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2/5 Writer Mark Binelli settles in to living in Detroit again and meets his new neighbours.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with the Rev Sharon Grenham-Toze.
MEPs vote on reforms to the Common Agricultural Policy. Anna Hill asks what is at stake.
Minimum drink price in England 'to be dropped', plus how warm is it in your office?
Alicia McCarthy with the latest news from Westminster and beyond.
Libby Purves meets actor Leslie Jordan and Dr Kevin Fong.
Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music. Led by Fr Phil Sumner.
Being followed in the street, Roller Derby, and the Human Rights Watch Film Festival.
3/5 Fred is now the Poet of the Cowshed.
4/4 Alan Dein meets Terry, in a wheelchair after a stroke, and Robert, who pushes him along.
An exploration of spring fever and the season of romance. (R)
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
Supermarkets drop petrol prices, and making sure you book the right package holiday.
The latest weather forecast.
Martha Kearney presents national and international news.
3/5 It's 1711, and an opera premiere by Handel is about to set a new course for British opera.
Elona is feeling low.
By Ed Harris. Today is the day that street sweeper Charles has to say goodbye to Brighton.
Vincent Duggleby and guests take your calls on retirement income choices.
Antibiotic resistance, preventing premature labour, smear tests and joint replacements.
A study into the dynamics of art auctions, and a Guatemalan cemetery with no more room.
Steve Hewlett talks with Ed Richards, chief exec of Ofcom, on the future of broadcasting.
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/6 Sue Perkins sets more moral and ethical posers for Roisin Conaty, Samira Ahmed, David Reed
Emma is ecstatic.
New prize for writers around the world, Pompeii at the British Museum, and maths in music.
Bishops attack the government's welfare plans. Are the cuts immoral? With Michael Buerk.
Director of Christian Aid Loretta Minghella considers the abandonment of self.
Commentary on the first day of the second Test between New Zealand and England.
Farmers will have to do more for the environment to get farm subsidies.
Thursday 14 March 2013