With John Humphrys and Sue MacGregor.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News .
7.45 Thought for the Day With Paul Johns.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament Editor Jon Barton
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The last of four programmes about TV news presented by Martin Bell . News and Truth. BBC foreign correspondents enjoy far more freedom than those in America.
Producer Tony Grant. Repeated Sunday 6.15pm
St Columba Week
The Rev Dr Bert Tosh is in lona with the Choir of St Columba School, Kilmacolm. Hymns: From Erin's Shore (Columba); 0 Christ the Same (Londonderry); Rune of St Columba: I Saw Stranger Yestreen (solo and harp). Reading: Psalm 34 (selected verses).
Five programmes in which James Hunter tells the story of transatlantic emigration from Scotland.
4: The Energy Is Here. The settlers who moved to Cape Breton, Canada, felt there was the same "energy in the ground" as they had known in Scotland. Producer David Jackson Young
England v Australia
Coverage of the second day's play in the First Test at Edgbaston. Commentary by Jonathan Agnew , Henry Blofeld , Christopher Martin-Jenkins and Neville Oliver. Including at 3.45
TMS 40 - the Voices Peter Baxter recalls the commentators of 1957. * Approximate times
In the first of six programmes David Neil Lodge begins a journey from the Arctic Circle to the Mediterranean.
Each weekly destination will be determined by a roll of the dice.
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Pat gets one up on Tony.
Written by Chris Hawes. Director Peter Leslie Wild. Editor Vanessa Whitburn.
Repeated Monday 1.40pm
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