With the Rev Dr Jeff f Cuttell.
Editor Chris Burns
Richard Uridge uncovers more stories and characters from the British countryside. Producer Alasdair Cross. Repeated Thursday 1.30pm Roland White 's Radio Review: page 49
With John Humphrys and James Naughtie.
7.20 Yesterday in Parliament
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day
With the Rev Dr Leslie Griffiths.
8.45 Yesterday in Parliament
This week Michael Rosen has a turn at taking a closer look at listeners' lives on Radio 4's interactive family show.
Producer Paula McGinley. PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: email@example.com
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/hometruths Repeated Monday 11pm
Arthur Smith presents the travel programme.
This week he is joined by Nick Haslam who will be exploring Budapest.
Producer Sara Jane Hall. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org PHONE: [number removed]
The last of the series of programmes mixing pop and politics to capture the atmosphere and chart the course of general election campaigns which changed the country.
Sandi Toksvig remembers 1987, when Living in a Boxwas in the charts and a cupboard in Knightsbridge sold fora a small fortune. Margaret Thatcher had been in Downing Street for eight years, and challenging her were Labour's
Neil Kinnock and the two Davids - Owen and Steel - of the Alliance. Producer Chris Bond (R)
Mary Ann Sieghart of The Times reviews the political week. Producer Vicky Taylor
BBC foreign correspondents with the stories behind the world headlines. Introduced by Kate Adie. Producer Tony Grant
Al i son Mitchell with the latest news from the world of personal finance and impartial advice for those trying to make the most of their money. Producer Paul O'Keeffe
Simon Hoggart hosts the topical comedy panel game. With Alan Coren , Andy Hamilton , Jeremy Hardy and Hattie Hayridge. Repeated from yesterday
Jonathan Dimbleby is joined at the Pavilion theatre, Brighton, East Sussex, by Misha Glenny , Matt Ridley , Nicholas Soames MP and Radio Times columnist Polly Toyn bee. Repeated from yesterday
Jonathan Dimblebytakes listeners' calls in response to last night's edition of Any Questions ? Producer Lisa Jenkinson. LINES OPEN from 12.30pm
Joe Farrell examines the stories of six great but now apparently forgotten people and asks why they have been so neglected.
3: Robert Cunninghame Graham was a Scottish aristocrat, with a claim to the throne of Scotland, who seemed destined to live the quiet life of a landowner. But he was also the first socialist in Parliament. He went on to found the Scottish National Party. An adventurer and cowboy in South America, and a brief inmate of Pentonville jail for causing a riot, he was a literary inspiration to Shaw, Wilde and Conrad. Producer Jane Greenwood
Elizabeth Berridge 's novel, set in the Border country, is dramatised by Alison Joseph. An unexpected inheritance allows Emma Rowlands to return to her roots and renew her career as an artist. But when her mother comes to visit, a surprising discovery is made.
Director Jocelyn Boxall
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 Dan Damon.
Andrew Collins with the guide to film, including a report on documentaries that are shown in the cinema but not on television. Plus a profile of Bruce Willis who has had a love-hate relationship with the Critics. Producer Matthew Dodd
Ned Sherrin and guests with the usual eclectic mix of conversation, comedy and music. ProducerChriswiison
Tom Sutcliffe and guests discuss one of the highlights of the year's cultural calendar-the opening of the Tate Modern. Plus Ridley Scott's new epic, Gladiator.
Undertaker and poet Thomas Lynch presents a series of lyrical and humane essays about the emotions that underpin daily life.
2: Catch and Release. He contemplates the changing relationship between a father and his son. Repeated from Sunday
Using archive material never previously broadcast, Jo Glanville tells the story of Belsen concentration camp, going beyond the familiar images of the liberation to reveal its little-known postwar history.
By James Hogg , dramatised in three parts by Don Taylor.
Mrs Logan and Bell Calvert discover the true circumstances of George's murder and learn for the first time the danger presented to Robert by his mysterious friend Gil-Martin. With Edward Petherbridge, Cal Macaninch and Paul Higgins.
(Repeated from Sunday)
Respect for the Earth
The last of five eminent thinkers from around the world speaks about an aspect of sustainable development. Poverty and Globalisation. Can we feed the world without using intensive farming techniques or genetically modified crops?
Environmental campaigner Vandana Shiva argues that globalisation is robbing the poor and threatening the planet. Fom New Delhi.
Repeated from Wednesday. This year's Reith lecturers talk to the Prince of Wales on Wednesday at 8pm, and the discussion is repeated next Saturday 10.15pm.
Mary Allen talks to musical experts who attempt to convince her of the finest example of a particular genre of music.
2: The Greatest Piano Concerto. Repeated from Sunday
Kevin Crossley-Holland explores what gives the riddlethe vitality to span time, culture and subjects.
Repeated from Sunday
Five short stories bywomen writers. 3: Daddy's
G/rtby Polly Samson , read by Andrew Lincoln.
Richard has had enough of playing gooseberry to Emily and her beloved father. Today he his going to take control. Producer Sara Benaim (R)