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15 Minute Drama: Not a Love Story: Episode 1 - Maddie publicly identifies the man who raped her but soon regrets involving the police.
15 Minute Drama: Not a Love Story: Episode 2 - Naively, Maddie hopes for the quick conviction of her attacker.
15 Minute Drama: Not a Love Story: Episode 3 - Maddie begins to regret having involved the police in the rape case.
15 Minute Drama: Not a Love Story: Episode 4 - Maddie's decision to identify her rapist divides her friends.
15 Minute Drama: Not a Love Story: Episode 5 - The rapist's tear-stricken testimony makes an impression on an already credulous jury.
15 Minute Drama: The Citadel: Episode 1 - AJ Cronin's groundbreaking novel about life before the NHS.
15 Minute Drama: The Citadel: Episode 2 - Manson and Denny deal with an outbreak of typhoid. Denny is convinced he knows the cause.
15 Minute Drama: The Citadel: Episode 3 - Denny tries to persuade Manson to go along with his plans to tackle the epidemic's source.
15 Minute Drama: The Citadel: Episode 4 - Denny persuades Manson to take action to rid Drineffy of the source of its typhoid problem
15 Minute Drama: The Citadel: Episode 5 - Can Denny and Manson extricate themselves from a scandal that will ruin their careers?
A Point of View: The Assault on Reason - Zia Haider Rahman argues that reason itself is under assault in this 'post-truth' world.
A Point of View: The Novelist's Complicity - Zia Haider Rahman reflects on the demise of the literary novel.
All in the Mind: Intuition, All in the Mind Awards, Transcranial direct current stimulation, Think Ahead - Intuition, All in the Mind Awards and transcranial direct current stimulation.
All in the Mind: Intuition, All in the Mind Awards, Transcranial direct current stimulation, Think Ahead - Intuition, All in the Mind Awards and transcranial direct current stimulation.
An Investigation into Love by Babcock and Wainwright - The arrival of a particular white mouse causes romantic chaos in a research laboratory.
Any Answers?: Brexit & Immigration - Listeners have their say on the issues discussed on Any Questions?
Any Answers?: Brexit and Universal Credit - Listeners have their say on the issues discussed on Any Questions?
Any Questions?: Alex Deane, David Gauke MP, Gina Miller, Baroness Smith - Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Coventry Cathedral.
Any Questions?: Shami Chakrabarti, Brandon Lewis MP, Laura Perrins, Sir Nigel Sheinwald - Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate from Rowhedge Village Hall, Essex.
Any Questions?: Shami Chakrabarti, Brandon Lewis MP, Laura Perrins, Sir Nigel Sheinwald - Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate from Rowhedge Village Hall, Essex.
Archive on 4: British Jews, Right and Left - Jo Coburn explores the changing political affiliations of British Jews and their salience.
Archive on 4: Return of the Anglosphere - Not available till 9:00pm on Sat 16th(GMT) - Post-Brexit, could the 'English-speaking world' work together? Jonathan Powell presents.
BBC Inside Science: The Future of Coral Reefs, Little Foot, Arthur C Clarke - Adam Rutherford considers the future of coral reefs and the visions of Arthur C Clarke.
BBC Inside Science: The Future of Coral Reefs, Little Foot, Arthur C Clarke - Adam Rutherford considers the future of coral reefs and the visions of Arthur C Clarke.
Balfour's Promised Land - David Reynolds explores the creation of the Balfour Declaration in the context of 1917.
Bells on Sunday: Church of St Andrew, Stratton in North Cornwall - Church bells from the Church of St Andrew, Stratton, in North Cornwall.
Bells on Sunday: Church of St Andrew, Stratton in North Cornwall - Church bells from the Church of St Andrew, Stratton, in North Cornwall.
Bells on Sunday: St Eadburgha, Ebrington in Gloucestershire - Not available till 12:48am on Mon 18th(GMT) - Church bells from St Eadburgha in Ebrington, Gloucestershire.
Beyond Belief: The Good Samaritan - Ernie Rea in conversation with guests about the place of faith in today's complex world.
Book at Bedtime: Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine: A Red-Letter Day - After helping an old man in the street, Eleanor finds her life changing in unexpected ways
Book at Bedtime: Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine: A Small Steady Candle - Eleanor is in a social whirl - first a hospital visit and now a party. Whatever next?
Book at Bedtime: Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine: Accessories Maketh the Woman. - With the Man of her Dream's gig nearing, Eleanor indulges in some urgent pampering.
Book at Bedtime: Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine: Mummy Time - Eleanor has met the man of her dreams but does she dare tell Mummy?
Book at Bedtime: Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine: Sole Survivor - Eleanor's simple, completely fine life is about to change.
