The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Michael Booth explores Iceland and its response to the 2008 financial crash. (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.
Reaction from farmers as donated fodder reaches displaced livestock in flood-hit areas.
John Aitchison presents the dunnock.
Assessing the flood damage in Surrey, plus should statins be prescribed to millions?
Libby Purves meets primatologist Ben Garrod and Australian Aboriginal actor Jack Charles.
3/5 Michael Booth examines the impact of the nation's colossal oil wealth on the Nordic psyche
Jenni Murray remembers Shirley Temple Black. Plus abortion advice in the UK.
3/5 The CPS challenges the cyber bully case, and Florence's dad behaves oddly.
Anita Anand explores the taboo of relationships between teachers and students. (R)
6/6 Clare has finally managed to find some time for romance in between saving society.
Consumer news with Shari Vahl, including compensation claims for faulty breast implants.
National and international news.
8/10 Marcus du Sautoy introduces the man whose mathematical insight gave rise to chaos theory. (R)
Kenton ups his game. (R)
Mainz, 1945. Oppenheim has a visitor. A Gestapo officer needs a reference - from a Jew. (R)
Looking for mortgage advice or a better interest rate? Lesley Curwen takes your calls.
What roles do paracetamol and glucosamine play in treating osteoarthritis? (R)
A tribute to the leading cultural theorist Stuart Hall, who died this week.
Funny women on panel shows, the power of exposes, and is Twitter too niche to fly?
Interviews, context and analysis.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
6/6 Mark Steel visits Huddersfield in West Yorkshire, the home of Last of the Summer Wine.
Jill comes to the rescue.
A review of the revival of the 1963 stage classic Oh, What a Lovely War! with Kirsty Lang.
3/5 The CPS challenges the cyber bully case, and Florence's dad behaves oddly. (R)
When should the common good outweigh our freedom to do as we please?
Anne-Marie Imafidon argues that we need to think differently about role models.
2.5 billion people on the planet have no sanitation so how do we give toilets to everyone? (R)
Libby Purves meets primatologist Ben Garrod and Australian Aboriginal actor Jack Charles. (R)
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
8/20 A drink with an old friend soon makes Little Chandler look at his own life in a new way.
6/6 Tim Key holds an impromptu stag party for his guitarist Tom Basden.
6/6 A parallel earth is obliterated when Ian inadvertently mucks up global religion. (R)
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
3/5 Michael Booth examines the impact of the nation's colossal oil wealth on the Nordic psyche (R)
Up to £10m of relief for flooded farmers - but will the cash go far enough?
John Aitchison presents the long-eared owl.
Thursday 13 February 2014