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15 Minute Drama: Ten Days That Shook the World: Chill Winds - John Reed's classic eye-witness account of the Russian Revolution in October 1917.
15 Minute Drama: Ten Days That Shook the World: Counter-Revolution - Not available till 7:00pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - John Reed's classic eye-witness account of the Russian Revolution in October 1917.
15 Minute Drama: Ten Days That Shook the World: On the Eve - John Reed's classic eye-witness account of the Russian Revolution in October 1917.
15 Minute Drama: Ten Days That Shook the World: Plunging Ahead - John Reed's classic eye-witness account of the Russian Revolution in October 1917.
15 Minute Drama: Ten Days That Shook the World: The Revolutionary Front - John Reed's classic eye-witness account of the Russian Revolution in October 1917.
15 Minute Drama: Ten Days That Shook the World: The Winter Palace - John Reed's classic eye-witness account of the Russian Revolution in October 1917.
15 Minute Drama: Ten Days That Shook the World: Victory - Not available till 7:00pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - John Reed's classic eye-witness account of the Russian Revolution in October 1917.
50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: Series 1: Double-entry Bookkeeping - Renaissance man Luca Pacioli wrote the definitive book on double-entry bookkeeping.
50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: Series 1: Management Consulting - If managers often have a bad reputation, what about those who tell them how to manage?
50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: Series 1: Market Research - Market research marked a shift from a producer-led to a consumer-led approach to business.
50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: Series 1: Property Register - Not available till 11:13am on Tue 17th(GMT) - Property rights for the world's poor could unlock trillions in 'dead capital'.
50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: Series 1: Radar - A high-tech 'death ray' capable of zapping sheep led to the invention of radar.
50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: Series 1: S-Bend - The S-bend was a pipe with a curve in it, an invention that led to public sanitation.
50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: Series 1: Welfare State - Not available till 11:13am on Wed 18th(GMT) - Do welfare states boost economic growth, or stunt it? It's not an easy question to answer.
A Good Read: Owen Jones and Georgia LA - Not available till 4:00pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Owen Jones and Georgia LA discuss their favourite books with Harriett Gilbert.
A Good Read: Sally Lindsay and Jonathan Harvey - Sally Lindsay and Jonathan Harvey talk about the books they love with Harriett Gilbert.
A Good Read: Sally Lindsay and Jonathan Harvey - Sally Lindsay and Jonathan Harvey talk about the books they love with Harriett Gilbert.
A Point of View: The Battle for Free Speech - Andrew Sullivan on the cultural Marxism he says is sweeping through US universities.
A Point of View: The Battle for Free Speech - Andrew Sullivan on the cultural Marxism he says is sweeping through US universities.
Analysis: Can We Teach Robots Ethics? - What happens when a machine faces a moral dilemma? David Edmonds investigates.
Analysis: What would war with North Korea look like? - What could spark a conflict, and how devastating would it be?
Andy Hamilton Sort of Remembers: Series 1: Childhood - Not available till 6:00pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Andy remembers his favourite childhood sounds and recalls being an overcautious parent.
Any Answers?: 14/10/2017 - Listeners have their say on the issues discussed on Any Questions?
Any Questions?: Ian Blackford MP, Lord Forsyth, Iain Martin, Chi Onwurah MP - Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate from Wellington Church in Glasgow.
Any Questions?: Ian Blackford MP, Lord Forsyth, Iain Martin, Chi Onwurah MP - Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate from Wellington Church in Glasgow.
Archive on 4: Travels in North Korea - As tempers flare and threats fly, we take a virtual audio tour inside the Hermit Kingdom.
BBC Inside Science: Antibiotics and Farming, Molten Metal Pump, Acoustic Biodiversity, Athenia - How large is the role of agriculture in the antibiotic resistance crisis?
BBC Inside Science: Antibiotics and Farming, Molten Metal Pump, Acoustic Biodiversity, Athenia - How large is the role of agriculture in the antibiotic resistance crisis?
Bells on Sunday: St Martins, Worcester - Church bells from St Martins, Worcester.
Bells on Sunday: St Martins, Worcester - Church bells from St Martins, Worcester.
Book at Bedtime: Ian Rankin - The Deathwatch Journal: Episode 1 - A prison guard watches over a man sentenced to hang for the murder of his wife.
Book at Bedtime: Ian Rankin - The Deathwatch Journal: Episode 2 - Not available till 10:00pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Prison guard Thomas Scott begins to believe a condemned man is innocent.
Book at Bedtime: Ian Rankin - The Deathwatch Journal: Episode 3 - Not available till 10:00pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Scott discovers Telfer's wife was having an affair - was this a motive for murder?
Book at Bedtime: The Omen: Episode 2 - Tragedy strikes at Damien's birthday party.
Book at Bedtime: The Omen: Episode 3 - Father Tassone has a warning.
Book at Bedtime: The Omen: Episode 4 - Kathy is in danger.
Book at Bedtime: The Omen: Episode 5 - Thorn has confirmed the shocking truth about Damien.
