The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
The Archbishop of Canterbury reflects on the life of Nelson Mandela.
Will Self reflects that our modern secular society has silenced the voices of the dead. (R)
Chris Packham presents the whooper swan. (R)
Sunday morning magazine programme, presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Clarrie wants to heal the rift. Meanwhile, Alistair leads a frantic search.
Kirsty Young talks to Barbara Hulanicki, fashion designer and creator of Biba.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
4/6 Victoria Wood joins regulars Tim, Graeme and Barry. Jack Dee chairs. (R)
Lesley Steinitz explains the pioneering story of Bovril - a very beefy love affair.
The latest weather forecast.
The latest national and international news.
Eric Robson and the GQT team visit Wainfleet near Skegness. (R)
Fi Glover with some surprising decisions involved in being a parent, even one about wolves
A young woman turns up at Jess Tyler's cabin, tempting the God-fearing farmer into sin.
Penelope Lively on where she writes and Suzanne Berne on her novel The Dogs of Littlefield
A portrait of Martinique's most famous son, poet and politician Aime Cesaire.
We face a housing crisis, but is land the real issue? Chris Bowlby investigates. (R)
Mark Coles profiles British Olympic diver Tom Daley. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
The best of BBC Radio this week chosen by Sheila McClennon.
Shula struggles with her emotions.
2/6 David expounds on the guilt he feels as a result of writing stories about his family.
3/3 A certain Oxford academic is transported to a world at once strange, but somehow familiar.
Too much Nigella on Radio 4? And a trip to Ambridge with the Archers archivist. (R)
Matthew Bannister on a general, an archpriestess, an autonumerologist and a nephrologist.
Energy firms that keep your money, Autumn Statement, and the deal to end mega mobile bills (R)
Kathy Lette presents an appeal for Women and Children First UK. (R)
Peter Day discovers if a war game can help bridge the gap of healthy living in Newcastle. (R)
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Dennis Sewell of the Spectator looks at how papers covered the week's biggest stories.
Francine Stock talks to Daniel Radcliffe on playing a beat poet in Kill Your Darlings. (R)
Commentary from the Adelaide Oval on the second Ashes Test between Australia and England.
Monday 9 December 2013