With Jenni Murray and guests. Featuring an interview with Geri Halliwell , which kicks off Radio 4's contribution to this year's Comic Relief. Drama: The Cry of the Bittern. Part 10. Drama repeated at 7.45pm For details see Monday
Last year Stephen Fry travelled to Uganda to visit projects funded by you through Comic Relief. This is his account of that life-affirming journey. Comic Relief donation line: [number removed]460
Producers Cathie Mahoney and Dymphna Flynn
By Scott Cherry. The Glee Boys decide to try out their new singer at a huge wedding reception, but how will he get over his nerves? Part 3. with Clive Swift , David Ross. Tracy Bennett , Ian Peck. John Baddeley and Susan Brown. Director Clive Brill
By Flora Thompson , dramatised by Nick Warburton. A three-part recreation of rural life at the end of the last century. 3: Harvest. At the end of the last century, men gather in the harvest while Laura collects money for Queen Victoria's
Jubilee. Voices at the end of this century record what has become of rural life. with Lewis Dodge. Adjoa Andoh ,
Elizabeth Conboy , Geoffrey Greenhill, Andrew Harrison.
David Goodland, Ben Crowe , Cliff Moulden ,
Roy Thornton , Arlo Stephens , Joe Butler , Ben Philips , Stan, Ella, Heather and Sherria Kibble. Director Claire Grove
A comedy series featuring radio's first quality weekend newspaper. Starring Rebecca Front , Simon Greenall , Tony Gardner , Tracy-Ann Oberman , Alice Arnold , David Holt and Nick Revell. Part 2.
Written by John Morton , Nick Revell and Tony Roche. Producer Paul Schlesinger Repeated tomorrow 12.30pm
Sid puts his foot in it.
Written by Mary Cutler. Director Julie Beckett Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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Jonathan Dimbleby is joined in Sandwich, Kent. by panellists including Val Evans of the Women's National Commission; Michael
Howard MP; and Gerald Kaufman MP. Producer Lisa Jenkinson
Repeated tomorrow 1.15pm
by Steve Walker.
The story of the greatest bare-knuckle boxing match of the 19th century between Tom Cribb, champion of England, and Tom Molineaux, a slave who wins his freedom and aims to conquer the world. With Burt Caesar, James Cosmo, Robert Bathurst, Cecilia Noble, William Roberts, Chris Emmett, Justine Midda, Harry Myers, Ben Crowe, Giles Fagan and Chris Pavlo.
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