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15 Minute Drama: A Small Town Murder: Episode 5 - Karla agrees to assist the police to find out the truth about her husband.
15 Minute Drama: A Small Town Murder: Episode 5 - Karla agrees to assist the police to find out the truth about her husband.
52 First Impressions with David Quantick: Series 1: Episode 3 - David Quantick presents stories about Tom Jones, Morrissey and Mrs Phyllis Pearsall.
A Good Read: Vince Cable and Ann Widdecombe - Ann Widdecombe and Vince Cable talk to Harriett Gilbert about their favourite books.
A Point of View: Raising the Bar - Adam Gopnik on why bringing up children is an art - not a science.
A Point of View: Raising the Bar - Adam Gopnik on why bringing up children is an art - not a science.
A Point of View: The Meaning of Conservative - Not available till 8:00pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - A reflection on a topical issue.
A Woman Half in Shadow - Poet Jackie Kay tells the story of Zora Neale Hurston's literary rebirth.
Aleks in Wonderland: The Story of the Internet: Series 1: The International League of Geeky Gentlemen - The origins of the internet, and why nobody thought of making it secure.
Aleks in Wonderland: The Story of the Internet: Series 1: The International League of Geeky Gentlemen - The origins of the internet, and why nobody thought of making it secure.
All in a Chord: Wagner: Tristan und Isolde - Ivan Hewett examines Wagner's Tristan Chord.
Any Answers?: 19/08/2017 - Not available till 1:30pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - Listeners have their say on the issues discussed on Any Questions?
Any Answers?: Korea, Google, Athletics - Julian Worricker is in the chair for Any Answers.
Any Questions?: Laura Perrins, Jess Phillips MP, Chris Philp MP, Matt Zarb-Cousin - Not available till 7:50pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - Shaun Ley presents political debate from the Radio Theatre at Broadcasting House in London
Any Questions?: Laura Perrins, Jess Phillips MP, Chris Philp MP, Matt Zarb-Cousin - Not available till 1:00pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - Shaun Ley presents political debate from the Radio Theatre at Broadcasting House in London
Any Questions?: Menzies Campbell, Kemi Badenoch MP, Chris Williamson MP, Allie Renison - Ritula Shah presents political debate from the Radio Theatre at Broadcasting House, London
Any Questions?: Menzies Campbell, Kemi Badenoch MP, Chris Williamson MP, Allie Renison - Ritula Shah presents political debate from the Radio Theatre at Broadcasting House, London
Archive on 4: Grayson Perry: En Garde - Grayson Perry goes in search of the moment the avant-garde died.
Archive on 4: Inquiries - Facing Our Failures - Not available till 8:00pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - Chris Bowlby reveals a rich history of public inquiries from rail crashes to treachery.
BBC Inside Science: Antarctica's volcanoes, science book prize nominee - Mark O'Connell, US solar eclipse and 40 years of NASA's Voyager mission - Antarctica's volcanoes; Mark O'Connell's book; US solar eclipse; Voyager at 40.
BBC Inside Science: Antarctica's volcanoes, science book prize nominee - Mark O'Connell, US solar eclipse and 40 years of NASA's Voyager mission - Antarctica's volcanoes; Mark O'Connell's book; US solar eclipse; Voyager at 40.
BBC New Comedy Award: 2017: Final - Part 1 - Mark Watson hosts the final of the New Comedy Award 2017, live from the Edinburgh Fringe.
BBC New Comedy Award: 2017: Final - Part 2 - Mark Watson hosts the final of the New Comedy Award 2017, live from the Edinburgh Fringe.
Bad Salsa: Series 2: The Cycle of Life - Each of the women gets to grips with their own particular cancer aftershocks.
Bells on Sunday: Loughborough Parish Church - Not available till 4:45am on Sun 20th(GMT) - Church bells from Loughborough Parish Church.
Bells on Sunday: St Mary's, Lamberhurst - Church bells from St Mary's, Lamberhurst.
Bells on Sunday: St Mary's, Lamberhurst - Church bells from St Mary's, Lamberhurst.
Beyond Belief: Ambedkar - Ernie Rea and guests discuss BR Ambedkar's role in forming modern India.
Bone Stories: Series 1: Dodo - Ben Garrod reveals how the dodo might be brought back from extinction.
Bone Stories: Series 1: Irish Giant - Ben Garrod explores the truth about Irish Giants in the first of five stories about bones.
Bone Stories: Series 1: Irish Giant - Ben Garrod explores the truth about Irish Giants in the first of five stories about bones.
Bone Stories: Series 1: Man-eating Tiger - Not available till 1:00pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - The jaws of a man-eating tiger provide new evidence about human evolution.
Bone Stories: Series 1: Mary Rose Archer - Ben Garrod reveals how the archers who sank with the Mary Rose could help medical science.
Bone Stories: Series 1: West Runton Mammoth - The unearthed bones of a mammoth are full of clues to the evolutionary past.
Book at Bedtime: Midwinter Break: Episode 1 - Bernard MacLaverty's profound examination of love, loss and faith. Read by Frances Tomelty
Book at Bedtime: Midwinter Break: Episode 2 - A retired Northern Irish couple arrive in Amsterdam for a short holiday.