Book of the Week: Letters from South Africa: Episode 2 - Writer Mark Gevisser's letter from South Africa broadcast in the week of the ANC elections
Book of the Week: Letters from South Africa: Johannesburg - Five letters from South African writers about life there in the week of the ANC elections.
Book of the Week: Letters from South Africa: Shosholoza: The Train that Keeps Moving - Writer Panashe Chigumadzi's letter from South Africa in the week of the ANC elections.
Book of the Week: Letters from South Africa: Strangers - Writer Bongani Kona begins five letters from South Africa in the week of the ANC elections
Book of the Week: Letters from South Africa: This Is What a Country Looks Like When it Is Collapsing - Author Lidudumalingani Mqombothi on life in South Africa during the week of ANC elections.
Broadcasting House: 10/12/2017 - Sunday morning magazine programme. Presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Cooking in a Bedsitter: Series 2: Veiled Country Lass - Trisha makes a special pudding for her first visit to Robert's parents' house.
Crossing Continents: Daphne and the Two Maltas - A brutal killing, an unsolved murder and the divided island of Malta.
Crossing Continents: The Lost Children of Isis - Searching for the captive children still lost after the retreat of so-called Islamic State
Daily Service: 15/12/2017 - Spiritual reflection and prayers on a topical subject led by Canon Edwin Counsell.
Daily Service: Hope for Freedom - A Promise Fulfilled - Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music.
Daily Service: Hope for Freedom - Freedom Restored - Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by the Rev Dr Sam Wells.
Daily Service: Hope for Freedom - Rejoice Greatly - Christian worship with a reading, prayer and music, led by the Rev Sharon Grenham-Thompson
Daily Service: Hope for Freedom - The Year of the Lord's Favour - Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by Alexander Douglas.
Desert Island Discs: Christine McVie - Not available till 12:00pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Christine McVie, musician, is interviewed by Kirsty Young for Desert Island Discs.
Desert Island Discs: Kelsey Grammer - Kelsey Grammer, star of Frasier, is interviewed by Kirsty Young.
Don't Log Off: Series 8: Exile - Alan Dein connects with strangers around the world, each with a story of exile.
Don't Log Off: Series 8: The Consolations of Art - Alan Dein connects with strangers around the world to hear how art has changed their lives
Drama: Do Not Go Gentle - Josey may be facing her last days on earth, but she will go down fighting and laughing.
Drama: John Osborne's Luther - A new production marking the 500-year anniversary of the Wittenberg theses.
Drama: Original Death Rabbit - By Rose Heiney. A dark, funny tale of narcissism, mental health and internet addiction.
Drama: Single Beds - A seriously funny comedy about prejudice, vintage cars and taxidermy. By Colin Hough.
Drama: The AntiSocial Network - A ski resort in the Carpathian Mountains is home to an internet election-rigging gang.
Drama: The Penny Dreadfuls Present: The Curse of the Beagle - A comedic exploration of a young Charles Darwin's adventures aboard the HMS Beagle.
Drama: The Scarlet Pimpernel: Episode 1 - Not available till 10:00pm on Sat 16th(GMT) - James Purefoy stars as Sir Percy Blakeney in this adaptation of Baroness Orczy's classic.
Drama: The Scarlet Pimpernel: Episode 1 - James Purefoy stars as Sir Percy Blakeney in this adaptation of Baroness Orczy's classic.
Drama: The Scarlet Pimpernel: Episode 2 - Not available till 4:02pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - James Purefoy stars as Sir Percy Blakeney in this adaptation of Baroness Orczy's classic.
Drama: The Toffee Tip - A semi-autobiographical childhood adventure-comedy, written and directed by Johnny Vegas.
Encounters: Landlords and Tenants - Landlords and tenants: who holds the power?
Farming Today: Brexit phase one, Scottish forest school, Brassicas - What does the first phase of Brexit plans mean for British farmers?
Farming Today: Farming Today This Week: Rural Healthcare - Charlotte Smith visits a GP surgery in Somerset to find out about rural healthcare.
Farming Today: Fishing legislation, Mountain rescue technology, Brassica disease test, Cooking sprouts - What do the latest plans for post-Brexit UK/EU 'alignment' mean for British fishermen?
Farming Today: Neonics, Cauliflowers, Sustainable farming study - What might a future without neonicotinoid insecticides look like for farmers?
Feedback: 08/12/2017 - Roger Bolton hears the views of one listener on iPM's interview with a sex offender.
Feedback: 15/12/2017 - Roger Bolton speaks to the BBC's Editor of Voice about changes in the way we listen.
Feedback: 15/12/2017 - Not available till 8:30pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Roger Bolton speaks to the BBC's Editor of Voice about changes in the way we listen.
