The daily bulletin of rural current affairs.
A meditation for the beginning of a new day with Michael Malik.
with John Humphrys and Anna Ford. Details as Monday plus:
7.45 Thought for the Day with Prof Charles Handy.
Editor Roger Mosey
Traveller Christina Dodwell talks to Sue
Lawley about her life and work.
Chris Dunkley of the Financial Times airs your letters and comments on BBC programmes.
Producer Nick Utechin LETTERS: Feedback. BBC. Broadcasting House. London WlA 1AA
This week, bundling - how mothers taught their daughters about love-making, and their caution, "Never bundle a lawyer." Chris Andrew hears tales from the back row of early cinemas, and there's the shoemaker who recreates the platform-soled footwear of the past. Producer Ian Bell
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
Serial: Mia Soteriou reads the first episode of the best-selling Mexican novel Like Water for Hot Chocolate by Laura Esquival - in which culinary expertise and kitchen arts stir up hot passions. Abridged by Pat McLoughlin
Presented by Kelvin Boot.
Producer Julian Hector
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Belgium boring? Not if it is judged on its food and beer. Roger Protz meets Trappist monks brewing some of the world's best beer, Ann Catchpole experiences the Antwerp lunch, and Derek Coopertastes 35 Belgian beers in Britain's first Belgian restaurant.
Producer Sheila Dillon
Concluding Ron Hutchinson 's story of the notorious Dreyfus Affair.
Although Picquart knows that Dreyfus is innocent of treason, a combination of self-interest, anti-semitism and the Army's "code of honour" conspires to thwart a proper investigation.
Gerry Anderson invites you to join him for an hour of daily live action, debate and frank exchange.
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Tim Marlow celebrates the 70th birthday of Britain's foremost sculptor, Sir Anthony Caro , and meets "the funniest man in America", Dave Barry. Producer Paul Quinn
by Phillip Hensher.
"When my father returned from America, I hardly knew him and he was a capitalist." In Prague, a strange scheme is afoot to make money.... Read by Sylvestra le Touzel. Producer Duncan Minshull
Janet Trewin and Peter Macann explore the world of transport. Producer David Prest
The show must go on. Written by JaneyPreger
Director Joanna Toye. Producer Vanessa Whitbum
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Chris Serle presents his selection of extracts from BBC radio and television over the past seven days. Producer Judith Bumpus
Patricia Hewitt , deputy director, Institute for Public Policy Research: Charles Moore , editor of the Sunday Telegraph; David Puttnam , film producer: and Raymond Seitz , United States Ambassador, tackle the issues raised in Batheaston, Avon. Chairman Jonathan Dimbleby.
Producer Nadine Grieve
Marcel Berlins takes a last look at developments in the law. Producer Sallie Davies
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.
by Alistair Cooke.
with Robin Lustig. Editor Anne Koch
Final part. Back to the Beginning.
Sally Grace , Courtney King , Toby Longworth and Dan Strauss lampoon the news into a fit of giggles.
Producer Chris Neill
with Simon Hoggart. Producer Anne-Marie Cole