The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/5 Nina Myskow and children's author Judith Kerr on the meals that make a place home. (R)
1/5 Matthew Baylis investigates the island cult of Vanuatu that worships Prince Philip. (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 Leslie Griffiths.
Hedge harvest - winter is a busy time for a nursery which grows miles of native hedging.
David Attenborough presents the tawny owl.
Barclays CEO Antony Jenkins guest-edits the programme.
4/4 Tarek Osman examines the build up to the Arab Spring, as two worlds collide.
2/5 On the island of Tanna, Chief Jack makes vague promises but gives little away.
Fourth-wave feminism, introverts v extroverts and hangover cures from Allegra McEvedy.
2/5 When Hester is offered a merger to cancel her debts, she finds a neat, but risky, solution
Monty Don presents a special edition recorded before a live audience at Bristol University
Why does the singing voice of a boy inspire us? Chris Gabbitas explores treble appeal.
Consumer affairs call-in. Peter White talks about what makes us happy.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
2/5 Dominic interviews shadow cabinet minister and former junior chess champion Rachel Reeves.
Adam has a few misgivings. (R)
2/5 1914. Clara Tully, a baker's wife knows the war won't be over by Christmas.
Helen Castor and guest historians discuss the search for the true home of the Great War.
3/4 Fi Glover brings together the pest controllers who have a passion for bugs and rats.
Michael Rosen asks if baby talk benefits or hinders language development.
4/8 Pioneer of modern architecture Le Corbusier is chosen by architect Sir David Chipperfield.
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
6/6 A camp look at Russia's greatest love machine. Contains disco music.
2/2 Satan decides he needs a holiday. (R)
There's a midnight surprise in Ambridge.
Mark Lawson turns quizmaster as two teams compete in the Front Row Quiz of the Year.
2/5 When Hester is offered a merger to cancel her debts, she finds a neat, but risky, solution (R)
Simon Cox talks to those charged with turning round poor-performing organisations.
Fi Glover introduces the conversations most requested by listeners, plus her own favourite
New research on soldiers trained to resist the overwhelming affects of cognitive fatigue.
4/4 Tarek Osman examines the build up to the Arab Spring, as two worlds collide. (R)
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
7/10 Allan and his friends flee Lake Farm to look for a new refuge.
Ed Byrne hosts as two British comedians take on a team of comics from overseas.
Comedian Alex Horne kicks off the New Year's Eve celebrations with comedy and live music.
5/5 Dancer Carlos Acosta explains how what we eat, shapes the life we lead. With Nina Myskow. (R)
2/5 On the island of Tanna, Chief Jack makes vague promises but gives little away. (R)
Anna Jones joins a Walking Through History course in the Radnorshire hills.
David Attenborough presents the song thrush.
Wednesday 1 January 2014