Book at Bedtime: Midwinter Break: Episode 3 - Stella slips out on a private errand, while Gerry wrestles with a long-buried memory.
Book at Bedtime: Midwinter Break: Episode 4 - Not available till 10:00pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - Stella takes Gerry to the Begijnhof. Bernard MacLaverty's novel, read by Frances Tomelty.
Book at Bedtime: The Lie of the Land: Episode 10 - Lottie and Quentin must fight to defend their family from Oliver Randall's killer.
Book of the Week: Gainsborough: Episode 5 - As he approaches the end, Gainsborough reconciles with an old rival.
Book of the Week: Gainsborough: Episode 5 - As he approaches the end, Gainsborough reconciles with an old rival.
Book of the Week: The Hungry Empire: Dining at Sea - As the Empire expands the colonial trade in ships' provisions races to keep up.
Book of the Week: The Hungry Empire: Dining at Sea - As the Empire expands the colonial trade in ships' provisions races to keep up.
Book of the Week: The Hungry Empire: Feeding a Wartime Empire - Not available till 9:00am on Fri 18th(GMT) - North Africa, 1941. Wartime strictures reveal the brutal reality behind feeding an empire.
Book of the Week: The Hungry Empire: Feeding a Wartime Empire - Not available till 11:48pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - North Africa, 1941. Wartime strictures reveal the brutal reality behind feeding an empire.
Book of the Week: The Hungry Empire: Opium and the East India Company - In 19th-century India, British companies are profiting from arms-length drug trading.
Book of the Week: The Hungry Empire: Opium and the East India Company - In 19th-century India, British companies are profiting from arms-length drug trading.
Book of the Week: The Hungry Empire: Salt Beef Succotash in New England - The Puritan settlers struggle to recreate the ideal English diet in new surroundings.
Book of the Week: The Hungry Empire: Salt Cod on the Mary Rose - Historian Lizzie Collingham explains how salt cod helped to create the British Empire.
Book of the Week: The Hungry Empire: Salt Cod on the Mary Rose - Historian Lizzie Collingham explains how salt cod helped to create the British Empire.
Breaking Bard: Episode 1 - A fresh look at Shakespeare's Othello through the prism of the rehearsal room.
Broadcasting House: 13/08/2017 - News with Paddy O'Connell including debate on North Korea and the return of double acts.
Chain Reaction: Series 10: Olivia Colman talks to Sharon Horgan - Actress Olivia Colman talks to Sharon Horgan, writer and star of sitcom Pulling.
Counterpoint: Series 31: Heat 6, 2017 - Paul Gambaccini chairs the general knowledge music quiz.
Counterpoint: Series 31: Heat 7, 2017 - Not available till 10:30pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - Paul Gambaccini chairs the wide-ranging music quiz.
Counterpoint: Series 31: Heat 7, 2017 - Paul Gambaccini chairs the wide-ranging music quiz.
Crossing Continents: Abkhazia - a Land Forgotten - Tim Whewell travels to remote Abkhazia where the price of statehood is deep isolation.
Crossing Continents: Romania's Webcam Boom - Inside Romania's live web-camming world - the engine of the online sex industry.
Dark Side of the Sun - Dr Frank Close examines the mythology and psychology behind eclipses.
Desert Island Discs: Dr Kevin Fong - Dr Kevin Fong is interviewed by Kirsty Young for Desert Island Discs.
Drama: Breaking Up with Bradford - Drama about a young man's struggle to fit back into his hometown of Bradford by Kamal Kaan
Drama: Henry James: The Portrait of a Gentleman - A dalliance with a young American woman inspires Henry James, but leads to tragedy.
Drama: Holding Back the Tide: Democracy - Southerners Richard and Clare move north to a seaside community intent on resisting change
Drama: Holding Back the Tide: I Want to Thank You All - Not available till 2:00pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - Clare and Richard pay a visit to a famous resident and leave with more than they expected.
Drama: Love Henry James - The Portrait of a Lady: Episode 2 - Henry James's masterpiece about desire and freedom, dramatised by Linda Marshall Griffiths
Drama: Love Henry James - The Portrait of a Lady: Episode 3 - Henry James's masterpiece about desire and freedom, dramatised by Linda Marshall Griffiths
Drama: Love Henry James - The Portrait of a Lady: Episode 3 - Not available till 9:00pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - Henry James's masterpiece about desire and freedom, dramatised by Linda Marshall Griffiths
Drama: Pardna - By Pat Cumper. The relationship of three best friends is tested when money gets involved.
Drama: The Life and Times of Arthur Miller: Dreams - By Mike Walker. A mysterious young visitor compels Miller to look back on his life.
Drama: Tolkien in Love - Not available till 2:30pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - Drama by Sean Grundy about the love of JRR Tolkien's life, Based on real events.
Driving Bill Drummond - Bill Drummond is driving to every county in Ireland in five days. But what's driving Bill?
Driving Bill Drummond - Not available till 11:00pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - Bill Drummond is driving to every county in Ireland in five days. But what's driving Bill?
Farming Today: 19/08/2017 - Not available till 5:57am on Sat 19th(GMT) - The latest news about food, farming and the countryside.
