All available programmes on BBC Radio 4

Shipping Forecast: 24/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 24/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

Midnight News: 24/09/2014

Midnight News: 24/09/2014

The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.

Journeys Down My Street: Home Away From Home - The Somalis of Bute Street, Cardiff

Journeys Down My Street: Home Away From Home - The Somalis of Bute Street, Cardiff

Mike Berlin meets Somalis whose families have lived in Butetown for a century.

Kevin Eldon Will See You Now: Series 2: You May Know Me as Dudley

Kevin Eldon Will See You Now: Series 2: You May Know Me as Dudley

In this episode, we get to shape some hedges, eat some cheese and annoy an alligator.

Bleak Expectations: Series 4: A Wretched Life Made Much, Much Sadder

Bleak Expectations: Series 4: A Wretched Life Made Much, Much Sadder

Pip faces fresh dangers on a reading tour to New York.

The World Tonight: 23/09/2014

The World Tonight: 23/09/2014

The latest on airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Syria.

Book at Bedtime: The Bone Clocks: Episode 2

Book at Bedtime: The Bone Clocks: Episode 2

Teenage Holly experiences a life-altering event.

Inside Health: Conflict resolution in Ashya King case; GPs near work; Lipoedema

Inside Health: Conflict resolution in Ashya King case; GPs near work; Lipoedema

Dr Mark Porter goes on a weekly quest to demystify the health issues that perplex us.

In Touch: RNIB audiobook download service; Braille labelling; Space Camp

In Touch: RNIB audiobook download service; Braille labelling; Space Camp

New RNIB audiobook download service, Braille on packaging, space camp for blind children.

File on 4: Rigged Markets?

File on 4: Rigged Markets?

Is a scandal bigger than Libor brewing for the banks? Did they rig other key markets?

Front Row: Ricky Tomlinson; The Driver; Francesca Rhydderch; Anselm Kiefer

Front Row: Ricky Tomlinson; The Driver; Francesca Rhydderch; Anselm Kiefer

Ricky Tomlinson and playwright Neil Gore talk to John Wilson about United We Stand.

The Archers: 23/09/2014

The Archers: 23/09/2014

Johnny goes to college.

Lewis Macleod Is Not Himself: Episode 2

Lewis Macleod Is Not Himself: Episode 2

A brand new impression and sketch show starring Lewis Macleod (Newsjack, Dead Ringers).

Six O'Clock News: 23/09/2014

Six O'Clock News: 23/09/2014

National and international news from BBC Radio 4.

PM: 23/09/2014

PM: 23/09/2014

Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.

Shipping Forecast: 23/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 23/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

Great Lives: Series 34: Andrew Adonis on Joseph Bazalgette

Great Lives: Series 34: Andrew Adonis on Joseph Bazalgette

Matthew Parris talks to Lord Adonis about a great Victorian engineer.

Out of the Ordinary: Series 1: Episode 2

Out of the Ordinary: Series 1: Episode 2

Can the dead talk to us? Jolyon Jenkins looks into EVP - alleged voices from the far side.

BBC National Short Story Award: BBC National Short Story Award 2014: The American Lover

BBC National Short Story Award: BBC National Short Story Award 2014: The American Lover

Rebecca Hall reads Rose Tremain's shortlisted story about a transgressive love affair.

Afternoon Drama: The Sensitive: Underground Man, pt 1

Afternoon Drama: The Sensitive: Underground Man, pt 1

A killer hides in Glasgow's disused underground tunnels. Thomas Soutar investigates.

Book of the Week: Tracy Borman - Elizabeth's Women: Episode 2

Book of the Week: Tracy Borman - Elizabeth's Women: Episode 2

How did Katherine Parr influence her stepdaughter, Elizabeth I?

15 Minute Drama: The Diary of Samuel Pepys: Series 7: Episode 2

15 Minute Drama: The Diary of Samuel Pepys: Series 7: Episode 2

Sam declares he is 'the happiest a man can be'. But Elizabeth and the maid do not get on.

BBC National Short Story Award: BBC National Short Story Award 2013: Barmouth

BBC National Short Story Award: BBC National Short Story Award 2013: Barmouth

By Lisa Blower. The annual holiday conjures memories of children, picnics and arguments.

Last Day: Shutting Down

Last Day: Shutting Down

Following Ollie Monroe as his beloved trampoline club is forced to shut down.

World at One: 23/09/2014

World at One: 23/09/2014

National and international news with Martha Kearney.

You and Yours: Call You and Yours: Why are we shopping a little less at Tesco?

You and Yours: Call You and Yours: Why are we shopping a little less at Tesco?

Why are we shopping a little less at Tesco? Presented by Winifred Robinson.

Home Front: 23 September 1914 - Ottoline Lambert

Home Front: 23 September 1914 - Ottoline Lambert

In Folkestone, the search for a comfortable home for two Belgian refugees continues.

News Summary: 23/09/2014

News Summary: 23/09/2014

The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.

News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 23/09/2014

News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 23/09/2014

National and international news and the shipping forecast.

Goldie the Alchemist

Goldie the Alchemist

Musician Goldie describes his story from a broken home to his success and later struggles.

Afternoon Drama: Ray Connolly - God Bless Our Love

Afternoon Drama: Ray Connolly - God Bless Our Love

A priest and a nun fall in love and leave their orders to marry and begin a new life.

Shared Planet: Are We Getting Used to Less Wildlife?

Shared Planet: Are We Getting Used to Less Wildlife?

Are we aware we are sharing the planet with less wildlife? Are we getting used to less?

15 Minute Drama: Lunch: The Wonderful Guy

15 Minute Drama: Lunch: The Wonderful Guy

Bella has a new man, but he happens to be half her age.

Woman's Hour: MP Gloria de Piero; the National Sperm Bank; Normcore

Woman's Hour: MP Gloria de Piero; the National Sperm Bank; Normcore

With MP Gloria de Piero, shadow minister for women and equalities. Emma Barnett presents.

Daily Service: 23/09/2014

Daily Service: 23/09/2014

Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by the Rev Peter Whittaker.

