The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/5 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.
The future of one of Britain's most popular crags will be decided today.
Brett Westwood presents the story and sound of the jay.
Morning news and current affairs. Includes Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Sue MacGregor reunites five people involved in the birth of Spare Rib magazine. (R)
An Act of Worship led by Andrew Graystone.
Jenni Murray talks to Margaret Hodge MP about being chair of the Public Accounts Committee
5/5 The family gather to scatter their mother's ashes and find themselves throwing a party.
2/2 Will finds time to observe at close quarters a troupe of Diana monkeys.
3/6 A school fundraiser proves unusually challenging for the three couples.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
Phone providers offer early upgrades more often. Why do we need them?
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
5/5 Bettany Hughes investigates ideas of justice, from Babylon to the Old Bailey.
David is celebrating his birthday. (R)
4/6 The wife of an old school friend of Frank's is brought in for drink-driving.
Peter Gibbs is in the chair at Ness Botanic Gardens, with questions from a local audience.
Radicalism and adolescence in Tessa Hadley's story, read by Harriet Walter.
Sir John Curtiss, Pat Pilkington, Brian Sollitt, Joan Regan, Tom Vernon, Franco de Gemini.
Tim Harford on free school meals, the Formula 1 film Rush, plastic bags and cycling risk.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
6/6 Rory Bremner and team are joined by journalist George Monbiot and author Mark Stevenson.
Ian is the voice of reason.
The BBC National Short Story Award 2013 shortlist; Jack Vettriano retrospective review.
5/5 The family gather to scatter their mother's ashes and find themselves throwing a party. (R)
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Sunninghill in Berkshire.
AL Kennedy reflects on our tendency to behave badly when we think no-one is looking.
Adam Fould adapts his poem about a white family caught up in the Mau Mau time in Kenya.
Lyn and Mary reconsider their relationship, after Lyn's prison sentence for drink-driving. (R)
UKIP removes party whip from MEP after 'sluts' joke. News round-up with Philippa Thomas.
10/10 The COI set Thomas up with a new job which seems suspiciously easy to secure.
7/9 Lord Byron's only legitimate child is championed by Konnie Huq.
4/4 Matthew Sweet and philosopher Miranda Fricker look at historic wrongs. (R)
5/5 1833: A family is killed by arsenic, and the race is on for a test to catch the culprits. (R)
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Sister Jane Livesey CJ.
'A student told me his brother shot his mother in the head' - hear from a prison teacher.
Saturday 21 September 2013