Book of the Week: How to Be Champion: I Don't Want Kids - Not available till 10:00am on Tue 17th(GMT) - Comedian Sarah Millican takes an impassioned stance on the subject of having children.
Book of the Week: How to Be Champion: I Don't Want Kids - Not available till 11:48pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Comedian Sarah Millican takes an impassioned stance on the subject of having children.
Book of the Week: How to Be Champion: Love Letter to My Knockers/Wearing Glasses/Married a Second Time - Not available till 11:48pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Sarah Millican waxes lyrical about her boobs, wearing glasses and marriage a second time.
Book of the Week: How to Be Champion: Love Letter to My Knockers/Wearing Glasses/Married a Second Time - Not available till 9:55am on Wed 18th(GMT) - Sarah Millican waxes lyrical about her boobs, wearing glasses and marriage a second time.
Book of the Week: How to Be Champion: Pre-Stand-Up, Stand-Up - Sarah Millican describes the life-changing moment she discovered her talent for comedy.
Book of the Week: How to Be Champion: Pre-Stand-Up, Stand-Up - Sarah Millican describes the life-changing moment she discovered her talent for comedy.
Book of the Week: The Letters of Sylvia Plath: April 1956 to October 1956 - Lydia Wilson reads from the letters of Sylvia Plath.
Book of the Week: The Letters of Sylvia Plath: April 1956 to October 1956 - Lydia Wilson reads from the letters of Sylvia Plath.
Book of the Week: The Letters of Sylvia Plath: January 1954 to February 1955 - Lydia Wilson reads from the letters of Sylvia Plath, abridged by Caitlin Crawford.
Book of the Week: The Letters of Sylvia Plath: January 1954 to February 1955 - Lydia Wilson reads from the letters of Sylvia Plath, abridged by Caitlin Crawford.
Book of the Week: The Letters of Sylvia Plath: November 1951 to December 1953 - Lydia Wilson reads from the letters of Sylvia Plath.
Book of the Week: The Letters of Sylvia Plath: November 1951 to December 1953 - Lydia Wilson reads from the letters of Sylvia Plath.
Book of the Week: The Letters of Sylvia Plath: September 1955 to March 1956 - Lydia Wilson reads from the letters of Sylvia Plath.
Book of the Week: The Letters of Sylvia Plath: September 1955 to March 1956 - Lydia Wilson reads from the letters of Sylvia Plath.
Broadcasting House: 15/10/2017 - Sunday morning magazine programme. Presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Charlotte and Lillian: Series 1: The Star Turn - Lillian's tales about her life and acting career prompt Charlotte to investigate further.
Choral History of Britain: Series 1: Singing for Everyone - Roderick Williams explores how Britain lost its singing voice and if it be recovered.
Choral History of Britain: Series 1: Singing for Everyone - Roderick Williams explores how Britain lost its singing voice and if it be recovered.
Costing the Earth: The Future of Fashion - Lucy Siegle reports from La Scala, Milan to ask if fashion can ever really be 'green'.
Costing the Earth: The Future of Fashion - Lucy Siegle reports from La Scala, Milan to ask if fashion can ever really be 'green'.
Costing the Earth: Where Does Our Waste Go? - Not available till 3:00pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Where do the contents of our bins end up? Tom Heap lifts the lid on recycling.
Costing the Earth: Where Does Our Waste Go? - Not available till 8:30pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Where do the contents of our bins end up? Tom Heap lifts the lid on recycling.
Dads and Daughters - Lauren Laverne and her dad Les explore the relationship between fathers and daughters.
Daily Service: 13/10/2017 - Spiritual reflection and prayers led by the Rev Sharon Grenham Thompson.
Daily Service: 16/10/2017 - Spiritual reflection with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by the Rev Roy Jenkins.
Daily Service: Breaking Bonds - Holding Fast - Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music. Led by David Waters.
Daily Service: Breaking Bonds - Reconciliation - Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by Canon Ann Easter.
Daily Service: Breaking Bonds - You Visited Me - Christian worship with a bible reading, prayer and music, led by Canon Steve Williams.
Daily Service: The Evangelists - Luke - Not available till 9:00am on Wed 18th(GMT) - Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by Claire Campbell Smith.
Daily Service: The Evangelists - Mark - Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music led by Rev Dr Kirsty Thorpe.
David Baddiel Tries to Understand: Series 3: TV Broadcasting - David Baddiel tries to understand TV broadcasting.
Desert Island Discs: Jane Gardam - Jane Gardam, novelist, is interviewed by Kirsty Young for Desert Island Discs.
Desert Island Discs: Sir James MacMillan - Sir James MacMillan, composer, is interviewed by Kirsty Young for Desert Island Discs.
Drama: One Horizon - Not available till 2:00pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - By Jeremy Hylton Davies. Gwyn runs the Marathon des Sables - 150 miles across the Sahara.
Drama: Reading Europe - Italy: The Story of a Lost Child: Episode 2 - Despite her friend Lila's dismay, Lena continues her affair with Nino.
Drama: Reading Europe - Italy: The Story of a Lost Child: Episode 3 - Elena Ferrante's story of a lifelong friendship between Lila and Lena comes to an end.
