when she was home-schooled in Wolverhampton.
David receives a chilling message.
Julian Barnes on Jean Dujardin's new film, Nick Hewer, and a new James Bond exhibition.
Provocative and engaging debate on the morality of banking, chaired by Michael Buerk.
Alice Bell tackles the myth of scientific literacy as a panacea to understanding science.
Gareth Mitchell meets the engineers who will transform the way we fly around the world.
Diamond in parliament, Higgs boson discovered, and Swiss finishing schools of the future.
3/10 Publisher Ron Latham wants Mabbut to write the true story of the activist Hamish Melville.
4/4 Graham gives the shock news that a new member of the team is joining them.
4/4 Mordrin decides he has to do something if he has any chance of ever dating Heather.
MPs question former Barclays boss Bob Diamond over the inter-bank interest rate scandal.
Unlocking the potential of England's forests for nature, leisure, and up to 7,000 jobs.
Thursday 5 July 2012