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7.45 Thought for the Day With Penny Faust.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
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In the last of the series, Kirsty Wark explains why, though she works in London on BBC2's Newsnight, she chooses to keep her home, family and production company in Scotland.
Producer Michael Shaw. Rptd Sun at 6.15pm
Everything you always wanted to know about leeks and potatoes, with gardener Bob Flowerdew , writer and journalist Colin Spenser , macrobiotic consultant Daphne Watson and Dr Bill Williamson of Durham University. Producer Susan Roberts
Another chance to hear a special programme from the Victoria and Albert Museum to celebrate its acquisition of the Woman's Hourquilt. Serial: Shirley Williams : Snakes and Ladders, a Political Diary 5:Rungs on the LadderFor details see Monday
Joanna Pinnock takes a look at wildlife and local conservation issues in Essex. From the coast to the capital, the county enjoys a wide variety of habitats.
Producer Edward Odim. Rptd Sun 8.00pm WRITE TO: The Natural History Programme. BBC. Bristol BS8 2LR
By John Fowles. Dramatised in threeepisodes by Frederick Bradnum. 2:
Against his better judgement, Charles Smithson has agreed to hear Sarah Woodruff's story of the French lieutenant. with Jason Flemyng , TillyVosburgh, Jill Graham. Jillie Meers , Steve Hodson , Oona Beeson and John Baddeley. Director Janet Whitaker Rpt
This week, a look at the lawnmower - symbol of suburban subjugation or high speed Grand Prix model? And Sir Roy Strong meets the champion of island beds, Alan Bloom , who celebrates his 90th birthday this year. Producer Annie Malcolm. Rptd Sun 9.00pm
Written by Louise Page. Director David Ian Neville. Editor Vanessa Whitburn. Rptd Mon
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a topical discussion in Witney, Oxfordshire, with panellists Hilary Armstrong MP, Labour's local government spokesperson; the Rt Hon David Hunt MP;
Dominic Lawson , editor of the Sunday
Telegraph; and Rabbi Julia Neuberger. Producer Nadine Grieve. Rptd tomorrow 1.10pm
A four-part series of Britain's first all-Asian sketch show.
2: This week's programme features a group of Indian students in their year off. travelling around Surrey to find themselves. With Meera Syal,
Kulvinder Ghir, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Nitin Sawhney and Nina Wadia.
Producers Gareth Edwards and Anil Gupta Repeated tomorrow at 6.25pm
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