Farming Today: Contaminated egg scandal, crofting in Scotland - There are concerns about the future of food safety post-Brexit.
Farming Today: Dairy farmers speak out in reaction to BBC 1's Countryfile, Scotch whisky, Cotswold Way online - Reaction to BBC 1's Countryfile report on bull calves in dairy herds being shot at birth.
Farming Today: Farming Today This Week: Salmon farm - Farming Today This Week visits a salmon farm in Scotland.
Farming Today: Gamekeeper turned crime-fighter, Scottish agriculture, Grouse shooting - A game-keeper has got so sick of rural crime he's decided to do something about it.
Farming Today: Hydroponics champion, Sustainable Scottish farms, Livestock trade - Sybil Ruscoe speaks to Adam Dixon about his hydroponic growing system.
Farming Today: New report on Brexit and farming, Volunteer shepherds, Beavers - A new scientific report examines the potential effects of Brexit on farming.
Feedback: 18/08/2017 - Not available till 3:55pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - Radio 4's forum for audience comment.
Feedback: Science Special - Is radio science coverage "jocular froth"? Roger Bolton finds out.
Feedback: Science Special - Is radio science coverage "jocular froth"? Roger Bolton finds out.
Food Programme: Dishing The Dirt on Clean Eating - Grace Dent discovers what has made Anthony Warner into the Angry Chef.
Food Programme: Dishing The Dirt on Clean Eating - Grace Dent discovers what has made Anthony Warner into the Angry Chef.
Four Thought: The Power of Singing Together - Natalie Maddix explains why she believes in the power of singing together.
Fresh From the Fringe: Fresh From the Fringe: 2017 - Fresh from the Fringe brings highlights of the best in comedy from the Edinburgh Fringe...
Fresh From the Fringe: Fresh From the Fringe: 2017 - Sofie Hagen showcases the best stand-up and character comedy from this year's festival.
From Agony to Analgesia: Seeing Pain - Professor Irene Tracey, an expert in brain imaging, asks can we ever know another's pain?
From Agony to Analgesia: Seeing Pain - Professor Irene Tracey, an expert in brain imaging, asks can we ever know another's pain?
From Our Own Correspondent: 19/08/2017 - Not available till 11:00am on Sat 19th(GMT) - Reports from writers and journalists around the world. Presented by Kate Adie.
From Our Own Correspondent: An Act of Striking Bravado - Can Marshal Khalifa Haftar rebuild Benghazi or even Libya?
Front Row: 18/08/2017 - Not available till 6:45pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - News, reviews and interviews from the worlds of art, literature, film and music.
Front Row: Edinburgh International Books Festival: Val McDermid talks to Paul Auster and Denise Mina - Val McDermid at Edinburgh International Books Festival with Paul Auster and Denise Mina.
Front Row: Joe Orton - An exploration of the life and legacy of the playwright Joe Orton.
Front Row: John Eliot Gardiner, Apphia Campbell, The Nature of Forgetting, Reviewing at the Edinburgh Festivals - Live from Edinburgh with guests including Sir John Eliot Gardiner on Monteverdi at 450.
Front Row: Shappi Khorsandi and Gillian Clarke on stage in the BBC's Big Blue Tent at the Edinburgh Festival - Shappi Khorsandi and Nassim Soleimanpour in front of a live audience in Edinburgh.
Gardeners' Question Time: Four Points of the Compass Special: North v South - As part of GQT's 70th anniversary, the team visit the four points of the UK compass.
Gardeners' Question Time: Four Points of the Compass Special: North v South - As part of GQT's 70th anniversary, the team visit the four points of the UK compass.
Gardeners' Question Time: Romney Marsh - Not available till 2:45pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - Eric Robson and his panel of experts visit Romney Marsh, South Kent.
Great Lives: Series 43: Sathnam Sanghera on Alexander Gardner - Not available till 10:27pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - Author and Journalist Sathnam Sanghera nominates Alexander Gardner as his great life.
Great Lives: Series 43: Stephen Fry on PG Wodehouse - Stephen Fry nominates his hero, PG Wodehouse, who just simply cheers him up.
Hiding Out: Series 1: Episode 9 - On visiting Vic's parents, Lena makes a disturbing discovery.
Home Front - Omnibus: 14-18 August 1917 - Not available till 9:00pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - Epic drama series set in Great War Britain.
Home Front - Omnibus: 7-11 August 1917 - The people of Folkestone watch 40 British planes encircle enemy aircraft over the channel.
Home Front: 11 August 1917 - Dennis Monk - Jessie directs her powers of persuasion at Dennis Monk.
Home Front: 14 August 1917 - Howard Argent - Howard Argent plays mediator.
Home Front: 15 August 1917 - Juliet Cavendish - Juliet Cavendish finds her working conditions oppressive.
Home Front: 16 August 1917 - Ulysses Pilchard - Dr Pilchard gains ground with his electro-shock treatment.
Home Front: 17 August 1917 - Adeline Lumley - Adeline and Victor Lumley both see clearly, but in different ways.
Home Front: 18 August 1917 - Not available till 11:15am on Fri 18th(GMT) - Sergeant Harris marks the first anniversary of his sons' deaths.