Book of the Week: Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh: Awakenings

Book of the Week: Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh: Awakenings

Tennessee Williams embarks on a new play, A Streetcar Named Desire.

One to One: Paddy O'Connell meets Chantal

One to One: Paddy O'Connell meets Chantal

Paddy O'Connell explores the effect of great emotional upheaval on family life.

Today: 23/09/2014

Today: 23/09/2014

Morning news. Includes Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.

The Life Scientific: Brian Cox

The Life Scientific: Brian Cox

Brian Cox, physicist and media star, talks fame and quantum mechanics with Jim Al-Khalili.

Lewis Macleod Is Not Himself: Episode 1

Lewis Macleod Is Not Himself: Episode 1

A brand new impression and sketch show starring Lewis Macleod.

Tweet of the Day: Vogelkop Bowerbird

Tweet of the Day: Vogelkop Bowerbird

Sir David Attenborough presents the vogelkop bowerbird of west New Guinea.

Farming Today: Angora rabbits, Sugar beet quotas, Brucellosis

Farming Today: Angora rabbits, Sugar beet quotas, Brucellosis

What can farmers and vets do to protect themselves from catching diseases from livestock?

Afternoon Reading: The Foxes Come at Night: Gondolas

Afternoon Reading: The Foxes Come at Night: Gondolas

A photograph taken 40 years ago stirs powerful memories on a Venetian canal bank.

News Briefing: 23/09/2014

News Briefing: 23/09/2014

News from BBC Radio 4.

Prayer for the Day: 23/09/2014

Prayer for the Day: 23/09/2014

A short reflection and prayer with Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg.

Shipping Forecast: 23/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 23/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

Shipping Forecast: 23/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 23/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

Midnight News: 23/09/2014

Midnight News: 23/09/2014

The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.

Journeys down My Street: The Polish Community in Bradford

Journeys down My Street: The Polish Community in Bradford

The story of the Polish political refugees who settled in Britain in the late 1940s.

The Human Zoo: Series 4: Episode 3

The Human Zoo: Series 4: Episode 3

Michael Blastland explores how what we do with our bodies can influence our thoughts.

Book at Bedtime: The Bone Clocks: Episode 1

Book at Bedtime: The Bone Clocks: Episode 1

We encounter 15-year-old Holly Sykes for the first time.

The World Tonight: 22/09/2014

The World Tonight: 22/09/2014

How will Labour respond to pressure on English devolution?

Shared Planet: Ground-Nesting Birds

Shared Planet: Ground-Nesting Birds

Can dog-walkers share the planet with ground-nesting seabirds?

The Philosopher's Arms: Series 4: Induction

The Philosopher's Arms: Series 4: Induction

Matthew Sweet asks what justifies our belief the sun will rise tomorrow.

Front Row: Toby Jones; Maps to the Stars review; Rose Tremain; John Lahr on Tennessee Williams

Front Row: Toby Jones; Maps to the Stars review; Rose Tremain; John Lahr on Tennessee Williams

British actor Toby Jones discusses his role in new TV drama Marvellous. With Kirsty Lang.

The Archers: 22/09/2014

The Archers: 22/09/2014

Fallon faces the consequences.

A Good Read: Penelope Fitzgerald and William Sieghart

A Good Read: Penelope Fitzgerald and William Sieghart

Penelope and William discuss Sarah Orne Jewett, Alan Isler and Jane Austen.

Just a Minute: Series 70: Episode 7

Just a Minute: Series 70: Episode 7

The panellists are Tony Hawks, Kerry Godliman, Stephen Mangan and Gyles Brandreth.

Six O'Clock News: 22/09/2014

Six O'Clock News: 22/09/2014

National and international news from BBC Radio 4.

PM: 22/09/2014

PM: 22/09/2014

Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.

Shipping Forecast: 22/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 22/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

Beyond Belief: Religion and PR

Beyond Belief: Religion and PR

Ernie Rea discusses with guests how religions can do good - and avoid bad - PR.

In Search of the Ideal Music Venue

In Search of the Ideal Music Venue

Acoustics expert Trevor Cox goes in search of the best venues for different types of music

BBC National Short Story Award: BBC National Short Story Award 2014: Bad Dreams

BBC National Short Story Award: BBC National Short Story Award 2014: Bad Dreams

Carey Mulligan reads Tessa Hadley's shortlisted story about exposing unspoken tensions.

Counterpoint: Series 28: Episode 1

Counterpoint: Series 28: Episode 1

Russell Davies hosts the wide-ranging general knowledge music quiz returns.

Afternoon Drama: Ghosts of Heathrow

Afternoon Drama: Ghosts of Heathrow

190,000 visitors pass through Heathrow each day. No wonder some of them are ghosts.

Book of the Week: Tracy Borman - Elizabeth's Women: Episode 1

Book of the Week: Tracy Borman - Elizabeth's Women: Episode 1

The influence of the life and death of Anne Boleyn on Elizabeth's future.

15 Minute Drama: The Diary of Samuel Pepys: Series 7: Episode 1

15 Minute Drama: The Diary of Samuel Pepys: Series 7: Episode 1

Will 1666 be an unlucky year? Samuel is far more interested in his new friend, Mrs Knipp.

BBC National Short Story Award: BBC National Short Story Award 2013: Mrs Fox

BBC National Short Story Award: BBC National Short Story Award 2013: Mrs Fox

By Sarah Hall. A husband is shocked when his wife undergoes a remarkable transformation.

Last Day: Retirement

Last Day: Retirement

Following school administrator Madeleine Broughton on her last day before she retires.

World at One: 22/09/2014

World at One: 22/09/2014

National and international news with Martha Kearney.

You and Yours: Flood Insurance; White Collar Boxing; In-Flight Movies

You and Yours: Flood Insurance; White Collar Boxing; In-Flight Movies

Why would one woman's flood insurance treble ahead of a new deal to keep the cost down?

Home Front: 22 September 1914 - Adam Wilson

Home Front: 22 September 1914 - Adam Wilson

Adam and Jessie confront the mysterious man at the German consulate.

