Presented and produced by Carol Trewin.
with James Whitbourn and his guest. Producer Christine Morgan
with Sue MacGregor and John Humphrys.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Rev Dr Colin Morris.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
Bryon Butler with news, issues and conversation from the sporting world.
Presented by Eddie Mair. Producer Jill Thomas
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with Ned Sherrin , guests and regulars. Producer Dirk Maggs
Michael White of The Guardian presents a personal view of a week in the life of MPs and peers.
Producer Dennis Sewell
Presented by Gordon Clough.
Europhile returns this week with a report on the battle in the Italian media to win hearts, minds and votes ahead of this month's general elections, and how playing the stock exchange has become the latest pastime in Poland.
Producer Anna Carragher
Presented by Alison Mitchell. Producer Sarah Pennells
Join chairman Nicholas Parsons for the last of the series. Guests Peter Jones , Paul Merton , Stephen Fry and Jan Ravens try to talk for a minute without hesitation, repetition or deviation.
Producer Sarah Smith
Margaret Beckett , MP, deputy leader of the Labour Party; David Marquand , Professor of Politics at Sheffield University; and Sir Charles Powell , former adviser to
Margaret Thatcher , tackle the issues raised in Bingley, Yorkshire. Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby.
by Mark Barratt.
A doctor, a physician, a professor, a chemist, a womaniser and a wanderer - the man called Paracelsus, at the peak of his tempestuous career in Basel, 1527.
Director John Theocharis
In 1914, four Americans set out from Manchester on a 3,000-mile motoring holiday around Britain.
In the first of four programmes, David Foster introduces some of their experiences of a country and its people on the brink of great change. Readers Risa Hall and Peter Marinker.
Producer Gillian Hush
As the Government makes plans to privatise the Forestry Commission, Christopher Cook explores the history in our landscape. He visits the Commission's beautiful arboretum at Westonbirt in the Cotswolds, discovers the fascination of Cranborne Chase in Dorset, and recalls "Capability" Brown who revolutionised landscape gardening.
Producer John Knight
Peter Evans watches scientists stopping the rot at Lincoln Cathedral.
Producer Ruth Gardiner
Reporter Jolyon Jenkins.
Drew Launay recounts his experiences of life in Spain in a six-part series.
3: The Moon. Drew admits he has always been star struck, and when a film unit brings the 20th century to a remote Andalusian village, he has great hopes of work as an extra. A week later, man lands on the moon. Pablo the goatherd and Sebastien the farmer are not impressed. An Insight production
with Sally Grace , Jon Glover , Toby Longworth and Dave Lamb.
Robert Robinson meets the women who work in a Yorkshire clothing factory. Producer Min Raisman
One of the most popular of all wind instruments made its first public appearance 150 years ago. To mark the centenary of the death of its inventor, Adolphe Sax , Paul Vaughan embarks on a guide to the best in saxophone playing, with help from leading saxophonists from the worlds of classical, swing and jazz. Producer Adrian Washboume
by Mark Brennan.
Michael thinks he has written the definitive Belfast love story, but the Americans who want to shoot the picture have other ideas.
Music by John Simpson. Director EoinO'Callaghan
Presented by Brian Kay. Producer Anthony Sellors
led by the Rt Rev Graham James , Bishop of St Germans.
Inspector Morse author Colin Dexter talks about his influential sixth-form German tutor Gerard Hoffnung. Producer Ed Thomason
Radio 4's rock 'n' roll season continues with Neil McKay 's play. It is a portrait and a celebration of the extraordinary life of Sam Cooke , one of the most enigmatic figures in pop.
With Dig Wayne, John Guerrasio , Vivienne Rochester, Rachel Atkins and Gareth Armstrong. Director Andy Jordan
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