The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/3 A charming family are helped to escape the hands of a grasping social-climbing couple. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of All Saints Church in Worcester.
Edward Stourton on Margaret Hodge, who is enjoying an Indian summer in her political life.
The latest national and international news.
Against a background of economic insecurity, Mark Tully discusses the moral side to debt.
Trai Anfield revels in a sound spectacle on International Dawn Chorus Day.
The latest weather forecast.
The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
Includes a report on the Rise Up! Australia Party and a discussion about assisted dying.
James McAvoy presents an appeal on behalf of Retrak.
Fr Aidan Rossiter CJ is the preacher at Mass, live from St George's College, Weybridge.
John Gray draws on Walter de la Mare to argue against the creed of scientific materialism.
Sunday morning magazine programme.
Josh has a proposition, and Matt receives some interesting information.
Sue MacGregor's guests recall the Hutton Inquiry and the BBC's bitter row with government.
4/6 With Henning Wehn, Katherine Ryan, Graeme Garden and Lloyd Langford. David Mitchell hosts.
Inside one kitchen, 13 strangers from all over Europe share food and stories.
Emma Barnett asks what rights we have to our online life and if deleting is desirable. (R)
The team visit the East Malling Research Centre, with Eric Robson in the chair.
Fi Glover introduces four conversations recorded by school children.
1/2 JB Priestley's comedy of greed and redemption in the City, dramatised by Martin Jameson.
Gillian Clarke discusses her poetry collection Ice with James Naughtie and readers.
Roger McGough with poems praising the heavenly and the everyday.
Sally Marlow investigates the addictive nature of overeating and how we should treat it.
Sheila McClennon chooses the best of BBC Radio.
Jill has a plan.
Poet and comedian Tim Key sleuths out what makes a great literary opening line. (R)
2/3 A love of card games leads a young Orkneyman into temptation... and deep trouble.
Tim Harford talks to a student whose work raises questions about austerity policies.
Matthew Bannister on George Jones, Jim Mortimer, Deanna Durbin, Janos Starker.
What lenders are doing to help customers with interest-only mortgages. With Paul Lewis.
Peter Day and a panel of experts help unemployed young people with their job search.
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Hugo Rifkind of the Times analyses how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
Francine Stock talks to director Pedro Almodovar about raunchy comedy film I'm So Excited.
Laurie Taylor explores a unique piece of research done by BBC Lab UK and social scientists (R)
A reading and reflection with the Rev Dr Peter McGrail of Liverpool Hope University.
On a busy day for garden centres, Sybil Ruscoe looks behind the scenes at a plant supplier
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
David Attenborough introduces the male cuckoo.
Monday 6 May 2013