News Summary: 22/09/2014

News Summary: 22/09/2014

The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.

News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 22/09/2014

News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 22/09/2014

National and international news and the shipping forecast.

The Pale Horse: Episode 3

The Pale Horse: Episode 3

Mark Easterbrook has teamed up with Ginger to investigate the recent mysterious deaths.

Same-Sex Parents

Same-Sex Parents

Mary Smeeth talks to same-sex parents about the challenges of raising their children.

15 Minute Drama: Lunch: Humiliation

15 Minute Drama: Lunch: Humiliation

While Bella has been walking across the Sahara, Bill has been humiliating himself.

Woman's Hour: Francesca Martinez; Women at the Labour Party Conference

Woman's Hour: Francesca Martinez; Women at the Labour Party Conference

Women at the Labour Party conference, Francesca Martinez and university lad culture.

Book of the Week: Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh: Broadway Success and Childhood

Book of the Week: Tennessee Williams: Mad Pilgrimage of the Flesh: Broadway Success and Childhood

Echoes of Williams's troubled childhood find their way into his first Broadway success.

Daily Service: 22/09/2014

Daily Service: 22/09/2014

Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music. Led by Michael Wakelin.

Start the Week: Hilary Mantel

Start the Week: Hilary Mantel

Tom Sutcliffe with Hilary Mantel, Neil MacGregor, Jeremy Deller and Kei Miller.

Today: 22/09/2014

Today: 22/09/2014

Morning news. Includes Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.

Tweet of the Day: Sociable Weaver

Tweet of the Day: Sociable Weaver

David Attenborough presents the sociable weaver of the Kalahari Desert in Namibia.

Farming Today: Scottish referendum

Farming Today: Scottish referendum

What will extra devolved powers mean for farmers? Charlotte Smith investigates.

Afternoon Reading: Unaccustomed Earth: Unaccustomed Earth, part 1

Afternoon Reading: Unaccustomed Earth: Unaccustomed Earth, part 1

When Ruma's mother dies, neither she nor her father knows how to fill the void.

Afternoon Reading: Unaccustomed Earth: Unaccustomed Earth, part 2

Afternoon Reading: Unaccustomed Earth: Unaccustomed Earth, part 2

When Ruma's mother dies, neither she nor her father knows how to fill the void.

News Briefing: 22/09/2014

News Briefing: 22/09/2014

News from BBC Radio 4.

Prayer for the Day: 22/09/2014

Prayer for the Day: 22/09/2014

A short reflection and prayer with Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg.

Shipping Forecast: 22/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 22/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

Shipping Forecast: 22/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 22/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

Midnight News: 22/09/2014

Midnight News: 22/09/2014

The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.

Westminster Hour: 21/09/2014

Westminster Hour: 21/09/2014

Weekly political discussion and analysis with MPs, experts and commentators.

What the Papers Say: 21/09/2014

What the Papers Say: 21/09/2014

Anne McElvoy of the Economist analyses how the newspapers are covering the biggest stories

Jessie Kesson Short Stories: Until Such Times

Jessie Kesson Short Stories: Until Such Times

A child taken to live with her grandparents struggles to make sense of the adult world.

Gossip from the Garden Pond: The Garden Spider and Great Pond Snail

Gossip from the Garden Pond: The Garden Spider and Great Pond Snail

The Garden Spider and the Great Pond Snail reveal the funny side of life in a garden pond.

The Archers: 21/09/2014

The Archers: 21/09/2014

It is Mungo's naming day.

Pick of the Week: 21/09/2014

Pick of the Week: 21/09/2014

Caz Graham chooses her highlights from the previous seven days of BBC Radio.

Six O'Clock News: 21/09/2014

Six O'Clock News: 21/09/2014

The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.

Shipping Forecast: 21/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 21/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

File on 4: Abused but Not Heard

File on 4: Abused but Not Heard

Victims of sexual abuse at Knowl View school in Rochdale tell their side of the story.

Poetry Please: 21/09/2014

Poetry Please: 21/09/2014

Roger McGough presents a mixed bag of listeners' poetry requests, from Bronte to Larkin.

Open Book: Esther Freud on Mr Mac and Me

Open Book: Esther Freud on Mr Mac and Me

Esther Freud talks about her new book, and Howard Jacobson on the book he'd never lend.

Saturday Drama: Pinocchio

Saturday Drama: Pinocchio

Carlo Collodi's classic tale of a wooden puppet, dramatised by Linda Marshall Griffiths.

The Listening Project: Sunday Omnibus

The Listening Project: Sunday Omnibus

Fi Glover with conversations that reveal the love shared by those facing serious illness.

Marginalia

Marginalia

Simon Armitage travels to the edge of the page in his exploration of marginalia.

The World This Weekend: 21/09/2014

The World This Weekend: 21/09/2014

National and international news with Edward Stourton.

Food Programme: Food Is MAD

Food Programme: Food Is MAD

From 'guerrilla gardener' Ron Finley to Soviet cooking, Dan Saladino reports from MAD 4.

Just a Minute: Series 70: Episode 6

Just a Minute: Series 70: Episode 6

This edition of the show features Paul Merton, Jonathan Ross, Liza Tarbuck, Alun Cochrane.

News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 21/09/2014

News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 21/09/2014

National and international news and the shipping forecast.

Desert Island Discs: Steve McQueen

Desert Island Discs: Steve McQueen

Kirsty Young's castaway is the artist and film-maker Steve McQueen.

News Summary: 21/09/2014

News Summary: 21/09/2014

The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.

The Archers Omnibus: 21/09/2014

The Archers Omnibus: 21/09/2014

Tony has got plans for Johnny, and Hayley speaks her mind.

Broadcasting House: 21/09/2014

Broadcasting House: 21/09/2014

Sunday morning magazine programme.

Tweet of the Day: Black Stork

Tweet of the Day: Black Stork

Sir David Attenborough presents the globally widespread but secretive black stork.

