The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/5 By the age of 22, Maya has left home with her five-year-old son to live in rented rooms.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Anna Magnusson, writer and broadcaster, with spiritual comment and prayer to start the day
Caz Graham hears how struggling Scottish tenant farmers are calling for rent freezes.
Cameron-Merkel meeting, children and paid apps, plus Graham Greene's 'sacred waterfall'.
Fifty years on, Sue MacGregor reunites the founding cast and crew of Doctor Who.
5/5 Maya is in Sweden for the filming of her screenplay and in need of some motherly support.
Maureen Lipman, Scottish artist Joan Eardley, and China's first lady Peng Liyuan.
5/5 Madame Frabelle and Miss Flummerfelt are unaware that Bruce is trying to win Edith back.
James Pennebaker proved that simply writing about how you feel can improve your health.
2/4 Professor Tony is struggling to understand the mathematical basis for social interaction.
Consumer news with Peter White, on 'bedroom factories', ATOS and ebooks from the library.
Val and Kellymarie came from different backgrounds to face life's hardest challenges.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
20/30 The soundscape of civil conflict in 18th-century Paris and 19th-century America.
Lilian receives an apology.
1/2 Probate detectives Dan and Rachel's search for an heir leads them to 1950s Kenya.
The team visits Stony Stratford in North Buckinghamshire, with Peter Gibbs in the chair.
3/3 By Ian Madden. Quietly moving story of a family feud, and one woman's efforts to heal it.
Matthew Bannister on Baroness Thatcher, Sir Robert Edwards and Marcel Van Cleemput.
Did Radio 4 news go OTT on the death of Baroness Thatcher? And why trail TV on Radio 4?
Two railway managers speak candidly about dealing with fatalities on the network.
Interviews, context and analysis.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
Jazzer seals a deal.
Oliver Stone; a new opera with a libretto by David Mitchell; ballet film First Position.
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Exeter.
Adam Gopnik on the difference between magic and science.
4/6 David Hendy continues his series, exploring 17th and 18th-century sounds.
North Korea, Venezuela election and housing benefit changes, with Carolyn Quinn.
5/5 Jerry's absence is discovered. Major Glendinning believes he may have joined the enemy.
2/9 Galileo, charged with heresy for saying the earth revolved around the sun, is championed.
Comedian, journalist and GP, Dr Phil Hammond selects his favourite books and poems. (R)
Nigel and Roger climbed Everest together yet found it to be a very different experience.
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Monsignor Tony Rogers.
'Sex is funny' - Ray Cooney on farce. Plus, Mrs Thatcher's green credentials.
Saturday 13 April 2013