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15 Minute Drama: 44 Scotland Street: Episode 1 - Not available till 7:00pm on Mon 20th(GMT) - Life and love is full of surprises in Edinburgh's New Town; is there something in the air?
15 Minute Drama: The Pillow Book: Episode 1 - A new mystery set in 10th-century Japan for Lady Shonagon and her Lieutenant Yukinari.
15 Minute Drama: The Pillow Book: Episode 1 - A new mystery set in 10th-century Japan for Lady Shonagon and her Lieutenant Yukinari.
15 Minute Drama: The Pillow Book: Episode 2 - A new mystery set in 10th-century Japan for Lady Shonagon and her Lieutenant Yukinari.
15 Minute Drama: The Pillow Book: Episode 2 - A new mystery set in 10th-century Japan for Lady Shonagon and her Lieutenant Yukinari.
15 Minute Drama: The Pillow Book: Episode 3 - A new mystery set in 10th-century Japan for Lady Shonagon and her Lieutenant Yukinari.
15 Minute Drama: The Pillow Book: Episode 3 - A new mystery set in 10th-century Japan for Lady Shonagon and her Lieutenant Yukinari.
15 Minute Drama: The Pillow Book: Episode 4 - A new mystery set in 10th-century Japan for Lady Shonagon and her Lieutenant Yukinari.
15 Minute Drama: The Pillow Book: Episode 4 - A new mystery set in 10th-century Japan for Lady Shonagon and her Lieutenant Yukinari.
15 Minute Drama: The Pillow Book: Episode 5 - A new mystery set in 10th-century Japan for Lady Shonagon and her Lieutenant Yukinari.
15 Minute Drama: The Pillow Book: Episode 5 - A new mystery set in 10th-century Japan for Lady Shonagon and her Lieutenant Yukinari.
A History of Ideas: Lawyer Harry Potter on Individual Freedom and the State - Barrister Harry Potter on John Stuart Mill's ideas about individual freedom and the state.
A History of Ideas: Neuroscientist Paul Broks on Free Will and the Brain - Paul Broks brings neuroscience to the philosophical question of whether we have free will.
A History of Ideas: Philosopher Angie Hobbs on Positive and Negative Freedom - Angie Hobbs on Isaiah Berlin's distinction between positive and negative freedom.
A History of Ideas: Theologian Giles Fraser on Religious Freedom - Theologian Giles Fraser believes true freedom comes from accepting constraints in life.
A History of Ideas: What Does It Mean to Be Free? - Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the history of ideas about freedom.
A Life's Work: Series 1: Midwives - Three midwives talk about the changes they have seen in their profession.
A Life's Work: Series 1: Midwives - Three midwives talk about the changes they have seen in their profession.
A Normal...: Imagination - Not available till 6:45pm on Sun 19th(GMT) - Henry Normal takes a poetic look at imagination and the reasons why humans create.
A Point of View: Bin the Bucket List - Tom Shakespeare on why he rejects the idea of a bucket list.
A Point of View: Bin the Bucket List - Tom Shakespeare on why he rejects the idea of a bucket list.
A Point of View: The Road to Peace - Michael Morpurgo discusses the importance of never taking peace for granted.
Across the Red Line: Series 2: Is Assisted Dying Morally Wrong? - Anne McElvoy, with Gabrielle Rifkind, invites two opposed figures to listen to each other.
Across the Red Line: Series 2: Is Assisted Dying Morally Wrong? - Anne McElvoy, with Gabrielle Rifkind, invites two opposed figures to listen to each other.
Annika Stranded: Series 4: Beginnings - Not available till 7:00pm on Sun 19th(GMT) - By Nick Walker. Annika investigates the death of Tor's class teacher.
Any Questions?: Katy Balls, James Brokenshire MP, Norman Lamb MP, Rachael Maskell MP - Shaun Ley presents political debate from the Radio Theatre at Broadcasting House, London.
Archive on 4: Working Class Heroes - What do the working class heroes of 1960s cinema say about class in the Britain of 2018?
BBC Inside Science: Capturing greenhouse gas, Beating heart failure with beetroot, Why elephants don't get cancer, Exactly - a history of precision - Capturing greenhouse gas, beetroot to beat heart failure, elephant cancer, precision.
BBC Inside Science: Capturing greenhouse gas, Beating heart failure with beetroot, Why elephants don't get cancer, Exactly - a history of precision - Capturing greenhouse gas, beetroot to beat heart failure, elephant cancer, precision.
BBC New Comedy Award: 2018: Final - The final of the 2018 BBC New Comedy Award, live from Edinburgh.
BBC New Comedy Award: 2018: Final - Results Show - The results of the BBC New Comedy Award 2018 final, live from Edinburgh.
