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15 Minute Drama: How to Have a Perfect Marriage: Episode 1 - Not available till 7:00pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - Karen and gay husband Jack are called to account by their surprisingly grown-up teenagers.
15 Minute Drama: How to Have a Perfect Marriage: Episode 1 - Not available till 10:00am on Mon 26th(GMT) - Karen and gay husband Jack are called to account by their surprisingly grown-up teenagers.
15 Minute Drama: How to Have a Perfect Marriage: Episode 2 - Not available till 7:00pm on Tue 27th(GMT) - Karen and gay husband Jack are called to account by their surprisingly grown-up teenagers.
15 Minute Drama: Stories from Hay el Matar: Episode 1 - Drama from Syria that reveals how life is lived in contemporary Damascus.
15 Minute Drama: Stories from Hay el Matar: Episode 1 - Drama from Syria that reveals how life is lived in contemporary Damascus.
15 Minute Drama: Stories from Hay el Matar: Episode 2 - Drama from Syria that reveals how life is lived in contemporary Damascus.
15 Minute Drama: Stories from Hay el Matar: Episode 2 - Drama from Syria that reveals how life is lived in contemporary Damascus.
15 Minute Drama: Stories from Hay el Matar: Episode 3 - Assaf wants to trade the fake medicines across Syria, even to opposition areas.
15 Minute Drama: Stories from Hay el Matar: Episode 3 - Assaf wants to trade the fake medicines across Syria, even to opposition areas.
15 Minute Drama: Stories from Hay el Matar: Episode 4 - Sumayya gets her chance to take over her father's hospital.
15 Minute Drama: Stories from Hay el Matar: Episode 4 - Sumayya gets her chance to take over her father's hospital.
15 Minute Drama: Stories from Hay el Matar: Episode 5 - The fake medicines warehouse is now the centre of everyone's attention.
15 Minute Drama: Stories from Hay el Matar: Episode 5 - The fake medicines warehouse is now the centre of everyone's attention.
50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: Series 1: Battery - The story of the battery begins inside a dead murderer. It's a tale that's far from over.
50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: Series 1: Clock - The clock was invented in 1656 and has become an essential part of the modern economy.
50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: Series 1: Disposable Razor - King Camp Gillette created the disposable razor. But his influence extends beyond shaving.
50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: Series 1: Gramophone - Not available till 11:13am on Mon 26th(GMT) - 'Superstar' economics - how the gramophone transformed the performing industry.
50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: Series 1: Public Key Cryptography - Geeks versus government - the story of public key cryptography.
50 Things That Made the Modern Economy: Series 1: Robot - Robots threaten the human workforce, but they are crucial to the modern economy.
A Good Read: Verity Sharp and Matthew Syed - Harriett Gilbert talks favourite books with Verity Sharp and Matthew Syed.
A Good Read: Verity Sharp and Matthew Syed - Harriett Gilbert talks favourite books with Verity Sharp and Matthew Syed.
A Point of View: After Grenfell - Will Self's personal view of high-rise buildings following the Grenfell Tower disaster.
A Point of View: After Grenfell - Will Self's personal view of high-rise buildings following the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Alexei Sayle's Imaginary Sandwich Bar: Careerism - Alexei reveals the surprising reason he disappeared from our TV screens in the 1990s.
Alexei Sayle's Imaginary Sandwich Bar: History and the Role of the Entertainer - Not available till 6:00pm on Tue 27th(GMT) - Alexei explores the role of the entertainer and explains why he will never go on Strictly.
All in the Mind: 27/06/2017 - Not available till 8:30pm on Tue 27th(GMT) - Claudia Hammond explores the worlds of psychology, neuroscience and mental health.
All in the Mind: New brain cells and depression; Yoga in prisons; Insiders' Guide; Preferring our own ideas - New brain cells and depression; yoga in prisons; Insiders' Guide; preferring our own ideas
All in the Mind: New brain cells and depression; Yoga in prisons; Insiders' Guide; Preferring our own ideas - New brain cells and depression; yoga in prisons; Insiders' Guide; preferring our own ideas
Analysis: What went wrong with Brazil? - How did Brazil's boom years turn to dust? David Baker investigates.
Analysis: What went wrong with Brazil? - How did Brazil's boom years turn to dust? David Baker investigates.
Analysis: Who Speaks for the Workers? - Not available till 8:00pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - Union membership is in decline. So who will represent the workers of the gig economy?
Annika Stranded: Series 3: False Signals - Not available till 10:00pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - By Nick Walker. A plane crash from 1972 seems to have a bearing on a murder inquiry.
Annika Stranded: Series 3: Forty Words - Not available till 10:00pm on Tue 27th(GMT) - By Nick Walker. In Bergen, Annika investigates a strange case involving a submarine.
Any Questions?: Diane Abbott MP, Darren Grimes, Jamie MacColl, Andy Street - Jonathan Dimbleby presents debate from the WMG Academy for Young Engineers in Solihull.
