The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 1915, and d'Annunzio risks death when he takes to the air on a daring propaganda mission.
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 the Rev Dr Calvin Samuel.
The Government is bringing in tighter controls over plant imports into the UK.
David Cameron's EU speech, Heathrow snow delays and new Doctor Who stories.
2/2 Fi Glover discovers how the transition to adulthood has changed since the 1960s.
3/5 Peace for d'Annunzio spells disaster, and he looks to further his military ambitions.
Mary Beard on online abuse, soprano Barbara Hannigan, Tina Renton. With Jenni Murray.
3/5 Threat of enforced retirement distracts Price, as a 17 year old dies from legal drug use.
1/4 The rise and fall of Lymeswold cheese - the first new British cheese in 200 years.
4/6 Brian and Clare are struggling with their son, when they bump into their beloved nanny.
Are tourists falling out of love with our city centre Big Wheels? With Winifred Robinson.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
3/5 Murray Lachlan Young writes a ballad on festival litter-pickers and what they can teach us
Emma helps out.
1931. More than friendship is at stake when Oswald Mosley gives a speech in Birmingham.
Vincent Duggleby and guests take your calls on saving and investing.
Dr Mark Porter goes on a weekly quest to demystify the health issues that perplex us.
Climate change - why is it denied by so many? Plus class, commuting and the 'tube'.
Why aren't there more women on radio and tv as experts, commentators and presenters?
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/6 The crew of MJN Air have to face a real live king and a mythical fax machine.
Lynda makes a discovery.
Spielberg's Lincoln; Hilary Mantel; crime writer Adrian McKinty; Lesley Joseph on panto.
3/5 As Katie is drawn into Grant's plan, the reasons for her imprisonment become clear. (R)
Nick Robinson examines how decisions are reached behind closed doors in Westminster.
2/5 The story of Al Roth, who worked out how to create a clearing-house for kidneys.
2/2 There may be only two sexes but nature has evolved many weird ways to make female and male
Cameron promises in/out EU referendum by end of 2017. Presented by Ritula Shah.
3/5 The competing charms of Art and Music vie for Miss Brodie's favours.
4/6 Agony aunt Sarah and her group tackle more problems, including 'It's me or the dog!'. (R)
Sean Curran with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
MEPs vote on changes to the £40 billion subsidy given to European farmers.
Thursday 24 January 2013