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3/5 George Orwell attempts to reconcile his strong patriotic feelings with his left-wing views
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.
One of Amsterdam's most famous restaurants has been selling horse steaks as beef.
What's to be done about our jury system? Plus Kevin Ayers remembered.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss Evelyn Waugh's comic novel Decline and Fall.
4/5 The author's thoughts on the subject of pleasure.
Actress Mia Wasikowska talks to Aasmah Mir, and we hear about Helena Rubinstein's career.
4/15 As Rupert leaves for the navy, an old friend provides consolation for Clary and Polly.
A bitter conflict in Thailand and despatches from Italy, Singapore, Uganda, and Egypt.
Philip Sweeney on music, crime and culture in Marseille, 2013 European City of Culture.
Electricity smart meters, Spotify subscriptions and unadopted roads.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news with Martha Kearney.
4/5 Edward Stourton revisits broadcast debates from the archives. Pornography and censorship. (R)
Pat's holiday mood comes to an abrupt end.
1/4 Immortal wanderer Pilgrim must fight the malevolent Mr Speed for a stolen midsummer bride.
3/6 Clare Balding explores the Longdendale Trail and why walking can cement a friendship.
Lorna Smith, who has experienced homelessness, presents an appeal on behalf of St Mungo's.
Mariella Frostrup talks to David Baddiel and Naomi Alderman about the Jewish novel.
Matthew Sweet talks to Tom Tykwer, one of the directors of Cloud Atlas.
Why does a virus manage to infect us and make us ill so quickly?
Eddie Mair presents coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
6/6 Stephen K Amos compiles an idiot's guide to health and medicine.
Paul makes an exciting announcement.
Jackson brothers Jackie, Marlon and Tito; Meera Syal in a new global debt play.
Are the centuries of legal union between England and Wales coming to an end?
Evan Davis and guests discuss the challenges of doing business in and out of Africa.
1/2 Professional listeners reveal how there is far more to listening than hearing.
The UK aid budget and the Italian elections. News round-up with Carolyn Quinn.
Deborah Moggach's story about affairs of the heart, exclusively for Book at Bedtime.
3/4 Adam Riches takes the listener back to the Wild West to tell the story of Big Rich.
3/4 Humphrey Ker presents the Three Englishmen, Max and Ivan, and Frisky and Mannish. (R)
What will it take to stop fly-grazing of horses? The NFU calls for ASBOs.
Friday 22 February 2013