Archive on 4: 999 - Which Service Do You Require? - Ian Sansom dials up the story of the 999 service, 80 years after it was introduced.
Archive on 4: Stadium Rock at 50 - 50 years after the Beatles played Shea Stadium, Kate Mossman plots a history of Arena rock
BBC Inside Science: Forensics Centre in Dundee; D'Arcy Thompson centenary; Scottish science adviser; Coffee and climate - Dundee University forensics science centre expands to test new psychoactive substances.
BBC Inside Science: Forensics Centre in Dundee; D'Arcy Thompson centenary; Scottish science adviser; Coffee and climate - Dundee University forensics science centre expands to test new psychoactive substances.
Bells on Sunday: Merton College, Oxford - Church bells from Merton College, Oxford.
Bells on Sunday: Merton College, Oxford - Church bells from Merton College, Oxford.
Beyond Belief: Public Grief - Not available till 4:00pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - A discussion on the different ways of understanding the world around us.
Beyond Belief: Religion and Hip Hop - What's the relationship between religion and hip hop? Robert Beckford and guests discuss.
Blast: The Sound and the Fury - Not available till 10:30pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - New alternative poetry series, with Radio 4 poet-in-residence Daljit Nagra.
Book at Bedtime: The Ministry of Utmost Happiness: A Choice - In Arundhati Roy's powerful novel, Musa makes an impossible choice.
Book at Bedtime: The Ministry of Utmost Happiness: Babajaana - My Love - In Arundhati Roy's arresting novel, it is autumn and there is love and lament.
Book at Bedtime: The Ministry of Utmost Happiness: Revathy - The guest house residents receive a letter that brings unexpected news from the forest.
Book at Bedtime: The Ministry of Utmost Happiness: The Haircut - In Arundhati Roy's powerful novel, a primordial punishment is called down.
Book at Bedtime: The Ministry of Utmost Happiness: The Streets of Delhi - In Arundhati Roy's kaleidoscopic novel, a boisterous car journey gets started.
Book of the Week: Believe Me: Episode 1 - Not available till 11:48pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - Happy childhood memories sit beside a great sadness and big changes for Eddie's family.
Book of the Week: Believe Me: Episode 2 - Not available till 11:48pm on Tue 27th(GMT) - A gig in Sweden leads Eddie to make an important discovery about his family's past.
Book of the Week: The Secret Lives of Colour: Black - At the end of a journey around the palette we reach black, which may not even be a colour.
Book of the Week: The Secret Lives of Colour: Green - The exploration of colour continues with green, colour of jealousy and ecology.
Book of the Week: The Secret Lives of Colour: Pink - Kassia St Clair's journey around the colour palette reaches pink.
Book of the Week: The Secret Lives of Colour: White - Kassia St Clair uncovers the hidden stories behind various shades of white.
Book of the Week: The Secret Lives of Colour: Yellow - An exploration of the hidden stories behind the colour palette, from gold to acid yellow.
Brexit: A Tale of Two Cities - A year on, contrasting Wakefield, which voted leave, to Oxford, which voted remain.
Broadcasting House: 25/06/2017 - Sunday morning magazine programme. Presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Cold War: Stories from the Big Freeze: Series 1: Omnibus 2 - Bridget Kendall presents stories from the Cold War, from Korea to East Germany.
Daily Service: 19/06/2017 - Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by Pastor Alex Robertson.
Daily Service: 20/06/2017 - Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by Canon Steve Williams.
Daily Service: 21/06/2017 - Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by the Rev Dr Sam Wells.
Daily Service: 22/06/2017 - Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by the Rev Andrew Martlew.
Daily Service: 23/06/2017 - Spiritual reflection and prayers on a topical subject led by the Rev Dr Peter Stevenson.
Daily Service: 26/06/2017 - Not available till 9:00am on Mon 26th(GMT) - Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by the Rev Owain Jones.
Daily Service: 27/06/2017 - Not available till 9:00am on Tue 27th(GMT) - Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by the Rev Peter Whittaker.
Dangerous Visions: Culture - Not available till 2:00pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - Al Smith's dystopian vision of a world where antibiotics have ceased to work.
Dead Ringers: Series 18: 23/06/2017 - The topical satirical show returns.
Desert Island Discs: Jed Mercurio - Jed Mercurio, writer and director, is interviewed by Kirsty Young for Desert Island Discs.
Desert Island Discs: Stella McCartney - Stella McCartney, fashion designer, is interviewed by Kirsty Young for Desert Island Discs
Drama: Reading Europe - Italy: Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay: Episode 3 - From one of Italy's most acclaimed authors, the continued story of a lifetime friendship.
Drama: The Coming Tide - By Luke Norris. The lives of a troubled girl and a desperate man collide.
Drama: The Shadow of Dorian Gray - By Stephen Wyatt. Drama about poet John Gray, the possible inspiration for Dorian Gray.
