The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/5 K is for kitchens and class warfare and N is for national identity and its complexities. (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.
Protection for regional foods like Stilton cheese and clotted cream - how does it work?
Kate Humble presents the little owl.
Morning news. Includes Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Sue MacGregor reunites five key players from the British film, Four Weddings and a Funeral (R)
5/5 W is for War: are museums the place for weapons? Y is for Youtube and Z is for Zip.
Do women who suffer from menopausal symptoms in the workplace face discrimination?
10/10 The family spend one last Christmas together at Home Place.
Benjamin Zephaniah uncovers the passion, mind games and intrigue of competitive dominoes.
2/4 Britain's longest-serving and laziest PCSO pairing take on dangerous drivers. (R)
Consumer news with Peter White. What is a McKenzie Friend, and why do you need one?
Fi Glover with two WWII evacuees who find it hard to understand their mothers' choices.
The latest weather forecast.
Latest from South Korea as rescuers enter the capsized ferry, presented by Shaun Ley.
5/5 Martin Wainwright looks to the future of the North.
Fallon breaks the law. (R)
After years of carefree motoring, Paul Dodgson developed a debilitating fear of driving. (R)
Archbishop John Sentamu meditates upon the crucifixion from the historic city of York.
In 1967, Kathrine Switzer broke the gender barrier and ran the historic Boston Marathon. (R)
3/3 In a case of mistaken identity, a sailor becomes part of a family he has never met before. (R)
Julian Worricker remembers an author, an actress, a commentator, a magistrate and a singer
Today editor Jamie Angus, BBC iPlayer radio app issues and the Daily Service.
Fi Glover with a conversation about living with Type 1 diabetes.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/7 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present a comic take on the week's news.
Shula tries to persuade Dan.
Kirsty Lang investigates why the biblical epic is back on the big screen in 2014.
10/10 The family spend one last Christmas together at Home Place. (R)
Nick Robinson presents political debate and discussion from the BBC Radio Theatre, London.
William Dalrymple celebrates the writing of Peter Matthiessen, who died this month.
By Edward Bond. A young man embarks on two journeys. He is in control of only one.
A prominent dissident republican has been shot dead in west Belfast. With Philippa Thomas.
5/10 Ruth relates the curious circumstances in which Virgil first met her mother.
3/9 Sir Hans Sloane, founder of the British Museum, is championed by Sir Mark Walport. (R)
The late Tony Benn on the writing that shaped his character and beliefs. Broadcast in 2007 (R)
Fi Glover with a conversation about how the arts are viewed within Muslim culture.
5/5 W is for War: are museums the place for weapons? Y is for Youtube and Z is for Zip. (R)
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with the Most Rev George Stack.
An iPM listener and her son discuss his drug abuse and what it's like to live with a guru.
Saturday 19 April 2014