The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 The infamous Observatory Affair nearly finishes Mitterrand's political career. (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 Canon Steve Williams.
Should England follow Wales's lead and clamp down on the problem of fly-grazing?
Martin Hughes-Games presents the tree sparrow.
Morning news. Includes Sports Desk; Yesterday in Parliament; Weather; Thought for the Day.
2/3 Jonathan Glancey finds out how we lost the art of designing beautiful places.
4/5 Hardeep Singh Kohli hopes to learn 15 new things about 'jam'. (R)
2/5 In the late 1930s, as a student in Paris, Mitterrand had some difficult choices to make.
Director of public prosecutions Alison Saunders on women and the law. With Jane Garvey.
2/5 Onegin's new friend Lensky persuades him make a fateful visit to meet his neighbours.
Conflict between people and wildlife is increasing, what are the solutions?
1/5 Soul Music examines the harrowing stories behind the song made famous by Billie Holiday.
Winifred Robinson asks if a degree is still the best way to kick-start a successful career
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
Andrew Dilnot asks how our long-working-hours culture compares with the past.
Helen feels confused. (R)
By John Retallack. The love between a couple must be re-negotiated when a child arrives.
4/7 Annie Gray, Rachel McCormack, Tim Hayward and Tim Anderson join Jay Rayner's panel.
6/10 Natalie Merchant discusses the making of her 1995 debut solo album Tigerlily.
3/4 The year of the outbreak of WWI also saw the birth of a new dance in New York, the foxtrot
Harriett Gilbert talks to playwright Mark Ravenhill and DJ Nihal Arthanayake about books.
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 Penguin farming, trendy Thomas Hardy and confusing goings-on in the cash register shop.
There's a cuckoo in the nest at the Stables.
Arts news with Mark Lawson, including an interview with comedian Russell Brand.
2/5 Onegin's new friend Lensky persuades him make a fateful visit to meet his neighbours. (R)
Can we predict the next deadly pandemic? Alok Jha investigates.
Peter White talks to RNIB's Neil Heslop about new changes to the Talking Books service.
Professors Sophie Scott and Irene Tracey examine 25 years of understanding the brain.
2/3 Jonathan Glancey finds out how we lost the art of designing beautiful places. (R)
The Scottish government presents its plan for independence. With Ritula Shah.
2/10 Laurie is stuck in a rural veteran's hospital, struggling with bad news about his injury.
2/6 A witty, irreverent and unashamedly rational look at the science of perception.
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
2/5 In the late 1930s, as a student in Paris, Mitterrand had some difficult choices to make. (R)
Reporting from South Dakota where tens of thousands of cattle died in October's storms.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the twite.
Wednesday 27 November 2013