The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 Historical encounters: Helen Keller and Martha Graham.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Prayer and reflection with the Rev Dr Janet Wootton.
A lack of rain earlier in the year has led to what experts are calling a second autumn.
Treasury Chief Sec Danny Alexander on balancing deficit reduction and growth.
Lively and diverse conversation with Libby Purves and guests including Imran Khan.
3/5 Elizabeth Taylor unnerves James Dean. Read by Eleanor Bron and Tom Hollander.
Male facial hair: love it or loathe it?; women in business - hiring and firing; Janis Ian.
3/5 Even faithful Communists were sent to the Gulag, as Lyuda's ex-husband knows to his cost.
2/2 Declan Curry is in Fermanagh to visit the Belleek Pottery to hear a story of survival.
5/8 In pursuit of the Valentine gang, Paul and Steve set out on a high speed midnight drive.
An expensive letting scam, celebrity chefs and council assets for sale.
The latest weather forecast.
With Martha Kearney. National and international news.
Sir Harold Evans, David Carr of the New York Times and X-Factor "exploitation".
Christopher makes an unusual request.
3/5 Commissar Krymov is sent to tackle dissent in Stalingrad's 'rat-war' frontline battle.
With Vincent Duggleby. Discussion and advice on personal finance.
2/3 By Laura Dockrill. After setting up an account, how hard is it to truly quit the network?
3/5 NI peace negotiator Tony Macaulay revisits his paper round route with Bob Kingdom.
Laurie Taylor explores our understanding of suicide, and family secrets.
3/4 Matthew ponders the human capacity for greed and altruism. With Kin Binmore.
Eddie Mair presents the day's top stories.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/6 A heatwave and an archaeological excavation leads to an unexpected swimming pool.
Tom has a trick up his sleeve.
Tom Stoppard on Travesties; newspaper documentary Page One reviewed.
Combative, provocative and engaging debate.
Russell M Davies says the next revolution will unleash individual creativity.
Miranda Krestovnikoff discovers ways that scientists could use to halt sea level rise.
With Robin Lustig. National and international news and analysis.
3/5 Arthur Haggerston is forced to beg for a job on a building site with his Uncle George.
3/4 The perils of decorating and furnishing our homes and then inviting people round.
1/6 Nigel Penny has to contend with an atonal barbershop quartet and a depressed timpanist.
1/5 The writer Jon Ronson looks at one of our deepest fears - the fear of flying.
Charlotte Smith hears how consumer power can boost the British food industry.
Thursday 22 September 2011