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About BBC Radio 4

Listen online to the internet radio of BBC Radio 4 live, which has more than 10 million weekly listeners, thus the second most popular radio in the United Kingdom right after the BBC Radio 2. The station almost completely leaves out music programmes, so works with almost solely speech related programmes, it pursues a deeper insight into a more thoughtful viewpoint through world politics, domestic politics, journalism, and keep up the diversity with refreshing comedy, and gripping readings and drama, but the arts, science, and history topics are also the parts of the talkative programme structure. The station offers shipping forecasts, news, and weather reports regularly. At night, from 1:00am to 5:20am, a selection of BBC World Service is broadcasted.
The breakfast show of BBC Radio Four is the "Today" programme, which is the most popular in the schedule of the broadcaster. On weekdays from 6am to 9am and on Saturdays from 7am to 9am Today brings national and international news and affairs, sports, and weather under the scope. Furthermore Today has a three-minute slot around 7:45am for the "Thought for the Day", which is an inspirational thought pack from religious thinkers. Most of the existing religions are represented in this block, and most times the broadcasted thought has some context with one of the main events of the day. "Today" programme's presenters are Justin Webb, Martha Kearney, Mishal Husain and Nick Robinson.

BBC Radio 4 's slogan: "Intelligent speech, the most insightful journalism, the wittiest comedy, the most fascinating features and the most compelling drama and readings anywhere in UK radio"

