The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/5 Hostilities end and, 20 years on, a look at how life has changed on Logavina Street.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with the Rev Dr Jeremy Morris.
A listener prompts us to look back at the man put in charge of the water crisis in 1976.
News headlines, plus a look at the papers.
The latest weather forecast.
Helen Mark meets some of the people involved with the rural churches of Herefordshire.
Charlotte Smith asks if UK farmers can cash in on this year's early seasonal produce.
George Osborne on the IMF, plus a mystery about dark matter and the return of the 78.
Richard Coles with musician Billy Bragg and author Sue Townsend's Inheritance Tracks.
John McCarthy and guests discuss the travel hotspots of Rwanda, Uganda and South Sudan.
David Owen Norris and guests listen to Shakespeare's favourite songs in the Swan Theatre.
Peter Oborne of the Daily Telegraph looks behind the scenes at Westminster.
Colouring in the gaps between the headlines.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
Paul Lewis looks at holiday pay for temporary workers, wine investment and PPI claims.
3/9 Jeremy Hardy, Rebecca Front and Andy Hamilton join Sandi Toksvig to review the news.
Nick Robinson chairs a panel discussion of news and politics from Coventry.
A chance for Radio 4 listeners to have their say on the issues discussed on Any Questions.
An affluent family's celebration is disrupted by a police inspector's visit over a suicide (R)
Olivia Newton-John, the boxer going for Gold in 2012, and music from the Brodsky Quartet.
Patrick O'Connell presents the day's top news stories, with sports headlines.
Rufus Wainwright performs Out of the Game, and Brenda Blethyn talks about Vera.
Chris Bowlby profiles Ralf Hutter, founding member of the influential band Kraftwerk.
Sharp, critical discussion of the week's cultural events with host Tom Sutcliffe.
Sean Street on how our sound archive is being saved and opened up by the British Library. (R)
3/3 Richard III is forced to take increasingly drastic steps to uphold Plantagenet power.
Clive Anderson and guests discuss plans to allow television cameras into UK courts.
6/6 Three students from the University of Northampton take on their professors.
3/4 Peggy Reynolds explores the appeal of UA Fanthorpe's poem.
By Anneliese Mackintosh. Quirky story about the apostrophe that ends a relationship. (R)
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The bells of St Alphege, Solihull, West Midlands.
Sunday 22 April 2012