Drama: The Twenty Year Stretch - Drama by Colin Bytheway starring James D'Arcy, Tara Fitzgerald and Nicholas Farrell.
Drama: Time for One More Question - Love is put through the toughest Q and A in this comedy of festival manners.
Farming Today: 27/06/2017 - Not available till 4:58am on Tue 27th(GMT) - The latest news about food, farming and the countryside.
Farming Today: BBC seasonal agricultural workers survey results - Results from the BBC seasonal agricultural workers survey, and the future of agro-forestry
Farming Today: Dolphin deaths, migrant vets, Scottish subsidies - A new report suggests the number of dolphins dying from fishing is higher than estimated.
Farming Today: Roadside verges, Seasonal labour - The debate over cutting roadside verges - and veg producers on seasonal recruitment.
Farming Today: Seasonal and migrant workers - Sybil Ruscoe explores what a shortage of seasonal workers means for agriculture.
Farming Today: Tail-docking in Scotland and farming a year on from the EU referendum - The Scottish government approves tail-docking for working dogs.
Farming Today: What's the current situation with Bovine TB, and agricultural robots go head-to-head - What's the status of bovine TB in the UK today - and what's being done to address it?
Feedback: 23/06/2017 - Ed Miliband sits in for Jeremy Vine on Radio 2, but has he been a hit with listeners?
Feedback: 23/06/2017 - Ed Miliband sits in for Jeremy Vine on Radio 2, but has he been a hit with listeners?
File on 4: Children with ME - Not available till 7:40pm on Tue 27th(GMT) - Families of children with a severe fatigue condition say they have been accused of abuse.
File on 4: What Lies Beneath: The Legacy of Landfill - The toxic legacy of the UK's tens of thousands of underground waste dumps.
File on 4: What Lies Beneath: The Legacy of Landfill - The toxic legacy of the UK's tens of thousands of underground waste dumps.
Food Programme: Alastair Little: A Life through Food - Sheila Dillon meets pioneering chef and food writer Alastair Little.
Food Programme: Diet and Dementia: An Update - Not available till 3:00pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - An update on cook Paula Wolfert and entrepreneur James Ashwell's food and dementia stories
Food Programme: Diet and Dementia: An Update - An update on cook Paula Wolfert and entrepreneur James Ashwell's food and dementia stories
Four Seasons: An Anthology of Summer Poems - An anthology of summer poems, old and new, for the middle of the year.
Four Seasons: Cut Grass by Philip Larkin; The Way through the Woods by Rudyard Kipling - Summer poems: Cut Grass by Philip Larkin and The Way through the Woods by Rudyard Kipling.
Four Seasons: Edward Thomas's Adlestrop - Summer poems: Edward Thomas's Adlestrop, read by Simon Russell Beale.
Four Seasons: Edwin Morgan's Strawberries - Summer poems: Bill Paterson reads Edwin Morgan's Strawberries.
Four Seasons: William Morris, William Shakespeare and Seamus Heaney - Summer Poems - Summer poems from William Morris, William Shakespeare and Seamus Heaney.
Four Thought: Fragmented Landscape - Hugh Warwick calls for reconnection of our fragmented landscape to preserve our wildlife.
From Our Home Correspondent: 25/06/2017 - A Cotswold utopia, treating diabetes, the nightingale and leadership in cricket feature.
From Our Own Correspondent: Identity Politics - A blood sausage, a clockwork orange and a glass of dirty water.
Front Row: 26/06/2017 - Not available till 6:45pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - Arts news, interviews and reviews.
Front Row: 27/06/2017 - Not available till 6:45pm on Tue 27th(GMT) - Arts news, interviews and reviews.
Front Row: Audra McDonald, John Singer Sargent watercolours, Paula McGrath - Broadway star Audra McDonald on Billie Holiday; novelist Paula McGrath.
Front Row: Diane Keaton, Glow, 2017 Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Award winners - Diane Keaton on Hampstead, Annie Hall and The Godfather; plus new Netflix drama Glow.
Front Row: Jez Butterworth and Sam Mendes on The Ferryman - Director Sam Mendes and playwright Jez Butterworth on The Ferryman.
Front Row: Joseph Fiennes, Daljit Nagra, Wyndham Lewis, Catriona Morison - Joseph Fiennes on the Handmaid's Tale. Plus a new exhibition about Wyndham Lewis.
Front Row: Khadija Saye remembered, Jon Ronson, Harry Potter 20 years on - The writer Jon Ronson on his film Okja, Harry Potter's impact and the artist Khadija Saye.
Gardeners' Question Time: County Fermanagh - Eric Robson chairs the horticultural panel programme from County Fermanagh.
Gardeners' Question Time: County Fermanagh - Eric Robson chairs the horticultural panel programme from County Fermanagh.
