Presented by Anna Hill. Producer Richard Sanders
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 Oliver McTernan.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
with Cliff Morgan. Producer Cathy Huyton
Holiday news with Eddie Mair. Producer Jill Thomas
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with Ned Sherrin.
Producer Jayne K Morgan
Presented by Peter Riddell. Producer Jonathan Brunert
Producer Tony Grant
Presented by Alison Mitchell. Producer Tim Fawcett
Chairman Nicholas Parsons challenges Peter Jones , Paul Merton , Wendy Richard and Lee Simpson to talk for one minute without hesitation. Producer Sarah Smith. Rptd Monday 6.30pm
with Barbara Follett , Professor
Anthony King , Mary Ann Sieghart and Professor Norman Stone in Essex. Repeated from yesterday
Producers Poppy Hughes and Nick Utechin LINES OPEN from 12.30pm
A documentary drama based on the novel by Len Deighton about an RAF Bomber Command raid on Germany on Saturday 18 February 1943.
Broadcast in real time throughout today, the play includes reminiscences from the men and women who were involved on both sides.
Starring Samuel West as Sam Lambert, Emma Chambers as Ruth Lambert, Jack Shepherd as August Bach, and featuring Frank Windsor as Air Marshal Sir Arthur Harris.
1430 hours: at Bomber Command headquarters, Air Marshal Sir Arthur Harris plans tonight's raid, and in Germany Luftwaffe General Josef Kammhuber plans the night defence of the Ruhr. At RAF Warley Fen WAAF Corporal Ruth Lambert fears for her pilot husband Sam, and in the Ruhr town of Altgarten the Burgomeister plans his birthday celebrations.
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Air Marshal Sir Arthur
Sgt Ted 'Batters' Battersby:
Sgt 'Diggers' Digby:
Sgt Simon Kosher Cohen:
Sgt Huw Binty Jones:
Sgt Flash Gordon:
Sgt Jimmy Grimm:
Unteroffizier Willi Reinecke:
Burgomeister Walter Ryessman:
Oberleutnant Baron Victor von Lowenhertz:
Fit Lt Teny Sweet:
WAAF Corporal Madge Scott:
Unteroffizier Christian Himmel:
SS Sturmbannfuhrer Fischer:
Flying Officer Longfellow:
Doctor Hans Starkhov:
Group Captain Ludlow:
Roy Porter looks backwards to help make sense of today's events.
Producer Ian Bell. Rptd tomorrow at 8.30pm # See This Week: page 13
Is criminal and anti-social behaviour written in our genes? Experts havejust met in London to debate this thorny issue. Presented by Alun Lewis.
Producer Peter Croasdale. Rptd Tue 8.00pm
Reporter Mark Whitaker.
Rptd from Tuesday. See also Monday 8.40am
Continuing the documentary drama based on Len Deighton 's novel.
Takeoff. 1740 hours: at RAF Warley Fen 16 heavily laden Lancaster bombers take off for their target in Germany's industrial heartland.
In the last of the series .Robert
Robinson discusses changes in rural life with the people of County Clare.
Producer Penelope Gibbs. Rptd Thu 11.30pm
In ancient Athens it was painted bright red, yellow and blue. It's been a mosque, a church and an arsenal. It was blown up by the Venetians, is being eaten away by pollution and is now described as "the world's most amazingjigsaw puzzle". Paul Allen talks to the architects, archaeologists and stonemasons who are attempting to restore the Parthenon.
Producer Beaty Rubens. Rptd Friday at 9.30pm
Continuing the documentary drama.
The Raid. 1950 hours: at the Luftwaffe
Nightfighter base at Kroonsvig,
Holland, Oberleutnant Baron Victor von Lowenhertz and his crews are steeled for tonight's battle with Bomber Command, and the crew of Lancaster O-Orange are crossing the North Sea towards their target.
Presented by Brian Kay. Producer Anthony Sellors
Led by the Rev Keith Clements. Producer Kathryn Pritchard
The second of two radio selections gleaned from the last television series. With Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie. Producer Aled Evans Rpt
Last of the series in which women writers talk to Hermione Lee about how their writing has developed.
Anita Desai on Clear Light of Day. Producer Erin Riley
In the last of the series, Lynne Walker talks to Peggy Spencer.
Repeated from Tuesday 2.30pm
Concluding the documentary drama. The Return Leg. 2330 hours: "Turn left off the target, gain speed by losing height. Don't go below 8,000 feet as you pass Noordwijk. The route is planned to avoid the flak concentrations at Amsterdam." (Group Captain Ludlow, Navigation Leader)