Drama: Rebus: Fleshmarket Close: Episode 2 - In Ian Rankin's thriller, Rebus investigates a people-trafficking gang.
Drama: The Gold Killing: Episode 1 - Robert Glenister stars in Paul Sellar's thriller of greed, fear and fraud.
Drama: The Gold Killing: Episode 2 - Not available till 2:00pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Robert Glenister stars in Paul Sellar's thriller of greed, fear and fraud.
Farming Today: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 4:58am on Wed 18th(GMT) - The latest news about food, farming and the countryside.
Farming Today: 19/10/2017 - Not available till 4:58am on Thu 19th(GMT) - The latest news about food, farming and the countryside.
Farming Today: Farming Today This Week: Deer - As the rutting season gets underway, Lucy Taylor visits Woburn Abbey Deer Park and Farm.
Farming Today: Food security, deer in Scotland, sustainable pesticide usage, tagging salmon - The 2017 Global Food Security Index says Brexit poses an extreme risk to UK food security.
Farming Today: HS2 compulsory purchase, British Nutrition Foundation conference, Venison sales - The latest news about food, farming and the countryside.
Farming Today: Import quotas to the UK, 100th birthday of the Co-operative Party, Deer & dogs and oilseed rape - A new agreement between the EU and UK on post-Brexit import quotas is signed.
Farming Today: No trade deal post-Brexit, climate report, forest management, slurry spreading restrictions in Scotland - With a 'no deal' Brexit, could farmers just 'grow more'?
Farming Today: The President of the World Farmer's Organisation Theo de Jager interviewed on the UN's World Food Day - The President of the World Farmer's Organisation reflects on the G7 Agriculture talks.
Feedback: 13/10/2017 - Roger Bolton speaks to the editor of PM about Eddie Mair's interview with Amber Rudd.
Feedback: 13/10/2017 - Roger Bolton speaks to the editor of PM about Eddie Mair's interview with Amber Rudd.
File on 4: Elderly Patients in Hospital - Who Cares? - Who cares? Are elderly patients being left to suffer and die from neglect in hospital?
File on 4: Elderly Patients in Hospital - Who Cares? - Who cares? Are elderly patients being left to suffer and die from neglect in hospital?
File on 4: Police Protection? The Murder of Kevin Nunes - Not available till 7:40pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Questions remain about alleged police misconduct in a 15-year-old murder investigation.
Fred at The Stand: Series 1: Hastings, Vee, McCabe and Delaney - Not available till 10:30pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Fred MacAulay presents some of the UK's top stand-up comedians, recorded in Edinburgh.
From Our Own Correspondent: A Convicted Warlord, His Ex-Wife And A Footballer - Election day was peaceful in Liberia, but are sinister forces at play?
Front Row: 17/10/2017 - Not available till 6:45pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Arts news, interviews and reviews.
Front Row: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 6:45pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Arts news, interviews and reviews.
Front Row: Armando Iannucci on the Death of Stalin, Kwame Kwei-Armah directs Ibsen's Lady from the Sea - Armando Iannucci's Death of Stalin, Kwame Kwei-Armah directs Ibsen's Lady from the Sea.
Front Row: Director Sally Potter, Composer Jimmy Webb, Anorexia on screen - Sally Potter on her film The Party, and the composer of Wichita Lineman, Jimmy Webb.
Front Row: Dustin Hoffman; Jon Boden plays live; the new gallery at Tate St Ives - Dustin Hoffman on his new film, Jon Boden live, Tate St Ives reopens with a new gallery.
Front Row: George Michael: Freedom, John Banville, Michael Fassbender, Performance art - George Michael's film - Freedom, John Banville, Michael Fassbender and performance art.
Front Row: Kit Harington, Kele Okereke, Dynasty, Porridge - Kit Harington on his new drama series about the Gunpowder Plot.
Gardeners' Question Time: Wakehurst Place - Peter Gibbs is at Wakehurst Place in West Sussex, marking 30 years since the Great Storm.
Gardeners' Question Time: Wakehurst Place - Peter Gibbs is at Wakehurst Place in West Sussex, marking 30 years since the Great Storm.
Hamlet: Episode 2 - The ghost of Hamlet's father has told Hamlet he was murdered by Claudius. But is it true?
Hamlet: Episode 3 - Hamlet arranges for a play to be performed that features a similar murder to his father's.
Hamlet: Episode 4 - After Hamlet's accidental murder of Polonius, Laertes returns to Elsinore bent on revenge.
Hamlet: Episode 5 - Hamlet returns unexpectedly to Elsinore, where Claudius and Laertes plan to murder him.
How to Have a Better Brain: Exercise - Sian Williams analyses the importance of physical exercise to brain health.
How to Have a Better Brain: Relaxation - Not available till 1:00pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Sian Williams finds out why keeping your cool will boost your brain power.
How to Have a Better Brain: Stimulation - Not available till 1:00pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Sian Williams explores the importance of mental exercise to brain health.
Hull 2017: Contains Strong Language: Part 2 - Recorded live in Hull, Jeremy Irons and Julie Hesmondhalgh perform poetry inspired by Hull
In Our Time: Aphra Behn - Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Aphra Behn (1640-1689): playwright, poet, spy.