Bells on Sunday: St Augustine, West Monkton, Somerset - Church bells from St Augustine, West Monkton, Somerset.
Bells on Sunday: St Augustine, West Monkton, Somerset - Not available till 11:48pm on Sun 19th(GMT) - Church bells from St Augustine, West Monkton, Somerset.
Bells on Sunday: St John the Evangelist, Sidcup, Kent - Church bells from St John the Evangelist, Sidcup, Kent.
Book at Bedtime: Jaws by Peter Benchley: 'The great fish moved silently through the night water.' - Not available till 10:00pm on Mon 20th(GMT) - Peter Benchley's classic novel, which became one of the most iconic films of all time.
Book at Bedtime: Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont: 'A breath of spring' - Ludo turns up with violets. Eleanor Bron continues Elizabeth Taylor's masterpiece.
Book at Bedtime: Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont: 'Blood was thinner than water' - The real Desmond makes a visit. Eleanor Bron continues Elizabeth Taylor's story of old age
Book at Bedtime: Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont: 'But we aren't allowed to die here' - Mrs Palfrey meets Ludo and falls into a lie.
Book at Bedtime: Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont: 'If it's not nice, I needn't stay' - Eleanor Bron reads Elizabeth Taylor's poignant masterpiece.
Book at Bedtime: Mrs Palfrey at the Claremont: 'She had such lovely manners' - Eleanor Bron reads the final part of Elizabeth Taylor's poignant story of old age.
Book of the Week: Milk of Paradise: Episode 1 - The story of man's long and complex relationship with opium - for better, and for worse.
Book of the Week: Milk of Paradise: Episode 2 - The story of man's long and complex relationship with opium - for better, and for worse.
Book of the Week: Milk of Paradise: Episode 3 - The story of man's long and complex relationship with opium - for better, and for worse.
Book of the Week: Milk of Paradise: Episode 4 - The story of man's long and complex relationship with opium - for better, and for worse.
Book of the Week: Milk of Paradise: Episode 5 - The story of man's long and complex relationship with opium - for better, and for worse.
Book of the Week: The Freedom Papers: The Freedom Papers - Not available till 11:48pm on Mon 20th(GMT) - Six writers reflect on a modern definition of freedom. Today, Ade Adepitan and Sandip Roy.
Boswell's Lives: Series 2: Boswell's Life of Madonna - Not available till 10:30pm on Mon 20th(GMT) - Boswell meets Madonna and lives to tell the tale.
Boswell's Lives: Series 2: Boswell's Life of Marx - Boswell attempts to write a biography of Karl Marx.
Bringing Up Britain: Series 11: The Fiendish World of Friendship - Mariella Frostrup and guests debate how best to help children establish good friendships.
Bringing Up Britain: Series 11: The Fiendish World of Friendship - Mariella Frostrup and guests debate how best to help children establish good friendships.
Broadcasting House: 12/08/2018 - Sunday morning magazine programme. Presented by Paddy O'Connell.
Broadcasting House: 19/08/2018 - News with Paddy O'Connell including a review of the Sunday papers.
Colin Powell - Learning to Lead - General Powell and the remarkable Harlem college he co-founded - the poor man's Harvard.
Counterpoint: Series 32: Heat 2, 2018 - Paul Gambaccini chairs the wide-ranging music quiz.
Counterpoint: Series 32: Heat 2, 2018 - Paul Gambaccini chairs the wide-ranging music quiz.
Crossing Continents: Euthanasia - Aurelia's Story - Aurelia Brouwers had mental illness - when she died from euthanasia in Holland she was 29.
Crossing Continents: Seaweed, Sex and Liberation in Zanzibar - Not available till 8:00pm on Mon 20th(GMT) - The crop that has put women on top in Zanzibar.
Crossing Continents: Seaweed, Sex and Liberation in Zanzibar - The crop that has put women on top in Zanzibar.
Daily Service: 13/08/2018 - A short act of worship with reading, prayer and reflection, presented by Bert Tosh.
Daily Service: 17/08/2018 - A spiritual reflection with prayers led by Sr Gemma Simmonds CJ.
Daily Service: A Sense of God: Hearing and Listening - Not available till 9:00am on Mon 20th(GMT) - Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by the Rev Clair Jaquiss.
Daily Service: Finding time... to celebrate - Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by the Rev Dr Calvin Samuel.
Daily Service: Finding time... to inspire - Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by Katharine Longworth.
Daily Service: Finding time... to think - Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by Andrew Graystone.
Did the Victorians Ruin the World?: Series 1: Cars - Was the history of the car nearly different? Did the Victorians invent the electric car?
Dot: Series 3: Dial M for Myrtle - A suspicious death leaves the gals from personnel no options other than to investigate.