From Our Own Correspondent: Losing Its Sparkle - What next for the ANC as its charismatic and divisive leader Jacob Zuma departs?
From Our Own Correspondent: Turf Wars - Hindu nationalism in India, making money in war-torn Yemen and family drama in Uzbekistan.
Front Row: Christmas TV, Theatre from the Calais Jungle, Protecting live music. - Staying in or going out? Festive TV reviewed. And how live music venues could be protected
Front Row: Emily Wilson, The art of literary translation, The Hayward Gallery reopening - Emily Wilson, the art of literary translation, the Hayward Gallery reopening.
Front Row: Emma Rice, John Boyega, Laura Ingalls Wilder - Theatre director Emma Rice discusses her final production at Shakespeare's Globe.
Front Row: Kazuo Ishiguro - The winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature talks to John Wilson.
Front Row: The Bette Davis/Joan Crawford Feud, The Twilight Zone, A Snow Poem - The Bette Davis/Joan Crawford Feud series, The Twilight Zone on stage and a snow poem.
Gardeners' Question Time: Hamble Valley - Not available till 2:45pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Peter Gibbs presents the horticultural panel show from the Hamble Valley, Hampshire.
Gardeners' Question Time: Hamble Valley - Peter Gibbs presents the horticultural panel show from the Hamble Valley, Hampshire.
Gardeners' Question Time: Welton-by-Lincoln - Eric Robson and his panel answer audience questions in Welton-by-Lincoln.
Great Lives: Series 44: Cornelia Parker on Marcel Duchamp - Marcel Duchamp, father of conceptual art, is fellow artist Cornelia Parker's great life.
Great Lives: Series 44: Cornelia Parker on Marcel Duchamp - Marcel Duchamp, father of conceptual art, is fellow artist Cornelia Parker's great life.
Grenfell: Dust on Our Lips - Not available till 5:40pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Views on the future of Grenfell Tower, from those living under its shadow.
Grenfell: Dust on Our Lips - Views on the future of Grenfell Tower, from those living under its shadow.
Home Front - Omnibus: 11-15 December 1917 - Epic drama series set in Great War Britain.
Home Front: 11 December 1917 - Marion Wardle - Epic drama series set in Great War Britain.
Home Front: 12 December 1917 - Iris Reed - In Tynemouth, Iris Reed is ambushed when she least expects it.
Home Front: 13 December 1917 - Fraser Chadwick - In North Shields, Fraser Chadwick feels like the least popular man in the world.
Home Front: 14 December 1917 - Johnnie Marshall - In Tynemouth, Johnnie veers dangerously near defeat.
Home Front: 15 December 1917 - Dilys Walker - Dilys arrives in Tynemouth on a peace-brokering mission.
I Was...: Series 4: I Was Johnny Cash's Tailor - Andrew McGibbon talks to Manuel Cuevas, who created Johnny Cash's black suits.
I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue: Series 68: Episode 4 - Jack Dee, Barry Cryer and Tim Brooke-Taylor are joined by Tony Hawks and Andy Hamilton.
I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue: Series 68: Episode 5 - Not available till 12:32pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - 68th series of the multi-award-winning comedy panel game chaired by Jack Dee.
I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue: Series 68: Episode 5 - 68th series of the multi-award-winning comedy panel game chaired by Jack Dee.
In Business: Ryanair - a change of direction? - Not available till 10:00pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - In September Ryanair was in crisis. Has this forced the company to change direction?
In Business: Ryanair - a change of direction? - In September Ryanair was in crisis. Has this forced the company to change direction?
In Business: US jobs: The ties that bind - Why are so many US workers forced into job contracts that make it hard to leave?
In Our Time: Thomas Becket - Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the life, murder and impact of Thomas Becket (c 1118-1170)
In Touch: Audio description for adverts, Employment - Would you like TV adverts audio described?
It's a Fair Cop: Series 2: Harassment - Alfie Moore takes the audience through a case he handled involving harassment.
Jeeves Live: Series 3: Jeeves and the Yule-Tide Spirit - Not available till 7:45pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Martin Jarvis performs Jeeves and the Yule-Tide Spirit by PG Wodehouse.
Jeeves Live: Series 3: The Aunt and the Sluggard - Martin Jarvis performs The Aunt and the Sluggard by PG Wodehouse for a live audience.
Jeremy Hardy Feels It: Series 1: Jeremy Hardy Feels... Happy - Jeremy returns with a new series that not only seconds that emotion, but explains it too.
Joseph Morpurgo's Walking Tour: Series 1: Dante's House - Joseph Morpurgo presents an immersive audio tour of Dante's greatest work, The Inferno.
Last Word: King Michael of Romania, Shashi Kapoor, Christine Keeler, Jenny MacGregor, Johnny Hallyday - Matthew Bannister on a king, an actor, a model, a horse rescuer and a singer.
