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Last thoughts on a range of big topics from Stephen Hawking
The latest weather reports and forecasts for UK shipping
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
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A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Bishop Stephen Cottrell.
A listener on how a diagnosis inspired her to reinvent her career. email@example.com
The latest news headlines. Including the weather and a look at the papers.
Far from being abandoned, the Strawberry Line in Somerset has a new role in the community
Charlotte Smith considers the hot topics from this year's Oxford farming conferences.
The latest weather forecast.
News headlines and sport.
Len Johnrose describes living with MND. And advice on how to eat your Christmas Tree.
Jay Rayner and his panel are in the Wookey Hole Caves.
Exploring the past, present and future of opinion polling
The impact of escalating violence on the people of Central African Republic.
Why your car insurance increases even if a crash isn't your fault.
A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
Comedy writer Sian Harries and Isy Suttie explore ambivalence to motherhood.
True stories of life-changing encounters with art in all its forms.
The Inbox is open - a unique platform for the creativity of Radio 4 listeners.
The Archers present more tales of courtly love, deadly rivalry and boisterous sex.
The anniversary of the shipwreck of the Iolaire at the end of the First World War
Four women on facing life's challenges. How to eat - and speak - without fear.
Full coverage of the day's news.
The latest shipping forecast.
Relatives of a man stabbed to death on a train have praised him as a devoted father
Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
The rise of a south London grime artist to global stardom.
An alternative edition looking at fashion, podcasts, video games and escape rooms.
Elinor Goodman asks if there has ever been a golden era of public-spirited politicians.
Iconic Dickensian heroine fights her way out of poverty in 21st century Britain.
Stig Abell chairs a debate about the current state of arts education in schools.
Tom Sutcliffe chairs a new series of the much-loved cryptic quiz.
A poem by Maureen Boyle echoes stories told to Anna Scott-Brown on a bench in Strabane.
On his wedding day, a groom explains how he lost his sight but found a wife.
Bells on Sunday comes from Manchester Town Hall.
Sunday 6 January 2019