With the Rt Rev Tom Wright.
Mark Holdstock samples traditional English ales.
With James Naughtie and Edward Stourton. Guest editor Damon Albarn.
6.25,7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rev Angela Tilby.
Melvyn Bragg discusses the Nicene Creed and the forging of Christianity with Martin palmer, Caroline Humfress and Andrew Louth.
Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
Podcast available at [web address removed]
Led by Clair Jaquiss. Lord, You Were Rich Beyond All Splendour (Bergers). 1 John 4,
W7-12. The Marvellous Birth (Chilcott). God Is Love: His the Care (Theodoric, arr Hoist).
4/5. As the religious climate begins to alter, Henry VIII commemorates his wives in art, and the stained glass at King's College Chapel provides a history of the period. For details see Christmas Eve Repeated at 12.30am
With Jenni Murray.
10.45 MR James at Christmas 4/5. The Woman's Hour drama.
For details see drama repeat at 7.45pm.
8/10. Reports from around the world offering an in-depth examination of the major international stories. Editor Maria Balinska
Malcolm McLaren salutes the outrageous, egocentric populariser of surrealism,
Salvador Dali. He travels to Dali's house and Theatre Museum in Spain on the trail of the artist who was the first to embrace publicity and mass media. Producer Susan Marling
John Waite revisits Face the Facts reports from the past year to discover how compensation claims from British patients against a US drugs giant have been dismissed. Plus reaction from interpreters Who have worked for the British in Iraq.
News and analysis, with Shaun Ley.
Repeated from Saturday 22 December at 6.07am
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
Sam, a successful advertising agent, has mislaid the woman he loves. Peter Souter's feel-good comedy about a man feeling bad.
Barbara Myers and her guest, paediatric dietician Paul Sacher , take questions on childhood obesity from parents and children. Producer Beth Eastwood
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Repeated from Sunday 23 December at 7.55am: Repeated tomorrow at 11.55pm
3/4. The Happy Prince. A love-sick swallow and a once-golden statue form a heart-breaking, emotional bond. Oscar Wilde 's short story is read by Bernard Cribbins. For details see Christmas Day
The history of the arrival and survival of the navel orange in the United States and how it transformed the citrus industry in southern California. Producer Sheena Duncan
Repeated from Sunday 23 December at 4pm
Quentin Cooper invites a panel of scientists to answer a selection of listeners' questions.
An irreverent romp through Radio 4's broadcasting history, hosted by Stephen Fry and Matt Lucas. With writers from Dead
Ringers, The News Quiz and The Now Show, and guests, including Sue Perkins ,
Michael Fenton Stevens , Dave Lamb and Richie Webb. producer Julia McKenzie
Shula lends some sisterly support.
For cast see Friday 4 January Rptd tomorrow at 2pm
Mark Lawson reports on how some of the year's most successful sculpture has been found in the open air, and meets artists, including Antony Gormley , Anthony Caro and Andy Goldsworthy. Producer Robyn Read Podcast: weekly highlights available at www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/arts/frontrow
When a couple remove an ancient post from their back garden, it opens a doorway to the turbulent past.
For details see Christmas Eve.
Repeated from 10.45am.
2/2. Amid mounting concerns about the effects of cannabis on teenagers, Winifred Robinson examines the supply of the drug among the young. Producer Sue Mitchell
2/9. Men in White. Is bigger always better in commercial research and development? Peter Day visits the giant laboratories of General Electric and Philips in New York and Eindhoven, respectively. Producer Neil Koenig Repeated on Sunday 30 December at 9.30pm
Padcast available at www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/news/ inbusiness/inbusiness.shtml
2/2. The Epigenetic Legacy. Until recently, the patterns of epigenetic marks on our DNA were thought to be fixed - but it's now been discovered they can change during people's lifetimes, and that some of those changes play a role in disease, particularly cancer. Edi Stark discovers how understanding epigenetic genes could revolutionise medicine. Producer Monise Durrani
Shortened repeat from 9am
National and international news and comment, presented by Paul Moss.
4/10. Lord Peter goes fishing for clues in a well and finds the rantings of dim-witted Potty Peake more revealing than most.
By Dorothy L Sayers. For details see Christmas Eve
3/4. Dating Again. Jo takes an acidic look at speed-dating and arranged marriages. Starring Jo Caulfield , with Simon Greenall , Moray Hunter and Marian Pashley. Written by Jo Caulf ield and Kevin Anderson. Producer Neil Mossey
Financial expert Alvin Hall looks at the rags-to-riches story of rap star Jay-Z who escaped the Brooklyn ghetto to acquire an empire worth$320 million. He looks at how Jay-Z built his personal fortune from scratch and how big-name American brands are now hiring his business savvy to help them too. Producer Richard Fenton-Smith
:The King's Glass 4/5. Repeated from 9.45am