Last Word: Max Clifford, Norman Baker, Tony Garrett, Virginia Surtees, Keith Chegwin - Not available till 9:00pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Matthew Bannister on a publicist, an adventurer, a businessman and a TV presenter.
Last Word: Max Clifford, Norman Baker, Tony Garrett, Virginia Surtees, Keith Chegwin - Matthew Bannister on a publicist, an adventurer, a businessman and a TV presenter.
Life on Egg: Series 1: Inspection - Harry Hill has his work cut out when inspectors arrive to rate his prison, the Egg.
Loose Ends: Al Murray, Ellie Kendrick, Spencer Jones, Dave, The Surfing Magazines, Emma Freud, Clive Anderson - Not available till 7:00pm on Sat 16th(GMT) - Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
Loose Ends: Denis Lawson, Paulette Randall, Hossein Amini, Michael Buffong. Tricky, Jazz Morley, Sara Cox, Clive Anderson - Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
Mark Steel - Who Do I Think I Am? - Mark Steel brings his critically acclaimed live show to Radio 4.
Mark Steel's in Town: Series 8: Matlock and Matlock Bath - Mark Steel visits the Derbyshire town of Matlock Bath and performs for the locals.
Mastertapes: Series 7: Jimmy Webb (A-side) - Jimmy Webb talks to John Wilson about writing and performing during the 1960s and 70s.
Mastertapes: Series 7: Jimmy Webb (B-side) - The legendary Jimmy Webb responds to audience questions about his song-writing career.
Midnight News: 10/12/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 11/12/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 12/12/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 13/12/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 14/12/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 15/12/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 16/12/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 17/12/2017 - Not available till 12:30am on Sun 17th(GMT) - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 18/12/2017 - Not available till 12:15am on Mon 18th(GMT) - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Miss Marple's Final Cases: Sanctuary - The last words of a dying man provide the clues to unlock an unsolved crime.
Money Box: A car finance warning for drivers - How PCP deals could be hit by rising new car prices.
Money Box: A car finance warning for drivers - How PCP deals could be hit by rising new car prices.
Money Box: British steel pension member - Have I made the worst decision of my life? - Not available till 9:26pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Concern over advice to British Steel Pension Scheme members.
Money Box: British steel pension member - Have I made the worst decision of my life? - Concern over advice to British Steel Pension Scheme members.
Money Box: Money Box Live: Will you join the open banking revolution? - Are you ready for open banking? If not, Louise Cooper and guests explain the basics.
Money Box: Money Box Live: Will you join the open banking revolution? - Are you ready for open banking? If not, Louise Cooper and guests explain the basics.
Moral Maze: The Morality of 2017 - Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Mysteries of Sleep: Series 1: Dreaming - What happens when signals in the brain misfire and dreams become terrifying nightmares?
Mysteries of Sleep: Series 1: Sleepwalking - Bizarre bedtime behaviours that include a woman who rides her motorbike while asleep.
News Briefing: 10/12/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 11/12/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 12/12/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 13/12/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Headlines: 10/12/2017 - The latest national and international news.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 09/12/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 10/12/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 11/12/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 12/12/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 13/12/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 14/12/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 15/12/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 16/12/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 17/12/2017 - Not available till 12:04pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News and Papers: 09/12/2017 - The latest news headlines. Including the weather and a look at the papers.
News and Papers: 10/12/2017 - The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
News and Papers: 10/12/2017 - The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
News and Weather: 09/12/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
News and Weather: 16/12/2017 - Not available till 10:15pm on Sat 16th(GMT) - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
News: 09/12/2017 - The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
News: 16/12/2017 - The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
No Smoke - Hardeep Singh Kohli and Maddy Anholt's comedy drama about an ailing vape cafe in Dundee.
No Triumph, No Tragedy: 17/12/2017 - Not available till 2:00pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Peter White meets disabled people who talk about motivation and their achievements to date
No Triumph, No Tragedy: Cyrus Habib - Peter White meets US lieutenant governor Cyrus Habib, who lost his eyesight at eight.
On Your Farm: A Farming Christmas - Charlotte Smith visits a Christmas farmers' fair at Sedgemoor Auction Centre.
One to One: Sian Harries: Should I want children? - Comedy writer Sian Harries and Isy Suttie explore ambivalence to motherhood.
Only Artists: Series 3: Jonathan Yeo and William Orbit - Painter Jonathan Yeo meets music producer William Orbit.
Only Artists: Series 3: Jonathan Yeo and William Orbit - Painter Jonathan Yeo meets music producer William Orbit.
Open Book: 17/12/2017 - Not available till 4:30pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Literary Christmas gifts and crowd-funded publishing.