Drama: Abdication: The Crisis of Wallis Simpson - Wallis Simpson's view of the abdication crisis from a safe haven in the south of France.
Drama: Abdication: The King's Matter - Stanley Baldwin and Cosmo Lang vie to persuade Edward VIII not to abdicate.
Drama: Lost in Glencoe - A man's disappearance in the Scottish mountains more than 60 years ago is investigated.
Drama: The Summer Book - Amanda Dalton dramatises Tove Jansson's atmospheric novel. With Sophia Jansson.
Economics with Subtitles: Series 1: Bracelets for Bullets - Why an Essex mum wanted her jewellery melted down and what it says about government debt.
Economics with Subtitles: Series 1: Bracelets for Bullets - Why an Essex mum wanted her jewellery melted down and what it says about government debt.
Economics with Subtitles: Series 1: How Condoms Can Cost a Week's Wages - Not available till 8:26pm on Sun 19th(GMT) - Inflation can change your sex life - and pretty much everything else.
Ed Reardon's Week: Series 11: The Rectifier - Ed embarks upon writing a social history and family memoir.
Fags, Mags and Bags: Series 8: A Song for Lenzie - Sanjay has not been entirely truthful with Ramesh about his college education.
Farming Today: 21/08/2018 - Not available till 4:58am on Tue 21st(GMT) - The latest news about food, farming and the countryside.
Farming Today: AHDB Dairy Campaign, Harvest Fires, Lamb Prices - More money has been announced to support a campaign promoting UK dairy.
Farming Today: Call to ban using CO2 to slaughter pigs, Farmers in the nude, Barcodes on meat - There has been a call to to ban using CO2 to stun pigs before slaughter.
Farming Today: Farming Today This Week: Harvest 2018 - Sybil Ruscoe visits a Herefordshire farm to find out how the weather is affecting harvest.
Farming Today: Harvest 2018, Heritage grains, Tackling poaching - Sybil Ruscoe finds out about harvest 2018 and hears food prices will 'inevitably' rise.
Farming Today: Reaction to the US court ruling that glyphosate causes cancer - With reaction to the US court ruling that the weedkiller glyphosate causes cancer.
Farming Today: Soil biology, Pest control, Bees flourishing - Not available till 4:56am on Mon 20th(GMT) - A new project aims to analyse the biology of thousands of soil samples to help grow crops.
Farming Today: Wheat Genome, Fishing Quotas, Willow Bats - Wheat genome, Fishing quotas and harvest of willow for cricket bats.
Feedback: Foreign News in Extraordinary Times - Jon Sopel, Lyse Doucet and Steve Rosenberg discuss the BBC's foreign news coverage.
Feedback: Is A Point of View the place for Brexit? And behind the scenes of Research and Development - Listeners react to A Point of View covering Brexit and say goodbye to Eddie Mair.
Feedback: Is A Point of View the place for Brexit? And behind the scenes of Research and Development - Not available till 7:30pm on Sun 19th(GMT) - Listeners react to A Point of View covering Brexit and say goodbye to Eddie Mair.
Felicity Ward - Appisodes: Series 1: IBS - Stand-up Felicity Ward tries to achieve better mental health, one phone app at a time.
Four Thought: The Sound of Syria - Syrian qanun virtuoso Maya Youssef on the healing power of music. Recorded at WOMAD.
Fresh From the Fringe: 2018, pt 1 - Fresh from the Fringe showcases the best in comedy from the festival. Hosted by Ahir Shah.
Fresh From the Fringe: Fresh from the Fringe 2018 - Part 2 - Showcases the best comedy from the Edinburgh Festival 2018. Hosted by Darren Harriott.
Front Row: 20/08/2018 - Not available till 6:45pm on Mon 20th(GMT) - Arts news, interviews and reviews.
Front Row: Aretha Franklin remembered, David Suchet, Laura Mvula and Ben Okri - Aretha Franklin, the 'Queen of Soul', has died - Front Row assesses her life and work.
Front Row: Brian May and Professor Roger Taylor, Doctors' shows at the Fringe, Rachel Parris - Brian May on his passion for Victorian 3D photography, and three Fringe shows by doctors.
Front Row: Dwarfs in art, Barbara Rae, Christopher Robin - How people with dwarfism have been represented in art and culture.
Front Row: Live from Edinburgh with drag act Denim, Maggie O'Farrell, Penelope Skinner and Terry O'Donovan - Drag queen band Denim, Maggie O'Farrell, and dramatizing our online lives.
Front Row: Rosie Jones, Janeane Garofalo and Jenni Fagan on stage at the Edinburgh Festival - Comedians Rosie Jones and Janeane Garofalo discuss their one woman shows.