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BBC Radio 4 frequencies

Aberdare area, South Wales - 104.7 FMAberdeen - 1449 MWAberdeenshire - 95.3 FMAberfeldy - 103.9 FMAbergavenny & Usk Valley - 93.1 FMAbersychan - 92.9 FMAbertillery - 93.4 FMAlexandria - 104.1 FMAmbleside - 92.7 FMAnglesey - 103.6 FMAngus - 94.9 FMAxminster - 93.9 FMAyrshire - 104.3 FMBakewell - 94.2 FMBallachulish - 94.7 FMBallycastle - 93.2 FMBarmouth area, Gwynedd - 104.8 FMBarnoldswick area - 94.1 FMBasingstoke - 94.5 FMBath - 93.4 FMBeds - 94.5 FMBelfast - 720 MWBerks - 93.9 FMBerwick-upon-Tweed - 93.0 FMBetws-y-Coed - 104.9 FMBexhill - 94.6 FMBlaenavon - 92.9 FMBlairgowrie - 95.5 FMBodmin area, Cornwall - 93.2 FMBorder Coast - 104.6 FMBorder Region - 103.9 FMBradford - 92.9 FMBrecon - 104.7 FMBrighton - 94.5 FMBristol - 93.7 FMBristol area - 94.3 FMBucks - 93.9 FMBurnley - 94.6 FMBuxton - 94.4 FMCalne - 92.6 FMCambridge area - 93.3 FMCambs - 94.5 FMCampbeltown - 95.2 FMCarlisle - 1485 MWCarmarthen - 95.5 FMCarmarthenshire - 92.8 FMCaterham - 94.1 FMCentral Lancashire - 93.0 FM
You can follow the broadcast on the traditional FM analogue radio way, on 92-95 FM, and on 103-105 FM in the territory of the United Kingdom. There is long wave availability on 198 LW, and a restricted medium wave availability. The radio is also available on the digital ways like DAB Digital Radio and DigitalTV, we recommend the online radio stream.
DigitalTV: Freeview: Channel 704 (broadcasting the FM schedule only),
Freesat: Channel 704 for FM schedule, 710 for LW schedule
Sky: Channel 0104 for FM schedule, 0143 for LW schedule
Virgin: Channel 904 for FM schedule, 911 for LW schedule
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Sue Perkins to host Just a Minute on BBC Radio 4
Broadcaster, comedian and writer Sue Perkins is the next host of BBC Radio 4’s Just a Minute programme. As a recent guest host and 58-time panellist, Sue takes the host’s chair for the 87th series of Just a Minute, to keep in check fellow long-time participants Paul Merton, Gyles Brandreth and many more all bringing their linguistic A-game to proceedings...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 20.07.2021
The Poet Laureate Has Gone to His Shed returns to Radio 4
Simon Armitage is heading down the garden path for a second series of The Poet Laureate Has Gone to His Shed on Radio 4. Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr, accompanied by his 12-string acoustic, will be Simon’s first guest. Later in the series the Yorkshire Shepherdess Amanda Owen, West End theatre director John Tiffany, broadcaster, DJ and gardener Jo Whiley, author JK Rowling and poet Imtiaz Dharker all pay Simon a visit – with further guests to be announced...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 16.06.2021
Kirsty Wark to explore Scotland in new BBC Radio 4 series
Kirsty Wark is to explore Scotland’s literary landscape in a new four-part series for BBC Radio 4. Starting on 24 June, each episode will explore Scotland’s past and present literary landscape, produced by Brian McCluskey and Whistledown Scotland. Kirsty will unpick how Scottish authors distinctively and sometimes controversially reflect the perception of their country, and asks if literature still has an influence on the country’s national image...More >>
radiotoday.co.uk - 15.06.2021
Bill Bailey leads new comedy special on BBC Radio 4
Comedian, actor, musician and Strictly winner Bill Bailey is taking the lead in a brand new Radio 4 comedy special called Hennikay. Bill plays Guy Starling, a middle-aged man who, after 45 years, suddenly meets up with his imaginary childhood friend, Hennikay. Written by David Spicer, the cast also features Sanjeev Bhaskar (Goodness Gracious Me) and Elizabeth Carling (Casualty). It’s the biggest day in his career and he is on the brink of closing the biggest...More >>
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BBC Radio 4 celebrates Bob Dylan’s 80th birthday
BBC Radio 4 is marking the 80th birthday of Bob Dylan with a series of essays, an original audio drama and a documentary. From Monday 17th May Professor Sean Latham presents It Ain’t Me You’re Looking For: Bob Dylan at 80. Latham is Director of the Institute for Bob Dylan Studies at the University of Tulsa, and in this five part series, illustrated with music, he looks closely at the songs and draws on the Bob Dylan Archive, including material never broadcast before...More >>
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BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour programme extended
Woman’s Hour will become an hour-long show as it reaches its 75th anniversary later this year. The change comes after new presenters Emma Barnett and Anita Rani took the reins in January. Karen Dalziel, Editor of Woman’s Hour said: “Woman’s Hour may be nearly 75 years old but there’s still so much to talk about! It’s fantastic to have more time dedicated to the issues that really matter in women’s lives...More >>
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Jane Garvey returns with Life Changing interviews
Jane Garvey returns to Radio 4 this April with her new interview series: Life Changing. In this new programme, Jane meets people who have experienced extraordinary moments that have set their lives on an entirely different course. Each of the seven episodes in this first series will offer Radio 4 listeners a personal insight into some of the darkest and most uplifting moments in human life. Jane Garvey said: “You can talk to some of the most famous people in the world but everybody knows..."More >>
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BBC Radio 4's schedule23

