with John Humphrys and James Naughtie , including an interview with Prime Minister John Major about the Conservatives' European election campaign.
6.45 Business News
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Tony Burnham.
In the week he goes on secondment to an American television station, the Sunday Times's editor retraces his journalistic roots in the West End of Glasgow - the place, he says, that offers the best in urban living. Producer Miriam Akhtar
Return of the series that reports on the health of medical care. This week, how do bogus doctors get away with it? Geoff Watts talks to a social scientist who's trying to find out. Producer Deborah Cohen
More corporate capers and off-balance-sheet fun with the business panel game. Chairman Nigel Cassidy with guests Alastair Ross Goobey , Nigel Whittaker , Howard Hodgson and Peter Day. Producer Neil Koenig
by David Phillips , with Sylvestra Le Touzel as Cecilia. A brief love affair between a young English girl and a Frenchman who meet by chance in the Normandy countryside - it's the very stuff of romance. But the outcome is unexpected. Director Jane Morgan
Robert Dawson Scott reports on new initiatives to fill Britain's concert halls -will orchestral music be displaced by rock and pop? And the changing face of the Italian media under President Berlusconi. Producer Lore Windemuth (Revised repeat at 9.30pm)
Five-part adaptation of Peter Lovesey 's comedy-thriller, with Ronald Pickup as Walter, Fiona Fullerton as Lydia, and Oona Beeson as Alma.
2: Walter has resolved to leave his wife and wonders whether he could learn anything from the example of Dr Crippen. Dramatised by Geoffrey M Matthews Director Matthew Walters
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Presented by Peter White. Producer Dave Harvey
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by Anthony Trollope.
Frau Frohmann owns a hotel in the Austrian
Tyrol. A woman who hates change, she resents the rising cost of living.
Read in four parts by Deborah MacLaren. Abridged by Roland Challis. Producer Philip Martin
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