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The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Laurie Taylor pays tribute to the work and legacy of the sociologist, Stan Cohen.
The bells of St Margaret's Church, Dunham Massey, Cheshire.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
A reading and a reflection to start the day on Radio 4 with the Rev Johnston McKay.
How can retailers regain trust? Charlotte Smith examines Red Tractor standards.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Evan Davis chairs a discussion providing insight into business from the people at the top. (R)
What knock-on effect will recent retail collapses have on the high street? (R)
Following the resignation of Pope Benedict, Edward Stourton looks at his life and legacy. (R)
1/5 On Regent Street, Tim Harford looks at heated pants and the business of innovation. (R)
2/6 Jay Rayner and the panel field culinary questions from a local audience in Neath, Wales. (R)
3/4 Milos Foreman, Sir Peter Shaffer and Sir Neville Marriner talk to Paul Gambaccini. (R)
Andrew Marr with Grayson Perry, Virginia Nicholson, Faramerz Dabhoiwala & Janice Galloway. (R)
1/5 An account of an execution Orwell attended while in the Indian Imperial Police.
Home: a sense of place. A special edition of Woman's Hour presented by Jane Garvey. (R)
1/15 War breaks out, and everything changes for the Cazalet family.
Lemn Sissay celebrates Vicar Shaw, a botanist who found exotic plants on tips and dumps.
5/6 Damien comes to the rescue when an author is knocked unconscious at a literary festival.
Michael Mosley looks at health advice on diet, drink and exercise.
The latest weather forecast.
4/5 How Bill Phillips - war hero, croc-hunter - became one of the fathers of macro-economics. (R)
2/5 More than just 'da da da dum' - how Beethoven's famous symphony touched people's lives. (R)
1/5 1974. Historians Correlli Barnett and Paul Johnson clash on the causes of Britain's demise (R)
There's heartbreak for Lynda.
4/4 By Jonathan Holloway. Summer 1947, Eric has moved to Jura. With Joseph Millson.
Russell Davies hosts the first semi-final in the 2013 series of the general knowledge quiz
Sheila Dillon explores a bulb which arouses strong feelings - and aromas - garlic.
Susan Hitch finds out about the boys who created the female roles in Shakespeare's plays.
Ernie Rea and guests discuss the beliefs and practices of Rastafari.
What led avowed socialist George Orwell to write a novel that is beloved of the Right? (R)
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/5 Tim Harford tells the story of Chris Ferguson, who applied game theory to poker, and won. (R)
2/8 Paul Merton, Gyles Brandreth, Alun Cochrane and Stephen Mangan join Nicholas Parsons.
Alice is on a covert operation.
Mark Lawson visits a major exhibition of work by pioneering pop artist Roy Lichtenstein.
Isabel Hilton reports on how New York is learning from the lessons of Hurricane Sandy.
David Goodhart asks whether too much stress on social mobility has demeaned ordinary jobs.
The new corona virus - has it really mutated to be able to jump between humans?
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy. (R)
6/8 Doctor Gordon tries a shocking treatment and Esther takes matters into her own hands.
Tony Harrison's controversial poem gets its British radio debut. Very strong language.
1/20 David Attenborough talks about filming in one of nature's most inaccessible places. (R)
News from BBC Radio 4.
Charlotte Smith visits a 'nature friendly' farm run by the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust. (R)
Tuesday 19 February 2013