Open Book: Lionel Shriver - Lionel Shriver talks to Mariella Frostrup about her new book The Standing Chandelier.
Open Book: Lionel Shriver - Lionel Shriver talks to Mariella Frostrup about her new book The Standing Chandelier.
Open Country: Red Squirrels in Formby - Helen Mark is in Formby, a place that is regarded as a haven for the native red squirrel.
Open Country: Rewilding at Knepp Castle - Helen Mark explores the wilderness at Knepp Castle and asks if it is really working.
PM: 11/12/2017 - Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: 12/12/2017 - Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
PM: 13/12/2017 - Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: 14/12/2017 - Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
PM: 15/12/2017 - Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: Saturday PM - Full coverage of the day's news.
PM: Saturday PM - Full coverage of the day's news.
Pick of the Week: John Waite - Not available till 7:00pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - John Waite chooses his BBC Radio highlights.
Pick of the Week: Sheila McClennon - Sheila McClennon chooses her BBC Radio highlights.
Prayer for the Day: 11/12/2017 - Spiritual comment and prayer with Jasvir Singh, co-chair of the Faiths Forum for London.
Prayer for the Day: 12/12/2017 - Spiritual comment and prayer with Jasvir Singh, co-chair of the Faiths Forum for London.
Prayer for the Day: 13/12/2017 - Spiritual comment and prayer with Jasvir Singh, co-chair of the Faiths Forum for London.
Profile: Lin-Manuel Miranda - Not available till 7:15pm on Sat 16th(GMT) - Lin-Manuel Miranda, of award-winning hip-hop musical Hamilton.
Profile: Lin-Manuel Miranda - Not available till 5:54pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Lin-Manuel Miranda, of award-winning hip-hop musical Hamilton.
Profile: The Winklevoss Brothers - The 'Bitcoin billionaires' and Olympic rowers, the Winklevoss twins.
Profile: The Winklevoss Brothers - The 'Bitcoin billionaires' and Olympic rowers, the Winklevoss twins.
Profile: The Winklevoss Brothers - The 'Bitcoin billionaires' and Olympic rowers, the Winklevoss twins.
Radio 4 Appeal: First Story - Not available till 9:30pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Robert Webb makes the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of First Story.
Radio 4 Appeal: Motivation - Ade Adepitan makes the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of Motivation.
Radio 4 Appeal: Motivation - Ade Adepitan makes the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of Motivation.
Radio 4 Appeal: Motivation - Ade Adepitan makes the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of Motivation.
Rocky Hard Place - Moulid Hujale on life in Dadaab, one of the world's largest refugee camps.
Round Britain Quiz: Programme 4, 2017-18 - Tom Sutcliffe chairs the game of lateral thinking and cryptic connections.
Round Britain Quiz: Programme 5, 2017-18 - Tom Sutcliffe chairs the game of lateral thinking and cryptic connections.
Round Britain Quiz: Programme 5, 2017-18 - Not available till 11:30pm on Sat 16th(GMT) - Tom Sutcliffe chairs the game of lateral thinking and cryptic connections.
Saturday Live: Tim Peake - Aasmah Mir and Suzy Klein meet astronaut Tim Peake.
Saturday Review: Crooked House, League of Gentlemen, Twilight Zone, From Life, The Odyssey - Not available till 8:00pm on Sat 16th(GMT) - A review of the week's cultural highlights.
Saturday Review: Menashe, Parliament Square, Carmen Maria Machado, Winnie The Pooh, Marvelous Mrs Maisel - Menashe, Parliament Square, Carmen Maria Machado, Winnie The Pooh and Marvelous Mrs Maisel
Science Stories: Series 6: How Humphry Davy discovered laughing gas - Naomi Alderman describes how Humphry Davy discovered laughing gas.
Shipping Forecast: 09/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 10/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 10/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 10/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 11/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 11/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 11/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 12/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 12/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 12/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 13/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 13/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 13/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 14/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 14/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 15/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 15/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 16/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 16/12/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 17/12/2017 - Not available till 1:00am on Sun 17th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 17/12/2017 - Not available till 5:57pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 18/12/2017 - Not available till 1:00am on Mon 18th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Short Cuts: Series 14: Libraries - Josie Long explores the way our collections and accidental archives define us.
Short Works: Series 1: Granny Flat - By Cameron Raynes. Dan's son is leaving, but might his dad take over the flat?
Short Works: Series 1: Granny Flat - Not available till 12:48am on Sun 17th(GMT) - By Cameron Raynes. Dan's son is leaving, but might his dad take over the flat?
Six O'Clock News: 09/12/17 Boris Johnson holds talk in Iran - Boris Johnson has held "frank" talks in Iran about a jailed British Iranian woman.
