The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 A death in one of Logavina Street's families.
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 Monsignor Tony Rogers.
Does horticulture have an image problem? Teenagers say it's a career for underachievers.
Nick Clegg interviewed, plus Britain's colonial files and the Doolittle raid remembered.
Sean Curran reports on events at Westminster.
Libby Purves is joined by former Speedway star Barry Briggs and actor Roberta Taylor.
Christian worship with a reading, prayer and music, led by the Rev Sharon Grenham Toze.
Olivia Newton-John on a career that spans 40 years, and the boxer going for Gold in 2012.
3/5 As Katie is drawn into Grant's plan, the reasons for her imprisonment become clear.
Winifred Robinson tracks researchers on one of the world's largest child health studies.
2/4 Day 7 and it's an ethical nightmare involving a clone, a murder and some dreadlocks.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
US firms eye the UK legal online market. Consumer news with Winifred Robinson.
The latest weather forecast.
Unemployment falls, and the PM admits he's had a 'tough month'. With Martha Kearney.
3/20 A fork found on the site of the Rose Theatre helps explain what people were eating.
Brian squares up to his opponents.
2/3 In Bradley's latest war game, a team of British Special Forces are tested to the limit.
Financial phone-in with Vincent Duggleby.
Dr Mark Porter on why whooping cough is making a comeback.
Laurie Taylor discusses an ethnography of crack users and a study of a Cambridge crew.
Journalists and the public interest - how helpful are DPP Keir Starmer's new guidelines?
Eddie Mair presents full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/6 Snow has come to Woodstock. Is it a good idea for Sir John to invite villagers to move in? (R)
Lynda works out who is to blame.
John Wilson talks to Stanley Booth about his account of life with The Rolling Stones.
Clive Anderson and guests discuss plans to allow television cameras into UK courts.
Jules Evans explores what ancient philosophy can tell modern society about well-being.
Is the UK ready for a new season of wildfires? Tom Heap investigates.
A new row over Abu Qatada, and a new study suggests ten different kinds of breast cancer.
3/10 Maud is becoming curious to know more about her husband's family's troubled history.
3/6 Nigel is tasked with running a choir containing recently convicted youths.
3/6 Train driver Bob is suspended after a medical. Is his career over? (R)
The fall-out from last month's Budget continues to dominate Prime Minister's Questions.
3/5 Coming of age in a warzone.
British producers warn changes in European Welfare rules will drive up the price of pork.
Thursday 19 April 2012