The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 Germaine Greer tells the story of her search for a patch of her native Australia to heal. (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 Rabbi YY Rubinstein.
Will farmers take legal action as flooding continues on the Somerset Levels?
Chris Packham presents the blue tit.
Morning news. Includes Sports Desk; Yesterday in Parliament; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Ministers indicate the UK could agree to take in some Syrian refugees. With Sean Curran.
Jonathan Freedland and his team goes on location to investigate the floods of 1953.
Anita Anand talks to solicitor Mathew Waddington, who specialises in children's law.
Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by the Rev Steven Benson.
Irma Kurtz on 'My Life in Agony'; dealing with anxiety; flexible working for men.
2/5 Dame Laura takes a break from painting the trials to explore the city of Nuremberg.
Monty Don asks who is responsible for the life in our oceans.
Jude Rogers and Ruth Barnes look at the empowering flipside of pop fandom.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
Is marriage declining? Consumer phone-in with Winifred Robinson.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news.
2/5 Bettany listens to a rat laughing and giggles at schoolboy jokes from Ancient Mesopotamia.
Kirsty has a favour to ask. (R)
By Deirdre Kinahan. When a body is found in her street, Maeve begins her own investigation
Helen Castor joins guests to discuss the latest historical research from across the UK.
3/4 What is fairness and are we naturally fair to each other? Michael Blastland investigates.
It's a word that can start a war. Michael Rosen explores the meaning of 'terrorist'.
8/8 Sara Cox nominates hip hop artist and rapper Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
6/6 Comedy writer and director Graham Linehan talks to comedian and actor Adam Buxton.
There is a late-night phone call at Brookfield.
Arts news with Juliet Stevenson in Beckett's Happy Days, and documentary The Armstrong Lie
2/5 Dame Laura takes a break from painting the trials to explore the city of Nuremberg. (R)
After last year's horsemeat scandal, have enough lessons been learned?
Advice on dealing with inaccessible forms and a new tactile watch, the Bradley Timepiece.
E-cigarette advertising, and could MRI revolutionise the diagnosis of prostate cancer?
Jonathan Freedland and his team goes on location to investigate the floods of 1953. (R)
The Ukraine PM and government resign and the strongest economic growth figures since 2007.
7/10 A poignant glimpse into Miriam and Tommy's personal experience of revolution.
4/4 Shappi takes a wry comedic look at politics with guests Ian Stone and John O'Farrell. (R)
Sean Curran hears Ed Balls and George Osborne respond to improving growth figures.
2/5 Germaine Greer is taken to see an abandoned dairy farm on the Gold Coast. (R)
Should meat slaughtered under Kosher and Halal rules be specifically labelled?
Chris Packham presents the grey wagtail.
Wednesday 29 January 2014