The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/5 Novelist David Mitchell introduces a unique book written by 13-year-old with severe autism
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 the Rev Frank Sellar.
A finale for farm subsidies - the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy is agreed.
Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the story and sound of the marsh warbler.
Osborne and Balls on the Spending Review, plus the power of British gothic film.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Chinese book Romance of the Three Kingdoms.
4/5 Author David Mitchell introduces a unique book written by a 13-year-old with severe autism
Jenni Murray talks to the young activists getting involved in feminist causes.
4/5 1920. Vera takes on more responsibilities at the orphanage.
The Libyans still waiting for reconciliation, and other reporters' despatches.
Mark Burman strips away the layers of Stuart Freeborn's remarkable life in movie make-up. (R)
Winifred Robinson on the Green Deal take-up, and how lower-alcohol wines drive the market.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
4/5 Richard found his mother through the Salvation Army, only to discover he had a brother. (R)
The big day arrives at Bridge Farm.
By Sarah Cartwright. Black comedy about one man's attempts to pay his vet's bill.
6/6 Clare Balding walks with Tara Bariana, who recalls his extraordinary walk home to India.
Michaela Strachan presents an appeal on behalf of Send a Cow.
Neil Gaiman talks to Mariella Frostrup about his works for children and adults alike. (R)
Director Evan Goldberg talks to Francine Stock about apocalypse comedy This Is the End.
How 700,000-year-old horse DNA could change the way scientists study evolution.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/4 Day one on the colony and they've lost the food, the air, the commander and the mood music (R)
Pip has some news.
Liz Lochhead on Mary Queen of Scots exhibition, Mike Figgis, and the music of Miles Davis.
4/5 1920. Vera takes on more responsibilities at the orphanage. (R)
What information do internet companies have on us, and how can we delete it? (R)
Entrepreneurs discuss their start-up stories with Evan Davis.
How 700,000-year-old horse DNA could change the way scientists study evolution. (R)
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Chinese book Romance of the Three Kingdoms. (R)
Fresh claims about police snooping on the Macpherson inquiry.
4/10 Alan Tealing finally learns the true purpose of the former CIA man's visit.
1/4 John Thomson, Helen Moon and Fiona Clarke perform sketches sent in by the public.
Rachel Byrne reports from Westminster.
Charlotte Smith looks at what austerity cuts could mean for the countryside.
Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the story and sound of the reed warbler.
Friday 28 June 2013