Here's How the Story Ends: Series 1: Portsmouth After the Riots - Giles Edwards asks what happened in Portsmouth after the anti-paedophile riots in 2000.
Here's How the Story Ends: Series 1: Portsmouth After the Riots - Giles Edwards asks what happened in Portsmouth after the anti-paedophile riots in 2000.
Hiding Out: Series 1: Episode 2 - Dr Lena Bewick feels that the disappearance of her student is entirely her fault.
Hull Before Culture: Episode 2 - John Godber meets the people who will keep Hull's cultural heart beating into the future.
I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue: Series 67: Episode 1 - Not available till 6:00pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - Barry Cryer, Tim Brooke-Taylor, Andy Hamilton and Jo Brand join chairman Jack Dee.
In Our Time: Eugene Onegin - Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Pushkin's masterpiece, Eugene Onegin, a novel in verse.
In Our Time: Eugene Onegin - Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Pushkin's masterpiece, Eugene Onegin, a novel in verse.
In Touch: 27/06/2017 - Not available till 8:00pm on Tue 27th(GMT) - News, views and information for people who are blind or partially sighted.
In Touch: Retirement angst, Self-defence - One blind man teaches self-defence to others; concerns about leaving the world of work.
It's a Fair Cop: Series 3: Collision Decision - Alfie Moore and another policing dilemma - the most broken law in Britain.
John Finnemore's Double Acts: Series 2: The Rebel Alliance - Eileen and Lizzie are both determined to enjoy the wedding. No matter what Yvonne does.
Just a Minute: Series 78: 19/06/2017 - Paul Merton, Ross Noble, Fern Britton and Gyles Brandreth play the game.
Just a Minute: Series 78: 19/06/2017 - Paul Merton, Ross Noble, Fern Britton and Gyles Brandreth play the game.
Last Word: Helmut Kohl, Anita Pallenberg, Professor Brian Bellhouse, Naseem Khan, Brian Cant - Julian Worricker on a politician, an artiste, a scientist, an arts pioneer, a TV presenter
Last Word: Helmut Kohl, Anita Pallenberg, Professor Brian Bellhouse, Naseem Khan, Brian Cant - Julian Worricker on a politician, an artiste, a scientist, an arts pioneer, a TV presenter
Late Returns - Writer Nicholas Royle returns three library books - three decades after he borrowed them.
Laura Barton's Notes from a Musical Island: Series 2: Ebb and Flow - Laura is in east Kent talking to musicians drawn to the coast around Ramsgate.
Law in Action: Grenfell Tower: Inquest or Public Inquiry? - Should an inquest or a public inquiry occur after multiple deaths? And is bridge a sport?
Law in Action: Grenfell Tower: Inquest or Public Inquiry? - Should an inquest or a public inquiry occur after multiple deaths? And is bridge a sport?
Liam Williams: Ladhood: House Party - Not available till 10:30pm on Tue 27th(GMT) - Comedian Liam Williams tells of his teenage misadventures in the Yorkshire suburbs.
Liam Williams: Ladhood: Truants - Comedian Liam Williams tells of his teenage misadventures in the Yorkshire suburbs.
Loose Ends: Stephen Fry, Geri Horner, Martin Bell, Gina Yashere, Portico Quartet, Cody ChesnuTT, Arthur Smith, Clive Anderson - Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
Making History: The Stonehenge Tunnel - Digging under Stonehenge, the archaeology of a 1960s estate and China's Belt and Road.
Midnight News: 20/06/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 21/06/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 22/06/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 23/06/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 24/06/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 25/06/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 26/06/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 27/06/2017 - Not available till 11:30pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 28/06/2017 - Not available till 11:30pm on Tue 27th(GMT) - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Money Box: Money Box Live: Renting a Home. - Is our rental market working well? e-mail moneybox@bbc.co.uk.
Money Box: The Queen's Speech and your money - The Queen's Speech, new homes mismatch, pension transfers and lone parents benefit cap win
Moral Maze: Grenfell Tower Fire - Combative, provocative and engaging debate chaired by Michael Buerk.
Natural Histories: Dodo - Brett Westwood explores our relationship with that icon of extinction, the dodo.
Natural Histories: Hare - Not available till 8:30pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - The hare - a creature that is both mysterious and magical as Brett Westwood discovers.
Natural Histories: Hare - The hare - a creature that is both mysterious and magical as Brett Westwood discovers.
News Briefing: 20/06/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 21/06/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 22/06/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 23/06/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 24/06/2017 - The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 25/06/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 26/06/2017 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 27/06/2017 - Not available till 4:43am on Tue 27th(GMT) - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Headlines: 25/06/2017 - The latest national and international news.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 19/06/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 20/06/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 21/06/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 22/06/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 23/06/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 25/06/2017 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 26/06/2017 - Not available till 11:04am on Mon 26th(GMT) - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News and Papers: 24/06/2017 - News headlines, plus a look at the papers.