Sunday Worship: The Cost of Discipleship

Sunday Worship: The Cost of Discipleship

From St Martin-in-the-Fields, a service reflecting on the wisdom of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.

News and Papers: 21/09/2014

News and Papers: 21/09/2014

The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.

The Gobetweenies: Series 1: Befriending Freddie

The Gobetweenies: Series 1: Befriending Freddie

Mimi is delighted that her new husband wants to be a father, but Lucy has overheard.

Sunday: Referendum, Hajj fraud, Vatican v Anglican cricket match

Sunday: Referendum, Hajj fraud, Vatican v Anglican cricket match

Referendum reconciliation, Hajj fraud, and Vatican cricketers take on Anglicans.

Radio 4 Appeal: Amref Health Africa

Radio 4 Appeal: Amref Health Africa

Jenny Agutter presents an appeal for Amref Health Africa.

News and Papers: 21/09/2014

News and Papers: 21/09/2014

The latest news headlines. Including a look at the papers.

On Your Farm: English Wine; Chapel Down Vineyard

On Your Farm: English Wine; Chapel Down Vineyard

Charlotte Smith visits Chapel Down vineyard in Kent as they start the year's grape harvest

Something Understood: The Machines and Us

Something Understood: The Machines and Us

Mark Tully considers the practical implications of our relationship with machines.

News Headlines: 21/09/2014

News Headlines: 21/09/2014

The latest national and international news.

News Briefing: 21/09/2014

News Briefing: 21/09/2014

News from BBC Radio 4.

Bells on Sunday: 21/09/2014

Bells on Sunday: 21/09/2014

The bells of the Church of St John the Baptist, Burford, Oxfordshire.

Shipping Forecast: 21/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 21/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

Shipping Forecast: 21/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 21/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

The Time Being: Series 6: Marathon

The Time Being: Series 6: Marathon

By Claire Powell. An alcohol-driven love affair goes wrong when the man starts to get fit.

Midnight News: 21/09/2014

Midnight News: 21/09/2014

The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.

Poetry Please: Poets Laureate

Poetry Please: Poets Laureate

Roger McGough introduces a selection of works by poets laureate past and present.

Quote... Unquote: 15/09/2014

Quote... Unquote: 15/09/2014

Fiftieth series of Radio 4's popular quotations quiz, hosted by Nigel Rees.

Detective Sergeant Nick Mohammed: Series 1: Episode 2

Detective Sergeant Nick Mohammed: Series 1: Episode 2

Someone has been kidnapped... Yikes! Nick tackles the hostage negotiations.

News and Weather: 20/09/2014

News and Weather: 20/09/2014

The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.

The Barchester Chronicles: Anthony Trollope's Framley Parsonage: A Gift of Fire

The Barchester Chronicles: Anthony Trollope's Framley Parsonage: A Gift of Fire

After a lot of proposals made and turned down in Barchester, Miss Dunstable holds a party.

Archive on 4: Four Women Poets Today

Archive on 4: Four Women Poets Today

Poets Carol Ann Duffy, Liz Lochhead, Gillian Clarke and Eavan Boland update a 1992 debate.

Saturday Review: 20/09/2014

Saturday Review: 20/09/2014

Tom Sutcliffe discusses the Riot Club, Ballyturk, Mr Mac and Me, and Constable at the V&A.

Profile: Shane Smith

Profile: Shane Smith

Mark Coles profiles Shane Smith, Ottawa punk rocker-turned-media mogul.

Loose Ends: Charles Spencer, Olivia Williams, Dave Gorman, Nikki Bedi, Robert Glenister, Jah Wobble

Loose Ends: Charles Spencer, Olivia Williams, Dave Gorman, Nikki Bedi, Robert Glenister, Jah Wobble

Clive Anderson and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.

Six O'Clock News: 20/09/2014

Six O'Clock News: 20/09/2014

The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.

Shipping Forecast: 20/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 20/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

PM: Saturday PM

PM: Saturday PM

Full coverage of the day's news.

Woman's Hour: Weekend Woman's Hour: Chrissie Hynde, Kate Hudson, Networking

Woman's Hour: Weekend Woman's Hour: Chrissie Hynde, Kate Hudson, Networking

Chrissie Hynde on her first solo album. Presented by Jane Garvey.

The Lost Women of British Jazz

The Lost Women of British Jazz

Shining a light on the earliest female jazz pioneers, who were erased from music history.

Saturday Drama: The Martin Beck Killings: The Fire Engine That Disappeared

Saturday Drama: The Martin Beck Killings: The Fire Engine That Disappeared

A case of arson hinges on finding a man who fits an impossibly vague description.

Any Answers?: Devolved powers and the Labour party

Any Answers?: Devolved powers and the Labour party

Anita Anand hears from listeners about the plans for devolved powers in Scotland.

News: 20/09/2014

News: 20/09/2014

The latest news from BBC Radio 4.

Money Box: Pension grab from people made bankrupt

Money Box: Pension grab from people made bankrupt

Pension grab from people made bankrupt, Scotland decided and code of practice not perfect.

News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 20/09/2014

News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 20/09/2014

National and international news and the shipping forecast.

News Summary: 20/09/2014

News Summary: 20/09/2014

The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.

From Our Own Correspondent: Why the Kissing's Had to Stop

From Our Own Correspondent: Why the Kissing's Had to Stop

How Ebola is changing lives across West Africa. Also, despatches from Syria and Canada.

The Forum: Bubbles

The Forum: Bubbles

The curious properties of bubbles in the oceans, in our bodies and in art.

The Kitchen Cabinet: Series 8: Abergavenny

The Kitchen Cabinet: Series 8: Abergavenny

Jay Rayner hosts the culinary panel programme from Abergavenny, Monmouthshire.

Saturday Live: Abergavenny Food Festival

Saturday Live: Abergavenny Food Festival

Richard Coles and Suzy Klein at the Abergavenny Food Festival with Jancis Robinson.

Today: 20/09/2014

Today: 20/09/2014

Including Sports Desk, Thought for the Day and Weather.

