The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/3 By Laura Barton. Time was when Rita used to dance here but now she works in the cloakroom. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of All Saints Church in East Pennard, Somerset.
Mark Coles presents a profile of Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre. (R)
The latest national and international news.
John McCarthy considers the relationships we have with those we live alongside.
Sarah Swadling meets the farmer on a mission to breed a hen that lays green shelled eggs.
The latest weather forecast.
The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
Report by Ofsted says more than half of schools are failing pupils on religious education.
Claire Tomalin presents an appeal on behalf of the charity Contact a Family.
From Three Ways School in Bath, with singer and music therapist Adrian Snell.
Lisa Jardine draws lessons from the career of Leo Szilard, who worked on the atom bomb. (R)
Brett Westwood presents the story and sound of the serin. (R)
Sunday morning magazine programme. Presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Elizabeth looks forward, and it's Emma to the rescue.
Carolyn McCall, businesswoman and CEO of easyJet, is interviewed by Kirsty Young.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
1/6 New exhibits are put to host Prof John Lloyd and new curator Humphrey Ker. (R)
Sheila Dillon meets a new generation of cooks using slow and pressure cookers.
1/2 James Naughtie traces the story of the theatre's founding from 1848 to the First World War
Eric Robson and his GQT panel are at West Dean College and Gardens, near Chichester. (R)
Fi Glover visits the British Library as it launches an online archive of conversations.
2/7 Guy spends his time aiding Apthorpe with the concealment of his Thunder box.
Hilary Mantel discusses her second Man Booker Prize-winning novel Bring Up the Bodies.
Roger McGough presents a second selection of requests for Charles Causley's poems.
What will the government's plan to produce more low-carbon energy do to our fuel bills? (R)
Mark Billingham chooses the best of BBC Radio this week.
Nic feels guilty.
2/4 Comedian Alex Horne and his five-piece jazz band are joined by guest Nick Helm. (R)
3/3 By Stuart MacBride. Childhood secrets are revealed in this sinister tale.
Are hundreds of young children visiting A&E because of alcohol? Tim Harford investigates. (R)
Matthew Bannister on Tom Clancy, Lindsay Cooper, Rabbi Philip Berg and Anthony Hinds. (R)
Why some E.on customers can no longer StayWarm. Personal finance news with Paul Lewis. (R)
Claire Tomalin presents an appeal on behalf of the charity Contact a Family. (R)
Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood won at the polls but failed to keep power. What went wrong? (R)
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Kevin Maguire of the Daily Mirror looks at how papers reported the week's biggest stories.
James McAvoy talks to Francine Stock about new film Filth, based on Irvine Welsh's novel. (R)
John McCarthy considers the relationships we have with those we live alongside. (R)
Laurie Taylor on the transformation of slums into visitor attractions. Also, food tourism. (R)
The bells of All Saints Church in East Pennard, Somerset. (R)
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with George Craig.
The government launches new plans to boost food exports, but will they help our farmers?
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson presents the pink-footed goose.
Monday 7 October 2013