The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 Charlie Connelly sets off on the trail of our national obsession, beginning with rain.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Prayer and reflection with the Rev Scott McKenna of Mayfield Salisbury Parish, Edinburgh.
Warnings of a tough winter ahead for livestock farmers if they don't act over animal feed.
Includes Sports Desk; Yesterday in Parliament; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Jim Al-Khalili discovers why Andrea Sella's chemistry demonstrations are filling theatres.
Paddy O'Connell meets Lisa Cherry, whose childhood was spent in the care system.
2/5 Great thinkers have always been fascinated by the most powerful force in the weather, wind
Disabled women, painkiller addiction and female pre-Raphaelites. Presented by Jane Garvey.
7/10 The identity of the third victim leads Shardlake to a new understanding of the case.
2/24 Brett Westwood looks at ways to allow bats to fly free in an increasingly urbanised land.
3/5 Exploring how this song from the 1870s continues to touch people's lives across the world.
How can we turn the Olympic spirit of participation into a lasting legacy of volunteering?
The latest weather forecast.
News, analysis and comment from the UK and around the world with Martha Kearney.
2/10 Juliet Gardiner looks into the mysterious divining ceremonies of the Druids.
Vicky tries to explain and Darrell waits for news.
5/6 A female athletics team are being hounded by vicious online slurs and sexual innuendo.
1/6 Paul Mason, economics editor for Newsnight, offers a new take on the UK's economic lines.
Conor Woodman asks how farmed Scottish salmon production can increase by 50% sustainably.
1/4 Michael Portillo uncovers a violent precursor to the dignified 1936 Jarrow March. (R)
7/9 Film director Stephen Frears champions his mentor, Karel Reisz. Chaired by Matthew Parris.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news with Eddie Mair.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/4 The Archbishop of Canterbury tries tweeting for the first time, with disastrous results.
Kathy uncovers the truth.
Mark Lawson on bronze artworks, American band The Killers and the Booker Prize shortlist.
Claire Bolderson asks if Latinos are the key to a reborn USA.
Peter White on the 'secret' of chip-and-signature credit cards.
Dr Mark Porter finds out about the latest understanding and treatment of osteoarthritis.
National and international news and analysis with Ritula Shah and Roger Hearing.
7/10 Serena has to accompany Tom and his terrible dystopian novel to its publisher.
3/4 Investigating his brother's death, Jack has so far met only with silence and hostility.
Sean Curran reports on Treasury Questions and the rest of today's events at Westminster.
A drought in Spain means less olive oil will be produced this year.
Wednesday 12 September 2012