The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Now re-established on the throne, Shah Shuja announces a fresh start for Afghanistan.
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 Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg.
Horse DNA is found in Spanish beef burgers. Anna Hill reports.
Police recruitment plans, plus UK cancer rates and poet Seamus Heaney.
Libby Purves is joined by Jimmy Osmond and royal events organiser Sir Michael Parker.
3/5 Shah Shuja has not been back in power long before the Afghans rise up in revolution.
Shanna Bukhari has been talking to UK women converting to Islam. She joins Jenni Murray.
3/5 Disillusioned, Mary Ann Singleton is considering moving back to Cleveland.
2/4 How South African secret police bombed the London HQ of the African National Congress.
5/6 Clare is in deep water at work, after an unprofessional mishap.
Petrol and diesel prices, mediation at work and online dating. With Winifred Robinson.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
3/5 Does colour change the way we feel and behave? Tracey Logan investigates.
Vicky makes some introductions.
Held for 20 years in Spandau prison, Albert Speer invented global journeys to keep sane. (R)
Vincent Duggleby presents a financial phone-in on insurance.
Dr Mark Porter on alcohol, caffeine shampoo, targeted cancer therapies and halitosis.
With Laurie Taylor. Featuring Russian women prisoners and rock climbers in conflict.
Former Sunday Times Editor Sir Harold Evans on press regulation and the Leveson Inquiry.
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/6 When his mum falls ill, Martin has to deal with a sister, a van and a moustache.
Ruth feels left out.
Rowan Atkinson on stage, Costa-winner Hilary Mantel and Samuel West in Hyde Park on Hudson
The morality behind Nimbyism and the HS2 project. Debate chaired by David Aaronovitch.
3/5 Tim Harford tells the story of Thomas Schelling, who used economics to avert war.
Can Germany produce all its power from green energy? Tom Heap investigates.
David Cameron visits Algeria for talks on Islamist militants in North and West Africa.
3/10 Penniless in Paris, Orwell gets a job as a plongeur - a slave's slave.
5/6 Agony aunt Sarah tackles more problems, including the case of a mother in need of quiet. (R)
Susan Hulme with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
British demands that the European Commission gets tough over the sows stall ban.
Thursday 31 January 2013