Twitter | Search | |
BBC Radio 4
Your friendly lockdown companion - documentaries, news, comedy and drama (and Joe Wicks), all in the app.
118,819
Tweets
8,070
Following
514,881
Followers
Tweets
BBC Radio 4 8h
From the mortician's slab. Mortem: a podcast, on
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 9h
If you've ever wanted to hear a forensic investigation of the Broadcasting House lifts, then do we have the podcast for you...
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 10h
All episodes of our amazing, spellbinding audiobook are on now.
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 10h
In 1953, PR and tobacco executives draw up a playbook to fight claims that smoking causes cancer. What they devised has since been used again and again. How They Made Us Doubt Everything - ‘Doubt is our product'.
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 11h
Do you have the scoop on this scoop? The needs your help to identify this mystery object.
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 11h
Meanwhile, gets stranger and stranger. In this episode they've got , the entirely uninvited and authentic neuroscientists David Eagleman and Gina Rippon. The whole splendid episode is on
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 12h
Replying to @BBCScum
Oops, thanks for the tip!
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 12h
Is there a book that's guaranteed to make you feel better? Bibliotherapy: the power books have to heal you.
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 13h
Nothing to do with Salami sausage. Is that clear? The 'You're Dead to Me' history podcast is back!
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 13h
Replying to @RadioTimes @bbcgenome
The story was from a huge series of 'career books for girls' from publisher Bodley Head. More about this episode of Children's Hour on
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 13h
On Children's Hour on this day in 1960, one of Bertha Lonsdale's Library Assistant stories, "in which two young library assistants are involved in a scuffle" according to the
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 retweeted
BBC Sounds 18h
“It definitely is a risky strategy”. On the latest … after that damaging Axios interview, and ask why President Trump keeps speaking to the press. Listen on BBC Sounds 🎧
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 14h
Oh my. Are you ready for the next episode?
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 14h
Can we recommend one from the year WE were born? How about Nine Simone Sings the Blues?
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 15h
Today's is for the charity Royal Life Saving Society UK (), presented by Johnny Ball Info:
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 15h
"By the time I left prison I had completed my first degree. I had also completed two further degrees at Masters level." - Stephen Akpabio-Klementowski An amazing film.
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 15h
Macbeth's insecurity about his sexual potency and the power of gender-swap Shakespeare
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 16h
This is phenomenal
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 16h
Why some of us click pens, doodle, jiggle our knees, tap and sway. Fidgeting is good for you.
Reply Retweet Like
BBC Radio 4 16h
We may all have an innate sense of direction 🧭
Reply Retweet Like