Game Changer: Fortnite on 4 - Kevin Fong explores the latest video gaming smash hit Fortnite as a cultural phenomenon.
Game Changer: Fortnite on 4 - Kevin Fong explores the latest video gaming smash hit Fortnite as a cultural phenomenon.
Gardeners' Question Time: Herefordshire - Peter Gibbs chairs the horticultural panel programme from Herefordshire.
Great Lives: Series 46: Simon Evans on JS Mill - Simon Evans nominates JS Mill, author of On Liberty.
Great Lives: Series 46: Simon Evans on JS Mill - Simon Evans nominates JS Mill, author of On Liberty.
How to Disagree: A Beginner's Guide to Having Better Arguments: Episode 1 - Timandra Harkness explores the best ways to disagree with other people - constructively.
How to Disagree: A Beginner's Guide to Having Better Arguments: Episode 2 - Timandra Harkness explores the best ways to disagree with other people - constructively.
How to Disagree: A Beginner's Guide to Having Better Arguments: Episode 3 - Timandra Harkness explores the best ways to disagree with other people - constructively.
How to Disagree: A Beginner's Guide to Having Better Arguments: Episode 4 - Timandra Harkness explores the best ways to disagree with other people - constructively.
How to Disagree: A Beginner's Guide to Having Better Arguments: Episode 5 - Timandra Harkness explores the best ways to disagree with other people - constructively.
In Business: Banking on Change? - Is old-style personal banking dead in an increasingly online world?
In Business: Retiring Retirement - Not available till 9:00pm on Sun 19th(GMT) - More and more of us will have to work into our 70s, so is this the end of retirement?
In Business: Retiring Retirement - More and more of us will have to work into our 70s, so is this the end of retirement?
In Therapy: Series 2: Helen - Psychotherapist Susie Orbach meets high-achieving lawyer Helen.
In Touch: New treatment for glaucoma, Blind cricket - The clinical trial of a new treatment for glaucoma.
Indian Rave: Part 2 - The story of the rise of a superstar DJ blends with tales of young contemporary India.
Jake Yapp's Media Circus: Series 1: Social Media - Jake makes an argument for deleting your account and throwing your laptop out.
Josh Howie's Losing It: The Plan - Josh and his wife Monique's big day finally arrives.
Just a Minute: Series 82: Episode 2 - How hard can it be to talk for 60 seconds with no hesitation, repetition or deviation?
Just a Minute: Series 82: Episode 3 - Not available till 6:00pm on Mon 20th(GMT) - How hard can it be to talk for 60 seconds with no hesitation, repetition or deviation?
Last Word: Aretha Franklin, VS Naipaul, Winston Ntshona, Nan Joyce - Not available till 8:00pm on Sun 19th(GMT) - Matthew Bannister on an author, an activist, an actor and a singer.
Last Word: Aretha Franklin, VS Naipaul, Winston Ntshona, Nan Joyce - Matthew Bannister on an author, an activist, an actor and a singer.
Last Word: Tony Bullimore, Aiko Herzig-Yoshinaga, Barry Chuckle, June Jacobs, Tommy Peoples - Matthew Bannister on a yachtsman, a campaigner, a comedian, an activist, a fiddle player.
Loose Ends: Ruth Jones, Jennifer Kidwell/Scott R Sheppard, Athena Kugblenu, Olaf Falafel, Aidan Moffat/RM Hubbert, Daniel Martinez Flamenco - Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.
Mastertapes: Series 5: Nigel Kennedy (the A-Side) - Nigel Kennedy talks to John Wilson about his 1989 recording of Vivaldi's The Four Seasons.
Midnight News: 13/08/2018 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 14/08/2018 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 15/08/2018 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 16/08/2018 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 17/08/2018 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 18/08/2018 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 19/08/2018 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 20/08/2018 - Not available till 11:15pm on Sun 19th(GMT) - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
Midnight News: 21/08/2018 - Not available till 11:30pm on Mon 20th(GMT) - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
My Life as a...: Series 1: Stoic - Andy Zaltzman spends a week living by the rules of the Stoic school of philosophy.
Natalie Haynes Stands Up for the Classics: Series 4: Euripides - Natalie Haynes stands up for Greek playwright Euripides, whose Medea still shocks.
National Health Stories: Omnibus 1 - The series which traces decisive moments in the history of the NHS.
Natural Histories: Narwhal - Not available till 8:30pm on Mon 20th(GMT) - Brett Westwood explores our relationship with the 'unicorn of the sea', the narwhal.
Natural Histories: Narwhal - Brett Westwood explores our relationship with the 'unicorn of the sea', the narwhal.
Natural Histories: Otter - The beguiling and mysterious otter leads Brett Westwood on a merry spraint hunt.
