Producers Steve Peacock and Hugh O'Donnell
With Anna Ford and John Humphrys.
7.25,8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with the Rt Rev Bill Westwood.
Sports news with Cliff Morgan. Producer Audrey Adams
Holiday reports from around the world. Producer Eleanor Garland
Repeated tomorrow 10.45pm
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Presented by Ned Sherrin. Producer Julian Mayers
What are the real choices on polling day? Election Agenda promises no politicians, just the real concerns of the British people and the key questions on issues that matter. In the first of four live programmes, Vivian White examines education with households throughout the country and independent policy experts. Editor Gwyneth Williams
The fifth of six programmes opening up the Americas for the British listener is a special edition on Mexico. As allegations of corruption and drug trafficking reach the highest levels of government. Bridget Kendall explores the fragile state of Mexican society. Producer Maria Balinska
With Alison Mitchell.
Producer Frances Macdonald
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Simon Hoggart is joined this week by Alan Coren , Andy Kershaw , Jeremy Hardy and John Diamond.
Producer Aled Evans. Repeated Monday 6.30pm
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs a discussion with Margaret Beckett , Stephen Dorrell , Archy Kirkwood and Dafydd Wigley. Repeated from yesterday
Producers Nadine Grieve and Anne Peacock
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An adoption, a young girl, a merchant bank, life in the fast lane, multi-million-pound deals, and a web of villainy are the threads of Ed Thomason 's play, which is set in London at the time of Black Wednesday, October 1992. with Oliver Senton , Michael Troughton. Terry John , Frances Jeater , Jilly Bond , George Parsons , Annabel Mullion , Neville Jason. Kristin Milward and David Jarvis.
Director Tracey Neale Repeat
Four programmes exploring the human experience of history.
2: Our Sons as Well. Kevin Toolis presents eyewitness accounts of the Allied landing on the Gallipoli peninsula in April 1915. Producer Kate McAII
Repeated tomorrow 8.30pm
Presented by Anna Grayson.
Producer Julia Durbin. Repeated Tuesday
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The Diary of a Smoker. The new national taboo lands American humorist David Sedaris in trouble.
Producer Steve Doherty
Six people explain their ideas of Utopia to Michael O'Donnell.
4: Nobel Prize laureate and Nigerian exile Wole Soyinka. Producer Chris Paling
Repeated Thursday 11.30pm
The Rake's Progress
In eight short scenes, Tim Marlow investigates how William Hogarth 's everyday story of London folk in the 1730s changed the course of British art history, drama and opera. Producer Chris Eldon Lee Repeated Friday 9.30pm
With Geoffrey Wheeler. A look back at events in the news exactly 50 years ago. At Aintree, a 100-to-l outsider romped home in the Grand National and brought untold riches to his owner and the people of a small Irish village. In the classrooms of Britain, pupils were preparing themselves for an extra year as the school-leaving age was raised from 14 to 15 years. Producer Gavin Fuller
Series editor Gaynor Vaughan Jones
The second episode of Catherine Czerkawska 's three-part story.
2: The Mute Swan. Henrietta, in the 18th century, has been kidnapped and taken to Garve where she is surrounded by Gaels who neither speak her language nor share her culture. In the present, Sophie and her son Ben travel to Garve on holiday. with Mary Riggans , Bob Docherty ,
Finlay McLean , Monica Gibb and Kenneth Glenaan Whistle played by Mike Katz.
Director Hamish Wilson Repeat
Brian Kay introduces three popular classics, including the Solemn
Melody by Henry Walford Davies. Producer Peter Thresh
A series in which writers, thinkers and clerics talk from the heart. This week
Una Kroll on solitude.
By Elizabeth Bowen. Dramatised in two parts by Nigel Gearing.
1: 1920, Danielstown, County Cork. Lois is poised on the brink of womanhood. She dances and flirts with English officers, but they do not always return from patrols. with Billy Boyle , Janey Maw , Anna Livia Ryan. Robert Harper. JD Kelleher and Dorian Lough Director Claire Grove Repeat
The third of five programmes in which Nick Yapp remembers his first two years at the New Riverside School for maladjusted children.
Ted Hughes and Seamus Heaney read from their new anthology of favourite poetry, The School Bag, on the stage of the Royal Court Theatre in London's West End. The selection includes To Earthward by Robert Frost and Auden's Law Like Love.
Producer Susan Roberts