With John Humphrys and Alex Brodie.
7.25,8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
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Six well-known people look back at their teenage lives with Hunter Davies. 5: Garry Bushell , the Sun's TV critic, recalls his teens in the 1970s. Producer Lucy Cacanas ♦ Garry Bushell 's TV and Radio Choice: page 12
Dramatised in two parts by Guy Meredith from the trial notes of the 16th century French judge Jean de Coras.
2: Martin Guerre 's wife Bertrande bears him two further children and then accuses him of being an impostor. with John Fleming , Peter Penry Jones , Federay Holmes , John Church. Keith Drinkel , Jonathan Adams. John Webb and Siriol Jenkins. Music by Philip Pickett , played by Pavlo Beznosiuk , Tom Fmucane and Stephen Henderson. Director Janet Whitaker Rpt
Jean de Coras:
Edi Stark presents the eclectic garden programme which this week reveals the roots of designer Kaffe Fasset 's inspiration and follows Sir Roy Strong 's visit to Cowley Manor, where the German "new planting" movement is being adapted for British gardeners. Producer Annie Malcolm
Eddie sweet-talks Shula.
Written by Caroline Harrington. Director Keri Davies. Editor Vanessa Whitburn. Rptd Mon
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a topical discussion from the Cathedral Church of St Andrew, Wells, with a panel including Harriet Harman MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Health; Nick Harvey MP, Liberal Democrat spokesman on trade and industry; and Tim Melville Ross, Director-
General of the Institute of Directors. Producer Nadine Grieve. Rptd tomorrow 1.10pm
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