The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 The early, but frighteningly telltale signs of dementia emerge on a trip to Mull. (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 Sharon Grenham-Toze.
Should farmers change how they farm the Somerset Levels to reduce the impact of flooding?
Chris Packham presents the great bustard.
NHS data sharing in England, plus Afghan talks and cancer 'tidal wave' prediction.
1/2 Invasion and atrocity in 1914 transformed Britain's entry into the war into a moral cause.
2/5 Despite warning signs, Sally and her family are still doing their best to ignore the truth
Women and homophobia in Russia; fashion and gardens; Beth Chatto; relationships in fiction
2/5 A Chechen village asks Anna to investigate tortures by the Russian army on civilians.
1/7 Sound recordist Chris Watson captures the dramatic sounds of Iceland's dynamic landscape.
Record producer Joe Boyd profiles New Orleans pianist James Booker aka The Black Liberace.
Should parents be penalised for taking their children on holiday in term-time?
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
2/10 How a solution to a 1700s conundrum enables us to access information on the internet. (R)
Clarrie fears the future. (R)
1/2 Philip Palmer's drama reveals the true story of Mr C, whose case made legal history.
2/2 Deborah Bowman presents a discussion with the participants of the legal case Re C.
4/4 Every day we complete a myriad of tiny negotiations, only noticing when they go wrong.
1/4 Shumi Bose examines the qualities we consider to be most desirable in design.
Lord Mervyn King and Arabella Weir discuss their favourite books with Harriett Gilbert.
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/6 Sue Perkins puts four guests through the moral, ethical and comical wringers.
Jolene seeks inspiration.
Mark Lawson talks to actor and comedian Reece Shearsmith about his new series Inside No 9.
2/5 A Chechen village asks Anna to investigate tortures by the Russian army on civilians. (R)
Are the old and vulnerable paying the price of cuts in home care?
Aspirant MPs Mark Higgins and Ellie Southwood talk about a fund to assist disabled people.
Do the hours spent on laptops or tablets before bedtime disrupt your sleep?
1/2 Invasion and atrocity in 1914 transformed Britain's entry into the war into a moral cause. (R)
BP chief exec warns over Scottish independence. With Ritula Shah.
2/20 Two schoolboys have their day off playing truant derailed by an unusual meeting.
1/6 The new sketch show that reveals just how life will be in 511 years.
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
2/5 Despite warning signs, Sally and her family are still doing their best to ignore the truth (R)
African Swine Fever, and what it could mean for Britain's pig herds. With Anna Hill.
Chris Packham presents the mallard.
Wednesday 5 February 2014