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5/5 Despite having two continuing relationships, Larkin brings another woman into his life. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
A short reflection and prayer with Pastor Lindsay Allen.
'We started thinking, are we going to be allowed to die in our house?'.
News headlines, plus a look at the papers.
The latest weather forecast.
Helen Mark learns a Cold War secret amidst the Isle of Wight's chalk cliffs, The Needles. (R)
Sybil Ruscoe takes a look at the issue of access to the countryside.
Including Sports Desk, Thought for the Day and Weather.
Richard Coles and Aasmah Mir are joined by columnist Katharine Whitehorn.
3/7 Jay Rayner and the panel are in Smithfield, London.
Where is the dividing line between normal behaviour and a mental health problem?
Australia's tough immigration policy taken to court and other reporters' stories.
NISA or nastier? Second chance to avoid bounced payments, and new money lessons.
5/6 Marcus has decided to form a religion based on peace, loving-kindness and probably war. (R)
Ritula Shah presents political debate from the Broadcasting House Radio Theatre in London. (R)
Anita Anand presents listener response to the issues discussed on Any Questions?
2/10 Detective Inspector Beck is sent to Budapest to search for a missing journalist. (R)
5/5 Ivan Hewett is joined by pianist Peter Donohoe to explore the key of C Minor. (R)
Are women-only gyms the answer to getting more of us to exercise? With Emma Barnett.
Full coverage of the day's news.
'We started thinking, are we going to be allowed to die in our house?'. (R)
Nikki Bedi and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
Edward Stourton profiles the Ukrainian president.
Tom Sutcliffe chairs discussion of the week's culture, including Martin Amis's new novel.
Dominic Sandbrook explores the life of 1930s radio station magnate Leonard Plugge.
Mike Walker's epic chronicle of the Stuarts considers the ill-fated reign of James II. (R)
2/3 Matthew Taylor presents a new discussion programme. (R)
With Maureen Lipman, Sanjeev Kohli, Penny Smith and Peter Kellner. Nigel Rees hosts. (R)
Anna Scott-Brown hears tales of loss and hope, turned to poetry by Michael Symmons Roberts (R)
1/3 A landowning couple face a stark dilemma when an illegal immigrant dies on their property. (R)
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of Washington National Cathedral.
Edward Stourton profiles the Ukrainian president. (R)
Sunday 31 August 2014