In Business: Community Enterprise - What role can the community play in rejuvenating their local economy?
In Business: The Secrets of Germany's Success - From sick man of Europe to world's richest exporter - how did Germany do it?
In Touch: Hearing the Solar Eclipse? - How to hear America's solar eclipse. Allan Hennessey: Cambridge's top law graduate.
Jarvis and Matthew: Grey Shorts and Sandals - Martin Jarvis and Christopher Matthew return to their schooldays in Croydon and Surrey.
Just a Minute: Series 79: 07/08/2017 - Nicholas Parsons is joined by Paul Merton, Gyles Brandreth, Andy Hamilton and Sue Perkins.
Just a Minute: Series 79: 14/08/2017 - Nicholas Parsons challenges Tony Hawks, Phill Jupitus, Sheila Hancock and Jenny Eclair.
Kieran Hodgson's Earworms: Series 1: Glazunov - An idiot's guide to Glazunov. Perfect for fans of comedy, classical music, and idiots.
Last Word: 18/08/2017 - Not available till 3:30pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - Obituary series, analysing and celebrating the lives of people who have recently died.
Last Word: Glen Campbell, Dame Helen Alexander, Prunella Briance, Clancy Sigal - Matthew Bannister on a musician, a businesswoman, a writer, a childbirth campaigner.
Last Word: Glen Campbell, Dame Helen Alexander, Prunella Briance, Clancy Sigal - Matthew Bannister on a musician, a businesswoman, a writer, a childbirth campaigner.
Less Is Less: Why Scandinavian Design Leaves Me Cold - Have we reached peak Scandi furniture? Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen thinks so.
Life at Absolute Zero: Series 1: Free Parking - Meridian Cliffs Football Club are surprised to find themselves over the moon.
Life at Absolute Zero: Series 1: There's No Need to Shout - Meridian Cliffs on the south coast is as dreary as it gets, but Sarah Birkett has a dream.
Life at Absolute Zero: Series 2: Darren Springs Forward - Not available till 10:00am on Fri 18th(GMT) - Former daytime TV celebrity Darren Fox tries to reignite his career.
Life at Absolute Zero: Series 2: In Cold(ish) Blood - When Velvey's carpet shop burns down, it attracts the attention of rookie reporter Lauren.
Life at Absolute Zero: Series 2: In Your Dreams - Stories by Lynne Truss about the inhabitants of windy Meridian Cliffs.
Life at Absolute Zero: Series 2: In the Dark - Not available till 7:00pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - A power cut at Ravi's curry house leads to a dramatic confession.
Life at Absolute Zero: Series 2: Mrs Manville Disposes - Now approaching 80, Mrs Manville decides it is time to downsize.
Life at Absolute Zero: Series 2: Pavlovian - Lynne Truss's series about the people of Meridian Cliffs. Ashley the dog walker.
Loose Ends: Isla Fisher, Selina Thompson, Dave Johns, Sage Francis & B. Dolan, Tom Allen, Clive Anderson - Not available till 6:00pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
Loose Ends: Rupert Everett, Bidisha, Andy McCluskey, OMD, Thabo, Nikki Bedi - Nikki Bedi and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
Love in Recovery: Series 1: The Pub - The group leave the meeting room to try to rescue one of their members - from the pub.
Manifesto!: Series 1: No More Manifestos - Five-part series exploring the art and politics of the artists' manifesto.
Midnight News: 12/08/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 13/08/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 14/08/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 15/08/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 16/08/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 17/08/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 18/08/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 19/08/2017 - Not available till 11:30pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 20/08/2017 - Not available till 11:30pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight's Children: Part 1: The Perforated Sheet - Kashmir 1915. Dr Aadam Aziz falls in love with a woman hidden behind a perforated sheet.
Midnight's Children: Part 2: The Birth of a Nation - A new dramatisation of Salman Rushdie's dazzling novel of love, magic and Partition.
Midnight's Children: Part 2: The Birth of a Nation - A new dramatisation of Salman Rushdie's dazzling novel of love, magic and Partition.
Midnight's Children: Part 3: Snakes and Ladders - Born at the moment of India's Partition, Saleem is brought up by two adoring mothers.
Midnight's Children: Part 5: Alpha and Omega - A series of accidents means that Mary's guilty secret can no longer be concealed.
Midnight's Children: Part 6: How Saleem Achieved Purity - The Indo-Pakistani war of 1965 changes Saleem's life forever.
Midnight's Children: Part 7: The Shadow of the Mosque - 1970s. Saleem is reunited with the other Midnight's Children in terrifying circumstances.
Midnight's Children: Salman Rushdie in Conversation - Salman Rushdie talks to radio director Emma Harding about his novel Midnight's Children.
Midnight's Children: Salman Rushdie in Conversation - Salman Rushdie talks to radio director Emma Harding about his novel Midnight's Children.
Midnight's Children: Salman Rushdie in Conversation - Salman Rushdie talks to radio director Emma Harding about his novel Midnight's Children.
Mirrored - A chronological journey through life - from childhood to old age - captured in the mirror.
Money Box: The Death of Retirement: The Retreat of Employers - Occupational pensions - the origins and the future of employer involvement.
