The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 An exploration of the origins of the font, drowned fonts and a tale of capitalising emails
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Prayer and reflection with Richard Hill.
How blue lights will be used to police imported eggs following the battery cage ban.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Lively and diverse conversation with Libby Purves and guests including Matthew Bourne.
3/5 The fonts we encounter on our journeys, and the man who tried to give up Helvetica.
Angela Merkel the Iron Lady of Europe? HPV vaccine update. Feminism and the Media.
8/10 Helen Graham's marriage is now five years old, and Huntingdon has refused to let her leave
Peter Snow with a Random Edition Special to mark the 70th anniversary of Pearl Harbour.
Laurence and Elliot quietly share a house, until Hannah nabs the spare room.
Behind-the-scenes of the internet dating industry which is now worth billions of pounds.
The latest weather forecast.
Martha Kearney presents national and international news.
3/15 Dominic Sandbrook looks at 18th-century long-distance letters.
Helen attempts to explain.
The dramatist's final play observes the brevity of life and the frailty of love.
Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on managing borrowing.
Biopolar disorder and misdiagnosis; complaining; employment support with mental illness.
Laurie Taylor explores new research into teenage sex in the parental home.
Leveson Inquiry and prejudice; lobbyists and lunches; reporting in Syria after Libya.
Eddie Mair presents the day's top stories.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/6 With comedians David Baddiel and Lucy Porter and quiz show presenter Richard Osman.
Pat teeters on the brink.
Mark Lawson with songwriter Carole King; author Don DeLillo; Eddie Redmayne as Richard II.
Should drug companies be given more access to NHS patient data? Michael Buerk chairs.
Physics teacher David Perks says current science teaching is short-changing children.
Gareth Mitchell ask how near we are to achieving hypersonic flight.
Robin Lustig presents national and international news and analysis.
3/10 At the golf club, the ladies are trying to decide on the theme for the annual dinner dance
6/6 In search of seasonal goodwill, Mark Watson continues his quest to improve the world.
Sean Curran presents the day's top news stories from Westminster.
Charlotte Smith hears there is a future for public owned forests in England.
Thursday 8 December 2011