The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/5 Paul is acclaimed a hero, but can he rise to fill the role that he finds himself cast in?
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 Sheikh Michael Mumisa.
MPs debate controversial plans for the badger cull, 48 hours after it was postponed.
New tests for teachers, autumn colours, and how do we know what is real?
Mona Siddiqui, academic and commentator, is interviewed by Kirsty Young.
5/5 Erik becomes a campaigner for aviation safety. He flies again. Larry organises a reunion.
Mary McAleese, former President of Ireland, plus big sisters and people who whine at work.
5/5 At her own risk, Shongon continues to investigate a mystery that Yukinari considers solved
Radio 4 has been following one university for a year to chart the impact of £9,000 fees.
5/6 Vera and husband Henry are summoned to London to provide 'fun' for Ginny and Lionel Fox.
Supermarket price guarantees and the consumer proposition on group energy deals.
Roy and Noel wish they could have their mother back to thank her for buying 'Yakety Yak'.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news with Shaun Ley.
5/15 Mark Lawson discusses the influence of Maj Sjowall and Per Wahloo's Martin Beck novels.
There isn't a moment's peace for Lilian.
True life story of the highest altitude emegency parachute jump, made in 1960.
The GQT team visit Stamford in Lincolnshire, with Eric Robson in the chair.
1/4 Tom Rachman describes how a protest threatens to turn into a coup in genteel Kensington.
John Wilson on George McGovern, Fiorenzo Magni, Paul Kurtz, Mike Morris and Roy Bates.
Your views on the BBC's Savile coverage, and how do you make a programme in a prison?
Tush and Toller on the extraordinary names the fishing community has given its members.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news with Carolyn Quinn.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
8/9 Sandi Toksvig with Jeremy Hardy, Hugo Rifkind, Roisin Conaty and Kevin Day.
Emma is feeling low.
Playwright Jez Butterworth, Russell T Davies' latest TV show, and soundscapes on the move.
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the political debate programme from Blackheath in South London.
In his third talk on understanding China, Martin Jacques explores the nature of race.
1/3 Mark Lawson uses crime fiction to trace modern Czech, German, Swedish and Dutch history.
US growth is strong, Syria ceasefire violations, and abuse in UK care homes.
10/10 There is wonderful news for Grace, but joy is short lived.
Justin Webb and Frances Fyfield tell Harriett Gilbert about the books they love.
Mark D'Arcy reports on the day's events at Westminster.
Richard and Bill are divided on whether to move to the Philippines after retirement.
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
Prayer and reflection with the Rev Neil Gardner, minister of Canongate Kirk, Edinburgh.
'We drove Dracula country in a Communist car.' A listener's Cold War trip in a Wartburg.
Saturday 27 October 2012