The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Holiday trips to the south coast expose the darker side of life in the north. (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 Alison Murdoch.
Feeding flies to livestock - Sybil Ruscoe looks at putting insect protein in animal feed.
David Attenborough presents the sounds and story of the storm petrel.
Afghan detentions debated, plus is obesity nature or nurture?
Libby Purves meets Jimmy Connors, Damian Barr, Jonathan Miller and Natalie Coleman.
3/5 Sixties glamour hits Reddish, while football binds father and son together.
Jessica Hynes on Up the Women, fears of a rubella outbreak, and screen icon Rita Hayworth.
8/10 Cody's son Luke makes the journey to Baltimore and the Homesick Restaurant.
4/4 Alan Dein hears stories from Peru, Canada and Israel about the power of belief.
2/6 Vicky decides to go camping, and it's intense.
How have the 12 Portas Pilot towns done in their first year?
Delay in a revaluation of business rates could do further damage to town centres.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
3/12 Peter White challenges our modern ideas of freaks - were they in fact great entrepreneurs?
It's a busy time for Jennifer. (R)
A dark psychological thriller by Sally Griffiths in which the past refuses to stay buried.
Vincent Duggleby and guests answer listeners' holiday questions.
Neuromyths in the classroom - how brain facts and fiction are being muddled up in schools. (R)
Laurie Taylor discusses life in the modern male prison. Also, jellied eels and 'disgust'.
How the media covered the Woolwich attack, rebranding News Corp, and a bit of Comic Relief
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/4 Thom Tuck presents the Beta Males, Shirley & Shirley, and Jonny & the Baptists.
Lilian finds it hard to be sympathetic, and Tom comes to the rescue.
Arts news and reviews with Mark Lawson, including Cultural Exchange with Antonia Fraser.
8/10 Cody's son Luke makes the journey to Baltimore and the Homesick Restaurant. (R)
Clive Anderson and guests discuss concerns that our courts are inhibiting free speech.
Anna Woodhouse explores what looking through glass and glasses means for us.
Could high-rise farming be the solution to feeding our cities or is it a utopian fantasy?
Libby Purves meets Jimmy Connors, Damian Barr, Jonathan Miller and Natalie Coleman. (R)
Rebel leaders in Syria accuse opposition coalition of failing them. With Carolyn Quinn.
3/10 Lucrezia frets about the strategic alliance her father is making with her marriage.
5/6 Nathan explains his attitude to animals and pets and his grandma's attitude to mice.
5/6 Guests include Graeme Garden, Johnny Daukes, Deborah Norton and Katie Davies. (R)
3/4 Alan Dein meets Dave Clifford, who swapped the police beat for a job at a London academy. (R)
Farmers at the Bath and West Show await the badger cull.
David Attenborough presents the sounds and story of the sedge warbler.
Thursday 30 May 2013