The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Raoul Moat - the media story, and prostitutes in Calcutta.
The bells of St Andrew's Church, Hurstbourne Priors, Hampshire.
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 the Rev Alison Jack.
Charlotte Smith hears from dairy farmers facing an eight per cent cut in their pay.
The latest weather forecast for farmers.
Debating the murder of Khalil Dale, wind farm planning and Roy Hodgson for England manager
Andrew Marr on creativity with Jonah Lehrer, Scanner, Rachel O'Reilly and Joanna Kavenna.
From Albany Road Baptist Church, Cardiff, led by the Rev Roy Jenkins.
Dolls' house restoration, Prof Robert Winston, bisexuality, and being a supportive friend.
1/5 Anthropologist Domenica MacDonald observes the lives of her neighbours.
Claudia Hammond examines the legacy the psychologist who launched the cognitive revolution
4/6 Harvey's rather difficult mum is having a tough time. What can his family do to help?
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
Getting to grips with pricey food, plus have we fallen out of love with renewable energy?
The latest weather forecast.
Analysis of current affairs reports, presented by Martha Kearney.
11/20 A tabloid history of Shakespeare's England, told via contemporary accounts of murder plots
Carl pays a surprise visit.
How British PoWs survived incarceration in German camps by studying free-flying birds.
2/13 Featuring competitors from Gateshead, London and Hitchin in Hertfordshire.
Sheila Dillon looks at changes to egg supplies following the EU's ban on battery cages.
Alistair Sooke traces the history of the ampersand, the character representing 'and'.
1/7 In a new series, Aleks Krotoski takes a journey through the digital world.
Eddie Mair presents full coverage and analysis of the day's news.
National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
5/6 With panellists Danielle Ward, Henning Wehn, Tom Wrigglesworth and John Finnemore.
Jennifer gets her hopes up.
Leonardo Da Vinci reviewed, violinist Maxim Vengerov interviewed, American Pie reheated.
Millie died at 22 months. Her 'little life' is celebrated, its ongoing impact considered.
Angus Crawford joins Bangladeshis working to halt the illegal practice of child brides.
Science magazine programme.
As Spain falls into double dip recession, is discontent with austerity growing in Europe?
1/5 Reverend Micah Balwhidder's appointment in 1760 tears the community apart.
What's it like to lose the language spoken by your parents? Michael Rosen finds out.
Sean Curran reports on events at Westminster.
1/5 In Bogota, Pico Iyer first reveals how his travels are shaped by writer Graham Greene.
Caz Graham looks at the tradition of farming common land.
Tuesday 1 May 2012