Producer Tim Finney
with James Whitbourn.
with John Humphrys and Sue MacGregor.
7.20 Listeners' Letters
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with the Rev James Jones.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
Editor Philip Harding
with Cliff Morgan. Producer Joanne Watson
with Ken Bruce.
This week: a special look at 'green' tourism with reports from the Antarctic, and Belize, where you pay to help rebuild the reefs.
Producer Sara Jane Hall
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Ned Sherrin hosts an hour of live interjections from the likes of Sandi Toksvig , Arthur Smith , Robert
Elms and Emma Freud.
with Andrew Marr.
Producer Dennis Sewell
Reflections of life and politics abroad. Producer Geoff Spink
with Louise Botting and Vincent Duggleby. Producer Frances Macdonald
The National Gulf Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving from Glasgow Cathedral, in the presence of H M the Queen. Preacher: The Most Rev John S Habgood , Archbishop of York. Introduced by Andrew McLellan.
Barry Took quizzes Richard Ingrams ,
Alan Coren and their guests in the last of the present series. Producer Diane Messias
The panel includes: Jack Straw , MP,
Charles Kennedy , MP, and the Rt Hon David Mellor , QC, MP. From Lydney,
Jonathan Dimbleby. and at 2.00pm
Any Answers? [number removed]with Jonathan Dimbleby. Producers Anna Carragher and Keith Jones
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Alan Ayckbourn 's celebrated trilogy, in which the intrepid librarian hero attempts to bring a little excitement and happiness into the lives of the womenfolk around him.
1: Table Manners
Adapted by Neville Teller
Director Gordon House. Stereo
A look at the more unwelcome kind of domestic creature, as Peter France meets the death-watch beetle and the household mite in a beautiful moated manor-house being renovated by the National Trust. Producer John Ruthven
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with Peter Evans.
What is happening in science? A weekly review of discoveries and developments. Producer Dee Palmer
Ferdinand Dennis talks to five people born in the colonies, now living in Britain.
3: Margaret Busby was once the youngest publisher in Britain, and for 20 years published books no one else would print. They made her and her authors into a success story.
with Bill Wallis , Sally Grace and Alistair McGowan.
Director Tracey Neale. Stereo
with Robert Robinson.
Producer Michael Ember. Stereo
The Mill on the Floss
A five-part dramatisation of George Eliot 's novel. 4: Loss and Love
Because of a long-standing feud between their families, Maggie and Philip Wakem have been meeting in secret. When Tom discovers this he feels angry and betrayed.
Pianist: Harold Rich.
Dramatised by Michelene Wandor Director Philip Martin. Stereo
Until recently the skirling of massed Scots pipe bands disguised the fact that a bewildering variety of pipes are made and played in the British Isles. These range from the highly sophisticated bellows-blown uillean pipes of Ireland, the sweet-toned small pipes of the Lowlands and Northumbria, and the strident English great pipe, to the Cornish pipes copied from a carved medieval pew-end in a church on Bodmin Moor.
Lucy Duran travels to Ireland, Scotland,
Northumbria and the south of England listening to great pipers of today. Producer Julian May. Stereo
More favourite melodies presented by Brian Kay.
Producer Sarah Devonald. Stereo
led by Canon Geoffrey Brown. Stereo
Stored in the Library of Congress. Washington are the letters from
Groucho Marx to presidents, comics, literary giants and his daughter's suitors.
Tony Staveacre introduces a selection of choice items from Groucho's postbag. Frank Ferrante is the voice of Groucho, and Peter Whitman is the voice of his correspondents, including Jerry Lewis , Eddie Cantor and T S Eliot.
Producer Susan Roberts. Stereo (A new series of Flywheel,
Shyster and Flywheel begins next Saturday)
The third of six talks by Charles Arnold-Baker , bom Wolfgang Werner von Blumenthal, a Prussian aristocrat, in which he reflects on the English society of which he became such a 'compleat' example.
with Roy Goodman and Peter Holman of the Parley of Instruments - and talks to them about the world of early music.
Miles and Millner visit the Albert Hall , Wembley Stadium and the local church, and reveal a great new musical talent.
With special guests
Jonathan Cecil , Flaminia Cinque,
Professor Jim Tavare and Anthony Crisp , music-maker of genius.
Producer Harry Thompson. Stereo