With the Rev Sister Una Kroll.
Editor Chris Burns
Richard Uridge uncovers more stories and characters from the British countryside. Repeated Thursday 1.30pm
With John Humphrys and Sue MacGregor.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Canon Eric James.
This week the programme peers through the net curtains lining an Oxfordshire village where over 20 members of the Waters family live in the same street. Presenter John Peel.
Producer Paula McGinley. PHONE: [number removed]
E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. Repeated Monday 11pm
Ned Sherrin with Michael Nyman and Luke Slater. Producer Chris Wilson
Has history become a dirty word for ourfutureobsessed leaders? Simon Hoggart asks whether modernising politicians have lost all sense of the past. Producer Chris Bowlby
Kate Adie presents insight and analysis from correspondents worldwide. Producer Tony Grant
Alison Mitchell with the latest news from the world of personal finance and impartial advice for all those tryingto make the most of their money. Producer Frances Macdonald
The topical comedy programme starring the world's biggest names from politics, sport and entertainment - courtesy of impressionists
Alistair McGowan , Kate Robbins , Simon Lipson and Jon Culshaw.
Repeated from yesterday
Jonathan Dimbleby isjoined at the Museum of London by panellists including Simon Hughes MP, Boris Johnson of The Spectatorand David Willetts MP.
Repeated from yesterday
Jonathan Dimblebytakes listeners' calls in response to this week's edition of Any Questions?
Producers Lisa Jenkinson and Karen Turner LINES OPEN from 12.30pm
Professor Roy Porter examines four episodes in the 20th century when the state of a leader affected the state of a nation. 1: The Shah of Iran The Shah was diagnosed with leukaemia five years before he was deposed. Did the knowledge of his disease spur him to speed up the reforms which led to revolution? Producer Ian Bell
By Marcy Kahan.
Actor, playwright, songwriter, director and star - Noel Coward never quite added sleuth to his astonishing achievements. But just before the war with Hitler, there is a gap in his memoirs. Is there a murder mystery within those days?
The best of the week on Woman's Hour, presented by Jenni Murray. Editor Ruth Gardiner
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news, plus the sports headlines. Presented by Eddie Mair.
Brian Sibley with the big picture on the world of film, including the expertguide to the pick of films on television.
Producer Simon Elmes. WRITE TO: Talking Pictures, BBC Radio 4, London, W1A 1AA. E-MAIL: email@example.com
Boothby Graffoe stars in a comedy programme of monologues, sketches, straw polls and songs. With Simon Evans , Vivienne Soan, Big Al, Kevin Eldon and Antonio Forcione.
1: Chic Ken. Eavesdrop on the semi-detached world of aspiring singer/songwriter John Shuttleworth and his family. Written and performed by Graham Fellows Producer Paul Schlesinger (R)
Tom Sutcliffe and guests discuss the week's cultural highlights, including the re-opening of the Royal Court theatre after a major three-year refurbishment.
Novelist Carol Shields gives the first of fourtalks by women writers on the subject of clothes.
Shields was introduced to the world of hats and wigs as a result of her chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer in early 1999. Producer Hannah Andrassy
Repeated tomorrow 12.15am
Simon Fanshawe explores a lifetime of keep-fit, from primary school spins and stretches to the rigours of the over-60s. Producer Sean Walsh
Clare Chambers's book, winner of the Romantic Novel of 1999, is dramatised by Catherine Czerkawska. Abigail believes that she has banished the ghost of her first love affair and the catastrophe that ended it, but 13 years later a chance encounter forces herto acknowledge that the spell is far from broken.
Repeated from last Saturday
Diana Madill returns with a four-part series of lively debates about the important issues of the day. 1: "Good education is selective education." This week from Trafford in south Manchester, where parents and professionals face each other to argue theircase.
Registeryourvote to agree on [number removed] or to disagree on [number removed]. Callscost a maximum of lOp Repeated from Wednesday
Tim Healey and fellow musicians from the Mellstock Band re-create the songs of the early Victorians and the stories behind them.
1: The Song and Supper Rooms. The precursors of the music halls, where men gathered after hours to eat devilled kidneys, drink brandy and Sing. Repeated from Sunday
Fiona Shaw introduces the first of three anthologies of new poetry with contributions from Roger McGough , RS Thomas and Jo Shapcott. Featuring a specially commissioned sequence written and read by Lavinia Greenlaw. Repeated from Sunday
Martin Jarvis reads the first of four stories by Grant Allen. The mysterious colonel first appeared in the Strand Magazine in 1896. His goal -the systematic fleecing of Sir Charles Vandrift , the morally dubious millionaire. But who is Colonel Clay really?
1: The Episode of the Mexican Seer (R)