The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 1833: A family is killed by arsenic, and the race is on for a test to catch the culprits. (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 Janet Wootton.
What do pig farmers make of the news that pork marked British was probably Dutch?
Brett Westwood presents the story and sound of the hobby.
Morning news and current affairs. Includes Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Jim Al-Khalili discusses sci-fi and popularising maths with Prof Ian Stewart.
Carolyn Quinn speaks to Gillian Duffy, called a 'bigoted woman' in 2010 by Gordon Brown.
Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music. Led by the Rev Roger Hutchings.
Antarctic commander; sharing housework; books for teens; should inheritance law change?
2/5 Leonard's birthday brings his children back home for a family meal.
Does human population increase mean more disease for wild and domestic animals and plants?
The remarkable story of the Mangeshkar sisters - revered by Bollywood fans the world over. (R)
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
The NHS of the future. How would you renew and revitalise our health service?
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
2/5 Bettany Hughes considers the fame game through the ages.
Shula's determined. (R)
Nigel Planer's comedy about two very different men mourning the woman they both loved.
Exploring the role Dumbo, Bambi and Pluto played in the Allied invasion of France in 1944.
Miranda Krestovnikoff goes in search of the UK's most enigmatic sea creature: the shark.
Mike Thomson explores a document pointing at American treachery prior to Pearl Harbour.
7/9 Lord Byron's only legitimate child is championed by Konnie Huq.
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/6 A song about an unheralded inventor, a touching reunion and a normal man.
Brian's not easily fooled.
John Wilson reports on a major exhibition of Australian art, on show at the Royal Academy.
2/5 Leonard's birthday brings his children back home for a family meal. (R)
In London fashion week, Jane Deith reports from Bangladesh on safety for textile workers.
Lee Kumutat looks at useful smartphone apps for visually-impaired people.
7/7 Lisa Jardine explores what's driving science in the 21st century.
Jim Al-Khalili discusses sci-fi and popularising maths with Prof Ian Stewart. (R)
A year away from the Scottish independence referendum, a special programme from Glasgow.
7/10 Thomas feels a certain heroic glow at the thought of doing his bit for Queen and country.
3/4 DS Nick Mohammed is on the trail of a fugitive, with the help of Colin and Anna.
1/4 Pints and philosophical puzzles with Matthew Sweet, discussing free riding and tiny harms. (R)
2/5 1833: A family is killed by arsenic, and the race is on for a test to catch the culprits. (R)
Labelling of poultry, pig, sheep and goat meat could change under new EU rules.
Brett Westwood presents the story and sound of the turnstone.
Wednesday 18 September 2013