The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/5 Charles Moore's meticulously-researched portrait of the former British prime minister.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A reading and a reflection to start the day with the Rev Peter Baker.
The High Court is being asked to make a ruling on who owns the fish in our seas.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss Gnosticism, a sect associated with early Christianity.
A Bible reading, prayer and Christian music. Led by John Forrest.
Author Sarah Dunant discusses the Borgias; Dr Pam Spurr's advice on dealing with sulking.
9/10 Zoe's astonished to find Jack at Home Place and Louise realises what Michael's been hiding
Mobeen Azhar investigates the deadly campaign against Pakistan's Shia Hazara minority.
2/2 Producer George Martin recalls working with Bernard on 1962 chart-topper Right Said Fred.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
Kate Silverton on how IVF has become big business, and the growth of 'suspended coffees'.
The latest weather forecast.
Analysis of current affairs reports, presented by Martha Kearney.
4/5 In Cookham, Piers views the river through the work of his favourite artist Stanley Spencer
Kirsty's a good friend.
By Nell Leyshon. Rural Somerset, 1830, sexual desires have consequences for a young girl.
Helen Mark visits the working ponies of the Reay Forest estate in Sutherland.
Peter Sissons presents an appeal on behalf of the 3H Fund (Helping Hands for Holidays).
Mariella Frostrup presents a Sir Walter Scott special from the Royal Opera House.
Francine Stock talks to director Pedro Almodovar about raunchy comedy film I'm So Excited.
The science behind the EU pesticide ban - will it protect bees? Quentin Cooper presents.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/6 Mark is in Manchester for thoughts on low-cost housing and novel road safety techniques.
Josh has a proposition.
Zoe Wanamaker, Swedish crime writer Arne Dahl, and Cultural Exchange with Suggs of Madness
How high rates of autism among some immigrant groups are still affecting the uptake of MMR
Peter Day and a panel of experts help unemployed young people with their job search.
The BBC Philharmonic returns to Japan for an emotional tour for the first time since 2011.
Including reports on force-feeding at Guantanamo Bay and ECB interest rate cuts.
9/15 Debs looks after Rebecca, while Abdi recovers in hospital from the trauma of his flashback
5/5 Jon Ronson investigates how having pride in your work can backfire.
Peter White traces the life and opinions of blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng. (R)
4/5 Charles Moore's meticulously-researched portrait of the former British prime minister.
Live animal exports have resumed from Dover. Charlotte Smith reports on the protests.
Friday 3 May 2013