The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/3 The winters are particularly hard, but Neil revels in the isolation and tranquillity. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Coverage of India v England in the fifth One Day International from Dharamsala.
Aung San Suu Kyi, Burma's opposition leader, is interviewed by Kirsty Young.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
4/6 With Tony Hawks, Ed Byrne, Lucy Porter and Charlie Higson. David Mitchell hosts.
Sheila Dillon with an exclusive food interview with former Beatle, Sir Paul McCartney.
The latest weather forecast.
Global news and analysis.
4/5 The enduring appeal of the Dire Straits classic is explored by those touched by the piece. (R)
Pippa Greenwood, Matt Biggs and Anne Swithinbank answer questions for a postbag edition.
One girl's memories of the bombing that came before the ceasefire of 27 January 1973.
1/2 Eric Blair goes to Spain to report on the fight against fascism.
Mariella Frostrup celebrates classic Australian literature with author Thomas Keneally.
Roger McGough presents a selection of listeners' poetry requests.
Can the NHS afford to have more senior doctors working out of hours? Jane Deith reports.
7/8 In a week of wintry weather Cath Staincliffe imagines a world where the snow never stops.
The best of BBC Radio, chosen by Sheila McClennon.
Emma is in the doghouse.
3/3 The story of Robert the Bruce's fateful encounter with a spider on the eve of battle.
2/3 After a witness tip-off, the police find a mysterious crate in the depths of the Oslofjord
Ticket troubles as CarFest launches and what you should expect of a Writer-in-Residence.
Matthew Bannister on Inez McCormack, Michael Winner, Pauline Phillips and Katie Stewart.
The Money Box Saving Challenge, IFA value for money and the monster shock bill victory.
Baroness Helena Kennedy QC presents an appeal for Circles UK.
Why have workers appeared so weak as bosses tip the balance of power in their favour?
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Sue Cameron of the Telegraph analyses how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
Steven Spielberg - a special extended interview with Francine Stock on his film Lincoln.
Chris Brookes looks back on life and asks, 'Was I ever that person?'.
Climate change - why is it denied by so many? Plus class, commuting and the 'tube'.
The bells of St Francis Xavier's Cathedral, Adelaide, Australia.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg.
The source of horsemeat found in Irish beefburgers has been traced to Poland.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Monday 28 January 2013