The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Following the death of his beloved father William, Wilkie embarks on a memoir.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A reading and reflection to start the day. From Wales, with the Rev Mary Stallard.
Scottish farmers fear that Schmallenberg could cross the border.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
Sean Curran with the latest news from Westminster and beyond.
Libby Purves meets actor Pauline Quirke and comic Shelley Bridgman.
Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by Claire Campbell Smith.
Orla Guerin; Going without to feed your children; Kathy Lette. Presented by Jenni Murray.
3/5 Lady Helen is growing increasingly attached to her stepson Rafe.
Why were tens of thousands of people lobotomised in the 1940s and 50s in the UK and US? (R)
5/6 Sam's latest desperate measure is to try to remortgage their home.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
The Work Programme, mobile roaming, homeless choir, Patisserie Valerie, jam or spread?
The latest weather forecast.
Martha Kearney presents national and international news.
23/30 Clare Balding is at Silverstone to explore how Britain led the way in motor racing.
Tom pushes things too far.
1/4 Warwick hits on an idea for putting the restaurant on the map - a music festival.
Dr Mark Porter asks why sleeping pills increase the chance of an early death.
Ambient faith and social work, and poverty between the wars. Presented by Laurie Taylor.
James Murdoch steps down from News International; 'culture of illegal payments' at the Sun
Eddie Mair presents full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/4 Proposals include a policy buy Scotland out of the Union.
Brian is on unfamiliar territory.
Christina Ricci interview; Trinidad-born writer Errol John remembered; Nick Park.
Michael Buerk and guests examine the moral issues behind abortion.
The Rt Rev Nick Baines, Bishop of Bradford, asks if we are 'one alone or one of many'.
Could there be a cheaper, safer way to create nuclear energy? Julian Rush investigates.
Robin Lustig with news and analysis. Can Syria's military overwhelm the insurgents?
3/5 'My poem is a conversation with you and no-one else'.
2/6 Tim attempts to get to the bottom of 'death' via his poem, The Boy Who Faked His Own Death
2/6 Nathan decides it's time to leave home, but will his mother let him?
Sean Curran with top news stories from Westminster. The NHS Shake-up dominates PMQ again.
3/5 Wilkie meets Caroline Graves in unusual circumstances.
How do we close the multi-billion-pound gap between food imports to the UK and exports?
Thursday 1 March 2012