Archive on 4: A Tribute to Robert Robinson

Archive on 4: A Tribute to Robert Robinson

Laurie Taylor takes a look at the life and work of one of Britain's broadcasting legends.

Farming Today: HRH The Princess Royal at Gatcombe Horse Trials

Farming Today: HRH The Princess Royal at Gatcombe Horse Trials

HRH The Princess Royal at Gatcombe Horse Trials. Presented by Charlotte Smith.

News and Papers: 20/09/2014

News and Papers: 20/09/2014

News headlines, plus a look at the papers.

iPM: 20/09/2014

iPM: 20/09/2014

iPM speaks to a listener and his colleague about the Scottish referendum.

News Briefing: 20/09/2014

News Briefing: 20/09/2014

The latest news from BBC Radio 4.

Prayer for the Day: 20/09/2014

Prayer for the Day: 20/09/2014

A short reflection and prayer with Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg.

Shipping Forecast: 20/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 20/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

Shipping Forecast: 20/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 20/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

Midnight News: 20/09/2014

Midnight News: 20/09/2014

The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.

Lives in a Landscape: Series 16: The Show Must Go On

Lives in a Landscape: Series 16: The Show Must Go On

The show must go on as pub singer Pat Mallon prepares for major surgery. With Alan Dein.

The Listening Project: Kate and Lucy - Living While Dying

The Listening Project: Kate and Lucy - Living While Dying

A 21-year-old with Ehlers-Danlos will not let the life-shortening syndrome hold her back.

Great Lives: Series 34: Stella Rimington on Dorothy L Sayers

Great Lives: Series 34: Stella Rimington on Dorothy L Sayers

Dame Stella Rimington explains to Matthew Parris why Dorothy L Sayers fascinates her.

Book at Bedtime: The Children Act: Episode 10

Book at Bedtime: The Children Act: Episode 10

As Fiona prepares for the Christmas concert, the troubles of the year seem behind her.

The World Tonight: 19/09/2014

The World Tonight: 19/09/2014

In-depth reporting and analysis from a global perspective.

Home Front: Home Front - Omnibus: 15-19 September 1914

Home Front: Home Front - Omnibus: 15-19 September 1914

Folkestone honours its dead, and our characters' worlds all seem up-ended.

A Point of View: Red Dress Sense

A Point of View: Red Dress Sense

Red may be now fashionable, but in the past it was powerful, reflects Lisa Jardine.

Any Questions?: Sir Tom Devine, Ken Clarke, Charles Clarke, Fiona Hyslop

Any Questions?: Sir Tom Devine, Ken Clarke, Charles Clarke, Fiona Hyslop

Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate from Edinburgh after the Scottish referendum.

Front Row: Zach Braff, Tessa Hadley, Charles Aznavour

Front Row: Zach Braff, Tessa Hadley, Charles Aznavour

Kirsty Lang talks to the actor Zach Braff and French singer Charles Aznavour.

The Archers: 19/09/2014

The Archers: 19/09/2014

Fallon makes a decision.

The Now Show: Series 44: Episode 2

The Now Show: Series 44: Episode 2

Steve and Hugh are joined by special guest Elis James, with Mitch Benn and Laura Shavin.

Six O'Clock News: 19/09/2014

Six O'Clock News: 19/09/2014

National and international news from BBC Radio 4.

PM: 19/09/2014

PM: 19/09/2014

Coverage and analysis of the day's news with Eddie Mair.

Shipping Forecast: 19/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 19/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

The Listening Project: Annette and Paul - Living with Parkinson's

The Listening Project: Annette and Paul - Living with Parkinson's

A husband and wife work out the ways that his Parkinson's has changed their life together.

More or Less: Kidney donation: the chance of finding a match

More or Less: Kidney donation: the chance of finding a match

Tim Harford on kidney donation, charity-giving, Huntrodds' Day, ants and tiny countries.

Last Word: James Nesbitt MBE, Andrew McLaglen, Emilio Botin, Simin Behbahani, Sir Philip Dowson, George Hamilton IV

Last Word: James Nesbitt MBE, Andrew McLaglen, Emilio Botin, Simin Behbahani, Sir Philip Dowson, George Hamilton IV

Matthew Bannister on a detective, a film director, a banker, a poet and an architect.

Finery

Finery

Edith Pearlman's short story describes the travels of a pinstripe suit.

Gardeners' Question Time: Harrogate

Gardeners' Question Time: Harrogate

Eric Robson hosts the horticultural panel programme from Harrogate.

Afternoon Drama: Brief Lives: Episode 6

Afternoon Drama: Brief Lives: Episode 6

Frank and Cheryl prepare to leave. But can they both leave their pasts behind?

Book of the Week: Andrew Solomon - Far From the Tree: Episode 5

Book of the Week: Andrew Solomon - Far From the Tree: Episode 5

Different kinds of families are constructed or conceived in different ways.

15 Minute Drama: The Diary of Samuel Pepys: Series 6: Episode 5

15 Minute Drama: The Diary of Samuel Pepys: Series 6: Episode 5

By the end of the year deaths from the plague are decreasing, and London starts to recover

World at One: 19/09/2014

World at One: 19/09/2014

National and international news with Martha Kearney.

Book at Bedtime: Daphne du Maurier - Jamaica Inn: Episode 10

Book at Bedtime: Daphne du Maurier - Jamaica Inn: Episode 10

Reeling from her shock discovery, Mary must make a life-changing decision.

You and Yours: Scottish Consumers - What Next?; Reluctant Teen Apprentices; Recovering Shoplifting Debt

You and Yours: Scottish Consumers - What Next?; Reluctant Teen Apprentices; Recovering Shoplifting Debt

With Peter White. Scotland has decided, but where does this leave consumers?

Home Front: 19 September 1914 - Kitty Wilson

Home Front: 19 September 1914 - Kitty Wilson

Parenthood, marriage and death all feature in Kitty's day.

Afternoon Drama: Nancy Harris - Love in a Glass Jar

Afternoon Drama: Nancy Harris - Love in a Glass Jar

Strangers Eve and Patrick meet in a hotel to carry out an unofficial sperm donation.

