With Fr Matthew Jones.
With Alex Brodie and Sue MacGregor.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Indarjit Singh.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
In the last of six programmes, Mark Lawson re-examines traditional vices or virtues with Bea Campbell , Jonathan Porritt , Peter Stanford and AN Wilson. Producer David Coomes
In the fourth of ten programmes, West Yorkshire Playhouse director Jude Kelly and Jatinder Verma of Tara Arts discuss their favourite paperbacks with Tom Sutcliffe. Producer Susan Roberts. Rptd Sunday 9pm
Dear Lord and Father of Mankind (Repton); 1 Kings 19, wl-12; Be Not Afraid (Dufford); Be Not Afraid (Mendelssohn). Director of music Nigel Swinford.
The news of 50 years ago today.
Introduced by Jenni Murray. Serial: A Many Splendoured Thing. Part 3. For details see Monday
Repeated from Sunday 2pm
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With Lesley Riddoch.
A six-part drama by Peter Kerry.
2: Something strange is happening under the water. Marcia, meanwhile, is still adjusting to a quieter lifestyle. with Sammy Johnson , Jean Southern. Stephen Thirkeld and Niall Ashdown Producer Kathy Smith
With Nick Clarke.
Repeated from yesterday 7.05pm
A four-part drama by Tony Mulholland. 2: Women Beware Women. Both
Patricia and New Labour politican
Evelyn are finding the general election is not just about party policies. with James Warrior and Susan Jeffrey Director Brian Lighthill
In the last programme of the series, Michael Rosen invites Wendy Cooling to select paperbacks to interest all ages over the summer holidays. Producer Jill Burridge
With Daire Brehan and guests.
Paul Gambaccini sees the new
Batman and Robin movie in which the caped crusader gains a sense of humour. In the studio, the classical violinist Joshua Bell talks and plays. Producer Olive Clancy
Revised repeat at 9.30pm
By Patricia Alderman , read by Robert Glenister. "Who is your ideal man?" William enquires. "Richard Branson , Andre Agassi and Martin Amis ," replies Antonia.
Producer Brian Lighthill
Repeated from Monday 12.25pm
Phil feels the generation gap. Repeated tomorrow 1.40pm
With John Waite and the team.
Editor Graham Ellis. Rptd tomorrow 9.05am WRITE TO: Face the Facts. BBC
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Farewell. Hong Kong to Durban. On 6 March, the ocean liner Oriana set sail from Hong Kong. For many of the families on board, this was the last boat home and they left behind a life as servants to Her Majesty's Hong Kong Government. In the first of two programmes, Julian Pettifer travels with them to record their memories, regrets and hopes as they contemplate the reality of their new lives.
Producers Sara Conkey and Mary Price
Eight documentaries telling stories that cross boundaries of geography and generation.
7: Family Values. A collaboration with ABC Australia that looks behind the façade of Adelaide's genteel provincialism. Who is responsible for a string of gay murders? The police evidence is scrutinized and a big question is posed: is there a conspiracy by the establishment to cover the tracks of a local citizen? Editor Sharon Banoff
The second of a five-part series exploring the way different disciplines are working together to illuminate fundamental questions. Three thousand and eight hundred million years ago, the first microbial life forms on earth crawled out of the primordial soup. How did these entities, the ancestors of all life on earth, including humans, arise?
Quentin Cooper goes in search of the origin of life.
Producer Julian Brown. Rptd Sunday 9.30pm
Revised repeat from 4.05pm
With Robin Lustig.
By Timothy Mo. Part 3. For details see Monday
11.00 Twenty Players The fourth of six programmes, featuring forgotten sporting heroes. Written by Simon Bullivant Producer Richard Wilson
The fourth of Karl MacDermott 's six-part comedy set in small-town Ireland. Jack is having a midlife crisis and becomes attracted to Breege.
Producer Alan De Pellette
The third of a five-part comedy series written by Bill Dare , starring Robert Duncan and Julia Hills. With Roger Blake , Debbie Isitt , Mark Kilmurry and Dan Strauss. Music by Mark Burton Producer Pete Sinclair Repeat
By Antonio Skarmeta , read in five parts by David Rintoul. Part 3.
For details see Monday Repeat