Six O'Clock News: 10/12/2017 Snow brings travel disruption to parts of the UK - Freezing conditions are forecast overnight bringing the possibility of further problems
Six O'Clock News: 11/12/17 New hope for Huntington's Disease Sufferers - Potential breakthrough for treating Huntington's Disease, Four injured in New York bomb.
Six O'Clock News: 12/12/17 Inflation has hit its highest level for nearly six years - Food, fuel and transport costs drove inflation to its highest rate since March 2012.
Six O'Clock News: 13/12/17 May faces crucial vote on Brexit - May faces crucial vote on Brexit
Six O'Clock News: 16/12/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Six O'Clock News: 17/12/2017 - Not available till 6:15pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Six O'Clock News: Disney is to buy 21st Century Fox from Rupert Murdoch for 39 billion pounds, in one of the biggest media deals in history. - Disney is to buy 21st Century Fox from Rupert Murdoch for 39 billion pounds.
Six O'Clock News: Scotland Yard has ordered an urgent review after a rape trial collapsed. - Lawyers say the case isn't unusual - and blame cuts in funding to the police and CPS..
Snapshots: Series 1: Joanne Coates aboard the Happy Hooker - Following Joanne Coates as she photographs fishermen Annie and Ian Gilbert.
Something Understood: Having Enough - Not available till 12:00am on Mon 18th(GMT) - Rabbi Shoshana Boyd Gelfand examines the prevalent feeling of not having enough.
Something Understood: Popularity - Mark Tully navigates the choppy waters of personal and professional popularity.
Something Understood: Popularity - Mark Tully navigates the choppy waters of personal and professional popularity.
Start the Week: The power and beauty of objects. - Jessie Burton, Jonathan Haskel, Marion Rankine and Andrew Nahum with Tom Sutcliffe.
Start the Week: The power and beauty of objects. - Jessie Burton, Jonathan Haskel, Marion Rankine and Andrew Nahum with Tom Sutcliffe.
Sunday Worship: Hope of Freedom - The Rev Hugh Palmer preaches in this second in Radio 4's Advent series Longing for Hope.
Sunday: Trump, Jerusalem and the Evangelicals; Thomas Keneally; Muslim pantomime - Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme presented by Edward Stourton.
Susan Calman - Keep Calman Carry On: Series 2: Festivals - Susan Calman tries to learn how to unwind, by visiting a music festival with Robin Ince.
The Archers Omnibus: 10/12/2017 - Pip comes to a life-changing decision, and Lilian finally faces the truth.
The Archers Omnibus: 17/12/2017 - Not available till 11:15am on Sun 17th(GMT) - Pip is torn, and Alan reaches the end of his tether.
The Archers: 10/12/2017 - Lilian comes to a heartbreaking realisation.
The Archers: 10/12/2017 - Lilian comes to a heartbreaking realisation.
The Archers: 11/12/2017 - Alan reaches the end of his tether.
The Archers: 11/12/2017 - Alan reaches the end of his tether.
The Archers: 12/12/2017 - There's a surprise in store for Elizabeth.
The Archers: 12/12/2017 - There's a surprise in store for Elizabeth.
The Archers: 13/12/2017 - Kirsty attempts to save the day.
The Archers: 13/12/2017 - Kirsty attempts to save the day.
The Archers: 14/12/2017 - Jennifer plays matchmaker.
The Archers: 14/12/2017 - Jennifer plays matchmaker.
The Archers: 15/12/2017 - Pip is torn.
The Archers: 17/12/2017 - Not available till 7:15pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Toby's life is changed forever.
The Art of Living: Listening without Ears - How do people with hearing loss engage with music? Eloise Garland tackles assumptions.
The Art of Living: Listening without Ears - How do people with hearing loss engage with music? Eloise Garland tackles assumptions.
The Briefing Room: What's Russia up to? - What do we really know about Russian 'meddling' in Western democracy?
The Echo Chamber: Series 10: Andrew Motion - Paul Farley hears Andrew Motion read from a new poem about his parents: Essex Clay.
The Echo Chamber: Series 10: Darkness Visible - Not available till 5:00pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Paul Farley is in the dark, with poets Kayo Chingonyi, Emily Berry and George Szirtes.
The Echo Chamber: Series 10: Ocean Vuong and Mark Pajak - Paul Farley meets poets Ocean Vuong and Mark Pajak.
The Echo Chamber: Series 10: Ocean Vuong and Mark Pajak - Not available till 12:00am on Sun 17th(GMT) - Paul Farley meets poets Ocean Vuong and Mark Pajak.
The Film Programme: Ai Weiwei - Ai Weiwei.
