The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/5 As the amell approaches, it's time to dash to a grubbery.
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 Pastor Alex Robertson.
Charlotte Smith asks what the Autumn Statement means for the green economy and for farmers
Osborne and Balls on the Autumn Statement, plus sentencing guidelines and 'road wars'.
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss influential British philosopher Bertrand Russell.
4/5 Feeling refreshed after your post-lunch slooming? Then get on with your faciendum.
Phyllida Lloyd and Melissa Dunne on gender-blind casting, and activist Alaa Murabit.
4/5 Reality hits as Nick and Naomi try and settle the baby into their lives.
Linda Pressly looks at the disturbing story of rape and sexual abuse in America's prisons.
Trevor Cox on the physics behind the way orchestral instruments make their unique sound.
Delays to Green Deal energy assessments, professional dog walkers and Christmas loans.
The latest weather forecast.
Martha Kearney presents national and international news.
4/5 Doctors from the UK and Mexico compare notes.
Mike takes the plunge.
By Gary Ogin. Actors often take odd jobs to survive. But can Stevie tackle psychotherapy?
Jules Hudson discovers the secrets of 'The Canal That Never Was'.
The St Martin-in-the-Fields Christmas Appeal. Give on 0800 082 8284 or Radio 4 website.
Sathnam Sanghera discusses his award-winning memoir The Boy with the Topknot.
Martin McDonagh and Sam Rockwell on Seven Psychopaths, and Charlotte Rampling on I, Anna.
How science can save boring climate talks and an interview with DNA pioneer James Watson.
Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/6 Chief registrar Malcolm Fox is a stickler for regulations at Woodborough Register Office. (R)
Kenton is nervous.
The Bodyguard musical, Dave Brubeck remembered, and Jeff Park on the latest crime fiction.
Matthew Hill asks why the Cornwall surgeon Rob Jones remained in practice so long.
Peter Day visits two Swiss pharmaceutical companies to look at future drug development.
14/24 Brett Westwood reports from the Scottish Natural Heritage conference in Edinburgh.
Egyptian protests escalate, Ghana's oil-driven elections, and creating a capital city.
9/10 Howard Jacobson's hilarious tale of the coming-of-age of a wannabe ping-pong champion.
6/6 The call centre installs a thermostat, which makes temperatures rise.
MPs reflect on the future of rail services on the West Coast Mainline. Sean Curran reports
The government's latest plans for controlling ash dieback. With Charlotte Smith.
Friday 7 December 2012