The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Sampat Pal confronts the local police, in her quest to find justice for Sheelu. (R)
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 Edwin Counsell.
The largest cheese show in the world gets underway at Nantwich.
Steve Backshall presents the story and sound of the red-backed shrike.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
2/4 Quentin Letts asks how much Britain benefits from a national collection of art.
2/5 Chemist Andrea Sella and biologist Buzz Baum explain why a leopard could change its spots. (R)
Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music. Led by Bishop Chris Edmondson.
Painkiller addiction, Jasmine Whitbread of Save the Children, and celebrating Ramadan.
3/5 Len's son Matt appears to be suffering the same nightmare as the dead Charlene.
1/3 Paul imagines the journey of an email as it travels from New York to London.
5/10 A sinister shop in the East End may hold a vital clue.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
A buy-to-let landlord was left with huge bills after a tenant set up a cannabis farm.
John Waite investigates how rivers are paying the price for our cheap water.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
Lucy Kellaway looks at the changes in office layout over the last 100 years.
Things are looking up for Lilian. (R)
Mainz, 1945. Oppenheim has a visitor. A Gestapo officer needs a reference - from a Jew.
Ruth Alexander helps you cut moving costs, whether renting or buying. (R)
Mark Porter finds out why whopping cough is on the rise and who should be concerned. (R)
The transformation of gourmet restaurant style. Also, racialised children's literature.
The Sun editor David Dinsmore on the launch of Sun+, and BT Vision chief exec Marc Watson.
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
6/6 Oh dear - this week, Marcus Brigstocke has been given his own railway franchise to run.
Arts news with Kirsty Lang, including The Heat and Philip Pullman's Cultural Exchange.
3/5 Len's son Matt appears to be suffering the same nightmare as the dead Charlene. (R)
Is Wagner's music morally tainted by his anti-semitism? Engaging debate with Michael Buerk
4/4 Tim Harford reflects on the impact of mankind on the world around us. (R)
2/2 Who should decide funding for scientific research, the public or scientists? (R)
2/4 Quentin Letts asks how much Britain benefits from a national collection of art. (R)
Mother and stepfather of four-year-old boy battered to death are found guilty of murder.
3/10 Sefton and Morley set off in rural Norfolk to do field research for the the County Guides.
3/4 Lach shares his thoughts on Jim Morrison, Batman and Tom Petty.
3/4 Strap in as Clever Peter bring you a swimming rat, a talking fly and a Mexican stand-off. (R)
1/2 Bernard Cribbins looks back at his early career at Oldham Rep. (R)
3/5 Sampat continues to investigate the case of Sheelu, whose harrowing story has now emerged. (R)
Asian and Citrus longhorn beetles could destroy UK trees, warns the Forestry Commission.
Michaela Strachan presents the story and sound of the stonechat.
Thursday 1 August 2013