News Briefing: 13/08/2018 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 14/08/2018 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 15/08/2018 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 16/08/2018 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 17/08/2018 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 18/08/2018 - The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 19/08/2018 - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 20/08/2018 - Not available till 4:43am on Mon 20th(GMT) - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Briefing: 21/08/2018 - Not available till 4:43am on Tue 21st(GMT) - News from BBC Radio 4.
News Headlines: 12/08/2018 - The latest national and international news.
News Headlines: 19/08/2018 - The latest national and international news.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 14/08/2018 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 15/08/2018 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 16/08/2018 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 17/08/2018 - National and international news and the shipping forecast.
News and Papers: 12/08/2018 - The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
News and Papers: 12/08/2018 - The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
News and Papers: 18/08/2018 - The latest news headlines. Including the weather and a look at the papers.
News and Papers: 19/08/2018 - The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
News and Papers: 19/08/2018 - The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.
News and Weather: 18/08/2018 - The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
On Your Farm: Farm Like It's 1399 - We meet the farmers of Nottinghamshire who still do things the medieval way.
On Your Farm: Strawberry Summer - Sybil Ruscoe is in Worcestershire to meet the UK's only Asian strawberry producer.
One to One: Kriss Akabusi talks to Helen Glover - Not available till 8:44am on Mon 20th(GMT) - Life After Gold: what happens next? Can Helen Glover learn anything from Kriss Akabusi?
Open Book: Claire Fuller, Neil Gaiman, Iranian fiction - Claire Fuller discusses the appeal of setting a novel in a crumbling country house.
Open Country: The Radnorshire Dragon - Ian Marchant hunts for dragons in the landscape of Radnorshire in Wales.
Open Country: The Radnorshire Dragon - Ian Marchant hunts for dragons in the landscape of Radnorshire in Wales.
PM: 13/08/2018 - Chris Mason with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: 14/08/2018 - Chris Mason with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: 15/08/2018 - Chris Mason with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: 16/08/2018 - Chris Mason with interviews, context and analysis.
PM: 17/08/2018 - Chris Mason with interviews, context and analysis.
Pick of the Week: John Waite - Not available till 6:00pm on Sun 19th(GMT) - John Waite chooses his BBC Radio highlights.
Poetry Please: Kate Tempest - Roger McGough and Kate Tempest present a selection of listeners' requests.
Prayer for the Day: 13/08/2018 - With the Rev Dr Kirsty Thorpe, United Reformed minister.
Prayer for the Day: 14/08/2018 - A spiritual comment and prayer, with the Rev Dr Kirsty Thorpe, United Reformed minister.
Prayer for the Day: 15/08/2018 - A spiritual comment and prayer, with the Rev Dr Kirsty Thorpe, United Reformed minister.
Prayer for the Day: 16/08/2018 - A spiritual comment and prayer with the Revd Dr Kirsty Thorpe, United Reformed minister.
Prayer for the Day: 17/08/2018 - A spiritual comment and prayer with the Revd Dr Kirsty Thorpe, United Reformed minister.
Prayer for the Day: 18/08/2018 - A reading and a reflection to start the day with novelist and poet Zahid Hussain.
Prayer for the Day: 20/08/2018 - Not available till 4:45am on Mon 20th(GMT) - A spiritual comment and prayer with novelist and poet Zahid Hussain.
Prayer for the Day: 21/08/2018 - Not available till 4:45am on Tue 21st(GMT) - A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with novelist and poet Zahid Hussain.
Prime Ministers' Props: Series 2: William Gladstone's Axe - David Cannadine explores how William Gladstone's axe became a powerful political metaphor.
Radio 4 Appeal: National Literacy Trust - Broadcaster Gaby Roslin makes an appeal on behalf of National Literacy Trust.
Radio 4 Appeal: National Literacy Trust - Broadcaster Gaby Roslin makes an appeal on behalf of National Literacy Trust.
Radio 4 Appeal: National Literacy Trust - Broadcaster Gaby Roslin makes an appeal on behalf of National Literacy Trust.
Radio 4 Appeal: Unicef - Olivia Colman makes the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of Unicef.
Radio 4 Appeal: Unicef - Not available till 8:30pm on Sun 19th(GMT) - Olivia Colman makes the Radio 4 Appeal on behalf of Unicef.
Radiolab: Series 4: Memory and Forgetting - Not available till 11:00pm on Sun 19th(GMT) - Radiolab looks behind the curtain of how memories are made... and forgotten.
Reflections with Peter Hennessy: Series 6: David Blunkett - Peter Hennessy asks David Blunkett to reflect on his political life.
Reflections with Peter Hennessy: Series 6: David Blunkett - Peter Hennessy asks David Blunkett to reflect on his political life.