News and Papers: 25/06/2017 - The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
News and Papers: 25/06/2017 - The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
News and Weather: 24/06/2017 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Only Artists: Series 2: Keggie Carew and Richard Hawley - Artist and biographer Keggie Carew meets producer and singer-songwriter Richard Hawley.
Only Artists: Series 2: Keggie Carew and Richard Hawley - Artist and biographer Keggie Carew meets producer and singer-songwriter Richard Hawley.
Open Book: Ruth Ware - Mariella Frostrup talks to best-selling crime novelist Ruth Ware.
Open Book: Thomas Keneally - Mariella Frostrup talks to Thomas Keneally about his new novel, Crimes of the Father.
Our Man in the Middle East: Part 16: A Taste of Fire and Smoke - The impact of religious divisions across the Middle East, witnessed by Jeremy Bowen.
Our Man in the Middle East: Part 17: A Flash of Nail Varnish - Reflections on Iran and its place in the Middle East by Middle East Editor Jeremy Bowen.
Our Man in the Middle East: Part 18: The Revolving Revolution - The popular revolution in Egypt during the Arab Spring, remembered by Jeremy Bowen.
Our Man in the Middle East: Part 19: Unfollow the Leader - The overthrow of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Libya, remembered by Jeremy Bowen.
Our Man in the Middle East: Part 20: Crossing the Line - Jeremy Bowen on the dramatic eruption of opposition to the Assad regime in Syria.
Our Man in the Middle East: Part 21: A Mini World War - Not available till 1:00pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - Jeremy Bowen considers the many complex layers of war in Syria.
Out of the Ordinary: Series 4: A Better Mousetrap - Jolyon Jenkins investigates the world of mousetrap inventors. Can there be a better trap?
Out of the Ordinary: Series 4: The Red Pill - Not available till 9:00pm on Tue 27th(GMT) - Jolyon Jenkins on men fighting a liberation war against what they see as female oppression
PM: 19/06/2017 - Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: 20/06/2017 - Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: 21/06/2017 - Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
PM: 22/06/2017 - Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: 23/06/2017 - Eddie Mair with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: 26/06/2017 - Not available till 4:54pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - Coverage and analysis of the day's news.
PM: Saturday PM - Full coverage of the day's news.
Paul Sinha's History Revision: Series 3: Episode 2 - Paul Sinha looks at some unheralded gay figures from history.
Pick of the Week: Gerry Northam - The best of BBC Radio this week with Gerry Northam.
Poetry Please: Secrets - Roger McGough presents a selection of listeners' poetry requests on the theme of secrets.
Polyoaks: Series 5: The Consultants Cometh - Nigel Planer stars in the NHS satire. The surgery considers merging with a super practice.
Prayer for the Day: 20/06/2017 - A spiritual reflection and prayer to begin the day, with Canon Simon Doogan.
Prayer for the Day: 21/06/2017 - A spiritual reflection and prayer to begin the day, with Canon Simon Doogan.
Prayer for the Day: 22/06/2017 - A spiritual reflection and prayer to begin the day, with Canon Simon Doogan.
Prayer for the Day: 23/06/2017 - A spiritual reflection and prayer to begin the day, with Canon Simon Doogan.
Prayer for the Day: 24/06/2017 - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Shaykh Ibrahim Mogra.
Prayer for the Day: 26/06/2017 - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Shaykh Ibrahim Mogra.
Prayer for the Day: 27/06/2017 - Not available till 4:45am on Tue 27th(GMT) - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day, with Shaykh Ibrahim Mogra.
Profile: Emmanuel Macron - Emmanuel Macron is France's youngest-ever President. How did he rise so far so fast?
Profile: Emmanuel Macron - Emmanuel Macron is France's youngest-ever President. How did he rise so far so fast?
Profile: Emmanuel Macron - Emmanuel Macron is France's youngest-ever President. How did he rise so far so fast?
Quirke's Cast and Crew: Series 1: Gaffer & Best Boy - Exploring the key crew members on film and drama series defining modern entertainment.
Quirke's Cast and Crew: Series 1: Visual Effects - Not available till 3:30pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - Exploring the key crew members on film and drama series defining modern entertainment.
Radio 4 Appeal: Helen Bamber Foundation - Emma Thompson makes the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of the Helen Bamber Foundation.
Radio 4 Appeal: Macular Society - Henry Blofeld makes the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of the Macular Society.
Radio 4 Appeal: Macular Society - Henry Blofeld makes the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of the Macular Society.
Ramblings: Series 36: The Nidderdale Way: Brimham Rocks to Pateley Bridge - Clare Balding embarks on her last leg of the Nidderdale Way.
Ramblings: Series 36: The Nidderdale Way: Brimham Rocks to Pateley Bridge - Clare Balding embarks on her last leg of the Nidderdale Way.
