Presented by John Humphrys and Chris Lowe in London with Brian Redhead in Moscow As Mr Gorbachev and President Reagan meet for the Moscow Summit, Brian reports on the progress of the superpower talks and on perestroika in practice.
7.00,8.00 Today's News Read by DAVID SYMONDS
With GARRY RICHARDSON
7.30,8.30 News Summary
7.40*, 8.47* Today's Papers
7.45 In Perspective
8.35* Yesterday in Parliament Editor PHILIP HARDING
It's a bonanza weekend for rugby in the southern hemisphere, but have Wales beaten the mighty All Blacks? If you had a lie in, join
Cliff Morgan to discover if they'll be singing in the valleys today. Producer JOANNE WATSON
Why would you need silk
French knickers or spotty socks on the 6.15 to Surbiton?
The programme that decodes the way we live braves the station platform and the airport lounge to investigate the changing face of fashion. Presenter Sarah Dunant Producer JANICE HADLOW
by SAMUIL ALYOSHIN translated by MICHAEL GLENNY withand
Dmitry Nikolaevich is a distinguished lawyer practising in Moscow. One day, in a town on the Black Sea, he and a colleague see Lyuba, a beautiful tourist guide.... Dmitry writes to her, discovers she is really an actress and decides to help her. Directed by PETER KING. Stereo (R)
4.30 Not So Long Ago: Series 2 The last of eight programmes about modern world history presented by GEOFFREY STERN Allende's Chile, 1970-3 Producer DAVID ROGERS (First broadcast on the BBC World Service) (e) Text of all eight programmes, £5.50; texts of Series land 2, £9.00. Cheques, payable to BBC. to: [address removed]
5.00 Man Masters Nature Twenty-five centuries of science 8: Programming Body and Mind GEOFF WATTS discusses the achievements of Alan Turing , Francis Crick and James Watson With DR ANDREW HODGES and DR EDWARD YOXEN. Stereo (R) (e) For afactsheet write with large sae to: [address removed]
5.30 Get By in Greek The last of five programmes with CHRISTINA COUCOUNARA and YORGOS YANNOULOPOULOS Eating out Course writer DAVID HARDY Series producer CHRISTOPHER STONE
Four programmes featuring Jenny Cuffe in conversation with people who now find themselves outside the world to which they once belonged. 2: John Crawford-Leighton Twelve years ago
John Crawford-Leighton was a busy Roman Catholic priest. Then he met Angela ...
Right Ho, Jeeves by P g. WODEHOUSE adapted by PAT HOOKER with and All down to Aunt Dahlia's home in the country to sort out newt-loving, moon-swooning lovers. Bertie thinks he has the answers and Jeeves seems to have lost his marbles.
Directed by PETER KING. Stereo
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In 1942, as part of the war effort, a small group of women was recruited to work on the canal boats carrying cargo from the London docks to the Midlands. They were christened 'idle women' from the initials of the Inland Waterways.
Libby Purves talks to some of these 'trainees' about their far-fromidle life on the boats. Producer BRIDGET CARTER BBC Manchester
Dive into a thick, warming bowl of Saturday-Night Fry with Stephen Fry and his regular team
Hugh Laurie, Jim Broadbent and Emma Thompson
This week's guest is Emma's mum Phyllida Law
Written by STEPHEN FRY
Additional material by IAN BROWN and JAMES HENDRIE
Producer DAN PATTERSON. Stereo
Live, funny, live, funny, live, funny, live, funny. OK? Starring Guy Jackson
Steve Punt. Flip Webster and Hugh Dennis
Songs and music by GUY JACKSON Written by STEVE PUNT with additional material by HUGH DENNIS GUY JACKSON , FLIP WEBSTER and producer DAVID TYLER. Stereo
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