News Summary: 19/09/2014

News Summary: 19/09/2014

The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.

News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 19/09/2014

News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 19/09/2014

National and international news and the shipping forecast.

My First Planet: Series 2: They Came To Test Our Brains!

My First Planet: Series 2: They Came To Test Our Brains!

A pub quiz and a talking yam spell disaster for Brian when he discovers his IQ.

My Family and Other Ibex

My Family and Other Ibex

Andrea Sella returns to the Italian landscape of his childhood to see how it has changed.

15 Minute Drama: Queens of Noise: Rip It Up: Episode 5

15 Minute Drama: Queens of Noise: Rip It Up: Episode 5

First single - tick. First TV spot - tick. First US tour - tick. First member to leave?

Thames Crossings: The Boat Is Waiting

Thames Crossings: The Boat Is Waiting

Piers's pilgrimage along the river reaches its conclusion in south west London.

Woman's Hour: Scottish referendum, gay police officers, women poets

Woman's Hour: Scottish referendum, gay police officers, women poets

How did women vote in the Scottish referendum and how critical was it in the outcome?

Act of Worship: 19/09/2014

Act of Worship: 19/09/2014

An Act of Worship led by Canon Angela Tilby.

Book of the Week: Please, Mr Postman: Episode 5

Book of the Week: Please, Mr Postman: Episode 5

Alan's career is in the ascendancy, but there are clouds on the horizon.

The Reunion: New Labour

The Reunion: New Labour

Sue MacGregor reunites some of the key people behind the creation of New Labour.

Today: 19/09/2014

Today: 19/09/2014

Includes Prayer for the Day; Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.

Afternoon Reading: Cheating at Canasta: Folie a Deux

Afternoon Reading: Cheating at Canasta: Folie a Deux

A chance meeting in Paris revives powerful memories of an act of folly on an Irish beach.

Scotland Decides: Episode 2

Scotland Decides: Episode 2

James Naughtie and Rachel Burden present the results of the Scottish referendum.

Shipping Forecast: 19/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 19/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

Book at Bedtime: The Children Act: Episode 9

Book at Bedtime: The Children Act: Episode 9

'Her kiss was the kiss of Judas'.

Scotland Decides: Episode 1

Scotland Decides: Episode 1

James Naughtie and Rachel Burden present the results of the Scottish referendum.

Disabled and Behind Bars

Disabled and Behind Bars

Nikki Fox investigates the treatment of disabled people in British prisons.

In Business: Myanmar Awakening

In Business: Myanmar Awakening

Peter Day travels to Myanmar to find out how the country is trying to emerge from its past

The Report: The Right to be Forgotten

The Report: The Right to be Forgotten

Simon Cox looks into the effects of the 'right to be forgotten' ruling.

Front Row: Denzel Washington; Howard Brenton; Leonard Cohen; Riccardo Chailly

Front Row: Denzel Washington; Howard Brenton; Leonard Cohen; Riccardo Chailly

Denzel Washington on getting revenge in his new film, action thriller The Equalizer.

The Archers: 18/09/2014

The Archers: 18/09/2014

Joe and David celebrate.

Can't Tell Nathan Caton Nothing: Series 3: About Intelligence

Can't Tell Nathan Caton Nothing: Series 3: About Intelligence

Nathan is fed up with his family underestimating his intelligence.

Six O'Clock News: 18/09/2014

Six O'Clock News: 18/09/2014

National and international news from BBC Radio 4.

PM: 18/09/2014

PM: 18/09/2014

Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.

Shipping Forecast: 18/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 18/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

BBC Inside Science: European ancestry; Cern is 60; Graphene plasters; Penguins

BBC Inside Science: European ancestry; Cern is 60; Graphene plasters; Penguins

How most present-day Europeans derive from at least three ancestral populations.

The Film Programme: Nick Cave; Jonathan Coe; The Riot Club

The Film Programme: Nick Cave; Jonathan Coe; The Riot Club

Nick Cave discusses his documentary 20,000 Days on Earth with Francine Stock.

Open Book: Ali Smith on How to Be Both

Open Book: Ali Smith on How to Be Both

Booker-shortlisted novelist Ali Smith and the art of the short story.

Ramblings: Series 28: The Dales Way

Ramblings: Series 28: The Dales Way

Clare Balding sets off to walk the Dales Way, one of England's most-loved walking routes.

Radio 4 Appeal: Prisoners Education Trust

Radio 4 Appeal: Prisoners Education Trust

Susan Hill presents an appeal on behalf of Prisoners Education Trust.

Book of the Week: Andrew Solomon - Far From the Tree: Episode 4

Book of the Week: Andrew Solomon - Far From the Tree: Episode 4

What happens to an ordinary family when a child commits extreme criminal behaviour?

Afternoon Drama: The Basin

Afternoon Drama: The Basin

By Dan Allum. Drama about a woman who gives up her old life to become a Traveller's wife.

15 Minute Drama: The Diary of Samuel Pepys: Series 6: Episode 4

15 Minute Drama: The Diary of Samuel Pepys: Series 6: Episode 4

In spite of sickness and fear around him, Sam has one of the best nights of his life.

Book at Bedtime: Daphne du Maurier - Jamaica Inn: Episode 9

Book at Bedtime: Daphne du Maurier - Jamaica Inn: Episode 9

Mary decides to turn to Squire Bassat for assistance, but makes a shocking discovery.

Thames Crossings: Words and Flesh

Thames Crossings: Words and Flesh

In Cookham, Piers views the river through the work of his favourite artist Stanley Spencer

World at One: 18/09/2014

World at One: 18/09/2014

National and international news with Martha Kearney.

You and Yours: Debt Letters; GP Reform; Pension Liberation; Unworn School Uniform

You and Yours: Debt Letters; GP Reform; Pension Liberation; Unworn School Uniform

Winifred Robinson explores how the big six energy firms differ on debt letters.

Home Front: 18 September 1914 - Ralph Winwood

Home Front: 18 September 1914 - Ralph Winwood

A momentous day for the Winwood household.