Saturday Live: Henry "Blowers" Blofeld, Tom Chaplin, Kiri Pritchard-Mclean, Jess Walkup - Henry "Blowers" Blofeld, Tom Chaplin, Kiri Pritchard-Mclean, Jess Walkup.
Saturday Review: Baby Driver, Gloria, Crimes Of The Father, Germany at Tate Liverpool, Gypsy - Tom Sutckiffe and guests look at Edgar Rice's film Baby Driver.
Science Stories: Series 5: The Anglo-Saxon remedy that kills MRSA - Naomi Alderman opens the pages of medieval recipe books to find antimicrobial salves.
Shipping Forecast: 19/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 20/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 20/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 20/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 21/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 21/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 21/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 22/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 22/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 22/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 23/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 23/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 23/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 24/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 24/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 24/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 24/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 25/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 25/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 25/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 26/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 26/06/2017 - Not available till 5:00pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 26/06/2017 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 27/06/2017 - Not available till 12:00am on Tue 27th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 27/06/2017 - Not available till 4:57pm on Tue 27th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 27/06/2017 - Not available till 4:30am on Tue 27th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 27/06/2017 - Not available till 11:04am on Tue 27th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 28/06/2017 - Not available till 12:00am on Wed 28th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Short Cuts: Series 12: Witness - Josie Long hears stories of bearing witness.
Short Works: Series 1: The Storyteller - In Julianne Pachico's short story, a Colombian summer's evening takes an unexpected turn.
Short Works: Series 1: The Storyteller - In Julianne Pachico's short story, a Colombian summer's evening takes an unexpected turn.
Six O'Clock News: 19/06/2017 Attack on Muslim worshippers - The prime minister has described an attack on a group of Muslims as "an act of hatred".
Six O'Clock News: 20/06/2017 Chancellor's Brexit speech - Philip Hammond says the economy and jobs must be the priorities during the Brexit talks.
Six O'Clock News: 21/06/2017 The government has set out its legislative programme in a Queen's Speech - The government has set out its legislative programme in a Queen's Speech
Six O'Clock News: 22/06/2017 Fire-risk cladding found on seven tower blocks - Urgent checks are being carried out and panels are being stripped from some high-rises.
Six O'Clock News: 23/06/17 Police consider charges over Grenfell fire - Police investigate whether Grenfell fire was a criminal offence
Six O'Clock News: 24/06/2017 More high-rise buildings fail safety tests - Almost 30 high rise buildings have failed safety tests following the Grenfell Tower fire
Six O'Clock News: 26/06/2017 - Not available till 5:30pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - National and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Six O'Clock News: Cladding from 60 high rise blocks has now failed safety checks after the Grenfell Tower fire 25/06/17 - Cladding from 60 high rise blocks fails safety checks after the Grenfell Tower fire
Something Understood: Childish Things - Now past 40, Abdul-Rehman Malik asks what aspects of his youth he can carry with him.
Something Understood: Childish Things - Now past 40, Abdul-Rehman Malik asks what aspects of his youth he can carry with him.
Start the Week: Health Inequality: TB, Trauma and Technology - Andrew Marr with Lynne Jones, Michael Marmot, Kathryn Lougheed and John Powell.
Start the Week: Health Inequality: TB, Trauma and Technology - Andrew Marr with Lynne Jones, Michael Marmot, Kathryn Lougheed and John Powell.
Start the Week: Power: Fleet Street and Whitehall - Not available till 8:58pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - Tom Sutcliffe with Chris Patten, Tessa Blackstone, James Graham and Kerry-Anne Mendoza.
Start the Week: Power: Fleet Street and Whitehall - Not available till 8:44am on Mon 26th(GMT) - Tom Sutcliffe with Chris Patten, Tessa Blackstone, James Graham and Kerry-Anne Mendoza.
Sunday Worship: Prayers of Contemplation - Brother Alois of the Taize Community preaches at a young people's gathering in Birmingham.
Sunday: Church abuse review; Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks; Wi-Fi on church spires - Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme, presented by Edward Stourton.
Thanks a Lot, Milton Jones!: Series 2: The Employment Agency - When Milton launches a job agency, his best client accidentally goes ballistic.
The 3rd Degree: Series 7: The University of Hull - Three students from the University of Hull take on their professors in the upbeat quiz.
The 3rd Degree: Series 7: The University of Hull - Three students from the University of Hull take on their professors in the upbeat quiz.
The 3rd Degree: Series 7: The University of Liverpool - Not available till 2:30pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - Students from the University of Liverpool take on their professors in the upbeat quiz.
The Absolutely Radio Show: Series 2: Episode 1 - Stoneybridge Town Council prepares to receive the town's first ever tourist.
The Archers Omnibus: 25/06/2017 - Justin's hackles are raised, and Freddie finds a new vocation.
The Archers: 18/06/2017 - Pip insists she is fine.
The Archers: 19/06/2017 - Justin's hackles are raised.