Money Box: The Death of Retirement: The Retreat of Employers - Occupational pensions - the origins and the future of employer involvement.
Money Box: The Death of Retirement: The Retreat of Employers - Occupational pensions - the origins and the future of employer involvement.
Money Box: The Death of Retirement: The Role of the Private Pension Industry - Not available till 11:30am on Sat 19th(GMT) - Can we rely on the pensions industry to help us attain the comfy retirement we aspire to?
Moral Maze: The Morality of Holidays - Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Mother Tongue: Series 1: Close Encounters - Poetry series in which poet Helen Mort explores exciting voices from around the world.
Natalie Haynes Stands Up for the Classics: Series 3: Lucian - Natalie Haynes stands up for the little-known but super-influential Greek writer Lucian.
Natural Histories: Cuckoo - The cuckoo has many secrets but has got under our skin. Brett Westwood asks why.
Natural Histories: Octopus - Brett Westwood meets an octopus: perhaps the closest thing to an alien life form on earth.
News Briefing: 12/08/2017 - The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 13/08/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 14/08/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 15/08/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 16/08/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 17/08/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 18/08/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 19/08/2017 - Not available till 4:43am on Sat 19th(GMT) - The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 20/08/2017 - Not available till 4:43am on Sun 20th(GMT) - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Headlines: 13/08/2017 - The latest national and international news.
News Summary: 11/08/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
News Summary: 12/08/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
News Summary: 13/08/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
News Summary: 14/08/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
News Summary: 15/08/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
News Summary: 16/08/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
News Summary: 17/08/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
News Summary: 18/08/2017 - Not available till 11:04am on Fri 18th(GMT) - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
News Summary: 19/08/2017 - Not available till 11:04am on Sat 19th(GMT) - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
News and Papers: 12/08/2017 - The latest news headlines. Including the weather and a look at the papers.
News and Papers: 13/08/2017 - The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
News and Papers: 13/08/2017 - The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
News and Papers: 19/08/2017 - Not available till 5:07am on Sat 19th(GMT) - The latest news headlines. Including the weather and a look at the papers.
News and Weather: 12/08/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
News and Weather: 19/08/2017 - Not available till 9:15pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
News: 12/08/2017 - The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
News: 19/08/2017 - Not available till 12:10pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
On Your Farm: Every Last Grain - Caz Graham meets the modern-day gleaners, following behind the combine harvesters.
Open Book: Fredrik Backman - Mariella Frostrup talks to best-selling Swedish novelist Fredrik Backman.
Open Book: Fredrik Backman - Mariella Frostrup talks to best-selling Swedish novelist Fredrik Backman.
Open Country: Ballooning in Bristol - Helen Mark takes flight at the International Balloon Fiesta in Bristol.
Open Country: Ballooning in Bristol - Not available till 5:30am on Sat 19th(GMT) - Helen Mark takes flight at the International Balloon Fiesta in Bristol.
Open Country: Eliza Carthy in Robin Hood's Bay - Folk singer Eliza Carthy unearths the secrets of Robin Hood's Bay in Yorkshire.
PM: 11/08/2017 - Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: 14/08/2017 - Carolyn Quinn with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: 15/08/2017 - Carolyn Quinn with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: 16/08/2017 - Carolyn Quinn with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: 17/08/2017 - Carolyn Quinn with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: 18/08/2017 - Not available till 5:00pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - Carolyn Quinn with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: Saturday PM - Full coverage of the day's news.
PM: Saturday PM - Not available till 4:30pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - Full coverage of the day's news.
Partition Voices: Series 1: Legacy - Partition's legacy on those who lived through it and subsequent generations in Britain.
Partition Voices: Series 1: Legacy - Partition's legacy on those who lived through it and subsequent generations in Britain.
Pick of the Week: John Waite - John Waite chooses his BBC Radio highlights.
Prayer for the Day: 12/08/2017 - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Julian Filochowski.
Prayer for the Day: 14/08/2017 - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Julian Filochowski.
Prayer for the Day: 15/08/2017 - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Julian Filochowski.
Prayer for the Day: 16/08/2017 - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Julian Filochowski.
Prayer for the Day: 17/08/2017 - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Julian Filochowski.
Prayer for the Day: 18/08/2017 - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Julian Filochowski.
Prayer for the Day: 18/08/2017 - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Julian Filochowski.
Prayer for the Day: 19/08/2017 - Not available till 4:45am on Sat 19th(GMT) - A reading and a reflection to start the day with Canon Edwin Counsell.
Profile: Moeen Ali - Mark Coles profiles the England cricketer, Moeen Ali.
Profile: Moeen Ali - Mark Coles profiles the England cricketer, Moeen Ali.
Profile: Moeen Ali - Mark Coles profiles the England cricketer, Moeen Ali.
Profile: Taylor Swift - Not available till 5:00am on Sun 20th(GMT) - Becky Milligan profiles the pop superstar, Taylor Swift.
Profile: Taylor Swift - Not available till 6:15pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - Becky Milligan profiles the pop superstar, Taylor Swift.
Queer Icons - Alan Carr presents highlights from Front Row's Queer Icons project.
