The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/5 The author meets members of the curiously named 'peering' community.
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.
The price of tea rises due to poor harvests and bad weather conditions.
News headlines and sport, including a look back at five years since credit crunch began.
4/4 Should children with degenerative, life-limiting conditions be kept alive at all costs?
4/5 The author travels to Docklands and Cornwall on his journey behind the scenes.
Generation rent - what's the impact of not being able to afford to buy a home?
4/5 The Ottley residence is out of bounds to Aylmer. As a result, he suspects the worst.
Mobeen Azhar finds out how a charity is helping heroin addicts in Karachi.
Vivien Goldman on the importance of the steamy 1950s novel that was ahead of its time.
Why the bank account you pay for may not deliver the product you thought.
James Naughtie profiles Stuart Hall, leading thinker on British culture, race and identity
The latest weather forecast.
News, analysis and comment from the UK and around the world with Martha Kearney.
4/5 John Simpson on Claud Cockburn's left-wing promulgation of untruth in Spain's Civil War.
Jennifer makes a heartfelt plea.
A home help benefits from the death of her client. Starring Alison Steadman and Roy Hudd.
Helen Mark is in Ireland to celebrate the ancient Celtic harvest festival of Lughnasa.
Felicity Finch presents an appeal on behalf of Health Poverty Action.
Michael Ondaatje talks about his 1992 Booker prize-winning novel The English Patient.
Matthew Sweet chats with Jeremy Renner about his role as the lead in The Bourne Legacy.
Quentin Cooper reports on the latest surface rover mission to Mars, NASA's Curiosity.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news with Eddie Mair.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/6 Sanjay causes chaos in Lenzie when he starts work experience at the local paper. (R)
Clarrie puts her foot down.
Jack Whitehall's latest comedy reviewed, Edinburgh fringe so far, bartering for theatre.
Simon Cox investigates the economic legacy of hosting the Olympic Games.
Peter Day discovers the new fizz in English wine.
3/5 Mary Colwell meets a man who has spent his life searching for corals on the Devon coast. (R)
Syria, Usain Bolt and a special report from Chile, with Robin Lustig.
8/9 It's time to go and meet Bride Number Three, but this time the groom is doing the choosing
1/4 The human chameleon's host of characters from a chatty school girl to decrepit charwoman. (R)
4/5 Newcastle. The team takes questions on ingredients and food traditions in the North East. (R)
Scottish gamekeepers say incidents of raptor poisoning are down.
Friday 10 August 2012