The Archers: 19/06/2017 - Justin's hackles are raised.
The Archers: 20/06/2017 - Freddie finds a new vocation.
The Archers: 20/06/2017 - Freddie finds a new vocation.
The Archers: 21/06/2017 - Tom is ready to seal the deal.
The Archers: 21/06/2017 - Tom is ready to seal the deal.
The Archers: 22/06/2017 - Adam has an eventful birthday.
The Archers: 22/06/2017 - Adam has an eventful birthday.
The Archers: 23/06/2017 - Matt is on the prowl.
The Archers: 25/06/2017 - Not available till 1:15pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - Lilian has a lot on her mind.
The Archers: 25/06/2017 - Lilian has a lot on her mind.
The Archers: 26/06/2017 - Not available till 6:15pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - Justin has a hard day at the office.
The Archers: 27/06/2017 - Not available till 6:15pm on Tue 27th(GMT) - Harrison thinks it is time to move on.
The Body Electric - What can we learn about the body by experiencing it through the senses of artists?
The Bottom Line: When Robots Take our Jobs - Will robots take our jobs? Evan Davis and guests discuss.
The Bottom Line: When Robots Take our Jobs - Will robots take our jobs? Evan Davis and guests discuss.
The Damien Slash Mixtape: Series 1: Episode 2 - YouTube star Damien Slash brings his fast-paced, one-man sketch show to Radio 4.
The Film Programme: The Graduate - Francine Stock celebrates the 50th anniversary of The Graduate.
The Film Programme: The Graduate - Francine Stock celebrates the 50th anniversary of The Graduate.
The Language of Others - Times columnist Iain Martin examines the role of language differences in social divides.
The Listening Project: Keith and Jessica - Last Day at Work - One is retiring, the other just starting her career.
The Listening Project: Omnibus - Friends and Mentors - Supportive relationships forged in the swimming pool, the office and in childhood.
The Listening Project: Robin and Concha - Just Trying to Fit In - A strong friendship grew out of their initial relationship as nanny and her charge.
The Listening Project: Ros and Harry - Swimming the Distance - Physical and mental preparations with the help of a good coach.
The Living World: The Night Island - Chris Sperring heads to Skomer Island with ecologist David Boyle. From 2012.
The Media Show: Al Jazeera and Qatar crisis, Alexandra Shulman, Huw Edwards - Is Al Jazeera at risk in the Qatar crisis?
The Price of Happiness: Series 2: Middle Class Status - Not available till 11:00am on Mon 26th(GMT) - Quizzical everywoman and stand-up poet Kate Fox explores things she does not want in life.
The Price of Happiness: Series 2: The Perfect Body - Do unrealistic ideals of the perfect body actually reflect the diverse society we live in?
The Reith Lectures: Hilary Mantel: Silence Grips the Town - Not available till 8:44am on Tue 27th(GMT) - The story of a how historical obsession killed a Polish writer, told by Hilary Mantel.
The Reith Lectures: Hilary Mantel: The Iron Maiden - How do we construct our pictures of the past asks Hilary Mantel.
The Reith Lectures: Hilary Mantel: The Iron Maiden - How do we construct our pictures of the past asks Hilary Mantel.
The Untold: Back to Life - All Nick wants is his life back after a car accident leaves him with a brain injury.
The Untold: Care or Custody - Not available till 10:30am on Mon 26th(GMT) - Ray finds out he is father to a baby in care and fights for custody. Grace Dent presents.
The Wine Detectives - Not available till 7:30pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - Susie Barrie follows the experts employed to tell fine wines from fakes.
The World This Weekend: 25/06/2017 - Global news and analysis.
The World Tonight: 26/06/2017 - Not available till 9:45pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
The World Tonight: 27/06/2017 - Not available till 9:45pm on Tue 27th(GMT) - In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
The World Tonight: Brexit at heart of Queen's Speech - Can Theresa May push her legislative plans through with her threadbare majority?
The World Tonight: Inside Raqqa: the battle to recapture Islamic State's 'capital' - A special report on the battle for the Syrian city of Raqqa.
The World Tonight: PM condemns 'sickening' mosque attack - We hear from the community and discuss how to counter extremism.
The World Tonight: Philip Hammond puts economy first in Brexit vision - Hammond says Brexit deal should put jobs first; do Tory Brexiteers and Labour agree?
The World Tonight: Qatar rejects Arab demand for Al Jazeera's closure - Saudi Arabia and other Arab states launched a blockade of Qatar two weeks ago.
Thinking Allowed: Heritage and preservation - Heritage beyond saving: should we collaborate with, not defend natural processes?
Thinking Allowed: Heritage and preservation - Heritage beyond saving: should we collaborate with, not defend natural processes?
Today in Parliament: 21/06/2017 - Sean Curran with an extended edition of the programme on the day of the Queen's Speech.