Radio 4 Appeal: Revitalise - Arthur Smith makes the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of Revitalise.
Radio 4 Appeal: Revitalise - Arthur Smith makes the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of Revitalise.
Radio 4 Appeal: Revitalise - Arthur Smith makes the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of Revitalise.
Reflections with Peter Hennessy: Series 5: William Hague - The former Conservative leader William Hague reflects on his career with Peter Hennessy.
Reflections with Peter Hennessy: Series 5: William Hague - The former Conservative leader William Hague reflects on his career with Peter Hennessy.
Saturday Live: Levi Roots - The cook, musician and businessman Levi Roots joins Aasmah Mir and the Rev Richard Coles.
Saturday Live: Simon Williams - Not available till 9:30am on Sat 19th(GMT) - Extraordinary stories, unusual people and a sideways look at the world.
Saturday Review: Atomic Blonde, A Ghost Story, Jonathan Dee, This Is Human, Quacks - Atomic Blonde, A Ghost Story, Jonathan Dee, Project X: This Is Human and Quacks on BBC2.
Saturday Review: Final Portrait, Against, The State, Nicole Krauss, Vermeer - Not available till 7:00pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - A review of the week's cultural highlights.
Shipping Forecast: 12/08/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 12/08/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 12/08/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 13/08/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 13/08/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 13/08/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 14/08/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 14/08/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 15/08/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 15/08/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 16/08/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 16/08/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 17/08/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 17/08/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 18/08/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 18/08/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 19/08/2017 - Not available till 12:00am on Sat 19th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 19/08/2017 - Not available till 4:30am on Sat 19th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 19/08/2017 - Not available till 4:57pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 20/08/2017 - Not available till 12:00am on Sun 20th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 20/08/2017 - Not available till 4:30am on Sun 20th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Short Cuts: Series 13: Afterimage - Josie Long explores encounters which leave an indelible imprint.
Short Works: Series 1: Cut and Paste - Not available till 3:00pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - By Anya Lipska. An unusual student shadows Cassie's work in the mortuary.
Short Works: Series 1: Cut and Paste - Not available till 11:48pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - By Anya Lipska. An unusual student shadows Cassie's work in the mortuary.
Short Works: Series 1: Mind How You Go - A young man working in a London hotel struggles with an elderly co-worker called Nollaig.
Short Works: Series 1: Mind How You Go - A young man working in a London hotel struggles with an elderly co-worker called Nollaig.
Shush!: Series 1: Top Shelf - Alice and Snoo resort to some unconventional means to get people into the library.
Six O'Clock News: 11/08/2017 Trump says US military 'locked and loaded' to deal with North Korea - Trump says US military 'locked and loaded' to deal with North Korea
Six O'Clock News: 13/08/2017 Kenya's opposition leader calls for mass strike - Kenya's opposition leader, Raila Odinga, has urged protest against the election result.
Six O'Clock News: 15/08/2017 UK suggests temporary customs union - The government has released plans to avoid customs checks at EU borders after Brexit
Six O'Clock News: 16/08/17 Government sets out Brexit proposals for UK and Ireland border - Governments put forward proposals for Ireland border post Brexit
Six O'Clock News: 18/08/2017 - Not available till 5:30pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Six O'Clock News: 19/08/2017 - Not available till 5:15pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Six O'Clock News: Barcelona rocked by ongoing terror attack - At least two people have been killed in a terror attack in Barcelona.
Six O'Clock News: Opposition parties in Kenya accuse government of state terror, after refusing to accept the re-election of President Kenyatta. - Kenya opposition refuses to accept election result.
Six O'Clock News: President Trump answers widespread criticism for his response to race protests in Virginia. - He has issued a strong condemnation of all far-right groups in the United States.
Something Understood: Hallowed Be Thy Name - Jahnavi Harrison explores why chanting God's name can be a powerful devotional practice.
Something Understood: Hallowed Be Thy Name - Jahnavi Harrison explores why chanting God's name can be a powerful devotional practice.
Sunday Worship: St Gabriel's Retreat - From St Gabriel's Retreat, the Graan, Enniskillen. Led by Father Brian D'Arcy.
Sunday: Response to Charlottesville protests, Tackling holiday hunger, Jerusalem's pilgrim tattoo parlour - Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme, presented by William Crawley.
The Age of Emotion - Not available till 10:30am on Fri 18th(GMT) - Psychotherapist Philippa Perry explores if we are in a new age of emotion.
The Archers Omnibus: 13/08/2017 - Alistair's mind is elsewhere, and Lily helps in an emergency.
The Archers: 10/08/2017 - Lily helps in an emergency.
The Archers: 11/08/2017 - Lexi takes control.
The Archers: 13/08/2017 - Alistair is being secretive.
The Archers: 13/08/2017 - Alistair is being secretive.
The Archers: 14/08/2017 - Anisha won't back down.
The Archers: 14/08/2017 - Anisha won't back down.
The Archers: 15/08/2017 - Phoebe has an anxious wait.
The Archers: 15/08/2017 - Phoebe has an anxious wait.
The Archers: 16/08/2017 - Jennifer is called out.
The Archers: 16/08/2017 - Jennifer is called out.
