The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 The aftermath of the 1992 General Election and the Labour leadership contest.
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 Gordon Gray.
A deadly pig disease is sweeping across America, affecting thousands of farms.
Bill Oddie presents the sand martin.
Morning news. Includes Sports Desk; Yesterday in Parliament; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Libby Purves meets Professor John Carey and comedian Lynn Ruth Miller.
3/5 It's 1997 and the election is looming but there is graver news on a personal front.
Fashion game changer Mary Quant, plus the impact of government help with childcare.
8/10 Something is very wrong with Shirley but she refuses to tell anybody what ails her.
Robert Peston explores what happens when family and business mix.
5/6 Peter plans to alienate Sam's new partner Ed. But will he succeed?
Live coverage of the chancellor's Budget speech with analysis and reaction.
Brian faces a stark choice. (R)
3/3 Teachers Mark and Rachel are on the run from the vengeful politician - who keeps a tiger.
Wondering where to put your money? Call or email Paul Lewis about saving and investing.
BBC Kabul correspondent David Loyn talks to Afghan women's rights campaigner Soraya Pakzat (R)
15/25 Martin Sixsmith charts the history of Russia's relationship with Ukraine. (R)
Perceptions about ethnic minority officers. Also, evangelical fishermen in Scotland.
Lenny Henry on the need for greater ethnic diversity in broadcasting.
Interviews, context and analysis.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/6 Milton Jones is on hand to give advice when he hears ugly rumours about the local farm.
Tom can't hide his anger.
Arts news with John Wilson, including Kylie Minogue on her career and her new album.
8/10 Something is very wrong with Shirley but she refuses to tell anybody what ails her. (R)
How do we use the law when there's a conflict between individual liberty and social norms?
The Power and the Passion: Novelist Catherine Fox on the power of submission.
Tom Heap investigates whether we're running out of phosphorus, an element vital for life. (R)
Libby Purves meets Professor John Carey and comedian Lynn Ruth Miller. (R)
Budget day analysis, latest from Ukraine, and Singapore's compassion deficit.
3/10 Gabrielle Zevin's beguiling love story about the transformative power of books and reading
2/3 17-year-old Julian's blog on his weird limbo between school and university. (R)
5/6 Paul Whitehouse's series follows a community psychiatric nurse on her rounds.
Sean Curran reports from Westminster, as the chancellor delivers his Budget.
Food fraud is back as Anna Hill investigates a big meaty mix-up.
Bill Oddie presents the goldeneye.
Thursday 20 March 2014