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The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/5 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.
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.
News headlines, plus a look at the papers.
The latest weather forecast.
1/6 Clare Balding walks in Somerset with the Tuesday Walkers of North Devon. (R)
It's tupping time! Charlotte Smith chats to farmers at a ram sale in Leicestershire.
News and current affairs. Including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Anita Anand and JP Devlin welcome guests Andi Peters and Aggie MacKenzie.
DJ Annie Nightingale looks at how Northern Soul music has become popular in Japan.
Good or bad? Useful or just an annoyance? Bridget Kendall and guests discuss dust and ash.
Kate Adie presents stories from Damascus, Flensburg, Hasankeyf, Toulouse and Copenhagen.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
Paul Lewis on the charity which had 60 fraudulent direct debits taken from accounts.
6/6 Rory Bremner and team are joined by journalist George Monbiot and author Mark Stevenson. (R)
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Sunninghill in Berkshire. (R)
The right to wear a full-face veil, and the end of the spare room subsidy.
By Colin Shindler. Private Eye, the Profumo Affair and the end of a British Government.
3/3 A middle class housewife suffers a rude awakening. Read by Joanna Tope. (R)
Stevie Nicks. Margaret Hodge. The school initiative for teen boys - Great Men Value Women.
Full coverage of the day's news.
'A student told me his brother shot his mother in the head' - hear from a prison teacher. (R)
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
Mark Coles explores how comedian Billy Connolly has tackled adversity with humour.
The Luminaries, and Sheridan Smith and David Walliams in A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Using ancient and modern inspiration Anne McElvoy asks how to be or not to be a politician
1/2 Even their packing proves a trial for the trouble-prone J, Harris and George. (R)
Clive Anderson and guests ask if the law offers enough protection to whistleblowers. (R)
Tom Sutcliffe chairs the game of lateral thinking and cryptic connections. (R)
Roger McGough presents some requested poems that tell a story. (R)
3/3 By Sarah Dunnakey. A wife discovers that her husband appears to be turning into marzipan. (R)
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of St Vedast, Foster Lane, London.
Mark Coles explores how comedian Billy Connolly has tackled adversity with humour. (R)
Sunday 22 September 2013