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: News Briefing

: Farming Today

: Prayer for the Day

with Ruth Arnold.

Contributors

Unknown: Ruth Arnold.

: 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

: The John Humphrys Interview

Key figures at the centre of events during the last year review the past and predict the future in conversation with John Humphrys. 2: Michael Grade. Producer Jenni Mills

Contributors

Unknown: John Humphrys.
Unknown: Michael Grade.
Producer: Jenni Mills

: Daily Service

Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty! (Nicea); Isaiah 40, w 25end; The heavens are telling (Haydn); Guide me, 0 Thou Great Redeemer (Cwm Rhondda). Director of music Christopher Stokes.

Contributors

Music: Christopher Stokes.

: Bright Day

A six-part dramatisation by Eric Pringle of J B Priestley's novel evoking the town and country of the author's youth before the First World War. David Hargreaves stars as Gregory Dawson. 1: Looking back on his youth in 1912, Gregory remembers how he arrived in the town of Bruddersford. Wrth Gareth Armstong. Elaine Claxton. Teresa Gallagher. Tara Dominick , Paul Panting. Peter Whitman and James Taylor. Music by Les Brown. Laurence Rossi and Tony Gamage Producer Adrian Bean

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Pringle
Unknown: David Hargreaves
Unknown: Gregory Dawson.
Unknown: Wrth Gareth Armstong.
Unknown: Elaine Claxton.
Unknown: Teresa Gallagher.
Unknown: Tara Dominick
Unknown: Paul Panting.
Unknown: Peter Whitman
Unknown: James Taylor.
Unknown: Laurence Rossi
Elizabeth Earl: Frances Jeater
Young Gregory: Peter Kenny
Ackworth: Steve Hodson
Uncle Miles: John Evitts
Aunt Hilda/Lady Hamdean: Margaret John
Lord Harndean: Gavin Muir

: This Sceptr'd Isle

9: The Arrogant Saint. With Roger May. For details see Monday

: Woman's Hour

Introduced by Jenni Murray.
Libby Spurrier unfurls the history of umbrellas. Short story: Emma Fielding reads
Dear George from the new collection of the same name written by Helen Simpson and abridged by Di Speirs.

Contributors

Introduced By: Jenni Murray.
Introduced By: Libby Spurrier
Written By: Helen Simpson
Abridged By: Di Speirs.

: From Our Own Correspondent

Producer Tony Grant

Contributors

Producer: Tony Grant

: You and Yours

with Tasneem Siddiqi.

Contributors

Unknown: Tasneem Siddiqi.

: Out of Order

A lighthearted quiz about politics with team captains Michael White of the Guardian and Austin Mitchell MP. Guests are Robin Corbett MP and Sir Rhodes Boyson MP. Chairman Patrick Hannan. Producer Ann Jobson

Contributors

Unknown: Michael White
Unknown: Sir Rhodes Boyson
Unknown: Patrick Hannan.
Producer: Ann Jobson

: The World at One

with Nick Clarke.

Contributors

Presenter: Nick Clarke

: The Archers

Repeated from yesterday 7.05pm

: Matt Black and Chrome

by Dominic Minghella.
A mysterious female caller accuses
Ronnie Rossi of ruining her life. Could it be his aggrieved girlfriend Anna or a neglected member of his extended Italian family?
Other parts played by members of the cast Director David Hunter

Contributors

Unknown: Dominic Minghella.
Unknown: Ronnie Rossi
Director: David Hunter
Ronnie: Vincenzo Nicoli
James: David Holt
Anna: Geraldine Fitzgerald
Mother: Irene Prador
Father: Robert Rietty
Louise: Elaine Claxton
Laura: Susannah Corbett
Paul/Father Dominic: Peter Whitman
Zoe: Nadine Ballantyne
Edward: Benedict Dooley
Female/Seductive Voice: Vivenne Rochester
Rachel: Cathy Sara

: The Afternoon Shift

with Daire Brehan and guests.

Contributors

Unknown: Daire Brehan

: News

: Kaleidoscope

Paul Allen reviews Cries of the Heart at the Royal Exchange Theatre,
Manchester, and finds out about
Caradog Pritchard , the Welsh author and nationalist.
Producer Jackie Christie. Rvsd rpt at 9.30pm

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Allen
Unknown: Caradog Pritchard
Producer: Jackie Christie.

: Short Story: Dancing Some Days

by Marianne Carey. An old tramp and a teenage girl make an unlikely couple - but they waltz beautifully to the music of buskers on a Glasgow street. Read by Andrew Byatt. Producer Bruce Young

Contributors

Unknown: Marianne Carey.
Read By: Andrew Byatt.
Producer: Bruce Young

: PM

with Jon Sopel and Unda Lewis.

Contributors

Unknown: Jon Sopel
Unknown: Unda Lewis.

: Missed Demeanours

Eddie Izzard stars with regular
Stephen Frost in the anarchic comedy panel game with a tabloid approach to historical reporting.
Chairperson Neil Mullarkey battles to keep order, with guests Donna McPhail and Mark Lamarr. Producer Phil Clarke

Contributors

Unknown: Eddie Izzard
Unknown: Stephen Frost
Unknown: Neil Mullarkey
Unknown: Donna McPhail
Unknown: Mark Lamarr.
Producer: Phil Clarke

: News

: The Archers .

Lynda, lady of the night? Repeated tomorrow at 1.40pm

: Return to Rolling Thunder

A World Tonight special.
1: Riding the Tiger. Thirty years ago Simon Dring hitch-hiked to the Far
East in search of adventure. He found himself caught up in the early days of the Vietnam war and the arrival of the first American combat troops. In the first of two programmes he journeys back to South East Asia. Editor Anne Koch

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Dring
Editor: Anne Koch

: Analysis

The Rights of Animals
Animals have become politically significant in 1990s Britain. Protesters attempt to stop the export of live calves and the use of animals for research, while arguments continue about hunting and other country sports. Martin Kettle asks why animals are higher on the human agenda than ever before and what this tells us about our society.
Producer Ingrid Hassler. Rptd Sun 4.15pm

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Kettle
Producer: Ingrid Hassler.

: The Gallery of Perfection by WaMemar Januszczak

Critic Waldemar Januszczak considers five paintings he regards as the most important in the world. 3: Death in Rome. Caravaggio's violent and brooding depiction of The Martyrdom of Saint Matthew. Producer Anthony Denselow

Contributors

Unknown: Waldemar Januszczak
Producer: Anthony Denselow

: Does He Take Sugar?

Presented by Frederick Dove. Producer Marlene Pease
PHONE: (0171) [number removed](Mon-Fri 10.00-5.00) FACTSHEET: Does He Take Sugar?, BBC,
6122 Broadcasting House. London W1A 1AA

Contributors

Presented By: Frederick Dove.
Producer: Marlene Pease

: Kaleidoscope

Revised repeat of 4.05pm

: The World Tonight

with Isabel Hilton.

Contributors

Unknown: Isabel Hilton.

: Book at Bedtime: Joan's Book

by Joan Littlewood. 4: Bombs, Bans and Bluebottles
For details see Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Joan Littlewood.

: Under My SMn

Six plays for late-night listening.
5: Love to Madelaine by Craig Warner.
Director Andy Jordan Rpt

Contributors

Unknown: Craig Warner.
Director: Andy Jordan Rpt
Madelaine: Miranda Richardson
Brian (her husband): Richard E Grant
Peter (her lover): Philip Davis

: The Locker Room

Repeated from Saturday at 6.50pm

: News









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