The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 By Paul Kildea. Biography of the composer, published in the year marking his centenary.
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 Canon Noel Battye.
The EU's fisheries policy is expected to get the biggest shake-up in its history today.
Including NHS neglect, Vince Cable on RBS, and Kraftwerk revisiting past their albums.
Libby Purves meets psychologist Dr Bertolt Meyer and actor Trader Faulkner.
3/5 Paul Kildea. Biography of the composer, published in the year marking his centenary.
Grayson and Philippa Perry's wardrobe, and actress Laila Morse. Presented by Jenni Murray.
3/5 Michael and Jon are reunited, and Mary Ann's relationship with Burke is blossoming.
3/4 Chris Ledgard meets the men who set up LIFFE, the futures market which shook up the City.
6/6 Clare is relishing the role of acting team leader at the family centre.
Why BT still prints phone books, plus how much do hospitals tell us when things go wrong?
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news with Martha Kearney.
3/5 Dominic Arkwright meets the man who took a call from the sister he didn't know existed.
Jazzer is tempted.
By Richard Lumsden. 110-year-old Billy wants to remember what love is like before he dies. (R)
Financial phone-in. Do you need help with energy prices and efficiency?
Dr Mark Porter on how the technology that identified Richard III could help the rest of us
Organised crime in the UK - how has it changed? Also, the Mafia in the UK.
Dido Harding, CEO of TalkTalk, on YouView; the winner of the UK's biggest local TV licence
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/6 It's cold, dark and there's no food on board. What better time for Gertie to fall to bits?
Will reacts angrily.
Harry Hill on his return to stand-up comedy, plus Hollywood actor John C Reilly.
Engaging debate on the moral virtue of marriage. Chaired by Michael Buerk.
4/5 How Bill Phillips - war hero, croc-hunter - became one of the fathers of macro-economics.
How satellite technology and advances in robotics may revolutionise the future of farming.
Public inquiry finds NHS needs 'fundamental culture change'. Ritula Shah presents.
8/10 Orwell befriends a tramp called Paddy, and they seek shelter in a Salvation Army hostel.
6/6 Sarah's group tackles more problems, including a trapeze artist being bullied at work. (R)
The best of the day in the Commons and the Lords with Rachel Byrne.
Changes to the way European fishermen work - what will they mean for the fishing industry?
Thursday 7 February 2013