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6.45* Business News With PETER DAY
7.00, 8.00 Today's News Read by BRYAN MARTIN
7.25*, 8.25* Sport
With GARRY RICHARDSON
7.45* Thought for the Day
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament
8.50* Your Letters
In the last of the present series, Christopher Dunkley , of the Financial Times, airs your comments about the BBC, its programmes and policies. Producer JEAN SNEDEGAR (Re-broadcast next Sunday) Write to: Feedback, BBC, London W1A4WW
In this six-part series,
John Timpson takes a wry look at the people, places and buildings in this green and pleasant land. 2: They Went That-a- Way
When the Romans brought the wayside milestones to Britain, they were used to measure the milia passum - 1,000 military paces. Today, of course, they and many other signposts around the country offer hints of much more gentle miles between some of the prettiest villages in England. producer MARJORIE LOFTHOUSE BBC Pebble Mill
John Howard presents the first of four programmes looking at the radical changes in the social security system which come into effect in April.
Areanyofyour family unemployed? On a low wage? On an occupational pension? A widow, a one-parent family, disabled or caring for someone who is? If so, they will probably be affected by the new legislation.
Today's You and Your Benefit looks at the difference it will make to the incomes of single people and childless couples. Producer BRIDGET OSBORNE
Listening Corner Let's Play It Again Presented by JANE HARDY and JOE DUNLOP. Stereo (R)
2.05 Let's Join In Harum-Scarum by JANE BARRY adapted by EDWARD KELSEY Recorded at the Radio4 Schools' Festival, Pebble Mill. Stereo (e)
2.25 The Song Tree The Amazing Secret Music-Maze (5) Written by BARRY GIBSON Presented by HILARY JAMES and SIMON MAYOR with PYEWACKETT. Stereo (R) (e)
2.40 Scottish Traditional Dancing Presented by BILL TORRANCE This week: A Wedding, Oban, Argyll BBC Scotland. Stereo (e)
Introduced by Jenni Mills
The programme that puts you in touch with politics and public affairs, fashion, finance and food. So who needs women's programmes? You do! Serial: Corporal Jack (5)
by ARNOLD BENNETT dramatised in six parts by PETER MACKIE and 3: 1870-71 While Constance prepares to share some exciting news with her husband, Samuel, a time of reckoning has arrived for Gerald and Sophia.
Directed by philip martin BBC Pebble Mill. Stem
Mme Foucault/Miss Insull:
Dick Povey /Clerk:
Tony Wilkinson pursues his quest for the ultimate local newspaper story in east London. The real Eastenders provide a vivid variety of stories of violence and mayhem - but there's a lighter side too, sought with some desperation by Hackney's hardened reporters. 2: The Hackney Gazette
Rescued kittens on page 1 - but routine murder rates page 14. Producer JULIAN HALE
Tom Boswell puts the extra spark into the Going Places charabanc, expertly steered by Clive Jacobs with a little extra direction from Alanah Martin. Road, rail, air or sea....if it moves, it's Going Places. Are you?
Producer IRENE MALLIS
Rosemary Hartill , the BBC's Religious Affairs
Correspondent, reports on the debates from this week's meeting in London of the Church of England's governing body, the General Synod. Researcher AMANDA HANCOX Producer CAROLINE DONNE
Chris Patten , mp, Minister for Overseas Aid
John Prescott , mp
Paddy Ashdown , mp
Katharine Whitehorn , columnist, the Observer tackle the issues raised by an audience in Rowhedge, Colchester, Essex
Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby Producer CAROLE STONE BBC Bristol
Makers of law, legal practitioners and those who serve the administration of justice all contribute to this topical weekly magazine about issues thrown up by the courts and by Parliament.
Presented by John Eidinow Producer ANTHONY MONCRIEFF
Raiders of the Lost Pharaoh
Searching for the lost Ark of the Covenant, the French archaeologist Pierre Montet made one of the richest discoveries in Egypt. Biblical clues led him to the city of Tanis in the Nile delta where he found the tombs of Psusennes I and other pharaohs unplundered for nearly 3,000 years. Along with Tutankhamun these are the only royal burials to be found intact. Who was Psusennes and what is the significance of Montet's discovery?
Barry Cunliffe investigates the continuing excavations at Tanis and the exhibition of golden funerary objects currently on display in Edinburgh.
Producer SIMON BROUGHTON
The weekly satire show that's almost as ridiculous as the news itself, with Bill Wallis
David Tate. Sally Grace and Royce Mills.
Written Dy MARK BURTON
JOHN OFARRELL. PAUL B. DAVIES STEVE PUNT, MIKE COLEMAN
BILL MATTHEWS. ROBERT UNFORD MAX HANDLEY. GED PARSONS PETER HICKEY. DAVID BADDIEL ROB NEWMAN. ALISON RENSHAW and others
Producer BILL DARE
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