The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Laurie Taylor considers the impact of drug enforcement operations. (R)
The bells of St Peter and St Paul, Shiplake, Oxfordshire. (R)
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 Dr Michael Ford.
The gene which could lead to more sustainable transport fuel from crops and plant waste.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Michaela Strachan presents the story and sound of the icterine warbler.
Morning news, including the UK foreign secretary on the Egypt crisis.
3/3 Robert and guests examine the shifting sands of plagiarism, influence and originality.
2/5 Roger Law meets two creators - one making real objects, the other computer-generated ones.
Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by the Rev Clair Jaquiss.
Author Kate Mosse presents a themed edition of Woman's Hour on publishing.
1/5 Five months ago, Liz was a hard-nosed social worker. Today she doesn't know who she is.
2/2 'Slow coach' Carl asks the volunteers to step back and reflect on the bigger picture.
6/6 The office reluctantly takes part in a bonding exercise in the grounds of a country house.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
How to get tickets to the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. With Julian Worricker.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
1/5 Wildlife cameraman John Aitchison watches leopard seals hunting young penguins. (R)
Shula is finalising details. (R)
By Alice Oswald. An extraordinary poetic evocation of moonrise over the Severn Estuary. (R)
Guests this week are Jenni Murray, Matt Barbet, David Wood and Katharine Whitehorn.
Dan Saladino looks at how food has increasingly become a big ingredient in crime fiction. (R)
Rich Morton gathers comedians' tales of their all-time nightmare stand-up shows.
Ernie Rea and his guests debate whether violence is permitted within Buddhism.
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/7 Nicholas Parsons hosts the popular panel game, recorded at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Oliver is reassuring.
Mark Lawson talks to Tom Stoppard about his new Radio 2 drama, inspired by Pink Floyd.
1/5 Five months ago, Liz was a hard-nosed social worker. Today she doesn't know who she is. (R)
Does true love have to be monogamous? We hear three very modern love stories.
Rayhan Demeytrie investigates allegations of torture in Kazakhstan's prisons. (R)
Melvyn Bragg tells the story of the Nobel-winning physicists William and Lawrence Bragg. (R)
3/3 Robert and guests examine the shifting sands of plagiarism, influence and originality. (R)
Greenwald, UN Baghdad bomb anniversary, political soundbites, Kurdistan. With Ritula Shah.
6/10 1973. Liverpool win their first European trophy, but Bill is shaken by his wife's illness.
6/10 Late-night conversation. Jane Garvey asks whether sport matters.
1/5 On an evening in 1956, a group of men gather in an apartment in Buenos Aires to play cards (R)
Why the House of Commons canteen has stopped making omelettes with fresh eggs.
Michaela Strachan presents the story and sound of the Northern wheatear.
Tuesday 20 August 2013