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7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Penny Faust.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament Editor Jon Barton
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By AJ Cronin , dramatised in four parts by Herbert Williams. With
James Macpherson as Andrew Manson and Kelly Hunter as Christine.
2: Winning by Degrees Andrew finds that no one wants a medical assistant from "the valleys" - they have a reputation. Repeated from Sunday
Tim Marlow reports on the Royal Ballet's new production of Push
Comes to Shove from the acclaimed choreographer Twylla Tharp , and reads an intriguing new expose of London's art world in Fear of the Dog. Producer Helen Garrison
By Maeve Binchy.
Heather has learnt from bitter experience that all Valentine's Day declarations of love should be viewed with suspicion; even if the sender is the one she loves.
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John gets serious.
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a topical discussion in Chard, Somerset, with Sir Charles Powell , former advisor to Lady Thatcher;
Donald Dewar MP, Labour's Chief Whip: and Baroness Williams of Crosby, Liberal Democrat peer.
Producer Nadine Grieve
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Including a special report on recent changes to the law on public order. Do they fetter the public's right to protest and demonstrate on controversial issues such as animal rights, road building and rights of access?
Producer Simon Coates
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The writer Blake Morrison talks to
Sheena McDonald about the challenge of finding a voice in which to write his powerful and controversial new book, As If, published this week. Repeated from Saturday
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