Market prices and intelligence, the weather and what's new for farmers.
Producers ROBIN HICKS and GARTH COOPER
Outlook: reflecting matters of Christian interest and concern VHF Regional news and weather
6.55 Today's listening; weather
Radio 4 fills you in on the political scene at home and abroad.
9.5 From Our Own Correspondent
BBC correspondents throughout the world report on the societies they live in - the politics and the people.
9.30 The Week in Westminster
Parliamentarians discuss the week's business with ROBERT
10.2 Between the Lines
NIGEL REES invites journalists to confront their readers and the people they have written about in the press this week. Narrator JOHN HEDGES
Producers PADDY O'KEEFFE
DAVID WALTER and ANNE SLOMAN
Anne Gregg and Norman Tozer host an hour's miscellany of chat, fact - and fiction.
And STEPHEN THORNE reads Enoch's Two Letters by ALAN SILLITOE , abridged by JANET QUIGLEY
Produced by the Woman's Hour Unit
Come Away. Come Away by MAVOR MOORE with Robert Harris and Annabel Lanyon
An old man. seated in a park. gets into conversation with a little girl but they speak strangely and of sad things ...
Guitarist STEVE GAUNA
Produced and directed by DAVID H. GODFREY
(Repeated: Wed 11.30 am)
An old man:
A little girl:
Unpredictable table-talk bounced off the week's crop of sense and/or nonsense, with observers of, and contributors to, the current social, artistic and political scene.
Musical intervals by INSTANT SUNSHINE
Producer MICHAEL EMBER
Martin Jarvis and Tony Britton in Other Paths to Glory by Anthony Price adapted for radio by Alison Plowden.
Why is it that anyone who has any kind of connection with one particular attack on the Somme front in 1916 - the fatal assault upon Bouillet Wood and the so-called Prussian Redoubt-is now being murdered?
(Repeated: Monday 3.5 pm)
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