The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Transgender body modifications and latent nationalism, subjects of two prize-winning books
The bells of St Mary's Church, Andover, Hampshire.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer with the Rt Rev Chris Edmondson, Bishop of Bolton.
Moira Hickey is in Skye to find out if crofting has a bright future.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
John Humphrys in Athens and Evan Davis in Paris report on elections in Greece and France.
Andrew Marr with Nick Harkaway, Anab Jain, Charles Arthur and Simon Ings.
1/5 By Andrea Stuart. Exploring the painful contradictions of race, money and class.
Lone parenting, Siobhan Benita, and the art of exaggeration. Presented by Jane Garvey.
1/5 Maddie publicly identifies the man who raped her but soon regrets involving the police.
Peter and Dan Snow celebrate the centenary of the Royal Flying Corps.
5/6 What will happen to his family when Harvey's racist mum, Lou, has to move in?
Designer Paul Costelloe joins Julian for a live shopping special from Westfield Stratford.
The latest weather forecast.
Shaun Ley presents national and international news.
16/20 A domestic clock reveals the changing relationship Shakespeare's audiences had to time.
Usha puts her foot in it. Meanwhile Alice has to change her plans.
Comedy drama about John Le Mesurier, Arthur Lowe and the making of Dad's Army.
3/13 Heat three of the music quiz with competitors from Birmingham, Nottingham and Berwickshire
Nutritious, tasty but overlooked, Sheila Dillon asks if seaweed is the food of the future?
Ian Kelly explores the theatricality and architecture of food and feasting.
2/7 Is control over one's digital life an illusion? And what happens if control is lost?
Carolyn Quinn presents full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
6/6 With Miles Jupp, Susan Calman, Marcus Brigstocke and Alan Davies. David Mitchell hosts.
There's a homecoming in the village. Meanwhile Alan offers some comfort.
John Wilson meets musician Damon Albarn in his studio, as he prepares for a busy summer.
Michael Palin introduces Humphrey Barclay, who has become an African chief.
A profile of the People's Funeral Service in Honduras, the most murderous nation on earth.
Science magazine programme.
National and international news and analysis, with Robin Lustig.
1/10 The occasional reappearances of his wife help a widower come to terms with her death.
Michael Rosen investigates the world of interpreting.
The intriguing tale of Alexey Arhipovskiy and his new balalaika sound.
Sarah Swadling discovers why it's just too wet for waders.
Tuesday 8 May 2012