00:00 - Midnight News
23/07/2021
The latest news and weather forecast from BBC Radio 4.
00:30 - Vaxxers by Professor Sarah Gilbert and Dr Catherine Green
Ep 4 - Scaling up production of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine.
4/5 Prof Sarah Gilbert and Dr Catherine Green on scaling up manufacture of the vaccine.
00:48 - Shipping Forecast
23/07/2021
The latest weather reports and forecasts for UK shipping.
01:00 - Selection of BBC World Service Programmes
23/07/2021
A selection of BBC World Service news and current affairs, arts and science programmes
05:20 - Shipping Forecast
23/07/2021
The latest weather reports and forecasts for UK shipping.
05:30 - News Briefing
23/07/2021
The latest news from BBC Radio 4
05:43 - Prayer for the Day
23/07/2021
A spiritual comment and prayer to begin the day with Zahid Hussain
05:45 - Farming Today
23/07/2021
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside.
05:58 - Tweet of the Day
Christmas Shearwater
On Christmas Day, Sir David Attenborough presents the Christmas shearwater.
06:00 - Today
23/07/2021
News and current affairs, including Sports Desk, Weather and Thought for the Day.
09:00 - Desert Island Discs
Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill, athlete
Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill, Olympian, shares the soundtrack of her life with Lauren Laverne.
09:45 - Vaxxers by Professor Sarah Gilbert and Dr Catherine Green
Ep 5 - From clinical trials to vaccine rollout
5/5 Prof Sarah Gilbert and Dr Catherine Green on waiting for the vaccine trial results.
10:00 - Woman's Hour
23/07/2021
Women's voices and women's lives - topical conversations to inform, challenge and inspire.
11:00 - The Spark
Henry Marsh and terminal illness
Helen Lewis meets people offering radical solutions to the big problems of our times.
11:30 - Ashley Blaker: 6.5 Children
The Special Ones
3/4 In episode three, Ashley Blaker reflects on raising children with special needs.
12:00 - News Summary
23/07/2021
National and international news from BBC Radio 4
12:04 - Bullfight by Yasushi Inoue
Episode 5
5/5 Rain is forecast for the big day.
12:18 - You and Yours
23/07/2021
News and discussion of consumer affairs
12:57 - Weather
23/07/2021
The latest weather forecast
13:00 - World at One
23/07/2021
Forty-five minutes of news, analysis and comment, with Edward Stourton.
13:45 - Ingenious
The Eyeball Gene
Find out what you're made of, one gene at a time - with Dr Kat Arney
14:00 - The Archers
22/07/2021
Ian’s suspicions are raised.
14:15 - Drama
Variations on a Theme by Neil Armstrong
Radio 4 drama Variations on a Theme by Neil Armstrong, written by Michael Symmons Roberts.
15:00 - Gardeners' Question Time
Horatio's Garden, London & South East: Postbag Edition
Peter Gibbs and the panel are at Horatio's Garden, London and South East.
15:45 - Short Works
Personal Growth
When a woman starts getting bigger and bigger, she must reassess how and where to exist.
16:00 - Last Word
23/07/2021
Matthew Bannister tells the life stories of people who have recently died.
16:30 - Feedback
23/07/2021
Radio 4's forum for comments, queries, criticisms and congratulations
17:00 - PM
23/07/2021
Afternoon news and current affairs programme.
18:00 - Six O'Clock News
23/07/2021
The latest national and international news from BBC Radio 4.
18:30 - Party's Over
Pilot
What next for Britain's shortest serving and least popular PM? Stars Miles Jupp.
19:00 - Front Row
23/07/2021
Live magazine programme on the worlds of arts, literature, film, media and music
19:45 - The Northern Bank Job
Episode Ten: This Country
10/10 Belfast writer Glenn Patterson has unfinished business with the 2004 Northern Bank robbery
20:00 - Any Questions?
Lord Forsyth, Angela Haggerty, Baroness Kennedy QC, Michael Russell
Chris Mason presents political debate from Campbeltown Picture House in Argyll and Bute.
20:50 - A Point of View
23/07/2021
Weekly reflections on topical issues from a range of contributors.
21:00 - Archive on 4
A Brief History of Disobedience
Joe Queenan offers a Brief History of Disobedience, follow up to Blame, Anger and Shame.
22:00 - The World Tonight
23/07/2021
In depth reporting, intelligent analysis and breaking news from a global perspective
22:45 - Bullfight by Yasushi Inoue
Episode 5
5/5 Rain is forecast for the big day.
23:00 - A Good Read
Vanessa Redgrave and Eileen Atkins
Two acting greats advocate for their favourite books.
23:30 - Today in Parliament
23/07/2021
News, views and features on today's stories in Parliament.