Michael Buerk chairs an investigation into the moral issues behind the news.
Witnesses face cross-examination from
Janet Daley , Rabbi Hugo Gryn , Edward Pearce and Professor Roger Scruton. Producer David Coomes
J B Priestley's novel evoking the town and country of the author's youth before the First World War.
4: Gregory's relationship with the Alington family is strained by the war. Wrth
Tara Dominick. Tina Gray. Paul Panting ,
Richard Pearce. Malcolm Ward , Caroline Strong , Peter Whitman , Dominic Letts , David Jarvis. Susannah Corbett. Lyndam Gregory and Tom Bevan. Music played by Les Brown, Laurence Rossi and Tony Gamage. Dramatised by Eric Pringle. Director Adrian Bean Rpt
Miranda Seymour , author of a new biography of Robert Graves , tells Jenni Murray about the women in his life. Short story: Fiona Shaw reads The
Garden of Eden, the first of three stories from Ellis Ni Dhuibhne 's collection,
Eating Women Is Not Recommended. Abridged by Monica Grey.
England v West Indies
Commentary on the first day's play in the Third Test at Edgbaston by Jonathan Agnew , Henry Blofeld and Tony Cozier , with expert comment from Vic Marks and Fred Trueman. Including * Jonathan Agnew : page 36 at 1.00 The World at One as FM
3.40* Teatime News and County Talk Producer Peter Baxter
* Approximate time
A light-hearted quiz about politics with resident team captains Michael White of the Guardian and Austin Mitchell MP.
Today's guests are the Rt Hon Gerald Kaufman MP and journalist Matthew Parris. Chairman Patrick Hannan. Written and compiled by Michael Dines Producer Ann Jobson
by George Gunn. Perched, like most Scottish crofting communities, between the hills and the sea, the part of Caithness to which Jamie has returned in order to take care of his father has been hard-won. His father
Alastair convalesces after a heart attack and worries at his guilt.
Director Hamish Wilson
by Ray French.A tale of Welsh exiles living in south London."History is written by the powerful, and in their version, small countries don't get a look-in." Read by Andy Rivers. Producer Caroline Sarll
Portraits of the greatest names in radio. 2: Frankie Howerd - The Borderline Case. His highs were high, his lows were low. How did he get to be so funny? Dylan Winter finds out from childhood friends, variety artists and those who knew Frankie well. Producer Matt Thompson
What's Posterity Done for Me?
Most people care passionately about leaving something behind for their children. Yet as a society we treat posterity badly. Frances Cairncross asks what our responsibilities to future generations should be.
Producer Ingrid Hassler. Rptd Sun 4.15pm
Vince Foxall's dramatisation of Terry Pratchett's popular tale. 2: The new monarch has a troubled conscience and a wife like Lucrezia Borgia. With Andrew Branch, Gavin Muir, Natasha Pyne and Brian Hibbard.
Director Claire Grove
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