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: News Briefing

: Farming Today

: Prayer for the Day

with Canon Michael Austin from
Southwell Minster.

Contributors

Unknown: Southwell Minster.

: Today

with James Naughtie and John Humphrys.
7.25,8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with George Austin.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament

Contributors

Unknown: James Naughtie
Unknown: John Humphrys.
Unknown: George Austin.

: News

: Face the Facts

Repeated from yesterday 7.20pm

: On the Ropes

The last in the series in which
John Humphrys talks to high achievers who have experienced turbulent times in their careers.
Producer Jenni Mills

Contributors

Talks: John Humphrys
Producer: Jenni Mills

: Daily Service

God is working his purpose out
(Benson); Mark 5, w 25-34; We cannot measure how you heal (arrWhitbourn); I heard the voice of Jesus say (Kingsfold). Director of music Christopher Stokes.

Contributors

Music: Christopher Stokes.

: In the Red

Continuing the humorous murder mystery from MarkTavener's novel.
4: After being the first on the scene of a minister's murder in the House of Commons, crime correspondent George Cragge finds himself at the top of every national news bulletin. with Jonathan Keeble , Don McCorkindale and Annabel Mullion . Dramatised by Peter Baynham and Mark Tavener. Music by Paul Mottram. Producer Paul Schlesinger

Contributors

Unknown: George Cragge
Unknown: Jonathan Keeble
Unknown: Don McCorkindale
Unknown: Annabel Mullion
Dramatised By: Peter Baynham
Dramatised By: Mark Tavener.
Music By: Paul Mottram.
Producer: Paul Schlesinger
George Cragge: Michael Williams
DCI Frank Jefferson: Barry Foster
Max: Peter Woodthorpe
Geoffrey Crichton Potter: Stephen Moore
Henry: Julian Rhind Tutt
Laetitia: Victoria Carling
Dominic De'Ath: Benjamin Whitrow
Andrew James: Peter Serafinowicz
Hercules Fortescue: Nicholas Le Prevost
Controller Radio 2: Stephen Fry
Controller Radio 4: John Bird
Caroline (Editor): Susie Brann
Jemma: Alice Arnold

: The Pilgrim's Progress

by John Bunyan. Part 14. Rpt For details see Monday

Contributors

Unknown: John Bunyan.

: Woman's Hour

Introduced by Jenni Murray. Trial by jury has been a central part of the judicial system for over 600 years. But when jurors sit on a traumatic case are they themselves in danger of becoming victims? Philippa Dolley reports. Serial: Looking for Trouble (8) For details see Monday

Contributors

Introduced By: Jenni Murray.
Unknown: Philippa Dolley

: From Our Own Correspondent

Producer Tony Grant

Contributors

Producer: Tony Grant

: You and Yours

withTasneemSiddiqi.

: Looking Forward to the Past

Paul Boateng MP discusses the lighter side of history with his guests
John Diamond , Loyd Grossman , Professor Lisa Jardine and Mark Steel.
Producer Kathy Smith

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Boateng
Unknown: John Diamond
Unknown: Loyd Grossman
Unknown: Lisa Jardine
Unknown: Mark Steel.
Producer: Kathy Smith

: The World at One

with Nick Clarke.

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Clarke.

: The Archers

Repeated from yesterday 7.05pm

: A Bruised Reed

In researching her play, Anna Clemence Mews interviewed several rapists in prison. The play examines the aftermath of a rape with compassion and humour from the point of view of both the victim and the rapist.

Contributors

Writer: Anna Clemence Mews
Director: Shaun MacLoughlin
Val: Teresa Gallagher
Frank: Richard Pearce
Detective Sergeant Garret: Julia Hills
Detective Constable King: Cornelius Garrett
Eric: Steve Hodson
Mrs Merrill: Gillian Goodman
Betsy: Melinda Walker

: News

: Kaleidoscope

Paul Allen sees Alan Rickman directing The Winter Guest at the West Yorkshire Playhouse and Katie Mitchell 's production of Strindberg's Easter.
Producer Robyn Read. Revised rpt 9.30pm

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Allen
Unknown: Alan Rickman
Unknown: Katie Mitchell
Producer: Robyn Read.

