The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
By Anneliese Mackintosh. Quirky story about the apostrophe that ends a relationship.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of St Alphege, Solihull, West Midlands.
Chris Bowlby profiles Ralf Hutter, founding member of the influential band Kraftwerk.
The latest national and international news.
Teresa Morgan explores how music runs like a thread through our lives.
Sarah Swadling examines welfare standards in the Danish pig industry.
The latest weather forecast.
The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme, presented by Edward Stourton.
Diane Louise Jordan presents an appeal on behalf of the charity Toybox.
A service from St Alfege Church, Greenwich, near the London Marathon start line.
Will Self says we should embrace the intellectual challenge of difficult books and art.
Sunday morning magazine programme presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Brian squares up to his opponents and Leonie refuses to listen.
Sue MacGregor reunites five founders of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.
3/6 With panellists Marcus Brigstocke, Miles Jupp, Susan Calman and Alan Davies.
Dan Saladino finds out why America's brewing scene is a growing influence on British beer.
2/3 Misha Glenny explores the rise of Prussia, dispelling several myths along the way.
The panel visit a gardening group near Rugeley for some gardening trouble-shooting.
Fi Glover presents conversations from Belfast, Oxfordshire and Humberside.
1/2 Debonair Uncle Fred loves his role of 'imposter', especially that of an ageing cupid.
Mariella Frostrup talks to award-winning writer Timothy Mo about his new book Pure.
4/4 Play up and play the game! Henry Newbolt's poem is unravelled by Peggy Reynolds.
Yasmeen Khan reports on new initiatives to counter sexual harassment and assault.
Stuart Maconie makes his selection from the past seven days of BBC Radio.
Brian refuses to listen. Meanwhile cricket practice proves to be surprisingly popular.
3/6 Rufus Hound invites Julian Clary to read out embarrassing extracts from his teenage diary.
4/5 A divorced woman tries to break free from the painful ties that bind.
The height of North Koreans, the width of police officers and rate of species extinction.
Matthew Bannister on Bert Weedon, Mike Wallace, Judy Egerton and Ahmed Ben Bella.
Paul Lewis looks at holiday pay for temporary workers, wine investment and PPI claims.
Is China's bubble about to burst? Peter Day reports.
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Iain Martin of the Sunday Telegraph analyses how the papers cover the biggest stories.
Emily Blunt on the Hollywood 'chemistry test', Juliette Binoche on sex and prostitution.
Laurie Taylor discusses an ethnography of crack users and a study of a Cambridge crew.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with the Rev Dr Jeremy Morris.
Charlotte Smith hears the English pilot badger culls will be challenged in court.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Monday 23 April 2012