The Film Programme: Star Wars: The Last Jedi - Adam Rutherford joins Francine Stock to assess the latest instalment in the Star Wars saga
The Film Programme: Star Wars: The Last Jedi - Not available till 11:30pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Adam Rutherford joins Francine Stock to assess the latest instalment in the Star Wars saga
The Food Programme: Crisps - Sheila Dillon explores our national passion for crisps.
The Food Programme: Crisps - Sheila Dillon explores our national passion for crisps.
The Food Programme: The World's Most Popular Cheese: The Story of Cheddar - Not available till 12:57pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Dan Saladino on the past, present and future of the world's most popular cheese, cheddar.
The Listening Project: Catherine and Moira - Positively Positive - You have to make the best of the time you have.
The Listening Project: Maja and Eleanor- Getting Help - You can't wait for help with addiction.
The Listening Project: Matt and John - Lifelong Impact - You know you're getting better when you hear yourself laugh again.
The Listening Project: Omnibus - In Recovery - Not available till 3:00pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Recovery from PTSD, addiction and everyday life.
The Listening Project: Omnibus - Why We Choose the Jobs We Do - Life experience can direct our career path.
The Long View: Catalonia and Cornwall - Jonathan Freedland looks at past events which shed light on present-day controversies.
The Long View: Catalonia and Cornwall - Jonathan Freedland looks at past events which shed light on present-day controversies.
The Media Show: End of the Age of Murdoch? - The entertainment assets of 21st Century Fox are rumoured to be up for sale.
The Now Show: Series 51: Episode 6 - Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis with Angela Barnes, Fern Brady and Graham Fellows.
The Now Show: Series 51: Episode 7 - Steve Punt, Hugh Dennis and guests recap the week in news through stand-up and sketches.
The Now Show: Series 51: Episode 7 - Steve Punt, Hugh Dennis and guests recap the week in news through stand-up and sketches.
The Reservoir Tapes: Series 1: Ian's Story - A former quarry worker ponders the dangers of the local landscape. Read by Neil Dudgeon.
The Reservoir Tapes: Series 1: Irene's Story - Not available till 8:00pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - A local cleaner remembers an unexpected visitor. Read by Jacqueline Redgewell.
The Unconscious Life of Bombs - Daniel Pick traces how aerial bombardment has made the unconscious mind a field of battle.
The Unconscious Life of Bombs - Daniel Pick traces how aerial bombardment has made the unconscious mind a field of battle.
The Untold: Zero Hour Hero? - Jonathan's app could be a lifeline for jobseekers in the gig economy. Can it succeed?
The Week in Westminster: 09/12/2017 - Anushka Asthana of The Guardian looks behind the scenes at Westminster.
The Week in Westminster: 16/12/2017 - Jim Waterson of BuzzFeed looks behind the scenes at Westminster.
The World This Weekend: 10/12/2017 - Global news and analysis.
The World This Weekend: 17/12/2017 - Not available till 1:30pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Global news and analysis.
The World Tonight: Australia responds to landmark child sex abuse inquiry - Archbishop Denis Hart rejects the call for priests to end the secrecy of confession.
The World Tonight: EU summit split on migrant policy - In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
The World Tonight: Investors Turn Against 'Humanity's Doom' Fossil Fuels - Multinationals and World Bank announce fossil fuel divestment at Paris climate conference.
The World Tonight: May: 'new sense of optimism in EU talks' - A new sense of optimism, but the PM insists the UK will not pay if there is no trade deal.
The World Tonight: The government loses a key Brexit vote - 11 Conservatives rebel, as MPs back changes to the EU Withdrawal Bill.
Thinking Allowed: The New Economy - Finding work in the new economy and the death of homo economicus.
Thinking Allowed: The Trojan Horse Affair - Religion in schools - Laurie Taylor asks if there was an attempt to Islamicise schools in Birmingham.
Thinking Allowed: The Trojan Horse Affair - Religion in schools - Not available till 12:45am on Mon 18th(GMT) - Laurie Taylor asks if there was an attempt to Islamicise schools in Birmingham.
Thinking Outside the Boxset: How Technology Changed the Story: Series 1: Episode 1 - Mark Lawson on the ways modern technology shapes the way we tell and consume stories.
Today in Parliament: 11/12/2017 - Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
Today in Parliament: 12/12/2017 - Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
Today in Parliament: 13/12/2017 - Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
Today in Parliament: 14/12/2017 - Sean Curran reports from Westminster - the day after the government defeat on the EU bill.
Today in Parliament: 15/12/2017 - Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster as peers debate private members bills.