: Short Story: Solitary

by Steve Aylett , read by Kerry Shale . "When he was at school Solitary had been chastised for a misbehaviour he did not commit ... he loved the martyr-like buzz of false accusation." Producer Kate Bodoano

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Aylett
Read By: Kerry Shale
Producer: Kate Bodoano

: PM

with Chris Lowe and Hugh Sykes.

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Lowe
Unknown: Hugh Sykes.

: The Airport

Last in the series of sketches by top performers on the black comedy circuit. With Felix Dexter , Llewella Gideon , Roger Griffiths , Jo Martin ,
Josephine Melville and Eddie Nestor. Producer Gareth Edwards

Contributors

Unknown: Felix Dexter
Unknown: Llewella Gideon
Unknown: Roger Griffiths
Unknown: Jo Martin
Unknown: Eddie Nestor.
Producer: Gareth Edwards

: News

: The Archers

William badgers Phil ...
Repeated tomorrow at 1.40pm

: Laughter and Hope and a Sock in the Eye

Sue Limb takes a look at
Dorothy Parker 's life and work and at the wit and style of one of America's best-known humorists. Reader Lorelei King. Researched and compiled by James Walton Producer Gareth Edwards Rpt

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothy Parker
Reader: Lorelei King.
Unknown: James Walton
Producer: Gareth Edwards Rpt

: Analysis

The End of Enlightenment?
Modern science and politics have been rooted in the core ideas of the Enlightenment: that knowledge would improve the human condition in a rational way, and that the future should be better than the past.
Peter Kellner asks whether our belief in a better life on earth is dying.
Producer Michael Blastland. Rptd Sun 4.15pm

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Kellner
Producer: Michael Blastland.

: Bloopers

The fourth in Jonathan Hewat 's series of classic radio fluffs. Today's topic is children and animals. There's also the phone-call of the week, with the answer to the question "What did Sir Walter Raleigh bring back from
America?" Plus an anecdote from a famous voice - James Naughtie. A Hewat production

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Hewat
Unknown: Walter Raleigh
Unknown: James Naughtie.

: Does He Take Sugar?

Presented by Ted Harrison. Producer Marlene Pease.
PHONE: [number removed](Mon-Fri 10.00-5.00)

Contributors

Presented By: Ted Harrison.
Producer: Marlene Pease.

: Kaleidoscope

Revised rpt of 4.05pm

: The World Tonight

with Robin Lustig.

Contributors

Unknown: Robin Lustig.

: Book at Bedtime: Quartered Safe Out Here

by George MacDonald Fraser. Part 9. For details see Monday

Contributors

Unknown: George MacDonald Fraser.

: Stephen King's Salem's Lot

An adaptation of the classic story from the master of modern horror. In the final episode, Ben and the vampire-killers pitch themselves against the might of Barlow and his evil followers.
Music by Elizabeth Parker of the BBC
Radiophonic Workshop. Dramatised by Gregory Evans. Director Adrian Bean

Contributors

Music By: Elizabeth Parker
Dramatised By: Gregory Evans.
Director: Adrian Bean
Ben Mears: Stuart Milligan
Mark Petrie: Danny Kanaber
Father Gracon: Peter Yapp
Matt Burke: Gavin Muir
Jimmy Cody: Kerry Shale
Barlow: Doug Bradley
Parkins Gillespie: Don Fellows
Weasel Craig: Peter Whitman
Radio DJ: Peter Whitman
Eva Miller: Frances Jeater
Nurse: Frances Jeater
McDougall: Ronald Fernee

: Ad Lib

Repeated from Saturday 6.50pm

: News









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