The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/5 G is for Grand Theft Auto, and how Conran and Ikea have transformed domesticity. (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 David Walker, Bishop of Manchester.
UK field trials of a GM plant which produces 'fish oils' will go ahead this year.
Kate Humble presents the hoopoe.
Morning news. Includes Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Domesday Book.
4/5 K is for kitchens and class warfare and N is for national identity and its complexities.
Jenni Murray looks at why more single women are seeking IVF or donor insemination.
9/10 The family timber firm faces ruin.
Shilpa Kannan investigates the phenomenon of paid news in India.
Artist Tacita Dean travels to Unesco in Paris on a mission to save photochemical film.
Hear how sellers are asking more for properties, even after agreeing to final offers.
The latest weather forecast.
President Putin defends his policy towards Ukraine in a marathon media appearance.
4/5 Martin Wainwright meets the new Northerners and finds out how they've shaped the region.
Kirsty's listening to the birds. (R)
1/3 Colin's wife and daughter were brutally attacked in their home, but no-one has broken in.
Helen Mark visits the cotton mills of the Derwent Valley.
Marcus Brigstocke presents an appeal on behalf of Concern Universal. (R)
Niall Williams talks about his latest book History of the Rain. (R)
Steven Knight discusses his thriller Locke, set entirely in a car driving down the M6.
Tracey Logan finds out how a sperm recognises an egg.
John Bercow says some women MPs won't attend PMQs because of behaviour in the chamber.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/6 The crew of MJN Air have to face a real live king and a mythical fax machine. (R)
Fallon breaks the law.
John Wilson talks to Martin Freeman about Fargo, and to Paolo Nutini about his new album.
9/10 The family timber firm faces ruin. (R)
The MPs' expenses row has claimed another victim, five years after the initial revelations
Can books survive, and if so, how? Peter Day looks for the answer at the London Book Fair.
Tracey Logan finds out how a sperm recognises an egg. (R)
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the Domesday Book. (R)
Russia, the USA and the EU agree a deal to ease tensions in Ukraine. With Philippa Thomas.
4/10 Ruth follows the course of her father's story as it leads to the sea.
1/4 Robert sails through all his exams, but finding a girlfriend is more testing. (R)
Novelist AS Byatt presents favourite pieces of writing with the help of actor Peter Eyre. (R)
4/5 K is for kitchens and class warfare and N is for national identity and its complexities. (R)
Protection for regional foods like Stilton cheese and clotted cream - how does it work?
Kate Humble presents the little owl.
Friday 18 April 2014