Refugee Reminiscence - Not available till 7:30pm on Mon 20th(GMT) - Three refugees talk about something important they have brought from their home country.
Saturday Live: Sir Michael Parkinson, Martin Carthy, Kiki Dee - Sir Michael Parkinson, Martin Carthy and Kiki Dee's Inheritance Tracks.
Saturday Review: At the Edinburgh Festivals: Beggar's Opera, Maladie de la mort, Midsummer, The Eyes of Orson Welles, Raqib Shaw, Andrew Miller - At the Edinburgh Festivals: theatre, film, comedy, artist Raqib Shaw and Andrew Miller.
Science Stories: Series 6: A wolf, a goat and some cabbages - Philip Ball dives into the Dark Ages to reveal the author of the river crossing riddle.
Science Stories: Series 6: How Humphry Davy discovered laughing gas - Naomi Alderman describes how Humphry Davy discovered laughing gas.
Science Stories: Series 6: Lise Meitner: Humanitarian physicist who unlocked the science of the atom bomb - Lise Meitner, the humanitarian physicist who unlocked the science of the atom bomb.
Science Stories: Series 6: Michael Faraday and his 'instructess' in chemistry - Philip Ball tells the story of Michael Faraday and his 'first instructess' in chemistry.
Science Stories: Series 6: The Wondrous Transformation of Caterpillars - How a 13-year-old girl mapped metamorphosis in the 1600s. Naomi Alderman presents.
Science Stories: Series 7: 17th-Century Space Flight: The Real Cyrano de Bergerac - Not available till 11:00pm on Mon 20th(GMT) - Philip Ball reveals the real Cyrano de Bergerac and his 17th-century spaceship.
Shipping Forecast: 12/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 12/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 13/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 13/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 13/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 13/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 14/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 14/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 14/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 15/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 15/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 15/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 16/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 16/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 16/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 17/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 17/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 17/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 18/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 18/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 18/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 18/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 19/08/2018 - Not available till 5:00pm on Sun 19th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 19/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 19/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 19/08/2018 - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 20/08/2018 - Not available till 11:04am on Mon 20th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 20/08/2018 - Not available till 12:00am on Mon 20th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 20/08/2018 - Not available till 5:00pm on Mon 20th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 20/08/2018 - Not available till 4:30am on Mon 20th(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 21/08/2018 - Not available till 4:30am on Tue 21st(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Shipping Forecast: 21/08/2018 - Not available till 12:00am on Tue 21st(GMT) - The latest shipping forecast.
Short Cuts: Series 16: Beginnings - Short documentaries about creating something out of nothing and the beginning of the end.
Short Cuts: Series 16: Civil Disobedients - Josie Long hears stories of small radical acts that help re-imagine the world around them.
Short Cuts: Series 16: Civil Disobedients - Not available till 11:45pm on Sun 19th(GMT) - Josie Long hears stories of small radical acts that help re-imagine the world around them.
Short Works: Edinburgh - By Kieran Hurley. What is Edinburgh Festival to the 22-year-old who grew up there?
Short Works: Edinburgh - By Kieran Hurley. What is Edinburgh Festival to the 22-year-old who grew up there?
Six O'Clock News: 13/08/2018 Turkey tries to end financial crisis - Turkey's central bank has announced new measures to try to end the financial crisis.
Six O'Clock News: 14/08/2018 30 die in Italy bridge collapse - Motorway bridge collapses in Genoa; police investigate suspected terror attack in London
Six O'Clock News: 15/08/2018 State of emergency in Genoa after bridge collapse - An English couple have described how they were forced to flee on foot.
Six O'Clock News: 16/08/2018 Aretha Franklin dies - The Queen of Soul sold more than 75 million records during a career spanning 7 decades.
Six O'Clock News: 17/08/2018 Minister vows to make prisons safer - Rory Stewart says he'll resign if he fails to tackle violence and drugs in jails
Something Understood: Marriage - Rabbi Harvey Belovski reveals his secrets for a successful marriage.
Something Understood: Marriage - Rabbi Harvey Belovski reveals his secrets for a successful marriage.
Something Understood: The End of the Beginning - Journalist Abdul-Rehman Malik asks whether death could merely be the end of the beginning.
Soul Music: Series 7: What a Wonderful World - Not available till 8:30am on Mon 20th(GMT) - Was Louis Armstrong's 1967 classic naïve or a powerful anthem for peace?
Soul Music: Series 7: What a Wonderful World - Not available till 9:00pm on Mon 20th(GMT) - Was Louis Armstrong's 1967 classic naïve or a powerful anthem for peace?
Subway: In Praise of Radical Fish - By Alison MacLeod. Three not very radical young men team-build on Brighton beach.
