The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Identity: a special programme exploring the way in which we define ourselves.
Bells on Sunday comes from St Edward's, Stow on the Wold.
The latest weather reports and forecasts for UK shipping
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The latest shipping forecast
National and international news from BBC Radio 4
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Dr Jo Bailey Wells, Bishop of Dorking
Inside a nursery where millions of trees are grown from seed for our public forests.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Martin Hughes-Games presents the curlew.
News and current affairs, including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Neil MacGregor explores how five major countries see Britain - Programme 1. Germany
Last thoughts on a range of big topics from Stephen Hawking
Tina Daheley discusses books that have changed your mind
Michael Chaplin’s new eyewitness drama about the death of Queen Victoria.
Roni is 33 years old. She has never learned to ride a bike. Is it too late?
Recently widowed Leo is lured back to society by golfer Margot, who plays a wily game.
Adrian Mole’s comic diary restarts in 1997, when he is 30, single and a father.
How technology has changed the dating scene forever - and how to cope with that.
The latest weather forecast.
Analysis of news and current affairs.
Jo Fidgen explores everyday solutions to the climate crisis.
Jennifer struggles with her emotions
Rumpole shares some of his favourite yuletide stories as he recounts seasonal legal cases.
Tom Sutcliffe chairs a new series of the much-loved cryptic quiz.
The story of the drinks going from strength to low strength and shaking up pubs and bars
Mary Beard on the ugly Victorian battle against women's higher education all set to music.
Ernie Rea in conversation with guests about the religious roots of superheroes.
PM at 5pm: interviews, context and analysis.
Two more border force ships are being deployed to stop migrants crossing the Channel.
European leaders and their musical take on 2018.
Comedians try to smuggle truths past their opponents in David Mitchell's panel game.
Ben and Ruairi face disappointment
We test our guests' knowledge of 2018 in the arts.
Gavin Haynes explores the rebirth of classical liberalism online.
Two British firefighters revisit the scene of Armenia's devastating earthquake in 1988.
Wired Love, published in 1879, is a story of long-distance love over the telegraph wire.
In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
A selection box of music from across the Loose Ends year.
Ruth Thomas’s playful and evocative story set in an Edinburgh primary school.
You've sent us your questions about farming - we've had a go at answering them.
David Attenborough presents the dipper.
Tuesday 1 January 2019