The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
3/3 By Morven Crumlish. A woman meets Walter on the day she was meant to fall in love.
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
Commentary from Perth on the third Ashes Test between Australia and England.
Shula struggles with her emotions. Meanwhile Jennifer and Jess begin to bond.
Kirsty Young talks to poet Gillian Clarke.
National and international news and the shipping forecast.
5/6 Regulars Tim, Graeme and Barry are joined by David Mitchell. Jack Dee chairs.
Sheila Dillon explores a renaissance in the great British fish and chip shop.
The latest weather forecast.
The latest national and international news.
1/4 Yorkshire grandmother Marina Chapman tells her dramatic tale of survival in the wild.
Eric Robson hosts GQT from the Millennium Seed Bank at Wakehurst Place.
Fi Glover with conversations about terminal cancer, acne, friendship and dreadlocks.
Jim Sheridan directs Roddy Doyle's groundbreaking novel. Jimmy Rabbite is on a mission.
Jill Paton Walsh and Sarah Crown talk about the enduring appeal of Lord Peter Wimsey.
Edge - a journey through space in poetry by Katrina Porteous, music by Peter Zinovieff.
Simon Jack tells the surprising story of the US Federal Reserve.
Edward Stourton profiles Michelle Bachelet, former and perhaps future president of Chile.
Benjamin Zephaniah chooses the best of the previous seven days of BBC Radio.
Leonie is feeling lonely.
3/6 A trip to China does not work out well for David, especially on the food front.
1/5 By Linda Ruhemann. Shopping for souvenirs in a small holiday town, a man's past is evoked.
Was the coverage of Nelson Mandela's death too much? And is music taking over Radio 4?
A jazz musician, a Spanish general, a hockey international, a flea expert and an actress.
The pension industry is accused of 'burgling' pensioners over annuities. With Paul Lewis.
Jo Brand presents an appeal for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Peter Day talks to people with disabilities and asks how equal their opportunities are.
Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Caroline Daniel of the FT looks at how papers covered the week's biggest stories.
Francine Stock talks to legendary film producer Harvey Weinstein, co-founder of Miramax.
Samira Ahmed reflects on the power and pleasure of making things by hand.
Laurie discusses a landmark study into communities. Also, pockets in Papua New Guinea.
The bells of St Edward's, Stow-on-the-Wold in Gloucestershire.
Monday 16 December 2013