James Whitbourn and Brandon Gough. Producer Norman Winter
With John Humphrys and Alex Brodie.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Colin Morris.
Sports news with Cliff Morgan. Producer Audrey Adams
Anne Gregg presents holiday news. Producer Dave Harvey
Repeated tomorrow at 10.45pm
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With Ned Sherrin and the team. Producer Julian Mayers
The last of the series that explores the mysterious workings of the European Commission. Profit from Your Euro. Vivian White examines the likelihood of European citizens adopting a single currency. Producers Sheiia Cook and Jim Frank
England v Pakistan
Commentary from the Oval on the third day's play in the Third Cornhill Test, with Jonathan Agnew , Henry Blofeld and Christopher Martin-Jenkins .
Including at 3.45* News and Your Letters Answered Producer Peter Baxter * Approximate times
Producer Tony Grant
A rare chance to follow two EU officials around London as they prepare us for the latest Euro-rules. With Tom Lenaerts and Michiel de Vlieger. Producers Luc Haekens and Tessa Watt Repeat
The topical panel show returns with an edition recorded at the Pleasance Theatre on the Edinburgh Fringe. Simon Hoggart is in the chair and he is joined by regulars Alan Coren and Jeremy Hardy and guests Miles Kington and Sandi Toksvig. Written by lain Pattinson with Hugh Rycroft and Adam Bostock-Smith . Producer Aled Evans. Repeated Monday at 6.30pm
Sue Cameron cross-examines lawyers. Repeated from yesterday
People. Campbell McMurray looks at the most volatile part of any ship - the people who run them. Producer Neil Trevithick
Lesley Bruce 's sharp comedy about erring politicians, their peccadilloes and the wives who stand by them. with Jason Watkins , Julian Rhind Tutt , Oona Beeson and Geoffrey Whitehead. Director Claire Grove
The topical history programme returns with new presenter Gerry Northam , who explores the ethics of how we package and present our often tragic past. Producer John Byme Repeated tomorrow at 8.30pm
Alun Lewis presents a weekly review. Producer Anne McNaught. Repeated Tuesday at 8.00pm. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael O'Donnell returns with four portraits of contemporary family life. 1: The Richards of Streatham. Scott was nine when his parents split up. Five years later he was facing a charge of armed robbery. Repeated from Tuesday THE DEEP
Six residents of the rocky shore reveal the truth about life between the tides. 5: Greg Proops plays a tough-talking goby fish, a gangster in the rock pool. Written by Lynne Truss. Producer Sarah Blunt
In the second of four programmes, comic Mark Steel makes radical proposals to reorganise the media. Repeated from yesterday
Animal rites - John Peel with stories of the traumas caused by the untimely death of the family pet. Producer Sally Flatman. Repeated Thursday
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The Irish novelist and journalist talks about her life and work, her home town of Dublin and her latest book, Evening Class.
Producer Jerome Weatherald Repeated Friday at 9.30pm
A look back at some of the events that took place 50 years ago this week. Series editor Gaynor Vaughan Jones
Eight mysteries starring
Clive Merrison as Holmes and Michael Williams as Dr Watson.
4: The Bruce Partington Plans
A very serious case for Mycroft Holmes. with John Evitts , Pauline Yates , John Baddeley , Tiran Aakel and Anthony Newlands. Violinist Leonard Friedman. Dramatised by Bert Coules. Director Enyd Williams Repeat
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Sir James Walter:
Brian Kay celebrates the river Moldau as portrayed in Smetana's Ma Vlast Producer Peter Thresh
Presented by Canon Noel Vincent.
Gary Mitchell and Jimmy Murphy 's play that anticipated the intransigence of the Loyalists in Northern Ireland.
Director Pam Brighton Repeat
Film historian John Huntley visits six sites that were British film studios.
Roy Hattersley looks back at a lifetime in the Labour Party with a wry smile. 2: A Foot in the Door. 1950-1964. Producer Jane Ray Repeat
By Helen Dunmore.
Read by Patricia Brake . Repeated from Thursday