The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Laurie Taylor discusses the security impact of the Olympics. Also, sport under communism.
The bells of St Peter's Parish Church, South Petherton, Somerset.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
With Andrew Graystone, chaplain to the media at the Olympic Park.
Deaths in farming accidents increase in Northern Ireland.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Morning news and current affairs. Includes Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.
Jonathan Freedland on the Leveson Inquiry and parallels with the 1215 King John Inquiry.
4/5 A new series uncovering the powerful relationship between our financial and legal systems.
1/5 Local teenage boys see a job in the luxury hotels as a way out.
Olympic athletes and testing, summer reads, and the history of men. With Jane Garvey.
1/5 1942, Borneo. American travel writer Agnes Keith, her husband and her son are captured.
Torture still flourishes worldwide. Is it state-licensed sadism, and is it ever justified?
2/6 Pip and Harry try to rescue Ripely, only to find evil Mister Benevolent got there first.
How is the transport system coping with the first day of the Olympic Games?
James Naughtie considers the influence of the musical innovator and trendsetter.
The latest weather forecast.
News, analysis and comment from the UK and around the world.
1/5 Peter White follows the youngsters who helped inspire London's bid for the Olympics.
It is the day of the Ambridge Community Games.
1/2 Satire on higher education. Hayborough University must increase recruitment numbers.
With guests Charlie Higson, Martin Kelner, Nat Luurtsema and Stephanie Merritt.
Simon Parkes reports on the latest stories coming in for the Food and Farming Awards.
Eminent folk singer June Tabor presents extracts from her favourite books and poems.
Ernie Rea and guests discuss the relationship between religion and depression.
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news with Eddie Mair.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
6/6 Jack Dee chairs, as regulars Tim, Barry and Graeme are joined on the panel by Ross Noble.
Mike has a lot to take in.
Novelist James Kelman; the verdict on Mark Wahlberg in Ted; Greeks v Trojans at the RSC.
BBC correspondent Will Grant challenges stereotypes as he investigates Mexico's economy.
Spain is in economic crisis. What can a new, closed airport tell us about what went wrong?
Simulating a whole bacterium, UK tsunamis, melting Greenland ice, and herd behaviour.
National and international news and analysis presented by Ritula Shah.
Will fate and the strictures of Mukhtar's society allow him a taste of happiness?
1/6 First in series of live Now Shows as comedians reflect the highs and lows of the Olympics.
1/5 Alan Dein explores the impact of last summer's riots on one London man and his friends.
With Andrew Graystone, Chaplain to the Media at Olympic Park.
Anna Hill hears how cow feuds and friendships impact on the health and welfare of the herd
Tuesday 31 July 2012