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The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/5 Anjan Sundaram observes the elections and is caught up in their disturbing aftermath. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Bishop Stephen Oliver.
Listener Janice Kennedy tells her story about discovering a WW1 time capsule.
News headlines, plus a look at the papers.
The latest weather forecast.
1/6 Clare Balding finds some hidden walking gems around Thundersley, near the Thames Estuary. (R)
Charlotte Smith examines the business behind UK livestock breeding.
Including Sports Desk, Thought for the Day and Weather.
Richard Coles and Suzy Klein talk to adventurer Ed Stafford.
3/6 Jay Rayner hosts the culinary panel programme from the Bristol Food Connections Festival.
Peter Oborne of the Daily Telegraph looks behind the scenes at Westminster.
Telling the whole story: Egypt's election and other correspondents' stories.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
Paul Lewis with crowd-funding, the single-tier state pension, quibbling over holiday money
6/7 Steve Punt, Hugh Dennis and the team present a comic take on the week's news. (R)
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate from the BBC Radio Theatre in London. (R)
A chance for Radio 4 listeners to have their say on the issues raised in Any Questions?
7/8 Toby Stephens is Raymond Chandler's fast-talking private eye Philip Marlowe. (R)
Saving the high street. Why aren't more women super rich? The lost art of conversation.
Full coverage of the day's news.
Listener Janice Kennedy tells her story about discovering a WW1 time capsule. (R)
Emma Freud and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
2/8 Novelist Will Self creates a fictional response to a story in this week's news.
Tim Winton's Eyrie, Kenneth Clark at Tate Britain, Heli, Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be.
Michael Rosen discovers Walter Benjamin's radio works for children. Read by Henry Goodman.
3/3 After an enforced year away from Mary Thorne, Frank returns to Greshambury. (R)
SF Said believes fiction can help to bridge the divide between 'us' and 'them'. (R)
3/4 Jarvis takes to the sea, contemplating night crossings mythic and modern. (R)
Tom Sutcliffe chairs a new series of the game of lateral thinking and cryptic connections. (R)
Roger McGough presents best-loved poems chosen by an audience at Bristol Food Connections. (R)
2/3 Attracted to Karlssen's brilliance, Chapman is soon on the receiving end of his ambition. (R)
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of All Saints Church, Maidstone, Kent.
Sunday 25 May 2014