The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Older people in residential care - a landmark study. Also, an archaeology of homelessness.
The bells of Howden Minster, East Yorkshire.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Prayer and reflection with Church of Scotland elder Alison Twaddle.
Proposals to relax testing for BSE in cattle are welcomed by vets and the meat industry.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
The latest on the floods, plus press regulation, and the Rolling Stones reviewed.
Andrew Marr talks with Katinka Barysch, Gisela Stuart, Douglas Carswell and Karen Leeder.
1/5 Tom Reiss's new book reveals that Alexandre Dumas' father inspired his son's novels.
Tanni Grey-Thompson, Stooshe perform live, and why more women are taking up farming.
1/5 Mike and Rani's cosy night in is disrupted by some startling accusations.
After a cancer diagnosis, musician Nile Rodgers walks the streets of New York.
3/4 With new partners on the scene, the possibility of progeny is not welcomed by everyone.
Selling your clothes, cutting deaths among young drivers and attracting bands to your town
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news with Martha Kearney.
1/5 Novelist and poet Matthias Politycki explores the shifting image of his native country.
Emma faces a quandary.
1/4 McLevy investigates a series of street attacks on clients of the Just Land.
The nationwide general knowledge quiz, chaired by Russell Davies.
Sheila Dillon meets finalists in the Food and Farming Awards offering ideas for the future
Novelist Naomi Alderman investigates the extraordinary subculture of internet fan fiction.
2/6 Katy Brand joins Brian and Robin to discuss some unusual avenues of scientific research.
Carolyn Quinn with interviews, context and analysis.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/6 Jack Dee chairs, as regulars Tim, Barry and Graeme are joined on the panel by Jeremy Hardy
Lilian is feeling low.
Sports Book of the Year, Clint Eastwood back on screen, Evening Standard Theatre Awards.
David Shukman travels to Jordan to find out if science can bring peace in the Middle East.
El Salvador's gangs have made a truce. The murder rate has plummeted. Can it last?
Quentin Cooper investigates the science in the news and the news in science.
The new governor of the Bank of England will be Mark Carney - a surprise choice?
1/10 Howard Jacobson's hilarious tale of the coming-of-age of a wannabe ping-pong champion.
8/14 The audience asks Brinsley Forde questions about Aswad's 1981 reggae album New Chapter.
Sean Curran with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Farmers will have to change what they grow after Britain's soaking autumn takes hold.
Tuesday 27 November 2012