The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Laurie Taylor hears about research into workplace conflict, and travellers versus tourists
The bells of St Mary Magdalene, Mortehoe, Devon.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Prayer and reflection with the Rev Neil Gardner, minister of Canongate Kirk, Edinburgh.
After a poor harvest, livestock farmers will struggle to feed their animals this winter.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Discussing patient abuse, one-in-five below 'living wage', and the Brothers Grimm.
Andrew Marr with guests Ian Cobain, David Anderson, Clare Bayley and MR Hall.
Christian worship from St German's Church, Cardiff, led by The Most Rev George Stack.
The global picture for women on boards, and Sophie Wright cooks on a shoestring.
1/5 Jeanne de Lamare leaves her convent education filled with thoughts of love and romance.
Alex Bellos visits Japan to discover why Asian cultures seem so much better at maths.
3/4 What to donate to the harvest festival and interesting things to put on a bonfire.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
Local food, health and safety, and rail franchising. Consumer news with Julian Worricker.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news presented by Martha Kearney.
6/15 How PD James's Dalgliesh and Ruth Rendell's Wexford have charted changes in UK society.
The pressure mounts for Emma and Ed.
By Rob Gittins. The true story of Gwynfor Evans, the man who took on Margaret Thatcher.
Tom Sutcliffe puts his mind-bending questions to teams from Wales and the Midlands.
John Inverdale on the way football is changing the relationship between food and sport.
Artist Nicola Green charts her journey to capture images of Barack Obama's 2008 campaign.
5/7 Aleks Krotoski looks at whether how we tell stories has changed with the digital world.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/6 John Lloyd and Jimmy Carr with Sean Hughes, Dr Helen Czerski and Dr Irving Finkel.
Josh shows his enterprising streak.
Mark Lawson interviews American writer Tom Wolfe, as he publishes a new novel.
Mike Thomson returns with the investigative history series, starting in Dublin in 1922.
Edward Stourton asks if Labour should re-evaluate its attitude to the EU.
Six-year sentences handed to Italian earthquake specialists for bad L'Aquila advice.
America braces for Hurricane Sandy.
1/10 There is something special about Agnes Morel the mysterious woman who cleans the cathedral
The News Quiz gets a US makeover with an all-American panel. Presented by Andy Borowitz.
Sean Curran with the day's top news stories from Westminster.
1/5 The untold story of Mao's Great Famine, during which 36 million Chinese starved to death.
A warning that the global trade in plants lays the UK wide open to new diseases.
Tuesday 30 October 2012