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The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
US philanthropic foundations, and the changing language of wine tasting.
The bells of Coventry Cathedral, Warwickshire.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A reading and a reflection from Wales with singer and broadcaster Beverley Humphreys.
After the anti-GM protests, Charlotte Smith asks where now for genetically modified crops.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Debating violence in Syria and teen obesity, plus Harry Belafonte on the power of song.
Andrew Marr and Thomas Heatherwick, Jonathan Meades, Anna Minton and Robert Macfarlane.
Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music. Led by Andrew Graystone.
Mary Tudor's bloody reign, women denied asylum, singer Regina Spektor, and Rebecca Front.
Commentary on the fourth day of the second Test between England and West Indies.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/6 Paul Merton, Sue Perkins, Julian Clary and Greg Proops have to talk for 60 seconds.
Usha seeks sanctuary and Tony has a surprise up his sleeve.
Ken Loach's new whisky-infused film; interviews with writer James Sallis and singer Rumer.
1/5 Rebecca and Jeremy Front explore the life and achievements of medium Nicky Markham.
1/4 How the barons responsible for Magna Carta also aided a second French invasion of England.
Edward Stourton explores the prospects for post-revolution government in the Arab world.
Energy generation perceptions, light loving bugs, fast chips, and predicting earthquakes.
Heavy weapons in Houla, the Indian prime minister, and more. Presented by Ritula Shah.
1/10 Satish dreads a reunion to celebrate the 30th anniversary of a silver jubilee photo.
Michael Rosen investigates the language of the natural world. (R)
Sean Curran with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
1/5 A scandalous murder mystery, mired in conspiracy and corruption, that haunted Old Peking.
British farmers are moving into solar power generation thanks to new tariffs.
Tuesday 29 May 2012