The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
'Jobs for the Boys?' Discrimination and nepotism in the media industry, with Laurie Taylor
The bells of Solovsky Monastery, Russia.
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 Shaunaka Rishi Das.
American farmers say livestock is at risk due to animal feed shortages.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
News headlines with Evan Davis and James Naughtie, including Nasa's touchdown on Mars.
1/6 Amanda Vickery explores the medieval knight, on location in Pembroke Castle.
5/5 A new series uncovering the powerful relationship between our financial and legal systems.
1/5 The first stop on the author's journey of discovery is California where the internet began
Jamaican independence, Shafilea Ahmed, home-working, and is policing too male-dominated?
1/5 It is the summer of 1916, and the Little Ottleys are a couple no longer.
John Godber looks back at the modern day performances of York's medieval mystery plays.
3/6 Another instalment of the Victorian comic adventure. Pip faces new dangers in America. (R)
Changes to BUPA insurance, competitions for ideas, and the market for posh pants.
James Naughtie considers the headline-making fashion designer and former punk.
The latest weather forecast.
News, analysis and comment from the UK and around the world.
1/5 John Simpson tell the stories of the correspondents who reported on the Spanish Civil war.
It's the morning after the night before.
2/2 The free market winds of change are blowing through the university's breezeblock corridors
With guests Louise Doughty, Natalie Haynes, Nicholas Owen and Hugo Rifkind.
How camping food can be much more than tinned food and bangers. Tim Hayward finds out.
John Sessions selects favourite pieces of literature, read by Roger Allam and Amanda Root.
Ernie Rea and guests discuss the significance of fear in religious traditions.
Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/8 Paul Merton, Sue Perkins, Liza Tarbuck and Graham Norton join Nicholas Parsons.
Mike is in thoughtful mood.
New Pixar animated film Brave, Mike Scott of the Waterboys, and pop stars changing names.
Angus Crawford asks whether the army can do its job whilst respecting the environment.
James Naughtie talks to Gore Vidal, one of the great American men of letters. (R)
Quentin Cooper reports on the latest surface rover mission to Mars, NASA's Curiosity.
Lords reform, Idi Amin, and Australia at the Olympics. News and analysis with Ritula Shah.
5/9 It's time to check out Bride Number Two, but is this a set-up by false friend Mulloo?
4/6 Alex Horne, Jason Cook and Margaret Cabourn-Smith reflect on the Olympics.
1/5 Jay Rayner presents the show from Bristol, ahead of the city's annual Grillstock festival. (R)
Russia's grain yields are forecast to be sharply lower. Will food prices be forced up?
Tuesday 7 August 2012