Producer Tim Finney
with James Whitbourn.
with John Humphrys and Peter Hobday.
7.20 Listeners' Letters
7.25,8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Dr Paula Clifford.
Editor Philip Harding
with Russell Davies.
Producer Gill Pulsford
with Ken Bruce. Today's programme travels from the "garden of England", Kent, to the outskirts of Paris to visit some of the great building sites of Europe: the Channel
Tunnel and EuroDisney.
What changes will visitors to France encounter in 1992? Producer Sara Jane Hall
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with Ned Sherrin and the likes of Arthur Smith , Emma Freud and John Walters.
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with Peter Jenkins. Producer Dennis Sewell
Stephen Jessel presents the programme that meets the people of Europe. Editor Jolyon Monson
with Heather Payton. Producer Frances Macdonald
The antidote to panel games. In the chair
With Willie Rushton , Barry Cryer , Graeme Garden and Tim Brooke-Taylor . Piano Colin Sell.
Producer Jon Naismith. Stereo
The panel includes:
Virginia Bottomley, MP; Simon Hughes , MP; and Tom Sawyer. From Bedlington, Northumberland.
Jonathan Dimbleby. and at 2.00pm
Any Answers? [number removed]with Jonathan Dimbleby. Producers Anna Carragher and John Watkins
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Black Bartlemy's Treasure
Jeffery Farnol's swashbuckling novel of pirates, vengeance, love and death set in England and on a desert island.
Dramatised by Michael Bartlett, Director Glyn Dearman. Stereo
The Nobel Peace Prize
Gallery was opened in the Museum for Peace at Caen in northern France earlier this year. Peter van den
Dungen tells Shireen Shah about other museums for peace and discusses the need for one in Britain.
Dresden's Lord Mayor has appealed to the British to scrap plans to erect a statue in London to Sir
Arthur "Bomber" Harris, who planned the destruction of the German city.
John Miller examines the continuing controversy over Britain's bombing policy in the Second World War.
Producer John Knight
with Peter Evans.
Producer Peter Croasdale
Six programmes exploring the legacy of reputation inherited by succeeding generations from people who made headlines in their day.
5: The Lacemaker's
The dazzling Mrs Freda DudleyWardisnowa shadowy figure of 1930s high society, but for 16 years she was the discreet confidante and long-suffering mistress of the Prince of Wales. Her daughter Lady Angela Laycock recalls her "dashing, pretty mother and golden childhood". Presented by Roger Wilkes.
Producer Diana Stenson
The current affairs chat show in which
Patrick Hannan and his guests take a sceptical look at the week's events.
Producer Richard Thomas
with Bill Wallis ,
Millie Tiffin and Simon Gilman. Stereo
with Robert Robinson. Animated table talk inspired by current public and private preoccupations. Producer Michael Ember. Stereo
The Leaf and the Fig
Ficus ficus: Adam and Eve used its foliage as the original form of censorship; D H Lawrence invoked its sensuality. Paul Allen peers under the leaf and tastes the fruit of the fig tree in art and literature.
Producer Beaty Rubens. Stereo
A four-part dramatisation of Daphne du Maurier 's story of life on Bodmin Moor. 2: Mary believes she knows the terrible trade of Jamaica Inn, but Joss Merlyn , in a drunken stupor, reveals something far more evil than anything she could imagine.
Dramatised by Michael Bakewell Director Enyd Williams. Stereo
Rev Francis Davey:
First horse dealer:
Second horse dealer:
Sue MacGregor goes to Derbyshire to meet
Eric Wilkes , emeritus professor of community care and general practice at
Sheffield University, to talk about his life and work.
Presented by Brian Kay.
Producer David Gallagher. Stereo
led by Canon Eddie Neale. Stereo
Andrew Marr chairs the discussion programme that challenges its participants to think before they speak.
Producer Gwyneth Williams Stereo
The fourth of seven programmes that give foreigners a chance to express their views about Britain. Jane Walmsley. the American broadcaster and author of Brit-Think/
Ameri-Think, tries to explain British and American differences over attitudes to health and diet.
with two American musicians, pianist
Emanuel Ax and cellist
Yo Yo Ma , who talk about their solo careers and their successful duo partnership. Stereo
Simon Brett presents a mix of diary extracts. In 1937, Freya Stark reflects on the Orient and the Occident; the Rev
Francis Kilvert suffers the pangs of unrequited love in 1871;andinl667,Pepys is troubled by things going bump in the night.