The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/3 A married man runs a terrible risk when out for a walk in the park with his mistress. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of the Church of St Peter and St Paul, Tonbridge, Kent.
Science writer Emma Byrne explores the benefits of swearing. (R)
The latest national and international news.
Samira Ahmed asks what we do when new revelations throw our past convictions into doubt.
Chris Sperring goes to the River Dart in Devon to look for mandarin ducks.
The latest weather forecast.
The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme, presented by Edward Stourton.
Graham Norton presents an appeal on behalf of World Child Cancer.
Live from Emmanuel Church, Didsbury. Preacher: Debra Green OBE. Leader: Andrew Graystone.
John Gray turns to the writer Patricia Highsmith for a perspective on the meaning of evil. (R)
David Attenborough presents the sounds and story of the nightingale. (R)
Sunday morning magazine programme.
Matt's got a lot on his mind, and Jazzer loses his rag.
Alice Walker, author of The Color Purple, is interviewed by Kirsty Young.
6/6 With panellists Mark Watson, Tony Hawks, Lucy Porter and Ed Byrne. David Mitchell hosts. (R)
Sheila Dillon asks if food and nutrition should have a bigger role in treating cancer.
Global news and analysis presented by Shaun Ley.
Profile of the pioneering 1940s civil rights radio series Destination Freedom. (R)
Postbag edition from the potting shed at Sparsholt College, hosted by Eric Robson. (R)
Fi Glover with the series that proves it's surprising what you hear when you listen.
1/2 Istanbul, 1938. A writer becomes obsessed with the life of an infamous master criminal.
Mariella Frostrup talks to Louise Erdrich about her new novel The Round House.
Roger McGough with a diverse range of poetry read by Kerry Elkins and John Mackay.
Jonathan Powell, Tony Blair's chief of staff, asks what makes a great foreign minister. (R)
1/8 As tensions again simmer over Europe, Sandi Toksvig imagines the effect on one UK family. (R)
Catherine Bott chooses the best of BBC Radio this week.
Josh shares his ideas.
With guest panellists John O'Farrell and Jane Thynne. Author of the Week is Mark Twain.
1/3 By Claire Powell. An alcohol-driven love affair goes wrong when the man starts to get fit.
Angelina Jolie's 87% cancer risk examined. And is the UK suffering a Romanian crime wave? (R)
Matthew Bannister on Joe Farman, Dr Margaret White, Sir Terence Beckett and Arnold Peters. (R)
Card payment glitches at contactless terminals and customers fobbed off after air delays. (R)
Graham Norton presents an appeal on behalf of World Child Cancer. (R)
Peter Day hears from the pioneers of the rapidly-advancing world of digital manufacturing. (R)
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
George Parker of the FT analyses how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
Francine Stock on The Great Gatsby premiere and films to watch out for at Cannes. (R)
Samira Ahmed asks what we do when new revelations throw our past convictions into doubt. (R)
Poverty versus abundance in the US. Plus managing a social stigma for people who stammer. (R)
A reading and a reflection to start the day with the Rev Mary Stallard.
Charlotte Smith asks why it's not all roses for Britain's homegrown flower industry.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
David Attenborough presents the sounds and story of the seabird, the shag.
Monday 20 May 2013