Sunday Worship: 19/08/2018 - Marking the Edinburgh Festival from Greenbank Parish Church, Edinburgh.
Sunday Worship: From the Keswick Convention - 'Shining like stars' is this year's Keswick Convention theme. Preacher: Derek Burnside.
Sunday: Cremations in Bali, Teaching the history of the Middle East, Why wear the burka? - Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme with Emily Buchanan.
Sunday: Divine Aretha, Faith in Westminster, Pope in Ireland discussion - Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme, presented by Emily Buchanan.
Sweet Reason: Series 1: Nimbyism - Nimbyism: Is protecting your patch selfish or the right thing to do?
Sweet Reason: Series 1: Nimbyism - Nimbyism: Is protecting your patch selfish or the right thing to do?
Tara and George: Episode 1: More Issues Than Vogue - The story of two rough sleepers on the streets of east London.
The Archers Omnibus: 12/08/2018 - Freddie's nightmare continues, and Shula's birthday ends in fireworks.
The Archers Omnibus: 19/08/2018 - Pressure mounts for Elizabeth, and the wedding day dawns for Harrison and Fallon.
The Archers: 12/08/2018 - Pressure mounts for Elizabeth.
The Archers: 12/08/2018 - Pressure mounts for Elizabeth.
The Archers: 13/08/2018 - Johnny loses his cool.
The Archers: 13/08/2018 - Johnny loses his cool.
The Archers: 14/08/2018 - Kenton has a brainwave.
The Archers: 14/08/2018 - Kenton has a brainwave.
The Archers: 15/08/2018 - Pip makes a decision.
The Archers: 15/08/2018 - Pip makes a decision.
The Archers: 16/08/2018 - Freddie faces the music.
The Archers: 16/08/2018 - Freddie faces the music.
The Archers: 17/08/2018 - The wedding day dawns for Harrison and Fallon.
The Archers: 19/08/2018 - Not available till 6:15pm on Sun 19th(GMT) - Reality bites for Fallon.
The Archers: 20/08/2018 - Not available till 6:15pm on Mon 20th(GMT) - Phoebe attempts to offer advice.
The Briefing Room: Is Turkey imploding? - The collapse of the Turkish lira has exposed deeper problems. How bad is the situation?
The Celebrity Voicemail Show: Series 1: Katie Hopkins - Kayvan Novak imagines the answerphone messages of controversial columnist Katie Hopkins.
The Charity Business: Series 1: Fundraising - What do we think about when we think about charities? Is the reality different?
The Charity Business: Series 1: Fundraising - What do we think about when we think about charities? Is the reality different?
The Deep State - Journalist David Aaronovitch explores the idea of the Deep State.
The Film Programme: Christopher Robin, Sir Richard Eyre - Christopher Robin, Sir Richard Eyre.
The Film Programme: Heathers - Heathers 30 years on.
The Five Foot Shelf - Ian Sansom asks people to choose the books they think should be included on his 5ft shelf.
The Food Programme: Shetland - A Food Homecoming - Sheila Dillon travels to Shetland.
The Infinite Monkey Cage: Series 18: GCHQ - Brian Cox and Robin Ince transport The Infinite Monkey Cage to GCHQ.
The Infinite Monkey Cage: Series 18: GCHQ - Brian Cox and Robin Ince transport The Infinite Monkey Cage to GCHQ.
The Listening Project: Charlotte and Jim - Rely on Your Training - Climbing to the top of a fire ladder is a daunting business.
The Listening Project: Cheylene and Ryan - Let's Tour the World Together - Work and romance can go together.
The Listening Project: Julie and Mandy - They'll Be Dragging Us Out on a Stretcher - Knowing they will be working into their late 60s is a cause for concern.
The Media Show: The BBC will not appeal Cliff Richard case - A look at the impact of the Cliff Richard case on journalism.
The Reunion: The Rise and Fall of the SDP - Sue MacGregor reunites the Labour rebels who founded the Social Democratic Party in 1981.
The World Tonight: 17/08/2018 - In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
The World Tonight: 20/08/2018 - Not available till 9:45pm on Mon 20th(GMT) - In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.
The World Tonight: Bridge collapses in northern Italian city of Genoa. - Italian government says around 30 people have died - but numbers could rise.
The World Tonight: Erdogan accuses the United States of seeking to stab Turkey in the back. - Measures by Turkey's central bank to stabilise the lira fail to reverse its decline.
The World Tonight: Legendary singer, Aretha Franklin, known as "the Queen of Soul" has died. - She entertained generations, with hits including "Respect" and "Say A Little Prayer"
The World Tonight: US priests abused thousands of children - The UN calls the abuse of thousands of children by Pennsylvania priests 'disturbing'.
