The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/5 Traditional cultures' attitudes towards children compared with those of modern society.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
News from BBC Radio 4.
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Father Martin Graham.
Will English farmers do worse than their neighbours in the UK if CAP reform goes ahead?
George Osborne and Ed Balls on the Budget, plus doctors and placebos, and monster love.
John McCarthy presents a Syria Crisis Appeal for the Disasters Emergency Committee.
Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the work of the biologist Alfred Russel Wallace.
4/5 What can traditional societies teach us about dealing with an ageing population?
Teenagers co-present with Jenni Murray, discussing safety on buses, sport, school dinners.
4/5 Tom is working four days a week in London to pay the mortgage in Bolton.
The black cowboy film star who wasn't black, and other stories, presented by Kate Adie.
Profile of the pioneering 1940s civil rights radio series Destination Freedom.
What the 2013 Budget will mean for you - email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The latest weather forecast.
Martha Kearney presents national and international news.
4/30 David Hendy listens to ancient sounds in Orkney's Ring of Brodgar.
David is angry.
2/2 A visiting detective helps the ladies uncover the truth at the Orphan Farm.
Helen Mark explores the landscape and shoreline of the Inishowen Peninsula.
Jane Garvey presents the Radio 4 Appeal for Comic Relief.
Kate Atkinson on her new book Life After Life and classic and modern Western novels.
Francine Stock talks to director Francois Ozon about his new film In the House.
Adam Rutherford discusses new science results from the Planck space telescope.
Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
4/4 Jeremy Hardy looks at when to speak and when not to speak - via the medium of speaking.
Tom is full of surprises.
Arts news with John Wilson, including an interview with violinist Nigel Kennedy.
Simon Cox investigates the dangers of 'pension liberation' schemes.
Evan Davis and guests explore the challenges and pitfalls of the wine trade.
3/3 Erica McAlister explores how insect technology can solve human design problems.
News round-up with Roger Hearing, including possible new financial rescue deal for Cyprus.
9/10 Lara decides to try and make contact with the children from her father's other family.
3/4 Women's self-image under discussion via a lap dance, TOWIE and a fish called Michael.
A row breaks out over the Chancellor's Budget plan to help homebuyers get mortgages.
The Soil Association says supermarkets are to blame for a fall in organic sales.
Friday 22 March 2013