The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/3 Daniel Taylor throws a ball into the air, with unexpected results. By Mick Jackson. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of St Mary Magdalene, Ditcheat, Somerset.
Steven Poole argues that we should resist the idea that humans are irrational. (R)
The latest national and international news.
Mark Tully examines the nature of religious visions and visionaries.
Hundreds of farms across the country open their doors to the public for Open Farm Sunday.
The latest weather forecast.
The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
Edward Stourton with Justine Greening, Secretary of State for International Development.
Clare Short presents an appeal on behalf of Africa Educational Trust.
The Call to Care: A service from Blackburn Cathedral marking National Carers' Week.
Tom Shakespeare asks if compassion can be taught, in the first of his four essays. (R)
Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the story and sound of the nightjar. (R)
Sunday morning magazine programme.
Brian turns a bit frosty, and Lynda pricks Jim's conscience.
Conrad Anker, mountaineer, is interviewed by Kirsty Young.
3/6 With panellists Paul Merton, Richard Herring, Gyles Brandreth and Russell Kane. (R)
Sheila Dillon explores how bereavement can change our relationship with food.
Writer and comedian Stewart Lee explores the television series Children of the Stones. (R)
Eric Robson chairs the horticultural panel programme in Stoke-on-Trent. (R)
Fi Glover with a selection of conversations uploaded by listeners themselves.
2/2 At his posting near the Russian border, Carl's life is about to take a turn for the worse.
Mark Billingham on his DI Tom Thorne in The Dying Hours, and reportage in book form.
Roger McGough with requests for poetry by John Agard, Louise Bennett and Kathleen Jamie.
Are there lessons in the collapse of the UK's biggest elderly care home abuse inquiry? (R)
4/8 Writer and actress Katy Wix creates a fictional response to a story from the week's news. (R)
Caz Graham makes her selection of highlights from the past seven days of BBC Radio.
Pip is glad of the break.
With guests John O'Farrell and Jane Thynne. This week's author is William Blake.
1/3 By Ron Rash. Life in the American heartlands is overshadowed by the actions of a daughter.
Tim Harford explores the world of official statistics, plus the chances of having twins. (R)
Mark Coles on Tom Sharpe, Nigel Hepper, Anne Valery, Henri Dutilleux, Molly Clutton-Brock. (R)
The new PIP benefit, the FOS answers listeners' complaints, and direct debits. (R)
Clare Short presents an appeal on behalf of Africa Educational Trust. (R)
As the gap grows between English north and south, is regional policy a waste of time? (R)
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
John Kampfner of the Independent analyses how the papers are covering the biggest stories.
Michael Douglas talks to Francine Stock about playing Liberace in Behind the Candelabra. (R)
Mark Tully examines the nature of religious visions and visionaries. (R)
Employees who pursue private actitivies at work. Also, 'long hours' work culture. (R)
The bells of St Mary Magdalene, Ditcheat, Somerset. (R)
Spiritual comment and prayer with Perthshire minister, the Rev Marjory MacLean.
Bananas are under threat as farmer workers in Colombia plan to strike. With Robin Markwell
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the story and sound of the barn owl.
Monday 10 June 2013