In Our Time: Aphra Behn - Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Aphra Behn (1640-1689): playwright, poet, spy.
In Touch: 17/10/2017 - Not available till 8:00pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - News, views and information for people who are blind or partially sighted.
In Touch: Poker and Rugby: The Blind Way - Peter White hears about two adaptations of popular games: rugby and poker.
Inside Health: 17/10/2017 - Not available till 3:00pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Dr Mark Porter presents a series on health issues.
Inside Health: 17/10/2017 - Not available till 8:30pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Dr Mark Porter presents a series on health issues.
Inside Health: Vaginal mesh; alcohol and the heart - Complications of vaginal mesh implants, plus alcohol and the heart.
Inside Health: Vaginal mesh; alcohol and the heart - Complications of vaginal mesh implants, plus alcohol and the heart.
It's Just a Joke, Comrade: 100 Years of Russian Satire: Series 1: Episode 2 - Comedian and Russophile Viv Groskop explores a century of revolutionary comedy.
John Shuttleworth's Lounge Music: Series 2: Episode 4 - John Shuttleworth invites the stars to sing his songs. This week, it's Mari Wilson.
Last Word: Lillian Ross, Jalal Talabani, Terry Downes, Sybil Flory, Hedley Jones - Julian Worricker on a journalist, a politician, a boxer, a seamstress, a musician.
Last Word: Lillian Ross, Jalal Talabani, Terry Downes, Sybil Flory, Hedley Jones - Julian Worricker on a journalist, a politician, a boxer, a seamstress, a musician.
Lemn Sissay's Origin Stories: The Bed Under the Stairs - Lemn discusses his experiences as a foster child and draws comparisons with Harry Potter.
Liam Williams: Ladhood: Series 2: Episode 2 - Liam is torn between the laddish drinking societies and artsy intelligentsia of Cambridge.
Lines of Resistance - Poet Bridget Minamore explores how women have created their own literary narratives.
Little Lifetimes by Jenny Eclair: Series 4: The Last Day - Not available till 10:15pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Vicki Pepperdine stars in Jenny Eclair's comic monologue about a teacher's last day.
Loose Ends: Jessica Raine, Kevin Bishop, Linda Lewis, Chris Thorpe, Siv Jakobsen, Bedouine, Arthur Smith, Clive Anderson - Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
Martin Morales' Peruvian Road Trip - Peruvian-born chef Martin Morales explores the link between food and music in the Andes.
Midnight News: 11/10/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 12/10/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 13/10/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 14/10/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 15/10/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 16/10/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 17/10/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 11:30pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 19/10/2017 - Not available till 11:30pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Money Box: Money Box Live: Financial protection for missing money - Who should cover the cost when money goes missing from your bank account?
Money Box: Money Box Live: Universal Credit - Not available till 2:30pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Financial phone-in.
Money Box: Young driver foxed by the box - Black box technology promises cheaper insurance for 'good' drivers - but does it deliver?
Money Box: Young driver foxed by the box - Black box technology promises cheaper insurance for 'good' drivers - but does it deliver?
Moral Maze: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 7:45pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Moral Maze: 50 Years of the Abortion Act - Moral Maze, presented by Michael Buerk.
Moral Maze: 50 Years of the Abortion Act - Moral Maze, presented by Michael Buerk.
Mrs Sidhu Investigates: Murder With Masala: Series 1: Murder Corked - Not available till 11:00am on Wed 18th(GMT) - Meera Syal stars as the Indian aunty sleuth. What the butler saw is weirder than fiction.
Mrs Sidhu Investigates: Murder With Masala: Series 1: The Peril of the Poisoned Puddle - Meera Syal stars as the catering sleuth from Slough on the trail of a missing bridesmaid.
My Father's Israel - How a bitter dispute over Israel's future in 1967 split a country and divided a family.
Natural Histories: Gull - Brett Westwood follows gulls away from the sea to landfill sites where birdwatchers gather
Natural Histories: Gull - Brett Westwood follows gulls away from the sea to landfill sites where birdwatchers gather
Natural Histories: Turtle - Not available till 10:30am on Tue 17th(GMT) - Brett Westwood explores how the venerable, ancient turtle has influenced human culture.
News Briefing: 11/10/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 12/10/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 13/10/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 14/10/2017 - The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 15/10/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 16/10/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 17/10/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 4:43am on Wed 18th(GMT) - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 19/10/2017 - Not available till 4:43am on Thu 19th(GMT) - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Headlines: 15/10/2017 - The latest national and international news.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 10/10/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 11/10/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 12/10/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 13/10/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 14/10/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 15/10/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 16/10/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 17/10/2017 - Not available till 11:04am on Tue 17th(GMT) - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 11:04am on Wed 18th(GMT) - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News and Papers: 14/10/2017 - The latest news headlines. Including the weather and a look at the papers.
News and Papers: 15/10/2017 - The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
News and Papers: 15/10/2017 - The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
News and Weather: 14/10/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
News: 14/10/2017 - The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
One to One: Trevor Nelson meets 'Janet' - What is it like to discover you have got half-siblings?
