The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/5 The hedonistic antics of an old friend challenge a married couple's complacency. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of St Clement Danes, Strand, London.
Anne-Marie Imafidon argues that we need to think differently about role models. (R)
The latest national and international news.
John McCarthy reflects on how we can experience home both as a place and a state of mind.
Chris Sperring spends a winter's day with a long-tailed-tit family.
The latest weather forecast.
The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme.
Denis Goldberg presents the Radio 4 Appeal for Computer Aid International.
Matins live from the Temple Church, London, with the Rev Robin Griffith-Jones.
Adam Gopnik explains why he thinks the pictures on our banknotes matter. (R)
John Aitchison presents the chaffinch. (R)
Sunday morning magazine programme. Presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Kirsty faces a difficult choice, and Kenton ups his game.
Kirsty Young talks to Olympic ice skaters Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean.
1/8 With Gyles Brandreth, Tony Hawks, Fi Glover and Paul Merton. Nicholas Parsons hosts. (R)
From krill burgers to goat's blood, the intriguing diet of the BBC Natural History Unit.
The tale of an unexpected encounter between 20th-century legends in a Miami gym in 1964. (R)
Eric Robson hosts the horticultural panel programme from Lowestoft, Suffolk. (R)
In February 1979, Iran was undergoing a revolution which would lead to an Islamic state.
3/3 Miss Thorne organises a summer fete and then develops a cunning plan for Eleanor.
Ben Watt on his memoir about his parents, and literary reviews - do women get a fair deal?
Roger McGough introduces poems requested by listeners.
How well prepared is Britain's transport infrastructure to weather the winter storms? (R)
6/8 By Lloyd Peters. What will young British competitor Chris find in the new Russia? (R)
Sheila McClennon selects highlights from the previous seven days of BBC Radio.
Helen has a lot on her mind.
2/4 Cancel the organic food box, adopt a panda, sell the Cath Kidston potting shed. (R)
3/4 By Kenneth Steven. An argument with his brother sets Ranald on the journey of a lifetime.
Referendum coverage, iPlayer woes, and is Lord Lawson a suitable guest on climate change? (R)
Matthew Bannister remembers a sociologist, a dancer, a car maker and a child star. (R)
Annuities confusion, fluid situation, A-Z of no claims bonuses and stamping out avoidance. (R)
Denis Goldberg presents the Radio 4 Appeal for Computer Aid International. (R)
Is the Saudi-style ultra-conservative branch of Islam the ideological engine of extremism? (R)
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Nosheen Iqbal of the Guardian looks at how newspapers covered the week's biggest stories.
Francine Stock presents a full round-up of 2014's Bafta winners.
John McCarthy reflects on how we can experience home both as a place and a state of mind. (R)
A tribute to the leading cultural theorist Stuart Hall, who died this week. (R)
The bells of St Clement Danes, Strand, London. (R)
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Sister Gemma Simmonds CJ.
Organised gangs are hunting with dogs in the British countryside.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
John Aitchison presents the Canada goose.
Monday 17 February 2014