Today: 09/12/2017 - Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 11/12/2017 - News and current affairs. Includes Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 12/12/2017 - Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 12/12/2017 - Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 13/12/2017 - Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 13/12/2017 - Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Tweet of the Day: Fyfe Dangerfield on the Bluethroat - For musician Fyfe Dangerfield, seeing a rare bird is like seeing a celebrity on the street
Tweet of the Day: Fyfe Dangerfield on the Golden Oriole - Musician Fyfe Dangerfield recalls the joy of hearing then seeing a golden oriole in France
Tweet of the Day: Fyfe Dangerfield on the Grey Heron - For Fyfe Dangerfield, the prehistoric sight and sound of the grey heron is a big leveller.
Tweet of the Day: Greta Scacchi on the Goldfinch - Actress Greta Scacchi compares the birds she knew in Australia with those in London.
Voices of the First World War: Out of It - William Towers, seriously injured at Passchendaele, describes his remarkable journey home.
Voices of the First World War: Passchendaele: John Palmer - Dan Snow presents the story of WWI through the voices of those who were there.
Voices of the First World War: The Battle of Cambrai - The beginning of the Battle of Cambrai from the point of view of members of the Tank Corps
Voices of the First World War: Third Ypres - Conditions - Veterans of the darkest days of the war recall the horror of the Third Battle of Ypres.
Voices of the First World War: Towards Passchendaele - Dan Snow maps the slow progress of the British towards Passchendaele in the autumn of 1917
We Need to Talk About Death: Series 2: Give My Body to Science - Not available till 11:00pm on Sat 16th(GMT) - Joan Bakewell and her panel explore what happens when you donate your body to science.
We Need to Talk About Death: Series 2: Give My Body to Science - Joan Bakewell and her panel explore what happens when you donate your body to science.
Welcome to Wherever You Are: Series 1: Episode 3 - Comedy from Auckland, Bahrain and New York, hosted by Andrew Maxwell in London.
Westminster Hour: 10/12/2017 - Carolyn Quinn and guests discuss the latest developments and the week ahead in politics.
Westminster Hour: 17/12/2017 - Not available till 11:00pm on Sun 17th(GMT) - Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Why I Changed My Mind: Series 3: Lord Carey - Former archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey explains his change of mind on assisted dying.
Woman's Hour: Addiction, Nina Stibbe, Outsourcing parenting, Russian heroines - Women and addiction, Nina Stibbe on Christmas, Outsourcing parenting, Russian heroines.
Woman's Hour: Bump, Birth and Beyond, Sexual Harassment, Men's Fashion - We discuss pregnancy, birth and expectations with our new Woman's Hour baby group.
Woman's Hour: Nigel Slater and Dark Chocolate Spice Cake, Teenage Parties, Sophie Scott; - Nigel Slater's Christmas, abortion pills, Sophie Scott, and teenage parties.
Woman's Hour: Poet and writer Nan Shepherd; The Fix: Women and Addiction; Siblings and their partners. - Women's Hour examines what inspired the work of poet Nan Shepherd.
Woman's Hour: Rohingya women, Celebrating real-life role models, Being ambivalent about having children - What future for Rohingya women and children in Bangladesh's refugee camps?
Woman's Hour: Weekend Woman's Hour: Christine Keeler, Nursing, Women and Comedy, Vanessa Kirby - The life of Christine Keeler. What's wrong with nursing?
Woman's Hour: Weekend Woman's Hour: Nigel Slater, Sexual harassment, Celebrating real-life role models - Nigel Slater on his Christmas memories and dark chocolate spice cake.
World at One: 11/12/2017 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 12/12/2017 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 13/12/2017 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 14/12/2017 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 15/12/2017 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
Yesterday in Parliament: 09/12/2017 - Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster.
Yesterday in Parliament: 12/12/2017 - Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
Yesterday in Parliament: 13/12/2017 - Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
Yesterday in Parliament: 14/12/2017 - Sean Curran reports as the government suffers a defeat in a key vote on its Brexit bill.
Yesterday in Parliament: 15/12/2017 - Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
Yesterday in Parliament: 16/12/2017 - Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster as the House of Lords debates Private Members Bills.
You and Yours: Call You and Yours: Was a degree worth the time and money? - Was a degree worth the time and money?
You and Yours: Disability In The Workplace, Peter Kay Refunds, Pets Versus Family At Christmas - Disabled workers, refunds for Peter Kay tickets, pets or family at Christmas.
You and Yours: Food banks, Cladding, Christmas trends - We report from Coventry, which has the most visited group of food banks in the UK.
You and Yours: Hangover Free Alcohol, Horse Marking, Sea Bass Population Levels - The possibility of alcohol with less of a hangover. And dwindling numbers of wild sea bass
You and Yours: Memorable Gifts, Sleep-in Pay, DIY Advisers - Consumer affairs programme.
iPM: What I did to keep a deathbed promise - It got one listener shot, it gave one a new hobby and another lied to her whole family.
iPM: What my doctor did to me - A listener responds to last week's interview with a sex offender and tells her own story.