One to One: Trevor Nelson meets 'Pip' - What is it like finding out you have got half-siblings? Does it change your life?
Open Book: Alan Hollinghurst - Alan Hollinghurst talks to Mariella Frostrup about his new novel, The Sparsholt Affair.
Open Book: Omar El Akkad - Omar El Akkad talks to Mariella Frostrup about his novel American War.
Owning Colour: Series 1: Black - Wayne Hemingway tells the story of Vantablack, the blackest black.
PM: 10/10/2017 - Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
PM: 11/10/2017 - Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
PM: 12/10/2017 - Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
PM: 13/10/2017 - Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: 16/10/2017 - Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: 17/10/2017 - Not available till 4:54pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
PM: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 4:54pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: Saturday PM - Full coverage of the day's news.
Passing Dreams - A portrait of singer, songwriter and truck driver Will Beeley.
Pick of the Week: Stewart Henderson - Stewart Henderson chooses his BBC Radio highlights.
Planks and a Passion - Not available till 11:00am on Tue 17th(GMT) - Libby Purves follows the story of the Bridge, London's ambitious new-built theatre.
Prayer for the Day: 11/10/2017 - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Canon Steve Williams.
Prayer for the Day: 12/10/2017 - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Canon Steve Williams.
Prayer for the Day: 13/10/2017 - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Canon Steve Williams.
Prayer for the Day: 14/10/2017 - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Shaunaka Rishi Das.
Prayer for the Day: 16/10/2017 - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Shaunaka Rishi Das.
Prayer for the Day: 17/10/2017 - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Shaunaka Rishi Das.
Prayer for the Day: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 4:45am on Wed 18th(GMT) - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Shaunaka Rishi Das.
Prayer for the Day: 19/10/2017 - Not available till 4:45am on Thu 19th(GMT) - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Shaunaka Rishi Das.
Profile: Baroness Trumpington - Edward Stourton profiles Baroness Trumpington, famous for flicking a V sign in the Lords.
Profile: Baroness Trumpington - Edward Stourton profiles Baroness Trumpington, famous for flicking a V sign in the Lords.
Profile: Baroness Trumpington - Edward Stourton profiles Baroness Trumpington, famous for flicking a V sign in the Lords.
Quote... Unquote: 09/10/2017 - Nigel Rees quizzes Kate Fox, Olly Mann, Julian Mitchell and Joanna Scanlon.
Quote... Unquote: 16/10/2017 - Nigel Rees quizzes Sally Phillips, Matthew Parris, Kate Williams and Frog Stone.
Radio 4 Appeal: Bone Cancer Research Trust - Prue Leith makes the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of Bone Cancer Research Trust.
Radio 4 Appeal: Farm Africa - Michael Palin makes the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of Farm Africa.
Radio 4 Appeal: Farm Africa - Michael Palin makes the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of Farm Africa.
Ramblings: Series 37: Listeners' Walks: Isle of Man, Kallow Point - Clare Balding continues her exploration of the Isle of Man walking along the coastal path.
Ramblings: Series 37: Listeners' Walks: Isle of Man, Kallow Point - Clare Balding continues her exploration of the Isle of Man walking along the coastal path.
Revolution in Ideas - Historian Justin Champion explores the Russia of 1917 as a revolution in ideas.
Russia in Five Babushka Dolls: Series 1: Ayn Rand - The Russian-born writer whose influence is most evident in her adopted home of the USA.
Russia in Five Babushka Dolls: Series 1: Nadezhda Alliluyeva - Vanora Bennett profiles Stalin's wife, born in 1901 in the Tsarist Russian south.
Russia in Five Babushka Dolls: Series 1: Pussy Riot - Vanora Bennett's final Babushka doll is a member of activist group Pussy Riot.
Russia in Five Babushka Dolls: Series 1: Valentina Tereshkova - Vanora Bennett on Valentina Tereshkova, who in 1963 became the first woman in space.
Saturday Review: The Party, Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle, The Sparsholt Affair, Degas at the Fitzwilliam, The Gamble - The Party, Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle, The Sparsholt Affair, Degas, The Gamble.
Shipping Forecast: 10/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 11/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 11/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 11/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 12/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 12/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 12/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 13/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 13/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 13/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 14/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 14/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 14/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 15/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 15/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 15/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 16/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 16/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 16/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 17/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 17/10/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 17/10/2017 - Not available till 5:00pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 5:00pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 4:30am on Wed 18th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 12:00am on Wed 18th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 19/10/2017 - Not available till 12:00am on Thu 19th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 19/10/2017 - Not available till 4:30am on Thu 19th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Short Works: Series 1: Hurricane Season - Maxine Beneba Clarke's specially written short story about the fallout from a hurricane.
Short Works: Series 1: Hurricane Season - Maxine Beneba Clarke's specially written short story about the fallout from a hurricane.
