The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 In the late 1930s, as a student in Paris, Mitterrand had some difficult choices to make. (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 Canon Steve Williams.
Reporting from South Dakota where tens of thousands of cattle died in October's storms.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the twite.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
Libby Purves meets wine writer Jancis Robinson and Kangeroo Dundee, Chris 'Brolga' Barns.
Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music. Led by the Rev Tony Burnham.
Singer-songwriter Birdy performs live, plus award-winning bipolar blogger Charlotte Walker
3/5 Pushkin's wife demands to hear more of his most famous story.
Sarfraz Manzoor talks to people who have decided to leave Islam and become ex-Muslims.
3/4 Tom's mum volunteers her son to give the eulogy following the death of her cousin.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
Why are photos of complete strangers popping up on emails? With Winifred Robinson.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
Andrew reveals the changing shape of our lives by compressing a whole life into 20 seconds
There's a cuckoo in the nest at the Stables. (R)
Wives in 1960s colonial Singapore are partying, unaware of disturbing domestic problems.
Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls and emails on carers' rights.
Professors Sophie Scott and Irene Tracey examine 25 years of understanding the brain. (R)
Is modern sport a product of our economic system? Also, boxing's golden age.
The first of a network of local TV services has launched, but why have many been delayed?
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/6 The return of Stephen K Amos' sitcom about growing up black, gay and funny in 1980s London
Oliver offers an olive branch.
Mark Lawson announces the winner of the William Hill Sports Book of the Year.
3/5 Pushkin's wife demands to hear more of his most famous story. (R)
Should police be crime fighters or enforcers of social norms? Chaired by Michael Buerk.
Chemistry lecturer Mark Lorch asks why we are all so afraid of chemicals.
Quentin Cooper takes a look at the new materials that can mend themselves.
Libby Purves meets wine writer Jancis Robinson and Kangeroo Dundee, Chris 'Brolga' Barns. (R)
Cameron says the UK won't be a 'soft touch' for EU migrants. Presented by Carolyn Quinn.
3/10 Laurie learns his mother is remarrying, while his friendship with Andrew deepens.
The News Quiz gets a US makeover with an all-American panel.
Sean Curran reports from Westminster on plans to restrict benefit payments to EU migrants.
3/5 Mitterrand kept his private life quiet for most of his career, but he had two families. (R)
What does the huge rise in the popularity of wood-burning stoves mean for wood producers?
Martin Hughes-Games presents the goshawk.
Thursday 28 November 2013