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: World News

: Prayer for the Day

With Judy Merry.

Contributors

Unknown: Judy Merry.

: Farming Today

With Anna Hill. Producer David Street

Contributors

Unknown: Anna Hill.
Producer: David Street

: Today

With Sue MacGregor and James Naughtie.
6.25, 7.25,8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day
With the Rt Rev Thomas Butler.

Contributors

Unknown: James Naughtie.
Unknown: Thomas Butler.

: Resigning Issues

Fergal Keane presents eight interviews exploring what motivates people to leave their job - and often their way of life. 2: As chief prosecutor of the UN War Crimes Tribunals for the former
Yugoslavia and Rwanda, Judge Louise Arbour was responsible for bringing tojustice the most evil men on earth. This summer she resigned with a year of her contract still to run. Producer Jane Beresford. Repeated at 9.30pm

Contributors

Unknown: Fergal Keane
Unknown: Judge Louise Arbour
Producer: Jane Beresford.

: Where Were You?

Anne Leslie talks to Ned Sherrin about what she was doing while certain historical events were unfolding. ProducerTorquil MacLeod

Contributors

Talks: Anne Leslie
Unknown: Ned Sherrin

: Serial: The Parcel Arrived Safely - Tied with String

Michael Crawford continues his autobiography. Part 2. For details see yesterday

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Crawford

: Daily Service

Rll Thou My Life (Richmond); Psalm 105, wl-11; Give Thanks (arr Whitbourn); Songs of Praise the Angels Sang (Northampton). Director of music James Whitbourn.

Contributors

Music: James Whitbourn.

: Woman's Hour

Martha Kearney with the latest news, views and culture from a female perspective. Drama: VitalSigns by Peter Straughan. Part 17.
Drama repeated at 7.45pm. Fordetails see yesterday

Contributors

Unknown: Martha Kearney
Unknown: Peter Straughan.

: Nature

Cats versus Charisma. One of Britain's rarest mammals has made a spectacular comeback.
But the polecat does not have the same charisma as otters or ospreys, which benefit from lavish conservation programmes. Paul Evans asks whether we can learn lessons from the return of the Cat. Repeated from yesterday 9pm

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Evans

: From Megaphone to Microphone

A history of British theatre and its technology.
3: Lurking in the Shadows. Russell Davies views the pre-electricity days of candlelight in the theatres and discovers the revolution of trimmable wick and the shocking arrival of gas light. Producer Laura Parfitt

Contributors

Unknown: Russell Davies
Producer: Laura Parfitt

: You and Yours

PM WithTrixie Rawlinson and Mark Whittaker.
Editor Chris Burns. PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Whittaker.
Editor: Chris Burns.

: The World at One

With Nick Clarke at the Conservative Party conference in Blackpool.

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Clarke

: Recording Music

In the second of two programmes, David Owen Norris charts the history of the classical recording industrythrough the archives of Gramophone magazine, the oldest music magazine in the world. This week he explores the heyday of the LP, the advent of the CD, and the digital future. Producer Jane Greenwood
2.00 The Archers Repeated from yesterday 7pm

Contributors

Unknown: David Owen
Producer: Jane Greenwood

: Afternoon Play: The Hydro

Ronald Frame's popular four-part drama is set in a luxury hotel in the Scottish Highlands.
2: A famous television soap opera star plans a secret revenge in the dining room, and a businesswomen's conference leaves one accompanying husband with far too much time on his hands.
Director Patrick Rayner (R)

Contributors

Director: Patrick Rayner
Fee: Eliza Langland
David: Crawford Logan
Wilma: Una McLean
Judge: Tom Watson
Mrs Drummond: Ann Scott-Jones
Andrew: Gregor Powrie
Gail: Deirdre Davis
Colin: Simon Talt
Bar gi rl: Louise Ludgate

: The Exchange: [number removed]0444

Call Eddie Mairforan exchange of experiences and views on today's topical issues. Producer Sukey Firth. LINES OPEN from 1.30pm

Contributors

Unknown: Eddie Mairforan
Producer: Sukey Firth.

