Sue Lawley's guest this week is Harold Evans. One of the great campaigningjournalists, as editor of The Northern Echo in the 1960s he argued the case for cervical smear tests. At the Sunday Times he highlighted the problems of the thalidomide Children. Repeated from Sunday 11.15am
Crime and convents, police and perdition come together in the conclusion to Robert Smith 's four-part comedy. Virtual Saints
Despite moving the convent into cyberspace, Mother Helen and her nuns are not safe from declining numbers. And DI Cromwell has the small matter of an old murder to solve.
Director Ned Chaillet
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In his new series John Humphrys investigates food and the people who make a packet out of it. He looks at the major issues facing consumers and the industry and examines whether regulation can really make a difference to the quality and safety of food.
Producer Steve Peacock. Repeated Sunday 8pm
Michael Williams stars as Gladwyn Jebb, a man who sees his job as a vocation, his craft as an art and his lies as truths, in a monologue written especially for him by Peter Tinniswood.
Director Enyd Williams
Quentin Cooper and guests from the world of information technology cut through the digital maze to give advice and information about computers in the weekly phone-in programme. Producers Anna Buckley and Jez Nelson EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
All Day Sun by William Brandt , read by Stefan Dennis. Beleaguered househusband Greer suffers from crippling backache. His wife is pregnant, working and exhausted. And they are searching for their dream home in the sun. For details see Monday
Grommets. Grommet surgery was popular in the 1980s with patients and surgeons. Today doctors admit that only a minority of children with glue ear need hospital treatment. Final part. For details see Monday
James Naughtie with a special edition recorded at the Politics and Prose book shop in Washington DC. Author Charles Frazier discusses his bestseller Cold Mountain, the story of deserter's epic journey across the southern states during the American Civil War. Repeated from Sunday 4pm
Jill puts the chocs away.
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By Pang-Mei Natasha Chang. The concluding episode in the true story of Yu-i, a woman from a traditional Chinese family who triumphs over grief and notoriety to bring honour to her family. For details see Monday. Repeated from 10.45am
Nick Clarke is joined in the Over Community
Centre in Cambridgeshire, by Diane Abbott MP; Nick Clegg MP; Digby Jones , director of the CBI; and Andrew Lansley MP.
Producer Peter Griffiths. Repeated tomorrow 1.15pm
Written specially for radio by Edward Bond , this drama is set in the year 2077, a time when all our needs are provided forbutourfreedom is severely curtailed. Alice has been living with a secret she dare not disclose. Neighbours and relatives are dangerous to confide in or even speak to. A thought-provoking exploration of the human capacity for brutality, and ultimately, the inability to deny our humanity.
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Jonathan Agnew hosts the sports programme from Aintree ahead of the Grand National. Guests from the worlds of sport and entertainment discuss the attraction ofthe world's most famous race. Producer SimonCrosse
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