The Archers: 17/08/2017 - Susan has been doing some maths.
The Archers: 17/08/2017 - Not available till 1:15pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - Susan has been doing some maths.
The Archers: 18/08/2017 - Not available till 6:15pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - Emma's resolve is broken.
The Briefing Room: 17/08/2017 - What do the events in Charlottesville, Virginia, tell us about the far-right in America?
The Digital Human: Series 10: Sublime - Not available till 10:55pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - Aleks Krotoski explores the often ignored physicality of the digital world.
The Digital Human: Series 11: Alternate - Follow The Digital Human's Aleks Krotoski as she heads down a rabbit hole.
The Digital Human: Series 11: Echo - Aleks Krotoski explores how much of what we do online is akin to talking to ourselves.
The Digital Human: Series 11: Silence - In a digital world Aleks explores whether silence is becoming harder to experience.
The Doppler Effect with Charles Hazlewood - Not available till 3:00pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - Conductor Charles Hazlewood and Dr Brian May of Queen celebrate the Doppler effect.
The Doppler Effect with Charles Hazlewood - Conductor Charles Hazlewood and Dr Brian May of Queen celebrate the Doppler effect.
The Film Programme: Jacques Cousteau and Cinema - Antonia Quirke talks to Lambert Wilson, the star of a new biopic of Jacques Cousteau.
The Film Programme: Stanley Tucci - Antonia Quirke talks to Stanley Tucci about Final Portrait, his biopic of Giacometti.
The Fix: Series 1: Setting Up Home - Twelve of the country's brightest young minds gather to solve difficult social problems.
The Fix: Series 1: Setting Up Home - Not available till 10:00pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - Twelve of the country's brightest young minds gather to solve difficult social problems.
The Forum: Indian Princely States - Rajan Datar explores a lost world of culture and romance.
The Forum: Marie Curie - A Pioneering Life - Not available till 10:30am on Sat 19th(GMT) - The extraordinary life of the Polish scientist who changed the course of physics.
The Invention of Free Speech: Series 1: Politics - Historian Professor Fara Dabhoiwala explores the origins of political freedom of speech.
The Listening Project: Brenda and Joan - The Retired PE Teachers' Home - Friends look forward to life in the specialised care home they are planning.
The Listening Project: Eedie and Bethan - It's Debatable - It's important to back up your opinion with logical reasoning.
The Listening Project: Faiza and Lauren - Two Sides of the Same Coin - Not available till 4:00pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - Their post went viral when they showed that, beneath the headscarf, they were the same.
The Listening Project: Jacqueline and Seren - Family Comes First - Not available till 11:00pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - A grandmother is impressed by her granddaughter's caring nature.
The Listening Project: Omnibus - The Passage of Time - Exploding toilets, retirement homes for PE teachers, and pranks played by art teachers.
The Listening Project: Ruby and Kathleen - The Toilet Explodes - Shared memories of growing up on the Fountain estate in Derry twenty 20 years apart.
The Man Who Drew the Line - How and why did Cyril Radcliffe draw the line of partition between India and Pakistan?
The Media Show: Test Match Special and Josh Krichefski of MediaCom UK - Amol Rajan goes behind the scenes at Test Match Special.
The Museum of Curiosity: Series 11: Episode 3 - John Lloyd and Romesh Ranganathan with Rainer Hersch, Beth Healey and Kaffe Fassett.
The Museum of Curiosity: Series 11: Episode 3 - John Lloyd and Romesh Ranganathan with Rainer Hersch, Beth Healey and Kaffe Fassett.
The Museum of Curiosity: Series 11: Episode 4 - Not available till 6:00pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - John Lloyd and Romesh Ranganathan with Cariad Lloyd, Amanda Owen and Gyles Brandreth.
The Museum of Curiosity: Series 11: Episode 4 - Not available till 11:57am on Sat 19th(GMT) - John Lloyd and Romesh Ranganathan with Cariad Lloyd, Amanda Owen and Gyles Brandreth.
The Reunion: Round the World Yacht Crew - Sue MacGregor meets the first all-female crew to complete the Round the World Yacht Race.
The Reunion: Round the World Yacht Crew - Sue MacGregor meets the first all-female crew to complete the Round the World Yacht Race.
The Untold: Virtual Friends - What happens when best friends meet for the first time?
The Voices of...: Series 2: Ane Brun - Norwegian singer Ane Brun talks about her life in music.
The World This Weekend: 13/08/2017 - Global news and analysis.
The World Tonight: 18/08/2017 - Not available till 9:45pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
The World Tonight: A terrorist attack in the centre of Barcelona - A van has been driven into pedestrians in the busy Las Ramblas area of Barcelona.
The World Tonight: Government reveals plans for customs controls after Brexit - Business reaction to government's plans for 'a customs union' not 'THE customs union'.
The World Tonight: Trump condemns 'evil racism' in Virginia - Trump condemns 'evil racism' in Virginia, but too late? A critic and a supporter react.
The World Tonight: Trump scraps business forums after CEO resignations - Could president Trump's controversial remarks deepen divisions in the American society?
The World Tonight: Uhuru Kenyatta has been officially re-elected as president of Kenya - The opposition rejects the result, complaining of fraud.
