The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 1833: A family is killed by arsenic, and the race is on for a test to catch the culprits. (R)
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 Dr Janet Wootton.
Labelling of poultry, pig, sheep and goat meat could change under new EU rules.
Brett Westwood presents the story and sound of the turnstone.
Morning news and current affairs. Includes Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Libby Purves meets Fred Astaire's daughter Ava, and wildlife cameraman Doug Allan.
3/5 1833: A family is killed by arsenic, and the race is on for a test to catch the culprits.
The Carnatic music of Sudha Ragunathan. Jenni Murray presents the female perspective.
3/5 The strain of the family's loss begins to show across the Christmas dinner table.
1/2 Lesley Curwen tracks the initial introduction of managers into the NHS.
1/4 Inspector Lestrade introduces Sherlock Holmes's brilliant rival Professor SFX Van Dusen.
More than 500 GP surgeries are using premium lines to receive patient calls.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
3/5 Bettany Hughes explores the influence of Eros through the ages.
Brian's not easily fooled. (R)
By Jeff Young. A comedy about the search for a falling star.
Need access to civil legal aid or assistance? Paul Lewis and a panel of guests take calls.
7/7 Lisa Jardine explores what's driving science in the 21st century. (R)
Laurie Taylor explores the risk-taking experiences of young British tourists in Ibiza.
The influence of media agencies on broadcasters, and Twitter's impact on global news.
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/6 Janet Ellis's diaries show that her love of arts and crafts started long before Blue Peter
Tony has second thoughts.
Mark Lawson talks to David Walliams and Sheridan Smith, on stage in a Shakespeare comedy.
3/5 The strain of the family's loss begins to show across the Christmas dinner table. (R)
Clive Anderson and guests ask if the law offers enough protection to whistleblowers.
Prof Danny Dorling on why he thinks the population bomb has already been diffused.
Miranda Krestovnikoff goes in search of the UK's most enigmatic sea creature: the shark. (R)
Libby Purves meets Fred Astaire's daughter Ava, and wildlife cameraman Doug Allan. (R)
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
8/10 Having discovered a corn plaster in his bed at home Thomas questions Sylvia's faithfulness
3/6 Nigel is tasked with writing a charity song for the local football team.
3/4 The remarkable true history of rockets and the men, women and animals behind them. (R)
2/4 Pints and philosophical problems with Matthew Sweet - what is exploitation? (R)
3/5 1833: A family is killed by arsenic, and the race is on for a test to catch the culprits. (R)
The plan to increase Scotland's dairy production by 50%. Could it work?
Brett Westwood presents the story and sound of the thrush nightingale.
Thursday 19 September 2013