The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/5 Rushdie describes eventful days at Cambridge before moving to his first job in advertising
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 Bishop Joe Aldred.
How pig paternity tests are being used to fight meat mislabelling in Ireland.
David Laws on the pupil premium, plus reforming coroners and farewell to the Lada Classic.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Druids of ancient Europe.
4/5 Salman Rushdie describes his life after working in advertising.
Dame Anne Owers, women at the top of banking, and why do some women love bad boys?
4/5 In spite of sickness and fear around him, Sam has one of the best nights of his life.
The BBC's foreign correspondents take a closer look at the stories behind the headlines.
Roger Luckhurst goes in search of the original Curse of the Mummy's Tomb.
New guidelines on cosmetic surgery, electric cars and house prices. With Winifred Robinson
The latest weather forecast.
News, analysis and comment from the UK and around the world with Shaun Ley.
9/10 Juliet Gardiner considers Orwell's haunting visions and iconic images of the near-future.
Jennifer is shocked.
By Marcia Layne. Issachar wants to cut off his dreadlocks but his barber has other ideas. (R)
1/6 Clare is in Richmond Park exploring a sculptor's unique view of London's animal park-life.
World affairs broadcaster Mike Wooldridge appeals on behalf of Hospice Care Kenya.
4/10 A young man sees his father in a new light as he suspects that history is repeating itself
Jonathan Pryce on prototype vibrators and Benicio del Toro on Latino stereotypes.
Climate computer modelling and its use in determining future UK energy policy.
Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/6 Another sketch about how The Archers sounds to people who don't listen to The Archers.
Fallon has last-minute jitters.
Actor Rupert Everett on his new memoir, novelist Deborah Levy and Big Boys Go Bananas!*.
Why has London Metropolitan University lost its licence to sponsor overseas students?
Evan Davis and guests consider whether talk of the decline of Europe is exaggerated.
3/24 Is it going to be brownfield sites that will provide the room for wildlife to flourish?
Anti-reform protests in India, Brothers Grimm tales, and Mitt Romney's campaign troubles.
4/15 Merivel accepts a lift in Louise de Flamanville's coach but finds more than he bargained.
3/4 Diane, Joe and David break loose from BBC Security and go on the run around Radio 4.
Damien Hirst and others reflect on the forces that produced a brash, bold group of artists (R)
Farmers in the Peak District call for off-road users to be banned from green lanes.
Friday 21 September 2012