The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
'Thatcherism' - was it a distinct ideology? Also, the rise of thrift 'chic'.
The bells of St Mary the Virgin, Hanbury, Worcestershire.
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 Monsignor Tony Rogers.
Farmers fear price cuts may lie ahead on milk sold for cheesemaking. With Caz Graham.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Morning news and current affairs. Includes Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Jonathan Freedland talks to Adam Rutherford, Barbara Sahakian and Steve Jones.
1/5 As she grew up, journalist Emma Brockes knew little of her mother's past.
Actress Suranne Jones; caring for dementia sufferers; Hsiao-Hung Pai on the sex trade.
1/5 By Liz Rigbey. Stories from village life in the troubled and violent Pak-Afghan mountains.
2/3 Mike Berlin meets Somalis whose families have lived in Butetown for a century.
3/4 Rita has to cope with a challenging gig in France.
Julian Worricker talks to publishers, retailers and authors at the London Book Fair.
As Prime Minister, Lady Thatcher appeared to have little time for the arts and literature.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
21/30 The sounds of nature give way before the coming of the industrial din.
Vicky enjoys motherhood.
1/2 Sandy and William solve the mystery of a newborn baby abandoned at the Old Beeches. (R)
4/6 Three University of Leicester students take on their professors in the upbeat quiz.
Tim Hayward bites into Britain's growing chilli scene, from growers to expert eaters.
Gwyneth Lewis explores the fascinating history of the Somali community of Tiger Bay.
3/6 Aleks Krotoski explores how people disentangle their digital lives.
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/6 With panellists Rhod Gilbert, Richard Osman, Lucy Beaumont and John Finnemore.
Hayley and Roy come up trumps.
White House action film Olympus Has Fallen, and the Granta Best of Young British Novelists
Margaret Thatcher's deep hostility to European integration erupted in Parliament in 1990.
1/3 Anne looks at the Roman era, when Colchester was the capital of Britannia.
Lucy Ash on why battling HIV and AIDS in Ukraine - Europe's hotspot - is so challenging.
The future of open science? Fewer dusty journals, more research in the cloud.
Venezuela's new president - but will the opposition accept the result? With Ritula Shah.
1/5 Pride and disillusionment as a soldier questions his age-old loyalty.
In Delhi and Jaipur, Chris Ledgard explores the passion and politics of language in India.
Sean Curran reports, as the Commons returns from its Easter break.
Scientists are using a new form of genetic engineering to breed disease-resistant animals.
Tuesday 16 April 2013