The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 Rupert attends a star-studded party in New York, on the eve of his new film's release.
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 Dr Ed Kessler.
After the wettest summer in 100 years, torrential rain again batters the UK.
Abu Hamza extradition, Danny Alexander on social care reform, and Justin Webb in Florida.
Jim Al-Khalili meets Prof Sunetra Gupta, a scientist and novelist.
Sarfraz Manzoor discusses confessional journalism with Liz Jones of the Mail on Sunday.
2/5 At a party in Washington, Rupert Everett has a flash of inspiration.
Chinese migrant workers, finding a job you love, and Page Three. Presented by Jane Garvey.
2/5 Trevor has arranged for Eileen to see a doctor.
4/24 Saving Species examines the health of marine environments from across the world.
5/5 An exploration of how Bach's St Matthew Passion touches and changes people's lives.
Do you need to go to university to be successful?
The latest weather forecast.
News, analysis and comment from the UK and around the world with Martha Kearney.
2/5 Deborah Bull looks at the link between dance and courtship.
Jim is on the hunt for excitement.
By Peter Bleksley. Exploring the tensions that arise when politics and policing are mixed.
3/6 Nina Garthwaite explores the difficulties and delights of distance.
7/10 A man is forced to confront his shortcomings as a husband and father.
3/4 The successful, but forgotten, interventions made by the much-maligned League of Nations. (R)
9/9 Naomi Wolf nominates Edith Wharton, author of Pulitzer Prize-winning The Age of Innocence.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news with Eddie Mair. Includes Weather.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/4 Comedy offering an insight into the private lives of the famous.
Matt springs a surprise.
Mark Lawson reviews Bruce Willis in Looper, plus Extras actress Ashley Jensen on stage.
Why are growing numbers of allied soldiers being killed by their Afghan allies?
Peter White on cookery for the visually impaired - recipe for success or doughy disaster?
Dr Mark Porter asks whether headlines identifying a 'SARS-like' virus may cause panic.
Obama speaks at the UN, the Queen and the BBC, and a child preacher in the US.
7/15 With Margaret out of danger, Robert turns his attention to his one-time lover Lady Violet.
1/4 Meet the scientists who are a bit rubbish at life. And not much better at science.
2/4 Matthew Sweet discovers his favourite painting is a forgery. But does it really matter? (R)
The RSPCA calls for 'Badger Friendly' labels on dairy products.
Wednesday 26 September 2012