with John Humphrys and Sue MacGregor , With the first of her reports this week from South Africa. How much has really changed in her home country?
7.25,8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Pauline Webb.
Chris Kelly hosts the return of the popular food and drink quiz at the Bailiffscourt Hotel in West Sussex. Guests include Oz Clarke , AntonyWorral Jhompson and Jennifer Paterson. Written by Simon Bullivant Producer Richard Wilson
First in this week's five-part dramatisation of the Agatha Christie novel, starring June Whitfield as Miss Marple and Francis Matthews as the Rev Leonard Clement.
1: Even the vicar detests a certain member of his flock. But murder seems to be carrying things a bit far. Dramatised by Michael Bakewell Director Enyd Williams
(For cast see tomorrow at 11.30am)
Rev Leonard Clement:
A five-part daily series in which
Meera Syal looks at friendships that have been forged against the odds. Today, South Africans Hugh Masekela and Bishop Trevor Huddleston , reflect on a background of exile. Producer Tony Phillips
The season continues with Hit the Heights! a glittering new revue from the 1920s, compiled by Brian Sibley. It features songs and sketches from Noël Coward, Cole Porter , Ivor Novello and others, many of which have not been seen or heard since their original performances.
Compered by the inimitable Mr John Moffatt and starring the incomparable Miss Elisabeth Welsh.
Featuring Una Stubbs , Nickolas Grace , Charles Kay , Cathy Sara , Nicholas Boulton , Michael Onslow , Peter Whitman and Rachel Atkins.
Musical direction Richard Holmes Director Glyn Dearman
Robert Louis Stevenson 's classic story of unleashed evil, starring
Alexander Morton as both Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, and Tom Fleming as Legion.
Dramatised by Robert Forrest
Music composed and played by David Dorward Director Patrick Rayner
Dr Jekyll/Mr Hyde:
I First of four programmes in which professionals who thrive on the rush of adrenalin talk to John Wilson.
1: Football Manager. Bobby Gould knows his job is only secure when his team is winning-"it's like living on a knife's edge'. Producer Emma Kingsley
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