The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/5 Now an enemy of the state, d'Annunzio struggles to keep his utopian experiment alive.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg.
"Were there school lessons in Auschwitz?" A Holocaust survivor on sharing his story.
News headlines, plus a look at the papers.
The latest weather forecast.
Felicity Evans visits the Black Isle where residents are collecting landscape memories.
Changes are planned to EU subsidies but how will they affect farming and the countryside?
Labour and EU referendums, BBC journalists 'intimidated', and are Britons bad complainers?
Sian Williams and Richard Coles with Sean Hughes; Tamasin Day-Lewis's Inheritance Tracks.
4/4 Pauline Black takes listeners to the city she has adopted as her home town.
Anne McElvoy of the Economist looks behind the scenes at Westminster.
French men go to seduction school - and other despatches from reporters worldwide.
The Money Box Saving Challenge, IFA value for money and the monster shock bill victory.
6/8 Satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate from the University of Surrey in Guildford.
Listeners' responses to this week's Any Questions?
Tamsin Greig narrates this dramatised tale of the corrupting effect of power.
Mary Beard on online abuse; Tales of the City author Armistead Maupin; Aimee Mann sings.
Full coverage of the day's news.
Evan Davis and guests explore the ups and downs of running a family business.
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
7/8 In a week of wintry weather Cath Staincliffe imagines a world where the snow never stops.
Lincoln, Zero Dark Thirty and the new Manet exhibition at the Royal Academy.
Maxwell Hutchinson on the architects who rebuilt Britain after the Second World War. (R)
2/2 The arrival of Janet's mother triggers a reaction that will have calamitous repercussions.
Nick Robinson examines how decisions are reached behind closed doors in Westminster.
Russell Davies chairs the latest heat in the 60th season of the general knowledge quiz.
Roger McGough with an abridged version of Isabella, by John Keats, read by Barbara Flynn.
2/3 The winters are particularly hard, but Neil revels in the isolation and tranquillity. (R)
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of St Francis Xavier's Cathedral, Adelaide, Australia.
2/5 The story of Al Roth, who worked out how to create a clearing-house for kidneys.
Sunday 27 January 2013