: Blind Man on the Rampage

2: What Colour Is Maroon Anyway? Fordetails see yesterday (R)

: This Sceptred Isle: the 20th Century

27: 1934 - the Night of the Long Knives, and the Long March
Fordetails see yesterday

: Shop Talk

Heather Payton and guests with entertaining conversation about the world of business, money and technology. Producer Simon Crow

Contributors

Unknown: Heather Payton
Producer: Simon Crow

: The Learning Curve

A guide to the world of learning, for listeners of all ages who want the best from the system. Producers Dorothy Stiven and Anne Freeman Action Line: [number removed]
E-MAIL: [address removed] Repeated Sunday llpm

Contributors

Producers: Dorothy Stiven
Producers: Anne Freeman

: PM

With Clare English and Chris Lowe.

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Lowe.

: Life, Death and Sex with Mike and Sue

A sketch show that takes a comical view of lifestyles, families and relationships.
Robert Duncan and Jan Ravens play Mike and Sue. They arejoined by Roger Blake , Alistair McGowan , Ronnie Ancona and Emma Kennedy.
4: This week, a look at the flip side of fame. Mike meets his biggest fan, and the week's good cause ischarity. Written by David Spicer and Hugh Rycroft Music Mark Burton. Producer Helen Williams

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Duncan
Unknown: Roger Blake
Unknown: Alistair McGowan
Unknown: Ronnie Ancona
Unknown: Emma Kennedy.
Written By: David Spicer
Written By: Hugh Rycroft
Music: Mark Burton.
Producer: Helen Williams

: The Archers

Tommyfinds a friend indeed. Repeated tomorrow 2pm

: Front Row

Mark Lawson chairs the arts programme, which investigates why love hurts in contemporary
Hollywood: is cynicism at the heart of too many cinematic romances? Producer Tanya Hudson

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Lawson
Producer: Tanya Hudson

: Vital Signs

By Peter Straughan. Tuesday: the inquiry into the Ruddles case prompts some frank discussion. Tempers reach boiling point in A & E. Part 17. Repeated from 10.45am. For details see yesterday

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Straughan.

: File on 4

Two years after fraud rocked Doncaster council,
Gerry Northam asks what progress is being made in the fight against corruption in ourtown halls. Producer Andy Denwood. Repeated Sunday 5pm

Contributors

Unknown: Gerry Northam
Producer: Andy Denwood.

: In Touch

Peter White with news for visually impaired people. Producer Cheryl Gabriel. PHONE: [number removed] for more information. FACTSHEET: send a large sae to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Peter White
Producer: Cheryl Gabriel.

: Case Notes

The medical programme returns for a new series. Would you ever sue your doctor? How would you go about it? Is it all about money or is it more to do with saying sorry? Patients and doctors tell
Dr Graham Easton about the costly - and stressful - route to litigation. Producer Paula McGrath
E-MAIL: [address removed]. Repeated tomorrow 4.30pm

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Graham Easton
Producer: Paula McGrath

: Resigning Issues

Repeated from 9am

: Book at Bedtime: The Ground beneath Her Feet

By Salman Rushdie. Part 12. For details see yesterday

Contributors

Unknown: Salman Rushdie.

: The Now Show

Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis host a comedy sketch show. This week they arejoined by Dan Freedman , Nick Romero , Bert Tyler-Moore and George Jeffrie. Plus stand-up comedy from Al Murray. Repeated from Saturday6.15pm

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Punt
Unknown: Hugh Dennis
Unknown: Dan Freedman
Unknown: Nick Romero
Unknown: Bert Tyler-Moore
Unknown: George Jeffrie.
Unknown: Al Murray.

: Talking Pictures

Brian Sibley with the big picture on the world of film. This week, the strange art of the voice double. Plus the expert guide to the pick of films On television.

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Sibley

: News

: The Late Book: Amsterdam

AM By Ian McEwan. 7: Vernon urges Clive to go to the police about the Lakeland rapist, but Clive is in the middle of finishing his Millennium Symphony. For details see yesterday

Contributors

Unknown: Ian McEwan.








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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