The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Inside the world of Wall Street women, and the role of morality in preventing crime.
The bells of Durham Cathedral.
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 Mark Coffey.
Dave Howard hears bad news for broccoli, as growers could lose a third of their crop.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
News headlines, including whether the most expensive social housing should be sold off.
3/6 The 18th-century lover - from irresistible seducer to lusty husband.
2/5 A radical feminist and a Tory reformer clash over the route to equality.
1/5 Daniel Tammet explores the ways in which different cultures approach and describe numbers.
How important is being faithful, and what constitutes cheating anyway? With Jane Garvey.
1/5 Martha has arrived in Agok to find the situation worse than she had been briefed to expect
Love stories from the Museum of Broken Relationships in Zagreb with Cathy FitzGerald.
5/6 The Victorian comic epic continues with Pip and Harry trapped in France. (R)
Is prison the place for inmates with severe physical disabilities? With Julian Worricker.
James Naughtie considers the Booker Prize-winning British Indian novelist.
The latest weather forecast.
News, analysis and comment from the UK and around the world, with Shaun Ley.
1/5 Alison Steadman tells the story of how and why the pheasant became a British bird.
Mike is evasive.
Comedy drama about an eccentric Romanian mother and her three bickering daughters. (R)
With guests Louise Doughty, Natalie Haynes, Nicholas Owen and Hugo Rifkind.
Sheila Dillon embarks on a journey through the world of spices, starting with the clove.
Tracing the legacy of the cult Swiss-German writer Hermann Hesse.
Ernie Rea and guests discuss the link between African churches, witchcraft and child abuse
Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/8 Nicholas Parsons chairs the famous panel game this week from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
Vicky faces a difficult decision.
Tom Stoppard, Tony Scott remembered, The Watch reviewed and music by cellist Natalie Clein
Victims of violent crime come face to face with men serving sentences for similar crimes.
The host bars revealing the cracks in South Korea's conservative social structures.
How a child with total paralysis could kick a football using a brain-controlled suit.
Round-up of the day's news, with Ritula Shah.
1/10 Paris 1785, and a young engineer waits in the Palace of Versailles.
Chris Ledgard listens to the ways in which preachers use words and the power of language.
2/3 Micky talks about running away to New York and becoming the playboy of East End. (R)
A report claims that if we relied only on UK fish, 2012's supplies would run out today.
Tuesday 21 August 2012