The Wrong Job: Square Pegs in Round Holes - Emma Kennedy finds out why so many people in Britain hate their jobs.
Today: 13/08/2018 - News and current affairs, including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 14/08/2018 - Including Yesterday in Parliament, Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 15/08/2018 - News and current affairs, including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 16/08/2018 - News and current affairs including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 17/08/2018 - News and current affairs, including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 18/08/2018 - News and current affairs including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Today: 20/08/2018 - Not available till 8:00am on Mon 20th(GMT) - News and current affairs, including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
Tommies: 15 August 1918 - Two armoured trains meet on a single train track in the desert.
Tommies: 9 June 1916 - Mickey's testing of Capitaine Vasserot's new communication device does not go to plan.
Tweet of the Day: Black Drongo - Miranda Krestovnikoff presents the black drongo of Southern Asia.
Tweet of the Day: Chris Turner's Festival Tweet - Comedian and freestyle rapper Chris Turner hosts this Edinburgh Festival Tweet of the Day.
Tweet of the Day: Chris Turner's Fringe Tweet - British comedian and freestyle rapper Chris Turner hosts this Tweet of the Day.
Tweet of the Day: Eurasian Scops Owl - David Attenborough presents the Eurasian scops owl found in Mediterranean regions.
Tweet of the Day: Laughing Gull - Sir David Attenborough presents the laughing gull off the Florida coast.
Tweet of the Day: Laughing Kookaburra - Not available till 5:00am on Mon 20th(GMT) - Sir David Attenborough presents Australia's laughing kookaburra.
Tweet of the Day: Swallow - Not available till 5:00am on Tue 21st(GMT) - Brett Westwood presents the story and sound of the swallow.
Tweet of the Day: Tim Birkhead on the Puffin - Zoologist Tim Birkhead discusses the monumental dullness of puffins for Tweet of the Day.
Tweet of the Day: Wild Turkey - Chris Packham presents the wild turkey.
Westminster Hour: 12/08/2018 - Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Westminster Hour: 19/08/2018 - Not available till 10:00pm on Sun 19th(GMT) - Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.
Whatever Happened To...?: Series 1: The Nuns - Lauren Laverne meets three women who trained to become nuns in the 1970s.
Where's the F in News: Series 1: Episode 5 - A lively show on current events and trends with a female panel, hosted by Jo Bunting.
Why I Changed My Mind: Series 4: Manwar Ali - Manwar Ali reveals why he changed from violent Islamist fighter to anti-radical campaigner
Why I Changed My Mind: Series 4: Waney Squier - Waney Squier reveals the price she paid for changing her mind about shaken-baby syndrome.
Woman's Hour: Britney Spears, Ballymurphy Campaigner Briege Voyle, Being Queer in Nigeria - Not available till 9:30am on Mon 20th(GMT) - 20 years after her first hit, why is Britney Spears still known as the Princess of Pop?
Woman's Hour: Listener Week: Being Asexual, Post-adoption depression, Disability and Inclusion. - Listener Week: Being asexual, Post-adoption depression, Disability and inclusion.
Woman's Hour: Listener Week: Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Death of an adult child, Legacy books, Quilting - Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. How do you best support a mother when her adult child dies?
Woman's Hour: Listener Week: Legacy books, Age gap relationships, Adult bullying, Going grey. - Listener Week. Legacy Books. Age gap relationships. Adult bullying. Going grey.
Woman's Hour: Listener Week: Long-distance love, Marie Kondo, BAME pay gap, Family abuse - Magic of tidying, surviving love at a distance, closing BAME pay gap, abuse in the family.
Woman's Hour: Listener Week: The aftermath of betrayal, Legacy books, Challenging cultural expectations - Listener Week, where all the topics are chosen by listerners.
World at One: 13/08/2018 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 14/08/2018 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 15/08/2018 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 16/08/2018 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
World at One: 17/08/2018 - Analysis of news and current affairs.
You and Yours: Call You and Yours: What has caused a rift in your family and how do you cope? - What has caused a rift in your family and how do you cope?
You and Yours: E-cigarette use, House of Fraser online, Tribute acts at festivals - Calls to change rules on e-cigarette use. And the rise of tribute acts at music festivals.
You and Yours: Parking tax, Business rates, Electric scooters - Are more councils about to begin charging work places for providing car park spaces?
You and Yours: Ticket sellers, Factory homes, Diesel cars - The battle against ticket touts, homes built on the factory floor, the diesel car market.
You and Yours: Vodafone security, Supermarket curry, Finnish homelessness - A whistleblower talks about their security concerns at Vodafone.
iPM: Struggling to divorce - Two listeners on their marriages ending. iPM starts with your story. iPM@bbc.co.uk.