Sara Parker looks at life-altering first nights. The China Baby. Lynne and Alan have spent years trying for a family -without success. Eventually, they decide to adopt a little girl from China. This is the story of their quest. Producer Sara Parker
CS Lewis Centenary Surprised by Joy Led by Canon David Winter with the choir of the Queen's College, Oxford, directed by Owen Rees. Hark the Glad Sound: Romans 10, w6-13: Psalm 23: Sometimes a Light Surprises.
A five-part series of Marianne Carey 's comedy drama set in the offices of an Edinburgh insurance company. 3: The management consultants draw up their report, and a new boy joins. with Monica Gibb , Jenny Ryan , Tom Smith ,
John Shedden. Gavin Kean , Paul Birchard and Hilary Neville. Producer David Jackson Young
In 1907, Edith Wharton and Henry James made a remarkable car journey through France. Michael Bakewell presents an account of their progress and of their singular friendship. Starring Joss Ackland and Gayle Hunnicutt. (Repeat)
The airwaves are once again handed over to aspiring singer-songwriter John Shuttleworth. Joining him today is weatherman John Kettley , who he hopes can teach Ken a sun dance. Written and performed by Graham Fellows , with additional material by Martin Willis. Producer Paul Schlesinger
Repeated tomorrow 11.30pm
Australia v England
This morning features closing commentary from Perth on the fourth day's play in the Second Test. continuing on Radio 5 Live at
8.35am.Coverage of the final day's play begins at 2.30am. 'Approximate times
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