Six O'Clock News: 10/10/2017 BAE Systems axes 2,000 jobs - The defence manufacturer, BAE Systems, is to cut almost 2,000 jobs
Six O'Clock News: 11/10/2017 Brexit funding row exposes divisions - A row over funding for Brexit has exposed further divisions at the heart of the Cabinet
Six O'Clock News: 12/10/2017 Brexit talks "deadlocked"over divorce bill - EU chief negotiator warns of disturbing deadlock over how much UK will owe when it leaves
Six O'Clock News: 13/10/2017 Trump overhauls Iran policy - President Trump sets out more aggressive strategy towards Iran
Six O'Clock News: 14/10/2017 Hostages' ordeal in Afghan captivity - Canadian held for 5 years says Islamist militants killed his child and raped his wife.
Six O'Clock News: 15/10/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Six O'Clock News: 16/10/2017 Storm Ophelia kills 3 in Ireland - People in Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland warned of threat to life and property.
Six O'Clock News: 17/10/2017 - Not available till 5:30pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Six O'Clock News: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 5:30pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Something Understood: Simplicity - Mark Tully considers the wisdom of trying to keep things simple.
Something Understood: Simplicity - Mark Tully considers the wisdom of trying to keep things simple.
Spotlight Tonight with Nish Kumar: Series 2: Episode 4 - 'Good evening, Admiral' - Live episode - Late-night topical comedy, hosted by award-winning satirist Nish Kumar.
St Pancras Pianos - Improvisations in music and story from the street pianists at London's St Pancras Station.
Start the Week: The End of War? - Peace and War: Oona Hathaway, Mona Juul, Elisabeth Kendall and Philip Collins.
Start the Week: The End of War? - Peace and War: Oona Hathaway, Mona Juul, Elisabeth Kendall and Philip Collins.
Streets Apart: A History of Social Housing: Omnibus: Grenfell Tower - In the wake of Grenfell Tower, Lynsey Hanley tells the story of social housing in Britain.
Sunday Worship: Strengthen Ye the Weak Hands - Anticipating St Luke's Day from the Churchill Hospital Cancer Centre in Oxford.
Sunday: Gender segregation in faith schools, Mahant Swami Maharaj UK visit, Moral issues of food waste - Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme presented by Edward Stourton.
Susan Calman - Keep Calman Carry On: Hillwalking - Susan Calman tries to learn how to unwind, by going hillwalking with Muriel Gray.
The Archers Omnibus: 15/10/2017 - Lilian finds herself tempted, and Pip makes an embarrassing mistake.
The Archers: 09/10/2017 - Emma has help from an unexpected source.
The Archers: 10/10/2017 - Lilian finds herself tempted.
The Archers: 10/10/2017 - Lilian finds herself tempted.
The Archers: 11/10/2017 - Pip makes an embarrassing mistake.
The Archers: 11/10/2017 - Pip makes an embarrassing mistake.
The Archers: 12/10/2017 - Helen puts her foot down.
The Archers: 12/10/2017 - Helen puts her foot down.
The Archers: 13/10/2017 - Matt stirs the pot.
The Archers: 15/10/2017 - Lilian feels guilty.
The Archers: 15/10/2017 - Lilian feels guilty.
The Archers: 16/10/2017 - Not available till 1:15pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Shula's day goes from bad to worse.
The Archers: 16/10/2017 - Shula's day goes from bad to worse.
The Archers: 17/10/2017 - Not available till 1:15pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Tony is put in an awkward position.
The Archers: 17/10/2017 - Not available till 6:15pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Tony is put in an awkward position.
The Archers: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 6:15pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Robert has victory in mind.
The Bottom Line: Shake-up in the skies - What is really going on in Europe's airline industry? Evan Davis and guests discuss.
The Bottom Line: Shake-up in the skies - What is really going on in Europe's airline industry? Evan Davis and guests discuss.
The Briefing Room: Capitalism in Crisis - Is capitalism broken, and if so, what should replace it?
The British Road to Bolshevism - Martin Rosenbaum explores how events in London contributed to the Russian Revolution.
The British Road to Bolshevism - Not available till 10:30am on Wed 18th(GMT) - Martin Rosenbaum explores how events in London contributed to the Russian Revolution.
The Casebook of Max and Ivan: Series 2: Case #73 - Cirque Du Solihull - Bridget Christie joins Max and Ivan as they investigate strange goings-on at the circus.
The Digital Human: Series 12: Duped - Aleks Krotoski explores the world of spam, scams and caches of forgotten gold.
The Film Programme: Ian McEwan - In an edition recorded at the London Film Festival, Francine Stock talks to Ian McEwan.
The Film Programme: Ian McEwan - In an edition recorded at the London Film Festival, Francine Stock talks to Ian McEwan.
The Food Programme: How We Eat: 3. Eating By The Rules - Sheila Dillon talks to people who eat according to very strict rules.
The Food Programme: How We Eat: 3. Eating By The Rules - Sheila Dillon talks to people who eat according to very strict rules.
The Gamble: Series 1: Low Life - Not available till 9:00pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - For the painter Lucian Freud, every brush stroke was a risk.
The Gamble: Series 1: Low Life - Not available till 8:44am on Wed 18th(GMT) - For the painter Lucian Freud, every brush stroke was a risk.
