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1/5 The Danes are consistently rated as the happiest people on earth but pay the highest taxes (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 Dr Lesley Carroll.
What have the recent storms meant for fishermen in the South West? Anna Hill finds out.
John Aitchison presents the wren.
Philip Hammond on the government's flood response, plus is Jane Eyre a feminist icon?
2/2 Responsibility for the Great War has been a fierce battle for meaning ever since 1914.
2/5 Michael Booth explores Iceland and its response to the 2008 financial crash.
The Duchess of Cornwall talks about Shakespeare in schools. Jane Garvey presents.
2/5 It appears the new case may not be a lynching, but it diverts Craven from Macca's illness.
2/7 Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson follows Arctic terns on their migration north.
John Harris investigates the decline of small music venues on the UK's 'toilet circuit'.
Winifred Robinson is live from the Baltic Centre in Gateshead for Safer Internet Day.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
7/10 Prof Marcus du Sautoy introduces Georg Cantor and his theory of transfinite numbers. (R)
Kirsty faces a difficult choice. (R)
Mark discovers his wife has been replaced by a replica, in Ed Harris's twisted love story.
1/7 Jay Rayner and the team are in Norwich for this episode of the culinary panel programme.
2.5 billion people on the planet have no sanitation so how do we give toilets to everyone?
2/4 When our cities, our homes or our bodies suffer damage, how can design help?
Daniel Finkelstein and Jill Paton Walsh reveal their favourite books to Harriett Gilbert.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/6 Sue Perkins puts four guests through the moral, ethical and comical wringers.
Kenton ups his game.
John Wilson visits a new exhibition of work by the late Richard Hamilton at Tate Modern.
2/5 It appears the new case may not be a lynching, but it diverts Craven from Macca's illness. (R)
How well prepared is Britain's transport infrastructure to weather the winter storms?
Sports for the blind lose funding, and a new sleep drug is approved in the US.
What roles do paracetamol and glucosamine play in treating osteoarthritis?
2/2 Responsibility for the Great War has been a fierce battle for meaning ever since 1914. (R)
Do we need to prepare better for more extreme weather? News round-up with Ritula Shah.
7/20 Mrs Mooney finds the solution to her daughter's future within her own boarding house.
2/6 2525 invites you to hear snippets of our future, from weight-gain classes to talking pets.
Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
2/5 Michael Booth explores Iceland and its response to the 2008 financial crash. (R)
Reaction from farmers as donated fodder reaches displaced livestock in flood-hit areas.
John Aitchison presents the dunnock.
Wednesday 12 February 2014