The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 A piano in Paul Auster's apartment has a surprising effect on his life there.
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 the Rev Dr Janet Wootton.
Robin Markwell presents from Livestock 2012 and investigates the future for dairy.
Conservative chairman Grant Shapps on the reshuffle. Plus, the Greek economy and N Ireland
Libby Purves is joined by musician Billy Bragg and chef Yotam Ottolenghi.
3/5 Paul Auster explores memories of homes, from a bare New York apartment to the family home.
Naomi Wolf discusses her new biography of the vagina with Jenni Murray.
3/10 A frustrating lack of hard evidence is hampering Shardlake's investigation of the murder.
Paul Evans navigates a sea of stories to a phantom island where fact and fiction coexist.
4/6 Brian Gulliver tells of his adventures in Anidara, where he finds himself put out to stud.
Buying a new car, new financial advice rules and half-price supermarket wine.
James Naughtie profiles Rupert Murdoch, the global media magnate.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news with Shaun Ley.
3/5 For 40 years, Kelly has lived with the trauma of inflicting accidental death while driving (R)
Elizabeth needs to explain.
A comedy by Anna Symon. Is it possible to define love? Ed is determined to find out. (R)
Vincent Duggleby and expert guests take calls on saving and investing.
Dr Mark Porter and Dr Margaret McCartney explore the incidence of HIV in the UK today.
Is the fabled Italian family in terminal decline? Laurie Taylor discusses the crisis.
Steve Hewlett on Freesat, the in-tray of the new culture secretary and Daybreak relaunch.
Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/6 Whenever people plan to tell porkies, they seem to come to Sandy for help. (R)
Brenda offers reassurance.
Donny Osmond, Cecil Beaton's war photos, the return of Dallas and new art from China.
3/3 John Humphrys asks leading education decision makers and thinkers - who should teach?
Niall Iain MacDonald describes his extraordinary fight back against depression.
Tom Heap finds out how people can use their own energy to power gadgets and lighting.
National and international news and analysis with Robin Lustig.
3/10 Still reeling from the news of Tony's death, Serena finds an alarming piece of evidence.
4/4 Larry, Chief Mouser to the Cabinet since 2011, explains life under a coalition government.
4/4 Even the most successful writers have at some point had to take day jobs to pay the bills.
Sean Curran reports on events at Westminster, including Prime Minister's Questions.
Charlotte Smith discusses the new order at DEFRA and what it might mean for rural Britain.
Thursday 6 September 2012