The Hauntening: Series 1: Soulmaits - Tom Neenan discovers what horrors lurk in our apps and gadgets in this modern ghost story.
The Hauntening: Series 1: The Asag Chiller - Not available till 10:30pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Tom has acquired a healthy new lifestyle, a shiny new fridge and a terrifying new problem.
The Kitchen Cabinet: Series 18: Derby - Jay Rayner and his panel of food experts are in Derby.
The Kitchen Cabinet: Series 18: Pangbourne College - Not available till 2:30pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Jay Rayner and the panel visit Pangbourne College in Berkshire.
The Life Scientific: Steve Cowley on Nuclear Fusion - Jim Al-Khalili asks Steve Cowley if we will ever have energy from nuclear fusion.
The Life Scientific: Steve Cowley on Nuclear Fusion - Jim Al-Khalili asks Steve Cowley if we will ever have energy from nuclear fusion.
The Life Scientific: Tim Birkhead on bird promiscuity - Not available till 9:00pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Sex, guillemots and the virtuoso finch.
The Life Scientific: Tim Birkhead on bird promiscuity - Sex, guillemots and the virtuoso finch.
The Listening Project: Eddie and Jon - Controlled by Fear - The smell of Jeyes fluid makes me shake.
The Listening Project: Lucy and Jo - Time and Trouble - Not available till 10:00am on Wed 18th(GMT) - Friendship is strengthened by acceptance and never judging.
The Listening Project: Naomi and Mayella - The Need to Protect - If your father abused you, should you blame your mother?
The Listening Project: Omnibus - Abused in Childhood - Abuse by family or by those meant to care for a child is never forgotten.
The Listening Project: Tony and Matthew - Different Childhoods - A father's brutal childhood experience ensured his son's upbringing was very different.
The Living World: Mellow Fruitfulness - Peter France is on the South Downs with ecologist David Streeter. From 1988.
The Media Show: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 4:00pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Topical programme about the fast-changing media world.
The Media Show: Could the media have exposed Harvey Weinstein earlier? - Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein stands accused of years of sexual misconduct.
The News Quiz: Series 94: 13/10/2017 - Host Miles Jupp is joined by Rich Hall, Helen Lewis, Mark Steel and Kiri Pritchard-McLean.
The News Quiz: Series 94: 13/10/2017 - Host Miles Jupp is joined by Rich Hall, Helen Lewis, Mark Steel and Kiri Pritchard-McLean.
The Reservoir Tapes: Series 1: Deepak's Story - Sacha Dhawan continues Jon McGregor's short story series set in the Peak District.
The Rivals: Series 3: The Moabite Cipher - Inspector Lestrade introduces Sherlock Holmes's rival Dr James Thorndike.
The Tim Vine Chat Show: Series 2: Greenwich - Not available till 6:00pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Tim chats to a museum curator about airport security and sings a song about cake and milk.
The Tim Vine Chat Show: Series 2: North Berwick - A pie-seller and a man undergoing some unusual physiotherapy provide the entertainment.
The Unbelievable Truth: Series 19: Episode 2 - Comedians try to smuggle truths past their opponents in David Mitchell's panel game.
The Unbelievable Truth: Series 19: Episode 3 - Comedians try to smuggle truths past their opponents in David Mitchell's panel game.
The World This Weekend: 15/10/2017 - Global news and analysis.
The World Tonight: 17/10/2017 - Not available till 9:45pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
The World Tonight: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 9:45pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
The World Tonight: Brexit 'no deal' row - What would a 'no deal' look like? And should we prepare for it?
The World Tonight: Catalonia Independence Bid on Hold - The Catalan president declares independence - but suspends it for talks with Madrid.
The World Tonight: EU claims Brexit talks in 'deadlock' - Michel Barnier, the EU's chief negotiator in the Brexit talks, says they are in 'deadlock'
The World Tonight: Somalia suffers worst terror attack in its history - The Mogadishu truck bomb is blamed on Al-Shabaab Islamists.
The World Tonight: Trump threatens to abandon Iran nuclear deal - Widespread dismay over damage to international agreement.
Thinking Allowed: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 3:30pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Sociological discussion programme, presented by Laurie Taylor.
Thinking Allowed: Restaurants - A Taste of Class - What are restaurants for? Laurie Taylor explores the many functions of dining out.
Thinking Allowed: Restaurants - A Taste of Class - What are restaurants for? Laurie Taylor explores the many functions of dining out.
Today in Parliament: 10/10/2017 - Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
Today in Parliament: 11/10/2017 - Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
Today in Parliament: 12/10/2017 - Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
Today in Parliament: 13/10/2017 - Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster.
Today in Parliament: 16/10/2017 - Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
Today in Parliament: 17/10/2017 - Not available till 11:00pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
Today in Parliament: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 11:00pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
Today: 04/10/2017 - Not available till 7:31am on Wed 18th(GMT) - Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 10/10/2017 - Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 11/10/2017 - Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 12/10/2017 - Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 13/10/2017 - Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 14/10/2017 - Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 16/10/2017 - News and current affairs. Includes Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 17/10/2017 - Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Toynbee at War - Polly Toynbee explores how Arnold J Toynbee's life and writing was shaped by the Great War
Tweet of the Day: Joe Acheson on the Starling - Not available till 5:00am on Thu 19th(GMT) - Musician Joe Acheson recalls recording starling to use in his work as the Hidden Orchestra
Tweet of the Day: Robert Martin on the Cerulean Paradise-flycatcher - BirdLife International's Rob Martin on the Cerulean Paradise-flycatcher.
