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3/5 Peace for d'Annunzio spells disaster, and he looks to further his military ambitions.
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.
MEPs vote on changes to the £40 billion subsidy given to European farmers.
Immigration backlogs, plus the IMF on UK austerity, and ball boys and footballers.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss Romulus and Remus, the foundation myth of Rome.
4/5 D'Annunzio transforms the Croatian port of Fiume into a delinquent city-state.
Armistead Maupin talks to Jenni Murray as Radio 4 dramatises his Tales of the City.
4/5 When Craven's team raid a farm for drugs, they are not prepared for the horrors discovered
Berlusconi swaggers back - and other despatches from reporters around the globe.
Susan Marling reports from the Hudson Valley on the painters that shaped America.
Radio 4's consumer affairs programme with Winifred Robinson.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
4/5 Murray Lachlan Young meets pole-dancers past and present and writes a ballad about them.
Lynda makes a discovery.
True story of woman's abduction in Ecuador and her husband and son's journey for justice. (R)
Felicity Evans visits the Black Isle where residents are collecting landscape memories.
Juliet Stevenson presents an appeal for international children's charity ChildHope.
Mariella Frostrup on Chinese literature, Eleanor Updale and a good time for debut novels.
Steven Spielberg - a special extended interview with Francine Stock on his film Lincoln.
How to design a new plane, bird flu, dog domestication and mackerel.
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/6 Stephen K Amos on facing fears, with Michael Redmond, Holly Walsh and Boothby Graffoe.
Alexei Sayle on his return to stand-up comedy; violinist Vanessa-Mae's Olympic dream.
4/5 Terry takes Katie on her first trip to the countryside and the pair grow closer. (R)
Phil Kemp examines the Police Federation and the resignation of Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell
Evan Davis and guests explore the ups and downs of running a family business.
21/24 Saving Species reports from the Congo basin on the plight of bonobos.
Libya, Syria and Israel's election. Presented by David Eades.
4/5 Gerda Stevenson reads Muriel Spark's much-loved classic. Mr Lloyd paints the Brodie girls.
3/4 Shedtown continues into surreal seaside chaos as it hits the headlines.
Alicia McCarthy with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Secretary of State Owen Paterson says MEPs' CAP reform proposals are a retrograde step.
Friday 25 January 2013