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5/5 The author visits the headquarters of Google and Facebook with surprising results.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
Spiritual reflection and prayer to begin the day with Richard Hill.
'I know that God thinks differently'. A gay vicar describes being banned because he is gay
News headlines, plus a look at the papers.
The latest weather forecast.
Helen Mark is in Ireland to celebrate the ancient Celtic harvest festival of Lughnasa.
Charlotte Smith is out on the combine to help bring in the barley harvest.
Including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
John McCarthy and Richard Coles with Joan Bakewell; Virginia Ironside's Inheritance Tracks
Jack Dee narrates the story of Gerard Hoffnung's classic tale, The Bricklayer's Lament.
Bridget Kendall and her three guests enter the night.
Kate Adie presents tales from southern Spain, Nebraska, Turkey, the Philippines and Paris.
2/4 Michael Robinson wonders if a return to the banking of yesteryear is a possible solution.
3/6 The comedian and illusionist meet and discuss magic, comedy, art, faith and Hitler.
Eddie Mair presents a panel discussion of news and politics from Manchester.
Discuss the Olympic legacy, discrimination, school sport, banks and riots with Anita Anand
Thriller by Michael Butt. An ex-pat taxi driver returns to Moscow to a world of violence.
3/3 One of the last major studio complexes to be built in the heyday of the music industry.
Highlights from the Woman's Hour week: the perfect tiramisu. Presented by Jenni Murray.
Full coverage of the day's news with Ritula Shah.
Clive Anderson is joined by Adjoa Andoh, Andy Hamilton, Anneka Rice and Jonathan Harvey.
Ruth Alexander profiles Dave Brailsford, the mastermind behind the British cycling team.
Tom Sutcliffe and his guests review the highlights of the week at the Edinburgh Festival.
Melvyn Bragg reassesses the life of Richard Burton through his private diaries.
2/2 Will David be forced to flee to the lawless Fringes, or risk discovery?
Should Britain stay in the European Union? Former diplomat Sir Stephen Wall puts the case.
With guests Louise Doughty, Natalie Haynes, Nicholas Owen and Hugo Rifkind.
Medieval historian Miri Rubin explores the history of the most famous of Hebrew poems.
2/3 By Nick Walker. Still damaged by Vietnam, Arnold tries to arrange transport for a band.
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of St Mary's Church, Lamberhurst, Kent.
Sunday 12 August 2012