Tweet of the Day: Rosa Gleave on the Goldcrest - BirdLife International's Rosa Gleave on the Goldcrest.
Tweet of the Day: Stuart Butchart on the Bronze-Winged Jacana - Dr Stuart Butchart from BirdLife International reveals the bronze-winged jacana.
Tweet of the Day: Sue Patterson on the Great Spotted Woodpecker - BirdLife International's Sue Patterson on the great spotted woodpecker.
Tweet of the Day: YOLOBirder on the Peregrine Falcon - Not available till 5:00am on Wed 18th(GMT) - Birdwatching's irreverent Tweeter YOLOBirder tells how he became hooked on peregrines.
Tweet of the Day: YOLOBirder on the Redwing - Birdwatching's irreverent Tweeter YOLOBirder recalls rescuing redwings struggling in snow.
Tweet of the Day: YOLOBirder on the Waxwing - Birdwatching's irreverent commentator YOLOBirder on his love of hipster-quiffed waxwings.
Westminster Hour: 15/10/2017 - Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Why I Changed My Mind: Series 3: Lord Carey - Not available till 8:00pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Former archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey explains his change of mind on assisted dying.
Woman's Hour: 17/10/2017 - Not available till 9:45am on Tue 17th(GMT) - Hillary Clinton gives her verdict on why she lost the USA presidential election.
Woman's Hour: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 9:41am on Wed 18th(GMT) - Programme that offers a female perspective on the world.
Woman's Hour: 50th Anniversary of Hair the Musical - Hair the musical, victim blaming, Claudia Rankine and Salmon netting.
Woman's Hour: Charlotte Gainsbourg, Dyslexia, Rise in Child-on-Child Sexual Assault - Actress and singer Charlotte Gainsbourg talks about her new album, life and loss.
Woman's Hour: Consent classes, Wonder Woman, Period positive - What are we teaching our children about sexual consent?
Woman's Hour: Jessie Ware, Lesley Sharp, BBC 100 Women - Jessie Ware talks about how becoming a mother has influenced her music.
Woman's Hour: Peggy Seeger, Fertility MOTs, Tyneside, Telephonists - First Time Ever; social isolation; are fertility tests a waste of money? Fishing.
Woman's Hour: Weekend Woman's Hour: The American folksinger Peggy Seeger - Peggy Seeger on her memoir First Time Ever.
Word of Mouth: Language and Our Genes with Dr Steve Jones - Not available till 3:30pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Michael Rosen talks to Steve Jones about language and our genes.
Word of Mouth: Wild Words - Robert Macfarlane tells Michael Rosen about his 'word-hoard' of endangered nature words.
Word of Mouth: Wild Words - Robert Macfarlane tells Michael Rosen about his 'word-hoard' of endangered nature words.
World at One: 10/10/2017 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 11/10/2017 - News with Edward Stourton including Weinstein reaction and Brexit budget debate.
World at One: 12/10/2017 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 13/10/2017 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 16/10/2017 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 17/10/2017 - Not available till 12:45pm on Tue 17th(GMT) - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 12:45pm on Wed 18th(GMT) - Analysis of news and current affairs.
Yesterday in Parliament: 10/10/2017 - Susan Hulme reports from Westminster as Theresa May updates MPs on Brexit negotiations.
Yesterday in Parliament: 11/10/2017 - Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
Yesterday in Parliament: 12/10/2017 - Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
Yesterday in Parliament: 13/10/2017 - Questions continue on funding for a 'no deal' Brexit.
Yesterday in Parliament: 14/10/2017 - News from Westminster.
Yesterday in Parliament: 17/10/2017 - Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
Yesterday in Parliament: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 8:00am on Wed 18th(GMT) - Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
You and Yours: 18/10/2017 - Not available till 11:57am on Wed 18th(GMT) - Consumer affairs programme.
You and Yours: Call You and Yours: How have the government's pension freedoms worked for you? - How have the government's pension freedoms worked for you?
You and Yours: Call You and Yours: What's happened to house prices where you live? - Not available till 11:57am on Tue 17th(GMT) - Winifred Robinson presents a phone-in on house prices.
You and Yours: Chocolate, Disability benefits, Gambling adverts - Disabled people are recording benefit assessments to make sure their reports are accurate.
You and Yours: Energy cap, Debt advice, Pet costs - Energy cap, Debt advice, Cost of keeping pets.
You and Yours: Wind power, Fan power, Parental power - What to do with extra energy, limiting the internet and snubbed football fans at Christmas
You and Yours: Younger people in debt, Ikea hacks - Winifred Robinson looks at debt among younger people and the trend of Ikea hacking.
iPM: I worry Catalonia will leave - In Spain, listener and former holiday rep Stuart discusses Catalan independence.