The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Analisa flees Guatemala and risks everything for a better life.
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 Bishop Stephen Cottrell.
Northern Ireland’s most important fishing harbour faces calls for it to be privatised.
Mark Cocker extols the aerial music flight of a wintering short-eared owl.
News and current affairs, including Yesterday in Parliament and Thought for the Day.
Jeremy Deller, artist, is interviewed by Lauren Laverne.
Marie Claire flees war in the Congo, but Zambia proves far from a safe haven.
How to divorce well, New Year resolutions, male carers, and universal credit changes.
Maya finally discovers her African roots.
Byron Vincent raises some practical, and moral, questions about social mobility.
Second series of Richard Herring’s comedy about extended family.
Adrian turns 31 and Pandora spends the night at his house - with devastating consequences.
Why cassettes are hip for a generation raised on music downloads and streaming.
The latest weather forecast.
Analysis of news and current affairs.
The struggle of Victorian working men to form trade unions with real negotiating power.
There's a silver lining for Lee
Stone: a detective series created by Danny Brocklehurst. Written by Richard Monks.
Peter Gibbs hosts the horticultural panel programme from the Bishop's Palace in Wells.
An original short work for radio. The Grey Lady by Aminatta Forna.
Matthew Bannister on an astronomer, a designer, a transgender activist and a writer.
Tim Harford on sugar, train fares, children's outdoors play and Earth's closest neighbour.
When we trained we spent thirteen weeks learning how to be compassionate.
PM at 5pm: interviews, context and analysis.
The Work and Pensions Secretary has announced a series of changes to Universal Credit.
A satirical review of the week's news, chaired by Miles Jupp.
Brian loses his cool and a lie doesn’t sit well with Clarrie.
Steve Coogan and John C Reilly on playing Laurel and Hardy in Stan & Ollie
Jonathan Dimbleby presents topical debate from Henfield Hall in West Sussex.
Stella Tillyard ponders whether we are freeing ourselves from the grip of 'things'.
A new series exploring the long history of struggles for liberty in Britain.
US begins pulling its military out of Syria, fulfilling a presidential policy change
Neurologist and author Oliver Sacks is Suzanne O'Sullivan's hero, she tells Matthew Parris
Mark D'Arcy reports as MPs continue their debate on the prime minister's Brexit deal.
Waking up at four in the morning, worrying about the ward, worrying about the clinic.
A reading and a reflection to start the day with the Archdeacon of Bangor, Mary Stallard
Two listeners on how landlords turned them away
Saturday 12 January 2019