The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
2/5 By Gary Younge. Despite having only spent four days there, 'home' was Barbados for Gary.
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.
Anna Hill meets a family forced to sell their pedigree herd because of milk price cuts.
Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk and Thought for the Day.
With guests Dr Rodrigo Medellin, Hannah Rothschild, Michael Ashton and Sir Roger Carrick.
3/5 Gary Younge on his relationship to Stevenage and how the place he grew up in has evolved.
Tamsin Greig on the new series of Episodes; Lone Parent Week; Mrs Robinson's Disgrace.
3/5 Maddie begins to regret having involved the police in the rape case.
2/4 Alan Dein delves into the mysterious deaths of five dogs in the same West Yorkshire street
1/4 The bizarre (and untrue) celebrity radiography of Richard Wilson.
The Ofsted inspectors paid by schools for advice and the pitfalls of renting out your home
Why PHS Wastetech, a leading workplace services firm, is in legal dispute with 92 clients.
The latest weather forecast.
National and international news with Martha Kearney.
18/20 A set of coronation designs reveals the depth of classical knowledge in Shakespeare's time
David hears of a development and Pip gets an offer.
A young mother tries to make sense of her father's abuse of her in the past.
The finances of childcare - Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer your calls.
Claudia visits HMP Grendon, the only prison in Europe that runs as a therapeutic community
Laurie Taylor explores the fortunes of Hebden Bridge. Also, a social history of neighbours
BSkyB chief executive Jeremy Darroch - join the Twitter conversation on #r4mediashow.
Eddie Mair presents coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
6/6 Somewhere, over the rainbow, there is a bunch of idiots from Woodstock.
Tracy considers relative values. Meanwhile Pat wants to pull back.
Trainspotting screenwriter and playwright John Hodge; Naxos Records; Edward VIII deposed.
2/3 Journalists debate with Andrew Rawnsley what leading articles about the news should say.
Matthew Syed says the importance of talent over effort should not be over-emphasised.
Coal is the dirtiest fuel, but consumption is rising. Tom Heap investigates.
National and international news and analysis with Robin Lustig.
3/10 After his wife's death, Aaron returns to their home and throws himself into his work.
6/6 A rival music teacher starts work at the arts centre.
6/6 Phil Cornwell as a New York ex-pat with a special line of work in 'waste disposal'.
Susan Hulme reports on the reaction from MPs and peers to the Queen's Speech.
After a decade of debate, plans for a supermarket adjudicator are finally revealed.
Thursday 10 May 2012