Including: the Royal Welsh Show; Robert Pool at the Nantwich
Cheese Show; and taking the milk temperature before next week's Milk Board annual meeting. Producer Tim Finney
with James Whitbourn Stereo
with Peter Hobday and John Humphrys. Including
7.20 Listeners' Letters
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with the Rev
Dr Leslie Griffiths Editor Philip Herding
Cliff Morgan with news, issues and conversations from the sporting world. Producer Andy Gillies
The holiday and travel programme presented by Julian Pettifer with travel expert Nigel Coombs.
A variety every week of sunshine and sand, mountains and lakes, short breaks at home and adventures abroad. Producer Irene Mallis
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Ned Sherrin is back with live guests, as well as Robert Elms, Victoria Mather , Emma Freud , Richard Jobson , Craig Charles , Arthur Smith and Sandi Toksvig. Producer Charlie Bunce Stereo
Robin Oakley , Political Editor of The Times, presents a personal view of a week in the life of MPsand peers.
Producer Dennis Sewell
The last in the present series of the programme that covers Europe, its people and events.
Produced by the Europhile team
Unmuddling Your Money
The third of four programmes in which people reveal how they manage their personal and family finances, and are offered some advice on how they might be able to do it better. Presented by Heather Payton. Producer Rod Pounsett
The last programme in the present series. Chairman Barry Took with guests Richard Ingrams, John Wells and Clive Anderson. Producer Armando Iannucci
(John Wells is also featured at 3.45 this afternoon)
The panel: RtHon
Kenneth Baker , MP Bea Campbell
Robin Cook , MP and Barbara Amiel from Gateshead, Tyne and Wear.
James Naughtie. and at 2.00pm
Any Answers? [number removed]Call James Naughtie with views on the issues raised in Any Questions? Producers Anna Carragher and Keith Jones
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Hedley looks forward to a holiday with his mother in a hotel she manages in Norfolk. But life is not easy for a divorcee in England in the 50s.
Written by Philip Norman.
Director Peter Kavanagh Stereo (R)
Six personalities talk to Trevor Barnes about their upbringing as children of the clergy. 5: Writer, satirist and comic actor John Wells grew up as the son of the Rural Dean of Bognor Regis. Today he remembers the humour of his early life.
Producer Christine Morgan Stereo
Four programmes in which over-60s talk frankly about romantic and sexual love.
3: 'I got so low I just had to have a holiday so I booked myself on this singles weekend.' Producer Sukey Firth Stereo (R)
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4.00 and 6.30pm to talk to a counsellor
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It goes like a bomb, rings like a bell and rides an 11-year cycle.
As the sun burns its brightest, Peter Evans talks to scientists about its shocks and surprises. Producer Peter Croasdale
Sue MacGregor talks to baritone Thomas Allen. Stereo
Director Adrian Bean. Stereo
with Robert Robinson
Producer Michael Ember. Stereo
With Dinsdale Landen as a low-lifer whose brother has been elected Pope. A comedy by Steve Walker.
Brian Kay returns with more popular melodies.
Producer Sarah Devonald. Stereo
led by the Rev
Stephen Oliver. Stereo
A chance to check your gardening knowledge. Stereo
The last of six programmes in which Christina Hardyment takes Marjorie Lofthouse around places connected with children's stories:
Swallows and Amazons and the Lake District. Producer Julia Gillett
Guest Lynsey de Paul Stereo (Broadcastlast Tuesday)
More comedy as Arnold gets enterprising. With Christopher Campbell , David Charles and Emma Garner-Clarke .
Producer Paul Z Jackson. Stereo