The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 In 1953, age 27, Henry Molaison undergoes experimental brain surgery.
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 Claire Campbell Smith.
A new report criticises the Food Standards Agency's response to the horsemeat crisis.
Steve Backshall presents the story and sound of the kingfisher.
Hospital death rate report, plus does the UK need a full-time nuclear deterrent?
Jonathan Freedland on shale gas, and the new Yorkshire coal finds of the 19th century.
2/4 Financial journalist Gillian Tett describes how she predicted the financial crisis in 2008
2/5 Henry's inability to recollect is laid bare, and a scientific journey of discovery begins.
Daniel Bergner on sexual desire, powerlister Yvette Cooper, Rick Stein and music festivals
2/5 Bella has begun dating, while Bill is worried his wife is a racist.
Is it really possible for people to live next to large carnivores amicably?
3/5 Exploring the hymn that inspires campaigners, charity workers and reformed alcoholics.
Consumer phone-in. Julian Worricker asks, what can be done to raise hospital standards?
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
2/5 Flush, by Virginia Woolf. Robert Hanks asks if a pedigree overrated.
Lilian hears an unpalatable truth.
1/5 Monday morning. Ellen's in early, looking for peace. Paul is at the gates, refusing to pay (R)
2/6 Jay Rayner chairs the culinary panel programme from Leeds, West Yorkshire.
3/4 Michael Blastland discovers whether opening up can generate trust.
Chris Ledgard explores our efforts to communicate with extra-terrestrial intelligence.
Singer Ricky Ross and Countryfile presenter Tom Heap discuss their book choices.
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/7 Chaired by Miles Jupp, with panellists Frank Skinner, Grace Dent and Jonathan Agnew.
Shula helps Darrell out.
Arts news with Mark Lawson, including Chris O'Dowd in TV comedy Family Tree reviewed.
2/5 Bella has begun dating, while Bill is worried his wife is a racist. (R)
What influence does the tobacco lobby have in the fight over new laws on cigarettes?
Peter White talks to Steph Cutler about going to music festivals if you can't see.
Dr Mark Porter on why Elton John is waiting two weeks for his appendix operation.
Jonathan Freedland on shale gas, and the new Yorkshire coal finds of the 19th century. (R)
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
2/10 To Janie's horror, Nanny is determined to marry her off to the widower Logan Killicks.
4/6 Brian Cox and Robin Ince are joined Ben Goldacre, Sophie Scott and Evan Davis. (R)
Susan Hulme and the BBC parliamentary team report from Westminster.
2/5 Henry's inability to recollect is laid bare, and a scientific journey of discovery begins. (R)
The biggest ever upgrade to England's roads attracts criticism from environmental groups.
Steve Backshall presents the story and sound of the cirl bunting.
Wednesday 17 July 2013