The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/5 Nestor dives with the Ama, women who have been freediving in Japan's seas for 2,000 years. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A short reflection and prayer with Canon Simon Doogan.
Could TB be more widespread in badgers in Cheshire than previously thought?
Michaela Strachan presents the story and sound of the Arctic skua. (R)
Morning news. Includes Sports Desk; Yesterday in Parliament; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Programmes will resume at 08:35
Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
2/4 Under what circumstances can parents donate the organs of their newborn baby after death?
Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by the Rev Ernest Rea.
Jenni Murray presents the programme that offers a female perspective on the world.
4/5 Jamie decides to surprise Darleen and go to the commune to declare his love for her.
What do you do when a twisting funnel drops from the sky? A report from tornado alley.
Actor Neil Stuke chooses favourite food writing at the Bristol Food Connections Festival.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
What do children who normally get free school meals eat during the summer holidays?
The latest weather forecast.
Police chief denies Met squad spied on justice campaigns. Presented by Edward Stourton.
Out of the tragedy of the Irish potato famine in 1845, a new discipline in science emerged
Susan's in gossip mode. (R)
1/2 Mma Ramotswe makes an unexpected ghostly sighting. Or does she? (R)
How did people live and work 2,000 years ago? Helen Mark finds out at Butser Ancient Farm.
Hugh Quarshie presents an appeal for Anti-Slavery International. (R)
Tom Campbell and Nikesh Shukla on writing about this generation's alienated young men. (R)
Sherlock co-creator Mark Gatiss, Richard Lester on The Beatles and Hercules labours again.
Adam discusses the ethics and privacy issues surrounding facial recognition programmes.
Britain and Russia react to Austria-Hungary's ultimatum.
Eddie Mair presents coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/4 Thom Tuck presents the pick of new sketch groups currently performing on the UK circuit.
The SAVE campaigners blaze a trail.
Giant puppets return to Liverpool; the two stars of Porgy and Bess; author Gerald Seymour.
4/5 Jamie decides to surprise Darleen and go to the commune to declare his love for her. (R)
Allegations of a plot to Islamise secular schools in Birmingham investigated.
Faulty children's beds and mis-labelled monkey nuts: Evan Davis discusses product recalls.
Adam discusses the ethics and privacy issues surrounding facial recognition programmes. (R)
2/4 Will Gompertz meets Rem Koolhaas, the architect who thinks his profession is in crisis. (R)
Police 'spies' report, Hamas leader interview, French anti-Semitism claims.
4/10 Rejected by her husband, Nella continues to feel alone in the city.
Jonathan Ross, Richard Herring, Kerry Godliman and Paul Chowdhry try not to be funny.
Two friends share the stories of their grandmothers, who couldn't have been more different
Israel rejects ceasefire plan and has everyone shared in UK recovery? With Philippa Thomas
4/5 In the Caribbean, James Nestor plunges to the Midnight Zone in a home-made submarine. (R)
Pig industry fear over the spread of African Swine Fever in Europe.
Michaela Strachan presents the story and sound of the yellow wagtail. (R)
Friday 25 July 2014