Throwing Out Nehru - Dr Zareer Masani asks if India is rejecting the legacy of its founding father, Nehru.
To Hull and Back: Series 1: It's My Party - Not available till 11:00am on Fri 18th(GMT) - Sophie has a chance to get away at last. However, her mother's birthday is imminent.
To Hull and Back: Series 1: My Casa Is Your Casa - A call from Auntie Pamela gets Sophie fired up about the life she could be living,.
Today: 11/08/2017 - Including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 12/08/2017 - Including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 14/08/2017 - News and current affairs. Includes Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 15/08/2017 - News and current affairs. Including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 16/08/2017 - Including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 17/08/2017 - Including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 19/08/2017 - Not available till 8:00am on Sat 19th(GMT) - Including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Tweet of the Day: Frank Gardner on the Great Northern Diver - The BBC's Frank Gardner recalls great northern divers for Tweet of the Day.
Tweet of the Day: Tim Birkhead on Guillemot Senses - Zoologist Tim Birkhead dispels the myth of a foolish guillemot for Tweet of the Day.
Tweet of the Day: Tim Birkhead on the Guillemot Chick - British zoologist Professor Tim Birkhead recounts a guillemot chick in Tweet of the Day.
Tweet of the Day: Tim Birkhead on the Puffin - Zoologist Tim Birkhead discusses the monumental dullness of puffins for Tweet of the Day.
Tweet of the Day: Tim Birkhead on the Raven - British zoologist Tim Birkhead admires the intelligence of ravens for Tweet of the Day.
Tweet of the Day: Tim Birkhead on the Razorbill - British zoologist Professor Tim Birkhead recalls the razorbill for this Tweet of the Day.
Westminster Hour: 13/08/2017 - Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Woman's Hour: 17/08/2017 - No More Boys and Girls, Dr Javid Abdelmoneim asks can our kids go gender free?
Woman's Hour: Charlottesville, Women and Gaming, Craft finalist Lin Cheung, Theresa Breslin - Not available till 9:45am on Fri 18th(GMT) - Protests in Charlottesville - how much of this debate is fought along gender lines?
Woman's Hour: Chineke! - BAME orchestra, Chineke!. Plus Theresa May, domestic abuse and Indian Partition.
Woman's Hour: Disfigurement, Adoption, Darning - Showing your disfigurement. Adopting little children. Our ninth Craft Prize finalist.
Woman's Hour: Emma Hatton as Evita - Emma Hatton, star of the latest production of Evita, performs Don't Cry for me Argentina.
Woman's Hour: Erla Bolladottir, Clothes for zero gravity, Katharine Welby-Roberts - Erla Bolladottir, Katharine Welby-Roberts and Helen Sharman and clothes for zero gravity.
Woman's Hour: Weekend Woman's Hour - Not available till 4:00pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - Highlights from the Woman's Hour week. Presented by Jenni Murray.
Woman's Hour: Woman's Hour craft prize and the Newcastle convictions - A look at how women in communities affected by child sex abuse are feeling.
World War One: The Cultural Front: Series 4: Reality and Reconstruction - Not available till 10:00am on Sat 19th(GMT) - Francine Stock explores how the First World War transformed the arts across Europe.
World War One: The Cultural Front: Series 4: The Jazz Kings Go to War - The story of the Harlem Hellfighters and how jazz conquered France.
World at One: 11/08/2017 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 14/08/2017 - A charity is given an 'official warning' for spending less than 3% on frontline work.
World at One: 15/08/2017 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 16/08/2017 - News with Martha Kearney including Ulster border post-Brexit and the music of Glenn Gould.
World at One: 17/08/2017 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 18/08/2017 - Not available till 12:45pm on Fri 18th(GMT) - Analysis of news and current affairs.
You and Yours: Affordable rent; Gagged pension complaints; Tech support scam - London renters need earnings of £81k to 'afford' a one bed flat, and gagged complaints.
You and Yours: Call You and Yours: Has anything put you off university? - Consumer phone-in. Has anything put you off university?
You and Yours: Cladding Concerns, Motorbike Thefts, Irish Whiskey's Popularity - Not available till 11:57am on Fri 18th(GMT) - Cladding cost fears for private leaseholders, motorbike theft and buoyant whiskey sales.
You and Yours: Fixed-odds betting machines - Fixed-odds betting machines; copycat websites; renting to under-35s.
You and Yours: Insurance charges, Kids in care homes, Student loans - Should insurers do more to help customers who can't use the web to find the best deals?
You and Yours: Resort fees, Intensive driving lessons, Cycle schemes - The so-called resort fees catching out UK holidaymakers in the USA.
iPM: 19/08/2017 - Not available till 5:00am on Sat 19th(GMT) - Luke Jones and Eddie Mair present the news programme that starts with its listeners.
iPM: 19/08/2017 - Not available till 4:54pm on Sat 19th(GMT) - Luke Jones and Eddie Mair present the news programme that starts with its listeners.
iPM: Midwife at Sea - A listener discusses caring for pregnant women on board a migrant rescue ship.
iPM: Midwife at Sea - A listener discusses caring for pregnant women on board a migrant rescue ship.