The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/3 After being converted to northern soul, David plans to hitchhike to the casino in Wigan. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of St Helen's Parish Church, Sefton, Merseyside.
Mary Ann Sieghart asks, is Hassan Rouhani a completely new kind of Iranian leader? (R)
The latest national and international news.
Mark Tully concludes his exploration of the relationship between reason and religion.
Caz Graham heads to Cumbria's Lyth Valley on a hunt for damsons at harvest time.
The latest weather forecast.
The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
Modern slavery, halal food, and what's happened to the Big Society. With William Crawley.
Charlotte Sewell, a beneficiary, presents an appeal on behalf of the Trussell Trust.
For Back to Church Sunday, from Latimer Minster, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire.
Stephen King says, 'Love creates horror.' AL Kennedy agrees. (R)
Brett Westwood presents the story and sound of the bluethroat. (R)
Sunday morning magazine programme. Presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Brenda's catching up, and Kathy's been pushed too far.
Kirsty Young talks to comedian Lee Mack.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
7/7 With Jenny Eclair, Julian Clary, Liza Tarbuck and Paul Merton. (R)
Sheila Dillon investigates the new School Food Plan and asks if it can make real change.
Newspaper columnist Steve Richards goes on stage with 'pro-politics comedy'.
Eric Robson and the panel are in north east London to answer audience questions. (R)
In China 're-education' is still used as a form of punishment - hear one man's story.
1/7 Guy Crouchback is searching for a purpose to live. Evelyn Waugh's satirical masterpiece.
Sathnanm Sanghera on Marriage Material, and a look at Brazil's vast literary scene.
Roger McGough presents a selection of listeners' requests for poems by Charles Causley.
What rights do people have when they feel they've been unfairly put under surveillance? (R)
The best of the previous seven days of BBC Radio, chosen by Stuart Maconie.
Elizabeth looks forward.
1/4 Comedian Alex Horne and his five-piece jazz band are joined by guest David O'Doherty. (R)
2/3 By Malcolm Mackay. A professional hitman finds himself in an unexpected situation.
Tim Harford looks at the claim that there are more hospital deaths in England than the US. (R)
Matthew Bannister remembers Kofi Awoonor, Peter Kay, Carolyn Cassady and Ferguson Smith. (R)
Personal finance news. Will the Royal Mail sell-off be a 1st or 2nd class investment? (R)
Charlotte Sewell, a beneficiary, presents an appeal on behalf of the Trussell Trust. (R)
Peter Day travels to China to ask why so many graduates are having difficulty finding jobs (R)
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
A look at how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories.
Cate Blanchett talks to Francine Stock about her lead role in Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine. (R)
Mark Tully concludes his exploration of the relationship between reason and religion. (R)
The rise of instant noodles. Also, British men dancing like Brazilians. (R)
The bells of St Helen's Parish Church, Sefton, Merseyside. (R)
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Canon Simon Doogan.
Scotland targets Indian buyers to boost food exports.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Brett Westwood presents the story and sound of the serin.
Monday 30 September 2013