The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Her aunt's travels in India and a cousin who witnessed close-up the French Revolution.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A reading and a reflection to start the day, with the Rev Prof Maurice Scanlon.
Milk may be labelled with an amber warning for sugar content. Will shoppers be put off?
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
1/2 Fi Glover reveals how job opportunities for the two generations have dramatically changed.
3/5 Popular unrest and food riots, and her brother's military career.
Balding men, singles and sex, shared parenting and women in the law. With Jenni Murray.
3/5 Jim's plan to devote the week to writing a novel causes trouble.
Can scientists be compared to Premier League footballers? Alok Jha investigates.
3/6 The team's anxiety over redundancies is overshadowed by shattering news concerning Ray.
Electronic cigarettes could be restricted, if the government chooses to regulate them.
John Waite asks what is being done to tackle this threat to public health.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
3/5 Why the story of the armadillo is stranger than fiction, according to Richard Dawkins.
Rob receives the third degree.
Imagining the last days of Wallis Simpson, for whom King Edward VIII gave up the throne. (R)
The new flat-rate State Pension - how will you be affected? Paul Lewis takes your calls.
Dr Mark Porter presents a series that aims to demystify perplexing health issues.
Tracing the origins of neo-liberalism. Plus, the relationship between race and music.
Lord Hunt, the Chair of the Press Complaints Commission, on press self-regulation.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/6 As Carolyn and Martin row with a taxi and a bee, Douglas and Arthur play with an airport.
Brenda is on tenterhooks.
Actor Brian Cox, Bowie's video producer Tony Oursler, Vikings in Scotland, and Liz Forgan.
Nick Robinson and his guests discuss whether Britain's civil service should be reformed.
1/5 On Regent Street, Tim Harford looks at heated pants and the business of innovation.
1/2 Frolicking fossils and suggestive theories - the origins and evolution of sex.
Two foreigners killed, more taken hostage by Islamists militants. With Ritula Shah.
8/10 Dominic struggles to come to terms with the consequences of his actions.
3/6 Agony aunt Sarah and her group tackle problems like 'I'm childless and proud of it'. (R)
Susan Hulme with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Millions of burgers are withdrawn after horse meat is found. Are tighter checks needed?
Thursday 17 January 2013