The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Germaine Greer is taken to see an abandoned dairy farm on the Gold Coast. (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 Rabbi YY Rubinstein.
Should meat slaughtered under Kosher and Halal rules be specifically labelled?
Chris Packham presents the grey wagtail.
Morning news. Includes Sports Desk; Yesterday in Parliament; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Libby Purves meets broadcaster Sally Magnusson and cellist Steven Isserlis.
3/5 Germaine Greer has bought a piece of battered rainforest on the Gold Coast.
Suzanne Vega plays live and talks about her new album. Jenni Murray presents.
3/5 Dame Laura decides to bring in her huge canvas and paint the trial from the tiny press box
1/3 Giles Fraser explores the importance of community in our lives. (R)
4/6 Clare is facing a disciplinary tribunal after a seemingly straightforward job goes awry.
The energy minister Greg Barker on saving money and the green deal. With Winifred Robinson
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
3/5 Bettany gazes into outer space and invites poet Ben Okri round to her house for supper.
There is a late-night phone call at Brookfield. (R)
Custom and morality collide when a shocking discovery is made in Samina Baig's new drama.
Splitting up? How do you divide your money and assets fairly? Paul Lewis takes your calls.
E-cigarette advertising, and could MRI revolutionise the diagnosis of prostate cancer? (R)
Laurie Taylor explores the impact of sex work on local residents and businesses.
Steve Hewlett looks at the BBC's failed Digital Media Initiative, and the image of News UK
Interviews, context and analysis.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/6 Mark Steel visits Southall in Middlesex for another programme of travelling stand-up.
The Ambridge rumour mill gets to work.
Matthew McConaughey on Dallas Buyers Club; Nathan Filer; Mary Chapin Carpenter.
3/5 Dame Laura decides to bring in her huge canvas and paint the trial from the tiny press box (R)
3/3 Dad at home and mum back to work? Mariella Frostrup focuses on shared parental leave.
Matthew Engel makes a secular case for reclaiming the peace and quiet of the Sabbath.
Andrew Luck-Baker reflects on Antarctica, being trapped in ice for 10 days and the rescue.
Libby Purves meets broadcaster Sally Magnusson and cellist Steven Isserlis. (R)
Debate over Scottish currency, refugees detained, and the latest from Ukraine.
8/10 Alone in a Quaker boarding school, Sergius tries to accept the loss of his family.
4/6 Tim Key takes a comic look at the subject of survival, through the medium of poetry.
4/6 Fantastical comedic look at entertaining apocalypses on parallel Earths. (R)
Susan Hulme and the BBC parliamentary team report from Westminster.
3/5 Germaine Greer has bought a piece of battered rainforest on the Gold Coast. (R)
A leading plant science group says a skills shortage could damage British agriculture.
Chris Packham presents the hen harrier.
Thursday 30 January 2014