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1/5 It's the beginning of the 1830s. The word reform is in the air, but who will press for it? (R)
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 Glenn Jordan.
The fish fight isn't over yet, as ministers meet in Brussels to rule on discards.
David Attenborough presents the sounds and story of the garden warbler.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
What links the English Channel to valleys on Mars? Jim talks to geologist Sanjeev Gupta.
Ritula Shah talks to Mark Boyle, who lived without money for almost three years.
2/5 The Whigs, led by Lord Grey, were the forerunners in pushing through Parliamentary reform.
Yoko Ono, dementia care and why debates around the table inspired Shami Chakrabarti.
2/5 When Aaron turns up after a year's absence, Howard knows it means trouble.
Can computer games help to solve the problems of the world? Alex Butterworth investigates.
1/4 Robert Winston explores music's origins. Are we really descended from singing cavemen?
Phone-in with Julian Worricker. What impact have EU policies had on people in the UK?
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
7/10 John remains in Lebanon visiting the town of Rachaiya and the crusader castle at Beaufort.
Alistair has to disappoint Darrell. (R)
1/5 An encounter on the Dover Road, and a message. (R)
History magazine programme.
Is the new generation of cruise ships a threat to our shores? Julian Rush investigates.
At the Brighton Festival, Michael Rosen and guests debate our linguistic ties with German.
7/9 John Cooper Clarke nominates Salvador Dali for great life status, melting clocks and all.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/4 Isy helps out Claire and Leigh, Matlock's new chef and her Elvis impersonator admirer.
Matt's got a lot on his mind.
The Great Gatsby, Eurovision Song Contest hopefuls, and Cultural Exchange with Anne Tyler.
2/5 When Aaron turns up after a year's absence, Howard knows it means trouble. (R)
Jonathan Powell, Tony Blair's chief of staff, asks what makes a great foreign minister.
James White from Guide Dogs explains legal changes to reduce attacks on assistance animals
Which methods work best for exam revision? Not the highlighter pen, apparently.
What links the English Channel to valleys on Mars? Jim talks to geologist Sanjeev Gupta. (R)
Seven convicted in Oxford child sex grooming case. News and analysis with David Eades.
2/10 The more Toby sees of his new minister, the less he understands.
3/4 Comedy by Alice Birch. An unhappy family mealtime with plenty of surprises on the table.
Susan Hulme and the BBC parliamentary team report from Westminster.
2/5 The Whigs, led by Lord Grey, were the forerunners in pushing through Parliamentary reform. (R)
Free range egg sales are increasing, but are there too many free range for our baskets?
David Attenborough presents the sounds and story of the blackcap.
Wednesday 15 May 2013