News Summary: 18/09/2014

News Summary: 18/09/2014

The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.

News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 18/09/2014

News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 18/09/2014

National and international news and the shipping forecast.

Afternoon Drama: Ewa Banaszkiewicz - SBLT (Single But Living Together)

Afternoon Drama: Ewa Banaszkiewicz - SBLT (Single But Living Together)

A separated couple attempt to live together, but sticking to a list of rules proves hard.

Heaven and Earth: Le Ly Hayslip

Heaven and Earth: Le Ly Hayslip

Writer Le Ly Hayslip tells how she survived the Vietnam war and its aftermath.

Crossing Continents: Ivory Coast's School for Husbands

Crossing Continents: Ivory Coast's School for Husbands

In one remote district in Ivory Coast, men are going back to school. Lucy Ash reports.

Afternoon Reading: A Little More Love in the Afternoon: Thursdays

Afternoon Reading: A Little More Love in the Afternoon: Thursdays

By Adele Parks. A single friend's advice causes married Ginny to make a startling decision

15 Minute Drama: Queens of Noise: Rip It Up: Episode 4

15 Minute Drama: Queens of Noise: Rip It Up: Episode 4

Sam has to read the riot act after securing legendary producer Thomas Monmouth.

Woman's Hour: Chrissie Hynde; Author Kathy Reichs

Woman's Hour: Chrissie Hynde; Author Kathy Reichs

Chrissie Hynde on finally going solo. Plus best-selling author Kathy Reichs.

Daily Service: 18/09/2014

Daily Service: 18/09/2014

Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by the Rev Dr Kirsty Thorpe.

Book of the Week: Please, Mr Postman: Episode 4

Book of the Week: Please, Mr Postman: Episode 4

Alan juggles an idyllic rural post round with increasing union activism.

Archive on 4: Media and the Middle East

Archive on 4: Media and the Middle East

Why does the Arab-Israeli conflict attract so much media attention? With John Lloyd.

Today: 18/09/2014

Today: 18/09/2014

Morning news. Includes Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.

John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme: Edinburgh 2012

John Finnemore's Souvenir Programme: Edinburgh 2012

John Finnemore presents a special edition of his sketch show, recorded in Edinburgh.

Afternoon Reading: Alice Munro - Too Much Happiness: Free Radicals

Afternoon Reading: Alice Munro - Too Much Happiness: Free Radicals

A newly widowed woman must look to the wife she replaced when a stranger threatens her.

Farming Today: UK Dairy Day

Farming Today: UK Dairy Day

Farming Today broadcasts from the first UK Dairy Day, at Telford in Shropshire.

Tweet of the Day: Superb Lyrebird

Tweet of the Day: Superb Lyrebird

Sir David Attenborough presents the superb lyrebird of eastern Australia.

News Briefing: 18/09/2014

News Briefing: 18/09/2014

News from BBC Radio 4.

Prayer for the Day: 18/09/2014

Prayer for the Day: 18/09/2014

Spiritual reflection to start the day with writer and broadcaster Anna Magnusson.

Shipping Forecast: 18/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 18/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

Shipping Forecast: 18/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 18/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

Midnight News: 18/09/2014

Midnight News: 18/09/2014

The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.

Lives in a Landscape: Series 14: The Wedding

Lives in a Landscape: Series 14: The Wedding

A fly-on-the-wedding cake documentary about Mimi and Ryan's big day.

Mordrin McDonald: 21st Century Wizard: Series 3: Election Fever

Mordrin McDonald: 21st Century Wizard: Series 3: Election Fever

Mordrin finally has an opportunity to get a seat on the Wizard Council.

Jigsaw: Series 2: Episode 4

Jigsaw: Series 2: Episode 4

Dan Antopolski, Tom Craine and Nat Luurtsema piece together a rapid-fire sketch show.

Elvenquest: Series 3: Episode 4

Elvenquest: Series 3: Episode 4

The Questers help King Baldwin the Jovial, who is being terrorised by a terrible creature.

Book at Bedtime: The Children Act: Episode 8

Book at Bedtime: The Children Act: Episode 8

'All of life and love that lie ahead'.

The World Tonight: 17/09/2014

The World Tonight: 17/09/2014

Scottish voters prepare to go to the polls in the referendum. Presented by Ritula Shah.

Costing the Earth: El Nino: Driving the Planet's Weather

Costing the Earth: El Nino: Driving the Planet's Weather

Weatherman Peter Gibbs investigates the global impact of the weather phenomenon El Nino.

Four Thought: Series 4: Judgement at Last

Four Thought: Series 4: Judgement at Last

Tiffany Jenkins argues that we need more judgement about quality in art, culture and life.

Future Proofing: The Immortality of the Crab

Future Proofing: The Immortality of the Crab

To be human is to seek immortality. Tom Shakespeare daydreams about everlasting life.

Front Row: Joan Baez, BBC National Short Story award shortlist, Hamlet

Front Row: Joan Baez, BBC National Short Story award shortlist, Hamlet

John Wilson talks to singer Joan Baez and Hollywood screenwriter James Schamus.

The Archers: 17/09/2014

The Archers: 17/09/2014

David is worried about Ruth.

Off the Page: Gambling

Off the Page: Gambling

Victoria Coren, Henry Peevers and Jude Collins discuss the eternal appeal of Lady Luck.

Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation: Series 10: How to Eat Food

Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation: Series 10: How to Eat Food

Jeremy picks up the topic of food with the chopsticks of enquiry then drops it by mistake.

Six O'Clock News: 17/09/2014

Six O'Clock News: 17/09/2014

National and international news from BBC Radio 4.

PM: 17/09/2014

PM: 17/09/2014

Full coverage and analysis of the day's news.

Shipping Forecast: 17/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 17/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

The Media Show: Mike Darcey, CEO of News UK; the role of the press in Scotland; Ofcom on London Live

The Media Show: Mike Darcey, CEO of News UK; the role of the press in Scotland; Ofcom on London Live

Ofcom director explains why it has rejected London Live's plans to change its licence.

