Presented and produced by Tim Finney.
with James Whitbourn.
with Sue MacGregor and John Humphrys.
7.20 Listeners' Letters
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Umar Hegedus
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
with Cliff Morgan. Producer Nick Mullins
Presented by Bill Oddie.
Producer Sara Jane Hall. Stereo
Ned Sherrin and the likes of John Walters ,
Emma Freud and Arthur Smith. Producer Ian Gardhouse. Stereo
with Alastair Campbell ,
Political Editor of the Daily Mirror.
Producer Dennis Sewell
with Alison Mitchell. Producer Robert McKenzie
Chairman Nicholas Parsons with guests Clement Freud ,
Peter Jones , Caroline Quentin and Paul Merton.
Producer Sarah Smith.
Nick Clarke and guests
Menzies Campbell, MP, Liberal Democrat Defence Spokesman; Janet Daley , journalist;
Stephen Dorrell , MP, Financial
Secretary to the Treasury; and John Prescott , MP,
Shadow Transport Secretary. From
Producers Nick Utechin and Emma Selby
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Midwinter 1170. Thomas Becket is murdered at
Canterbury. Miracles occur at his shrine. But what became of his murderers? Peter Roberts 's play tells their story: an adventure that ranges across Europe to the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem.
Director Nigel Bryant.
Hugh de Morale:
William De Traci:
Stephen de Garlande:
Raymond of Tripoli:
Reynold of Kerak:
The fourth programme of a six-part series follows the life of Louise Michot , who has chosen to bring up her children in the Moroccan and Turkish quarter of Brussels. Louise throws light on the new
European political capital - far from being a model of social integration, but full of opportunities nevertheless.
Presented by David Lodge. Producer Sara Jane Hall. Stereo
Peter Evans reports on gene mapping in pigs. Producer Sue Broom
Long winter nights signal the beginning of a new year for Paul Heiney - but the end of this series.
Producer Marc Jobst
Annette Kobak invites six travellers to reflect on a journey.
4: Poet Kathleen Jamie tells what it's like to be a Scot in purdah in Pakistan. Reader Juliet Prew. Producer Kate McAll
A satirical review of the week's news with the Week Ending team.
Mark Steyn invites three opinionated guests into the BBC's studios on Fifth
Avenue, New York, to get the insiders' views of the big issues of the week in America - with the help of clips from American radio and TV. This week: advice on the range of options open to the single New
Yorker looking for a mate. Producer Hamish Mykura. Stereo
Dracula Re Vamped
As Francis Ford Coppola 's epic Dracula comes to the screen, Mark Burman talks to the director and looks into the cinematic history of the legend, from the early silent evocations with bulging eyes and sharpened teeth to the "surround scream" of the current film.
Producer Sarah Johnson.
Anzacs over England
Gloucestershire 1918 - two worlds meet as Australian airmen arrive to train as pilots.
David Goodland 's play was staged at the Swan Theatre, Worcester, last summer and is performed for radio by the original cast.
Music arranged and played by the cast
Director Pat Trueman. Stereo
2nd Lieut Jeff Rylands:
2nd Air Mechanic Vic Walsh:
Colonel Toby Watt:
Captain Les Driscol:
Presented by Brian Kay.
Producer Anthony Sellors. Stereo
led by Canon Eddie Neale. Stereo
John Humphrys is in Plymouth, testing the Western Morning News and the Birmingham
Evening Mail on the year that produced this quote: "I want to manage those four boys. It wouldn't take me more than two half days a week". Brian Epstein , record shop owner.
Producer Viv Black.
The prematurely retired John Walters fills his idle hours by thinking out loud about driving. He can't, but he does.
Producer Cathie Mahoney
with Alfia, Eleanora and Elvira Bekova : three professional musicians for whom politics and music became painfully entangled when they left the Soviet Union for the West. Stereo
4: Double Fantasy
If the brain is the most important sexual organ, and the imagination the most sensitive erogenous zone, why don't we know more about our sexual fantasies? In this series, men and women discuss their fantasy sex life, while experts try to explain the extraordinary diversity of sex in the head.
Producer Sukey Firth. Stereo