Today in Parliament: 22/06/2017 - Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
Today in Parliament: 23/06/2017 - Mark D'Arcy examines what lies ahead for an unexpected minority government.
Today in Parliament: 27/06/2017 - Not available till 11:00pm on Tue 27th(GMT) - Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
Today: 19/06/2017 - News and current affairs. Includes Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 20/06/2017 - News and current affairs. Including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 21/06/2017 - News and current affairs. Including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 22/06/2017 - Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 23/06/2017 - Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 24/06/2017 - Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 26/06/2017 - Not available till 8:00am on Mon 26th(GMT) - News and current affairs. Includes Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 27/06/2017 - Not available till 7:31am on Tue 27th(GMT) - Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Tommies: 21 June 1917 - Mickey deals with the problem of remotely controlled German boats packed with explosives.
Tweet of the Day: Alasdair Grubb on the Blue Tit - Alasdair Grubb describes how a blue tit seemingly cried out for his help.
Tweet of the Day: Gary Moore on the Capercaillie - Wildlife sound recordist Gary Moore describes his surprising encounter with capercaillie.
Tweet of the Day: Gregory Ovenden on the Canada Goose - Wildlife sound recordist Gregory Overden on Canada geese for Tweet of the Day.
Tweet of the Day: Jimi Goodwin on the Mallard - Musician Jimi Goodwin on the mallard in this Tweet of the Day.
Tweet of the Day: Lindsey Chapman on the Cetti's warbler - Lindsey Chapman on the Cetti's warbler.
Tweet of the Day: Mya Rose Craig on the Nuthatch - Not available till 5:00am on Tue 27th(GMT) - Maya Rose Craig recalls the nuthatch for Tweet of the Day.
Tweet of the Day: Neil Anderson on the Golden Eagle - Wildlife cameraman Neil Anderson recounts a golden eagle encounter for Tweet of the Day.
Voices of the First World War: In the Air: Bloody April - Officers of the Royal Flying Corps recall the war in the air during April 1917.
Westminster Hour: 25/06/2017 - Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Woman's Hour: Adwoa Aboah, Children and antidepressants, Clare Bowen - British model Adwoa Aboah, children taking antidepressants, Nashville star Clare Bowen.
Woman's Hour: Alison Moyet, Women in Corbyn's team, Kate Nash - Alison Moyet performs live ahead of her new world tour.
Woman's Hour: Fleetwood Mac's Christine McVie - Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac; dancing when you're older; women in prison; glassmaking.
Woman's Hour: My friend Theresa May, Jane Austen, Summer solstice - Dame Caroline Spelman MP talks about her friend Theresa May.
Woman's Hour: Takeover week: Ellie Simmonds - Not available till 9:15am on Tue 27th(GMT) - Paralympic champion Ellie Simmonds on solo travel, ocean conservation and volunteering.
Woman's Hour: Takeover week: Shirley Hughes - Not available till 9:45am on Mon 26th(GMT) - A best-selling children's author on learning to look and the importance of libraries.
Woman's Hour: Weekend Woman's Hour: Christine McVie, Adwoa Aboah, Babies and Sleep, Children and Antidepressants, Selin Kiazim - Fleetwood Mac's Christine McVie. Model and activist Adwoa Aboah and cook Selin Kiazim.
Woman's Hour: Willow-weaving, Time, Sleep - Willow-weaving. Our relationship with time. Getting babies to sleep when it's hot.
World at One: 19/06/2017 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 20/06/2017 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 21/06/2017 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 22/06/2017 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 23/06/2017 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 26/06/2017 - Not available till 12:45pm on Mon 26th(GMT) - Analysis of news and current affairs.
Yesterday in Parliament: 22/06/2017 - Susan Hulme reports from Westminster.
Yesterday in Parliament: 23/06/2017 - Theresa May answers questions on the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy. Sean Curran reports.
Yesterday in Parliament: 27/06/2017 - Not available till 8:00am on Tue 27th(GMT) - Sean Curran reports from Westminster.
You and Yours: Brexit one year on, Jaguar Land Rover, Tower block safety - It is one year since the EU referendum, how confident are you feeling about your finances?
You and Yours: Call You and Yours: When lives were on the line - how did you get your voice heard? - When lives were on the line - how did you get your voice heard?
You and Yours: Car insurance, Holiday sickness, Music tech - Looking at car insurance quotes, fake holiday sickness claims and music technology.
You and Yours: Energy complaints, Ethical fashion, 70s cars - Energy company complaints, fashion brand ethical policies and old cars becoming good again
You and Yours: Fancy dress funerals, Pension fraud, Tourism - Not available till 11:57am on Mon 26th(GMT) - News and discussion of consumer affairs.
You and Yours: The EU referendum effect- one year on; Bicycle hire; Child friendly festivals - The EU referendum effect on prices. The UK launch of the world's largest bicycle operator.
iPM: Getting Out of the Habit - After 33 years of being a Nun, iPM listener Marion is starting a new life.