With the Rev Ian McKenzie.
Sue MacGregor and James Naughtie.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Charles Handy.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
Topical discussion. Producer Anne Peacock
LINES OPEN from 8.00am
* Ears of the Nation: page 43
With the Nu Way Singers; Jacob's
Ladder (Trad); Genesis 28, w 10-17; Precious Lord (Dorsey): Until I Found the Lord (Hawkins). Director of music Juliet Fletcher.
3: Along the Rio Grande. The food and the music where two worlds collide. Producer Alasdair Cross Repeated Sunday at 5.00pm
A look back at the headlines of 50 years ago today.
For details see yesterday
Introduced by Jenni Murray. When the chief of the Nswazi people of central Matabeleland died without a son and heir, his people decided to elect his 23-year-old daughter to replace him. Caroline Swinburne reports from
Zimbabwe on the furious row over this break with tradition, a dispute that has dragged in the country's president, Robert Mugabe. Serial: Perfectly Correct (9) For details see yesterday
Geoff Watts reports on the health of medical care.
Producer Richard Aedy
Repeated Sunday at 10.15pm
With Lesley Riddoch.
Peter Snow returns with a fresh stock of newspapers, their dates chosen at random by computer. This week, the Random Edition team brings alive stories from the Daily Mail of 10 September 1903. Edward VII enjoys a flutter at the St Leger, and there are eye-witness accounts of the Boer War as the country weighs the cost of conflict.
Producer Andrew Green
With Nick Clarke.
Repeated from yesterday 7.05pm
Beryl's cat Big Striper and Pippsy the budgie comment on her search for a husband in Daphne Glazer 's crazy comic strip of loss, lust and capitulation.
Director Sue Wilson
Jeremy Nicholas visits the homes of six well-known personalities to delve into their record collections in search of musical and personal revelations. 1: Bob Monkhouse.
Full coverage of the Chancellor's speech and instant analysis of its impact. Vincent Duggleby and Evan Davis assess the effect of the Government's spending and taxation plans on households and on the economy as a whole. Live reports from the marginal constituencies and interviews from Westminster test the political impact of the last budget before the general election. Presented by Chris Lowe , Charlie Lee-Potter and Nick Clarke. Including 3.00 News
David Jason stars as Pop Larkin and Pam Ferris as Ma in Eric Pringle 's six-part dramatisation of the novel by HE Bates. 1: When Pop gets a little of what he fancies early one morning, there are dire consequences....
Music by Barrie Guard and Pip Burley Director Adrian Bean Repeat
Julia gives marriage guidance. Repeated tomorrow at 1.40pm
Reporter Mark Whitaker. Producer David Lewis
Repeated Saturday at 5.00pm
Repeated from Saturday 4.30pm
A series about the treatment of problem children. Jenny Cuffe follows young people in residential care. 1: The Last Resort
Why do young people need increasingly intensive - and expensive - forms of residential care? Producer Anna Parkinson Repeat
Peter White with news, views and information for visually impaired people.
Producer Eleanor Garland PHONE: [number removed]
FACTSHEET: send large sae to [address removed]
Paul Vaughan analyses a new volume of writers' dreams from AS Byattto Barbara Cartland and talks to
Jonathan Miller about his new production of Shakespeare's classic,
A Midsummer Night's Dream. Producer Erika Wright
With Isabel Hilton.
By the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
By Don Marquis. Part 2. For details see yesterday
Vincent Hanna reviews the week's media stories at home and abroad.
Repeated from Sunday 11.15am
Six well-known people look back at the pleasures and pains of their teenage lives with Hunter Davies.
5: Garry Bushell , The Sun's TV critic, goes back to his teens in the seventies when Saturdays were spent selling the Socialist Worker, going to football matches and performing Monty Python sketches with his friends. Producer Lucy Cacanas Repeat
Part 2 of Patricia Highsmith 's powerful love story. For details see yesterday