Presented and produced by Tim Finney.
James Whitboum in conversation with a special guest.
Producer Christine Morgan
with John Humphrys and Peter Hobday.
7.20 Listeners' Letters
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Umar Hegedus.
Cliff Morgan with news, issues and conversation from the sporting world. Producer Robin Bailey
The holiday and travel programme with Pete McCarthy. This week
Mike Bullen is on a French cookery course.
Producer Sara Jane Hall
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Ned Sherrin hosts an hour of live interjections from the likes of Robert Elms, Emma Freud and The Men Who Know.
Producer Ian Gardhouse. Stereo
with Chris Lowe.
On April 9th many hopeful politicians failed to get into Parliament and some seasoned MPs lost their seats. How are they faring now?
Producer Margaret Hill
BBC correspondents around the world give a personal view of their host countries.
Producer Geoff Spink
The latest news from the world of personal finance. Presenter Alison Mitchell.
The antidote to panel games.
In the chair: Humphrey Lyttelton.
Round the table: Willie Rushton , Tim Brooke-Taylor, Paul Merton and Barry Cryer.
On the piano: Colin Sell. Producer Jon Naismith.
The panel includes:
Virginia Bottomley MP, Secretary of State for Health,
Jonathon Porritt , environmental consultant, Tony Blair MP, Shadow Spokesman on Employment.
From Stockton on Tees. Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby.
And at 2.00pm
Any Answers? [number removed]
Your opportunity to call Jonathan Dimbleby with your views on the issues raised in this week's edition of Any Questions? Producers Nick Utechin and Lucy Cacanas
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Wilkinson David Pownall 's play is set in Liverpool at the time of the great cholera epidemic of 1832. It examines the life and work of a woman who was driven by a compulsion to help her fellow men, and who was hailed by many as a "saint" - Kitty Wilkinson
Songs composed and sung by Maddy Prior.
Director Martin Jenkins. Stereo
Tom, her husband:
John, her son:
In a series of fourprogrammes Dr David Cook discusses a particular medical dilemma with the people to whom it matters most - the doctor and the patient. 2: A GP's action at the birth of a premature baby sets off a chain of ethical dilemmas that brings the GP into conflict with the hospital doctors.
Producer Alison Bogle. Stereo
Cucumber sandwiches, black holes and chimpanzees are all used to promote the public understanding of science. That's according to the shortlist for the Science
Book Awards. Peter Evans talks to the writers and the judges.
Producer Julia Durbin
The Village on the Lake Michael Scott rediscovers an ancient world when he explores Flag Fen, a Bronze Age island village famous for its flag irises, timber, Soay sheep and spiders.
Producer Sarah Blunt
Patrick Hannan and his guests take a sceptical look at the week's events. Producer Richard Thomas
A satirical look back at the week's news with the Week Ending team.
with Robert Robinson. Animated table talk inspired by public and private preoccupations. Producer Ronni Davis. Stereo
Four Women Poets
Peggy Reynolds visits the homes of four women poets from the UK to talk about their poetry.
Producer Beaty Rubens. Stereo
Colin Haydn Evans' two-part serial tells the true story of the enigmatic Lawrence of Arabia.
1: The Arab Revolt
Director Nigel Bryant. Stereo
Auda abu Tayi:
In the last of this series
Richard Holmes talks to historian Simon Schama.
Presented by Brian Kay.
Producer Sarah Devonald. Stereo
Led by Canon Geoffrey Brown.
The three fab producers of Betty Boo, EMF and Morykante (and one esoteric theatrical type) net the natural sounds of modern life and turn them into music.
George Barber reports.
Bernard Braden ambles through the world of transatlantic humour in a series of six programmes. 3:
There's No-one with Endurance Like the Man who Sells Insurance.
Producer Edward Taylor. Stereo
with the Delme String Quartet.
May 29th marks the restoration of Charles II in 1660, a newly-crowned
Queen Victoria in 1838 and the arrest of Lord Haw
Haw in 1945 - all recorded in diaries of the day.
Presented by Simon Brett. Readers are Sean Barrett and Lin Sagovsky.