The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/3 Elliot Levey reads from Vasily Grossman's front line despatches. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Commentary on the third day of the second Test between India and England from Mumbai.
Things take an unexpected turn at Jaxx.
Kirsty Young interviews artist and author Edmund de Waal.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
2/6 Regulars Graeme, Tim and Barry are joined by Tony Hawks. Jack Dee chairs.
Sheila Dillon meets finalists in the Food and Farming Awards offering ideas for the future
The latest weather forecast.
Global news and analysis presented by Shaun Ley.
1/6 Hardeep meets Avril and Ron Head, who have dedicated their lives to caring for children.
Peter Gibbs chairs a programme recorded with local gardeners in Balsall, West Midlands.
Fi Glover hears from Professor Dorothy Sheridan of the Mass Observation Archive.
1/4 Edmund Dantes finds buried treasure, and plots revenge on his enemies.
Children's Book Special with Richard Curtis, Charlie Higson, Lauren Child and Amanda Craig
4/4 Ruth Padel and the Shalom House Poets in Belfast dish out tough love on their poems.
With the CBI calling for it to be scrapped, Allan Urry examines the Highways Agency.
Mary Ann Sieghart profiles the Australian political strategist Lynton Crosby.
Catherine Bott makes her selection from the past seven days of BBC Radio.
Emma faces a quandary.
3/3 Mabel suggests making some programmes for 'minorities', which takes Lord Reith by surprise
2/4 An attorney, in 1735 New York, is surprised to find a recently-widowed lady at his door.
Tim Harford fells some ash tree related statistics and asks if Fergie-time really exists.
Matthew Bannister on William Turnbull, Albano Harguindeguy, Martin Fay and Kenneth Cragg.
Fuel Poverty, PIN woes, the pension time-bomb and how to change a 500 Euro note.
Sue MacGregor presents the Radio 4 Appeal for One to One Children's Fund.
Peter Day travels to the Midlands to ask how businesses are coping in an era of no growth.
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Tom Newton Dunn of the Sun analyses how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
Colin Firth on the secrets of comedy and why he never expected to play posh people.
Mark Tully asks why trees are so important to us.
Older people in residential care - a landmark study. Also, an archaeology of homelessness.
The bells of Howden Minster, East Yorkshire.
Commentary on the fourth day of the second Test between India and England from Mumbai.
Monday 26 November 2012