The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 Impressionistic cultural portrait of a society on the edge.
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 Venerable Peter Townley.
The Royal Welsh Agricultural Show celebrates 50 years at Builth Wells with a big crowd.
Steve Backshall presents the story and sound of the lesser black-backed gull.
Morning news. What will life be like for the new Royal baby? Plus the Iraq jailbreak.
Jonathan Freedland on tax avoidance today and in the 8th century. With Margaret Hodge MP.
3/4 Tim Harford is joined by influential counter-insurgency expert David Killcullen.
2/5 Impressionistic cultural portrait of a society on the edge.
Professor Dame Sally Davies, the Chief Medical Officer for England, talks to Jane Garvey.
2/5 Fellow teacher Louise tries to come to terms with Adrienne's good news.
Can the oil industry be an asset for wildlife or is the risk too high?
4/5 Exploration of the disco anthem of yearning, pain and loss.
What can be done to make life easier and happier for young people? With Julian Worricker.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news with Martha Kearney.
Lucy reveals how hiring the 'best man for the job' wasn't always the way it was done.
Jolene has some good news.
2/5 Callum loves to sing in the cathedral's voluntary choir. Who would dream of stopping him? (R)
3/6 Jay Rayner chairs the culinary panel programme from Bakewell in Derbyshire.
4/4 Michael Blastland asks if finding something disgusting influences moral judgement.
Chris Ledgard explores the language ideas in the story of Babel.
Meera Syal and Stephen Grosz discuss their favourite books with Harriett Gilbert.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/7 Chaired by Miles Jupp, with Justin Moorhouse, Bridget Christie and Ainsley Harriott.
Fallon enjoys a gossip.
John Wilson presents a review of The Wolverine plus an art exhibition by the late Ian Dury
2/5 Fellow teacher Louise tries to come to terms with Adrienne's good news. (R)
Coal keeps the lights on. But as UK mining firms collapse, do ministers have a plan?
Peter White talks to Dr Mike Townsend about the latest technology to assist blind people.
Dr Mark Porter reports on NHS health checks, gestational diabetes and Crohn's disease.
Jonathan Freedland on tax avoidance today and in the 8th century. With Margaret Hodge MP. (R)
Syria - is the US preparing to support rebels? News round-up with Ritula Shah.
7/10 Now widowed, Janie maintains a mournful air, while basking in her new-found freedom.
5/6 Brian Cox and Robin Ince mark the 100th anniversary of the death of Alfred Russel Wallace. (R)
Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
2/5 Impressionistic cultural portrait of a society on the edge. (R)
The effect of controversial housing benefit changes on rural areas comes under scrutiny.
Steve Backshall presents the story and sound of the red-necked phalarope.
Wednesday 24 July 2013