The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 Sampat Pal, grassroots crusader for women's rights, takes on a new case of injustice. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A reading and a reflection to start the day, with the Rev Edwin Counsell.
New restrictions could be brought in for young drivers. Should rural areas be exempt?
Steve Backshall presents the story and sound of the little tern.
Morning news, including Barclays reveals plans to raise £5.8bn to shore up its finances.
1/3 Allan Little charts the re-emergence of Turkey as a powerful global force.
4/4 Tim Harford reflects on the impact of mankind on the world around us.
2/5 Sampat Pal confronts the local police, in her quest to find justice for Sheelu.
Arianna Huffington on why we need a new approach to how we work and define success.
2/5 Linus Scott begins investigating the circumstances surrounding Charlene's mysterious death
Is it possible for seven billion people to live with nature sustainably?
5/5 How The Dream of Gerontius, by Elgar, has touched and changed people's lives.
Consumer phone-in with Julian Worricker.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
Lucy charts the changes in attitudes to sex, from the 'office wife' to sexual harassment.
Martyn's putting the pressure on. (R)
3/5 Vice Dean Clive invites his girlfriend to tea, and verger Graham feeds a difficult visitor (R)
4/6 Jay Rayner chairs the culinary panel programme from Winchester, Hampshire.
1/4 Pints and philosophical puzzles with Matthew Sweet, discussing free riding and tiny harms.
Chris Ledgard talks to the outgoing editor of the Oxford English Dictionary.
Writers Lynne Truss and Diran Adebayo discuss their favourite books with Harriett Gilbert.
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/7 Chaired by Miles Jupp, with Nick Helm, Isy Suttie and Dougie Anderson.
Things are looking up for Lilian.
Arts news and reviews with John Wilson, including Ryan Gosling in Only God Forgives.
2/5 Linus Scott begins investigating the circumstances surrounding Charlene's mysterious death (R)
Are psychiatric hospitals failing to learn vital lessons from suicides among patients?
Clara Eaglen from RNIB tells Peter about the charity's current cataract campaign.
Mark Porter finds out why whopping cough is on the rise and who should be concerned.
1/3 Allan Little charts the re-emergence of Turkey as a powerful global force. (R)
Bradley Manning awaits the verdict of his trial. News and analysis with Ritula Shah.
2/10 Sefton meets the thrill-seeking Miriam, and begins to wonder what he's let himself in for.
6/6 Brian Cox and Robin Ince discuss the wonder of science at London's Science Museum. (R)
A senior Tory peer says north-east England is the place for fracking. With Mark D'Arcy.
2/5 Sampat Pal confronts the local police, in her quest to find justice for Sheelu. (R)
The largest cheese show in the world gets underway at Nantwich.
Steve Backshall presents the story and sound of the red-backed shrike.
Wednesday 31 July 2013