The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
1/5 Nick's ability to hear music is altered irrevocably, and a process of readjustment begins.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
Spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with the Rev Dr Mark Beach.
Vets fear thousands of sheep could be infected with a new disease.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
Jonathan Freedland compares Greek debt to the sovereign default of Edward III in 1340.
5/5 Daniel Sanden-Warg was drawn to Norway for the hardanger fiddle - its national instrument.
2/5 Nick recollects his first seven records as a teenager.
Why's our relationship to food so complicated? And Joanna Trollope on her latest book.
2/5 Samuel is determined to go without Elizabeth on a navy jaunt to Portsmouth.
5/8 Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson travels to India to record the roar of a tiger.
1/5 A celebration of Gerry Rafferty's popular solo hit, Baker Street.
With radical reform of our police service underway, what should the role of the police be?
The latest weather forecast.
Shaun Ley presents national and international news.
2/30 Unlike the French, was it our bonding love of cricket that prevented a revolution?
Brian does a spot of networking.
2/3 It's not the first time Ruthie's mother has gone missing, but usually she leaves a note.
4/4 Nina explores the difficulty people have in expressing themselves.
In San Francisco, recycling is so profitable that they're fighting over the trash.
1/3 Allan Little looks at the transformation of Europe following the fall of the Berlin Wall.
9/9 Conservative politician Baroness Warsi nominates a 13th-century Indian princess.
Eddie Mair presents the day's top stories.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/4 At Annabelle's mum's 60th birthday party, Will faces his straight talking father-in-law.
Joe tackles some DIY.
Charlize Theron in Young Adult, and Australian novelist Kate Grenville.
Angus Stickler investigates deaths in police custody.
RNIB to sue airline for inaccessible website and museum wins prize for audio project.
Presented by Dr Mark Porter. Looking at the bacteria Pseudomonas.
The Arab League asks the UN Security Council to call for President Assad to stand down.
2/10 It's day two in the flat, and already there's a wine stain on Oskar's pristine wood floor.
5/6 Dr Berry's latest patient finds himself crowded, and face-to-face with an unusual tattoo.
5/6 The late-night Radio 4 announcer plays some trails and shares his private life.
Susan Hulme reports as David Cameron faces some sceptical questions on Europe.
The farm land that is worth less than some people carry around in their wallet.
Wednesday 1 February 2012