Winter Woolies. Anna Hill looks at the British wool industry. Producer John Harvey
With the Rev Enid Morgan.
With Sue MacGregor and Ben Geoghegan.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Gabrielle Cox.
By Charles Dickens.
4: The Last of the Spirits. Scrooge is horrified by the revelations of the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. For details see Christmas Day
Last in the series with Janet Daley , Rabbi Hugo Gryn , Michael Mansfield QC and Prof Roger Scruton.
Unto us is born a Son (Piae Cantiones arr Willcocks); Matthew 2, w 13-18; Coventry Carol (15th century arr
Stokes); Hark! The herald angels sing (Mendelssohn, descant arr Ledger).
Director of music Christopher Stokes.
A six-part series created by Jim Eldridge. Written by Martin Davies. 4: Left Out, Roped In For rest of cast list see Thursday 21 December Producer John Fawcett Wilson Rpt
Edward De Souza reads the third of four spooky Christmas tales.
The Investigators. By David Belbin. For details see Boxing Day
4: As the excesses of the festive season begin to take their toll, it's time for self-renewal and relaxation at a retreat in Dorset.
For details see Christmas Day
South Africa v England
Coverage of the third day's play from Port Elizabeth. Including at
1.00 The World at One as FM For details see yesterday * Approximate time
Simon Parkes investigates the science of sound and discovers the Psychology behind the siren. Producer Sue Broom. Rptd Sunday at 9.30pm
4: Just as one mystery is cleared up, another one arrives.
For details see Christmas Day
4: Val or Sue, John or Tommy? Sally James asks: "Were you a Blue Peter kid or a Magpie kid?" For details see Christmas Day
With guests Germaine Greer , Simon Brett , Lorelei King and Richard Stilgoe. Chairman Peter Hobday.
Repeated from yesterday 7.05pm
Made in Germany in 1908, a cinnamon plush bear with boot button eyes, still with the Steiff button in his ear, discovers he is Lot 107. with Zulema Dene, Jonathan Keeble, Linda Regan, George Allonby, Jack Allonby, Jane Whittenshaw, Sandra James Young, Gary Bryden, Stephen Critchlow, Henry Cormack, Jonathan Praeger, Alexis Edyvean, Paul Jenkins and John Turner.
3: 1956-1970. The playwright talks to Christopher Bigsby about his political opposition to the Vietnam War. For details see Boxing Day
4: Separate Lives. Robert Sandall ,
Sunday Times rock critic, pulls together the separate lives of Kenny Everett. Producer Chris Paling
By Lynne Bryan. The ritual Christmas family gathering is under way. Read by Charlotte Coleman. Producer Julian Wilkinson
3: Happy Families
For details see Boxing Day
In the final part of Andy Hamilton 's comedy series set in Hell, Satan begs to be let back into Heaven.
For cast list see Thursday 21 December
Tom outstays his welcome. Repeated tomorrow at 1.40pm
At 7.20 Steven Berkoff talks about playing the title role in a new adaptation of Shakespeare's play.
And at 7.30 Berkoff makes his radio drama debut with David Benedictus 's innovative version of the tragedy. The near-continuous score is by his long-time collaborator, Mark Glentworth.
with Suzan Sylvester , William Russell , Howard Goorney , Dyfed Thomas, Gary Raymond , Michael Grandage , Harry Peacock and Thomas Orange. A Ladbroke Radio production in association with G & J Productions
The British film location industry is thriving, with more and more overseas productions choosing to shoot in this country. Quentin Cooper reports. Producer Mohit Bakaya Rpt
With Owen Bennet Jones.
4: Post-production Gone with the Wind. For details see Christmas Day
Fourth of six of Bradbury's short stories. The Fruit at the Bottom of the Bowl.
Acton realises it is important, vitally so when committing the murder, to pay attention to detail.
Dramatised by Brian Sibley. Director Martin Jenkins
Repeated from Saturday at 6.50pm
Part 9 of Peter Hoeg 's thriller.
For details see Monday 18 December