The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/5 Sampat continues to investigate the case of Sheelu, whose harrowing story has now emerged. (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.
Asian and Citrus longhorn beetles could destroy UK trees, warns the Forestry Commission.
Michaela Strachan presents the story and sound of the stonechat.
Morning news. Includes Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
4/4 Peter Hennessy's guest is Lord Kinnock (Neil Kinnock), former Labour Party Leader.
4/5 The legislator steps up his threats against both Sheelu's family and Sampat herself.
Conditions for Syrian refugees, influence of song lyrics, and Nell Dunn on Up the Junction
4/5 Linus finds that Alice and young Stella have become inexplicably close.
Martha Kearney reveals the secrets in the cabinet and prime minister papers of 1983.
Winifred Robinson asks how much money councils have spent on electric car charging points.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
9/10 Lucy Kellaway charts the impact of computers on office life.
Jill's supportive. (R)
By Lenny Henry, who stars as a man haunted by his past.
Felicity Evans visits the 'lost' village of Imber on Salisbury Plain.
Joanne Harris presents an appeal for the Lorna Young Foundation. (R)
Mariella Frostrup talks to Grace McCleen about her new novel The Professor of Poetry. (R)
Robbie Collin talks to the director Nicolas Winding Refn about Only God Forgives.
With seven disasters last month, Adam Rutherford asks if trains crash more often in summer
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/6 The American essayist's musing on life as an author and a satirical swipe at critics. (R)
Kathy's caught out.
Arts news and reviews. Kirsty Lang interviews acclaimed Ukrainian novelist Andrey Kurkov.
4/5 Linus finds that Alice and young Stella have become inexplicably close. (R)
Three reservists died during SAS selection. Adam Fleming asks if the training is safe.
Peter Day reports from Aberdeen on the UK's North Sea oil industry.
With seven disasters last month, Adam Rutherford asks if trains crash more often in summer (R)
4/4 Peter Hennessy's guest is Lord Kinnock (Neil Kinnock), former Labour Party Leader. (R)
Zimbabwe elections - was there vote-rigging? With Carolyn Quinn.
4/10 The startling discovery made by Morley and Sefton diverts them from their research.
2/4 As talent night rehearsals grind on, peanuts and a trolley challenge some town residents. (R)
2/2 Producer George Martin recalls working with Bernard on 1962 chart-topper Right Said Fred. (R)
4/5 The legislator steps up his threats against both Sheelu's family and Sampat herself. (R)
Plans to extend badger TB vaccination in Wales, if landowners will pay part of the cost.
Michaela Strachan presents the story and sound of the house sparrow.
Friday 2 August 2013