The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/5 Is El Narco a criminal movement or an insurgency that threatens the very state itself?
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
Prayer and reflection.
Youth unemployment, the music of Hitchcock, and how photos bring people back to life.
News headlines, plus a look at the papers.
The latest weather forecast.
Seven years since the hunting act became law, Open Country investigates if it's working.
From birds to boar, Charlotte Smith crunches the numbers on wildlife surveys.
Why are so many people visiting A&E departments? Plus celebrity privacy and Press TV.
Richard Coles with TV personality Ulrika Jonsson; comedian Ruby Wax's Inheritance Tracks.
John McCarthy looks at travelling in East Jerusalem and the West Bank.
3/3 Science-mad comedian Robin Ince shares his wonder at gene research and love of festivals.
Jackie Ashley of the Guardian looks behind the scenes at Westminster.
Kate Adie hosts despatches from correspondents in Yemen, Syria, India, Pakistan and Israel
British forces abroad face tax fines, new coins, selling your mobile and pension drawdown.
5/8 A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Sandi Toksvig.
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a discussion of news and politics from Ingatestone, Essex.
Listeners' responses to this week's Any Questions?
An encounter with a journalist causes shockwaves in Edith Wharton's life.
A profile of legendary print maker Stanley Jones by Susan Aldworth.
Freemarket feminism, parenting the French way and pretty in pink for spring fashions.
A fresh perspective on the day's news with sports headlines.
Clive Anderson with Ardal O'Hanlon, Mark Thomas, Gus Casely-Hayford and Paul Gambaccini.
2/8 Peter Souter tackles the devolution debate via two of Edinburgh's newest residents.
Tom Sutcliffe and his guests review the week's cultural highlights.
Lisa Appignanesi explores the intense relationship between Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung.
3/3 Mickey returns to India, determined to marry Mary and prove himself to Martin.
Nick Robinson goes behind the closed doors of Whitehall.
Contestants from Cheshire, the West Midlands and Edinburgh bid for a semi-final place.
Roger McGough with red-hot poetry read by Catherine Cusack and Patrick Romer.
3/3 A married man runs a terrible risk when out for a walk in the park with his mistress.
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of York Minster.
Novelist Clare Allan asks why lying gets such a bad press.
Sunday 22 January 2012