The Educators: Sugata Mitra

The Educators: Sugata Mitra

Prof Sugata Mitra explains why children need more freedom to teach one another.

Patients Doing It for Themselves

Patients Doing It for Themselves

Vivienne Parry explores how patients are taking control of their own treatment.

Money Box Live: Relationships and Money

Money Box Live: Relationships and Money

Joining or splitting up? How do you manage money as a couple? Ruth Alexander takes calls.

Book of the Week: Andrew Solomon - Far From the Tree: Episode 3

Book of the Week: Andrew Solomon - Far From the Tree: Episode 3

A child of exceptional ability can present as many challenges to parents as any disability

Afternoon Drama: The Man Who Turned Into a Sofa

Afternoon Drama: The Man Who Turned Into a Sofa

A depressed man and the sofa that sorted him out. A true story of illness overcome.

15 Minute Drama: The Diary of Samuel Pepys: Series 6: Episode 3

15 Minute Drama: The Diary of Samuel Pepys: Series 6: Episode 3

Sam is busy with navy work, since England is now at war with the Dutch.

Book at Bedtime: Daphne du Maurier - Jamaica Inn: Episode 8

Book at Bedtime: Daphne du Maurier - Jamaica Inn: Episode 8

Witnessing bloodshed and horror on a wrecking trip, Mary escapes to seek help.

The Archers: 16/09/2014

The Archers: 16/09/2014

Hayley speaks her mind.

Thames Crossings: Pilgrimage

Thames Crossings: Pilgrimage

Piers visits Ewelme, a small village in the Chilterns, where his sister is buried.

World at One: 17/09/2014

World at One: 17/09/2014

National and international news with Martha Kearney.

You and Yours: Copycat websites, British designers, Dogs' homes

You and Yours: Copycat websites, British designers, Dogs' homes

How are UK dogs' homes making ends meet? Presented by Winifred Robinson.

Home Front: 17 September 1914 - Gabriel Graham

Home Front: 17 September 1914 - Gabriel Graham

Councillor Graham sees a new side to Folkestone.

Afternoon Drama: Terri-Ann Brumby - The Benefit of Time

Afternoon Drama: Terri-Ann Brumby - The Benefit of Time

Through past-life hypnosis, Debbie has come to believe she used to be Anne Boleyn.

Wordaholics: Series 3: Episode 3

Wordaholics: Series 3: Episode 3

Ed Byrne, Milton Jones, Hannah Gadsby and Natalie Haynes join chair Gyles Brandreth.

News Summary: 17/09/2014

News Summary: 17/09/2014

The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.

News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 17/09/2014

News Headlines; Shipping Forecast: 17/09/2014

National and international news and the shipping forecast.

Don't Log Off: Series 5: Enduring Love

Don't Log Off: Series 5: Enduring Love

Stories of relationships under pressure in Arkansas, Ghana and Slovakia.

Afternoon Reading: A Little More Love in the Afternoon: The Gift

Afternoon Reading: A Little More Love in the Afternoon: The Gift

By Santa Montefiore. Cara attends the sick bed of the man who broke her teenaged heart.

The Listening Project: Sarah and Natalie - Blind Faith

The Listening Project: Sarah and Natalie - Blind Faith

A mother and daughter remember how their prayers failed to cure misdiagnosed blindness.

15 Minute Drama: Queens of Noise: Rip It Up: Episode 3

15 Minute Drama: Queens of Noise: Rip It Up: Episode 3

Will the American tour end in tears or triumph?

Woman's Hour: Kate Hudson; Maternity Care; Enid Blyton; Women Against Fundamentalism

Woman's Hour: Kate Hudson; Maternity Care; Enid Blyton; Women Against Fundamentalism

Why are socially disadvantaged women missing out on maternity care? With Jenni Murray.

Daily Service: 17/09/2014

Daily Service: 17/09/2014

Christian worship with a Bible reading, prayer and music, led by John Forrest.

Book of the Week: Please, Mr Postman: Episode 3

Book of the Week: Please, Mr Postman: Episode 3

1974 and Alan, now a union activist, joins the Labour Party.

Publishing Lives: Series 2: Paul Hamlyn

Publishing Lives: Series 2: Paul Hamlyn

Robert McCrum explores the life of Paul Hamlyn, who brought colour to post-war Britain.

Today: 17/09/2014

Today: 17/09/2014

Morning news. Includes Sports Desk; Weather; Thought for the Day.

Great Lives: Series 34: Jonathan Meades on Edward Burra

Great Lives: Series 34: Jonathan Meades on Edward Burra

Writer Jonathan Meades nominates the English artist Edward Burra. Matthew Parris chairs.

Tom Wrigglesworth: Utterly at Odds with the Universe

Tom Wrigglesworth: Utterly at Odds with the Universe

Tom takes an emotional journey exploring his profound relationship with his granddad.

Farming Today: Scottish Referendum; Horse Meat

Farming Today: Scottish Referendum; Horse Meat

Anna Hill looks at the Scottish referendum and what it means for farmers.

Tweet of the Day: Red-Headed Woodpecker

Tweet of the Day: Red-Headed Woodpecker

David Attenborough presents the red-headed woodpecker found in North America.

News Briefing: 17/09/2014

News Briefing: 17/09/2014

News from BBC Radio 4.

Prayer for the Day: 17/09/2014

Prayer for the Day: 17/09/2014

Spiritual reflection to start the day with writer and broadcaster Anna Magnusson.

Shipping Forecast: 17/09/2014

Shipping Forecast: 17/09/2014

The latest shipping forecast.

Afternoon Drama: Anita Sullivan - Selfless

Afternoon Drama: Anita Sullivan - Selfless

A biker suffers amnesia after a road accident. But who is the stranger who rescues him?

Afternoon Reading: A Little More Love in the Afternoon: Chitting

Afternoon Reading: A Little More Love in the Afternoon: Chitting

By Elizabeth Buchan. A young girl discovers a different side to her stern grandmother.