with James Naughtie and John Humphrys. Plus,
7.45 Thought for the Day with Indarjit Singh.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
Repeated from yesterday 7.20pm
Is the Force with You?
PC Dick Guest argues that police today spend too much time engaged in community work and not enough time feeling collars. Producer Jane Beresford
Repeated Sunday at 7.30pm
God is working his purpose out
(Benson); Romans 8, w 18-25: My eyes for beauty pine (Howells); Safe in the shadow of the Lord (Barnard). Director of music Alan Wilson.
Episode 3 of P C Wren's thrilling Foreign Legion adventure. John follows Beau and Digby to Paris and joins the Foreign Legion. But will he ever see his brothers again? Dramatised by Greg Snow Director Adrian Bean
by Pat Moon. 4: Joe has started at a new school, only to find that the son of the man who he thinks killed his father is in the same class. For details see Monday
queen Marguerite Patten talks to Jenni Murray about why our national cuisine is unfashionable and often underestimated.
Serial: concluding The Evening of Adam
Producer Tony Grant
Sophie Gngson 's special guest, Joan Morgan , author of The Book of Apples, joins Nigel Slater and Clarissa Dickson-Wright at the Brogdale Horticultural Trust, home to over 2,000 varieties of apple. A Partners in Sound production
Repeated from yesterday 7.05pm
A new play by Matthew Solon , in the series that reflects on the news as it happens. Linda Willoughby , a middle-aged solicitor living in Preston, witnesses a violent attack on a demonstrator at an anti-road protest. With the Criminal Justice and Public Order Bill in its final Parliamentary stages, she finds herself at the heart of a debate that has an impact on her professional and personal life.
Director John Dryden
with Gerry Anderson.
Anthony Hopkins returns to the stage in an adaptation of Chekhov's Uncle Vanya at Theatr Clwyd. Paul Allen also travels to Scarborough for
Herb Gardner 's Tony award-winning play Conversations with My Father, directed by Alan Ayckbourn.
Producer Nicki Paxman. Revised rpt 9.30pm
by Tom MacDonagh. Hanratty lives in the twilight world of the London Irish, but a Greek package holiday turns him into a god. Read by Dan Gordon. Producer Pam Brighton
Section 4 of the series in which
Mr Hardy lays down his comedy groove thang. How to Be a Father - Part 1
Written by and starring Jeremy Hardy , with Debbie Isitt and Gordon Kennedy and special guest Ben Keaton. A Pozzitive production
A new dairymaid for Bridge Farm. Repeated tomorrow at 1.40pm
Mention "Shaker" and it brings to mind furniture, but the Shakers are a religious community who numbered 9,000. Now there are only eight. Bernard Jackson talks to them about their beliefs, way of life and hopes for the future. Producer Amanda Hancox
* Life with the Shakers: see feature page 40
The End of Geography
All governments and political parties appeal to the "national interest" to support their policies. But with the uncertainties of the Cold War behind us, and increasing economic globalisation, Susie Symes asks how countries should define their
"national interest" in the 1990s.
Producer Dennis Sewell. Rptd Sund 4.15pm TRANSCRIPTS: phone [number removed]
4: Mike Harding goes under the sheets to find out more about the secretive past of cotton merchants in Lancashire and the thriving textile industry in the north of England. There's a quick stop over in the southern states of America and then on to India.
Producer Dinah Lammiman
Presented by Ted Harrison. Producer Marlene Pease
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by Richard Rayner. Episode 7. For details see yesterday
Simon Armitage listens to the poetry and music of traditional ballads and asks who are the balladeers of our age. Producer Sally Marmion
Jennifer Holden meets men who live or work together. 2: Men at Peace The monks at Pluscarden Abbey in the north of Scotland live within the centuries-old Benedictine Rule. They spend their days working in the monastery or at prayer in the chapel and for much of the time they are silent. But even though their life is so strict, young men are still keen to join. Producer Emma Kingsley Rpt