The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Despite his reputation by 1495, Leonardo da Vinci is frustrated at his lack of achievement
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A reading and a reflection to start the day, with the Rev Dr Craig Gardiner.
An advert claiming 'Red Tractor Pork is High Welfare Pork' is banned. Pig farmers respond.
Should the wealthy pay more tax? Plus the honours system and a supernova spotter.
Libby Purves is joined by musician Clarence Adoo, a member of the British Paraorchestra.
3/5 Da Vinci sets about capturing one of the Bible's most dramatic scenes in paint and plaster
Jacqueline Wilson on her new book, Ann Romney, and the civil service. With Jenni Murray.
3/5 Police drama by Amelia Bullmore.
Sheppey, landscape of cars, caravans and morose marshland - the place they call The Island
3/6 Brian relives his adventures in a land where the military are revered above everything.
Winifred Robinson: How green were the 2012 games?; taxi booking apps; what fish we eat.
The inventor of the World Wide Web and unlikely hero of the Olympic opening ceremony.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news with Martha Kearney.
3/5 At HMP YOI Brinsford, Mr Gee encourages teenagers to write to their loved ones in poetry.
Matt plays the innocent.
The Veracity Virus breaks out, in Jonathan Myerson's new comedy about internet fakery.
4/4 Michael Robinson assesses what the future holds in the wake of the rate-fixing scandal.
Dr Mark Porter finds out that botox injections can help chronic migraine sufferers.
Laurie Taylor visits Naples to investigate the role of Italian family values.
Chris Blackhurst on Leveson, C4's Paralympics, and Sir Christopher Meyer on Harry photos.
Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/6 Sandy splashes out with his sponsorship of Blake's noble efforts in a charity marathon. (R)
There's news at last for Vicky.
Mark Lawson chairs a debate on whether ebooks are a threat or a new chance for publishers.
2/3 How should we teach? John Humphrys challenges education experts.
Ian Robertson argues that success and being a winner has a drug-like effect on us drug.
The first attempt in England to turn a landscape back into a wilderness is 10 years old.
The Paralympic ceremony, Assad on TV, and Putin's wealth exposed. News with Robin Lustig.
8/10 To the consternation of those around him, Baratte asks Heloise Godard to move in with him.
3/4 The chief mouser to the Cabinet Office, 2007-2008, reflects on life with Gordon Brown.
3/4 Even the most successful writers have at some point had to take day jobs to pay the bills.
3/3 Who will succeed Zorro? Can pensioners understand the futures trade? From September 2009. (R)
The UK's biggest fresh milk processor says it will change the way it decides milk prices.
Thursday 30 August 2012