With Sue MacGregor and Alex Brodie in London and reports from
James Naughtie in Edinburgh at the start of a conference on the prospects for business if a Scottish parliament is established.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day WithNadeemKazmi.
Six conversations in which
Sheena McDonald considers the future. What will things be tike in the year 2010?
4: Health. Dr Clement Bezold believes that heart disease will no longer be the West's biggest killer.
Producers Clare Csonka and Christopher Stone
Anna Massey narrates the history of Britain, with the words of Sir Winston Churchill read by Peter Jeffrey.
167: Death of Canning and Wellington in Downing Street
Written by Christopher Lee. Producer Pete Atkin
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Tessa
Williams talks to the women who are the new sounds in British Asian pop.
Serial: Anita and Me. Written and read by Meera Syal and abridged in ten episodes by Doreen Estall. Final part. Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selerie
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Donald Campbell's new play tells the story of the women who were widowed by the Battle of Flodden Field. with Monica Gibb , Finlay Welsh , James Bryce , John Buick , Anthony Donaldson and Alexander Morton. Director Hamish Wilson Rpt
Prioress of the Sciennes:
By Fredrico Garcia Lorca. Translated by Gwynne Edwards. Adaptation and musical composition by Felix Cross. The musicality and rhythms of a Spanish blood wedding are captured in this production set in Cuba's African community at the turn of the century. with Adjoa Andoh, Jolade Pratt, Don Warrington, Jeilo Edwards, Juanita Ageh, Eddie Nestor, Roger Griffiths, Jude Akuwudike, Bola Aiyeola, Sandra James-Young, Janice Acquah and Galeena Crosby. Musicians Howard Haigh. Anna Hemery, Simon Morton, Henri Raad and Nicholas Thompson. Director Tracey Neale
A six-part series in which Nick Baker uses the BBC Radio Archives as a route map of changing Britain.
1:Filey,1946. Billy Butlin 's third, and favourite, camp - once the largest holiday complex in the world - is now known to the locals as "Little Beirut".
Producer Fiona Couper
By P G Wodehouse. Starring Richard Briers as Uncle Fred and Hugh Grant as Pongo. Narrated by Paul Eddington. 5: Engagements and Re-engagements with Teresa Gallagher , Mary Chater ,
Toby Longworth and Donald Hewlett. Dramatised by Richard Usbome. Producer Gareth Edwards Rpt
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