With John Humphrys and Anna Ford.
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7.45 Thought for the Day With Cristina Odone.
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Gaels have always been extremely reverential about their native tongue, claiming that, among other things,
Gaelic was the language of the Garden of Eden. In the third of four letters from
Scotland, Cailean Maclean , resident of the Isle of Skye, highlights some surprising aspects of this language. Producer Michael Shaw. Rptd Sun 6.15pm
England v India
Commentary on the second day's play in the Third Cornhill Test.
Plus at 1.00 The World at One as FM
3.45* News and Ralph Dellor 's Minor Counties Review For details see yesterday * Approximate times
By John Fowles. Dramatised in three episodes by Frederick Bradnum. 1: On a wild day in 1867, Charles Smithson sees a woman gazing out to sea at the Cobb at Lyme Regis. with Jill Graham. Jillie Meers. Steve Hodson. Oona Beeson . Barry J Gordon and Rachel Atkins Pianist Mary Nash. Soloist Elizabeth Mansfield Director Janet Whitaker Rpt
Edi Stark presents the eclectic garden programme which this week unravels the mysteries of the maze with designer Adrian Fisher. Meanwhile, Sir Roy Strong visits the restored gardens of the 18th-century naturalist Gilbert White. Producer Annie Malcolm
Peace at Bridge Farm.
Written by Mick Martin. Director David Ian Neville Editor Vanessa Whitburn. Rptd Mon 1.40pm ARCHERS ADDICTS FAN CLUB: send sae to
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a topical discussion in Perranwell Station, near Truro, with a panel including the Rt
Hon Stephen Dorrell MP, Secretary of State for Health; Mary-Ann Sieghart , assistant editor of the Times; and Chris Smith MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Social Security.
Producer Nadine Grieve. Rptd tomorrow 1.10pm
A four-part series of Britain's first all-Asian sketch show, featuring the massive and fierce Bhangra Muffins and His Most Serene Calmness the Guru Maharishi Yogi and his transcendental animal impressions. With Meera Syal, Kulvinder Ghir, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Nitin Sawhney and Nina Wadia.
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