The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Laurie Taylor on the transformation of slums into visitor attractions. Also, food tourism. (R)
The bells of All Saints Church in East Pennard, Somerset. (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 George Craig.
The government launches new plans to boost food exports, but will they help our farmers?
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents the pink-footed goose.
Morning news and current affairs. Includes Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Anne McElvoy talks to Simon Heffer, Sonia Solicari, DJ Taylor and Prof Anthony King.
6/10 Beowulf's fight with the evil Grendel's mother. (R)
The difficulties in choosing a school for your 11-year-old. Email or call on 03700 100 444
1/5 Darleen pursues a life-long dream, to star in a musical, but something is upsetting Jamie.
Did the number zero come out of religious culture in ancient India? Alex Bellos explores.
6/6 Danny is hopeful of finally getting a job upstairs. Brian and Clarissa have other ideas.
The charities which aren't up front about what they do with their money.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
Paris, 1800. Napoleon Bonaparte is caught by the blast from an enormous cart bomb.
Nic feels guilty. (R)
Playwright Wally K Daly remembers key events in his childhood in Middlesbrough. (R)
Tom Sutcliffe chairs the cultural quiz. The North of England competes against the Midlands
Sheila Dillon meets a new generation of cooks using slow and pressure cookers. (R)
1/2 Laurie Taylor looks back at 50 years of cultural studies.
1/6 Aleks Krotoski asks if the digital world is allowing us to be more altruistic than ever.
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/6 John Lloyd and Humphrey Ker are joined by comedian Andrew O'Neill.
Helen feels vulnerable.
Le Week-End and Breathless reviewed, and John Eliot Gardiner on his new book about Bach.
1/5 Darleen pursues a life-long dream, to star in a musical, but something is upsetting Jamie. (R)
Anita Anand explores the taboo of relationships between teachers and students.
Are state secrets doomed by an emerging alliance of the anti-state right and liberal left?
Can the major religions of the world play a role in conserving the natural world? (R)
Anne McElvoy talks to Simon Heffer, Sonia Solicari, DJ Taylor and Prof Anthony King. (R)
Scores dead in Egyptian violence. News round-up with Ritula Shah.
6/10 1969. A single mission. A veteran secret agent with a licence to kill. James Bond returns.
2/4 Two original story poems from spoken word artists Luke Wright and Zena Edwards. (R)
2/4 Planning a wedding is fraught with arguments for gay horses Copenhagen and Marengo. (R)
Tim van Eyken investigates songs of seduction and ghosts - the night visiting songs. (R)
All change at Defra - two ministers are replaced, along with their Labour shadow.
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents the bearded tit.
Tuesday 8 October 2013