The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 The truth about writing reviews for a living and the oddities of the English language.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A reading and a reflection to start the day on Radio 4 with the Rev Johnston McKay.
Barcodes at the butchers - meat traceability in the light of the horsemeat scandal.
Has the investigation into police corruption overstepped its remit?
Libby Purves meets poet and playwright Owen Sheers and musical star Michael Ball.
3/5 George Orwell attempts to reconcile his strong patriotic feelings with his left-wing views
Anita Anand has visited Delhi and Jaipur for this special edition about women in India.
3/15 Louise finds a new friend in Stella Rose, but a theatre trip brings an unwelcome encounter
1/4 Alan Dein visits a private zoo up for sale in Borth, Wales, to meet owners and animals.
1/3 By Agatha Christie. An ex-policeman finds himself on the trail of a serial killer.
How the roll-out of the 4G mobile network could cause Freeview TV interference.
The latest weather forecast.
Martha Kearney presents national and international news.
3/5 Morality and freedom: Iris Murdoch and David Pears discuss the nature of morality. (R)
Jennifer urges caution.
A wild, sideways look at life in Romania under the Ceausescu regime by Csaba Szekely. (R)
Financial phone-in with Paul Lewis, discussing how to pay for long-term care.
Can drinking urine save your life? Heart risks of diclofenac and hospital food as medicine
Weapon dogs - status canines as urban menace. Also, the Scottish subculture of 'neds'.
Does advertising junk food make kids fat? Plus, James Purnell returns to the BBC.
Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/6 Sue Perkins hosts the panel show of moral and ethical choices.
Pat's holiday mood comes to an abrupt end.
A Chorus Line; new film Song for Marion reviewed; footballer Walter Tull's life on stage.
Michael Buerk and guests debate the morality of private education.
Baroness Helena Kennedy QC considers what it means to abandon being human.
UK landfills are full. Should we create energy from our waste? Tom Heap investigates.
The day's news with Ritula Shah. The Vicky Pryce trial - do we need to rethink juries?
8/8 With Doctor Nolan's help, Esther can finally fly free.
3/4 The perils of decorating and furnishing our homes and then inviting people round. (R)
1/6 Dan Antopolski, Tom Craine and Nat Luurtsema piece together a rapid-fire sketch show.
2/4 Humphrey Ker presents sketch groups the Noise Next Door, the Boom Jennies and Jigsaw. (R)
One of Amsterdam's most famous restaurants has been selling horse steaks as beef.
Thursday 21 February 2013