The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Lauren Beukes's celebrity-obsessed dystopia where fans can channel a star's every desire.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of St Helen's Church, Lundy Island.
Jono Vernon-Powell argues for a revival in the lost art of hitchhiking. (R)
The latest national and international news.
John McCarthy shares experiences of being detached from everyday life.
Sybil Ruscoe visits a Welsh 'mega dairy' that milks 2,000 cows that don't graze on grass.
The latest weather forecast.
The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs. Iraq, the World Cup and young Muslims.
Jim Carter presents the Radio 4 Appeal for Living Paintings.
A service from Worcester College, Oxford, exploring the doctrine of the Trinity.
As libraries close, AL Kennedy argues that we must reassess the importance of books. (R)
David Attenborough presents the sounds and story of the tawny owl. (R)
Sunday morning magazine programme. Presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Pat and Tony look to the future, and David speaks his mind.
Kirsty Young talks to Palestinian lawyer and writer Raja Shehadeh.
4/6 How hard can it be to talk for 60 seconds with no hesitation, repetition or deviation? (R)
Richard Johnson's award-winning travels through the American south to meet chef Sean Brock
1/3 Frances Fyfield's team explore the original score of Bernstein's hit show West Side Story. (R)
Eric Robson hosts the horticultural panel programme from the Beechgrove Garden, Scotland. (R)
Conversations about divorce, road traffic accidents, and having an A-level at age 11.
1/2 Cult sci-fi. Adaptation by Jonathan Holloway of the book that became Blade Runner.
Mariella Frostrup talks to Spanish writer Javier Cercas about his new novel Outlaws.
Roger McGough presents an LP of poems set to music.
How well is Northern Ireland dealing with the legacy of 30 years of sectarian violence? (R)
5/8 By John Godber. A gravedigger and his granddaughter chew over the snap inspection. (R)
Sheila McClennon presents highlights from the previous seven days of BBC Radio.
It's Fathers' Day at Bridge Farm.
3/4 Tom asks Ken Clarke MP if compensation culture is opposed to the theory of evolution. (R)
1/3 As a daughter leaves her childhood home, a letter arrives making her re-evaluate her past.
Is there a link between practising a religion and donating to charity? (R)
Matthew Bannister remembers a comedian, a psychiatrist, a children's writer and a cyclist. (R)
Will new entrants bring more competition to day-to-day banking? Plus home loan caps. (R)
Jim Carter presents the Radio 4 Appeal for Living Paintings. (R)
Edward Stourton investigates the Russian leader's geostrategic vision. (R)
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Kevin Maguire of the Daily Mirror looks at how papers covered the stories of the week.
Film news. Audrey Tautou and Romain Duris on a French trilogy that has spanned 12 years. (R)
John McCarthy shares experiences of being detached from everyday life. (R)
IVF's transformation of biological relations. Also, men in betting shops. (R)
A short reflection and prayer with Canon Noel Battye.
Scientists from across the world meet in Cardiff to look at ways of tackling bovine TB.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the story and sound of the great skua. (R)
Monday 16 June 2014