With the Rev Inderjit Boghal.
With Anna Hill.
With Sue MacGregor and James Naughtie.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News
7.48 Thought for the Day
With the Rev Dr Colin Morris.
Libby Purves and guests engage in lively and diverse conversation.
Producer Alison Hughes. Repeated at9.30pm
With Nigel Swinford. Lowinthe Grave He Lay(Christ Arose); Matthew 22, w23-33; Now the God of Peace (Knight); Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem (St Fulbert). Director of music Gordon Stewart.
Written and read by Jonathan Smith.
3: The Case for a Balanced Life. For details see Monday
Terry Wogan isJenni Murray 'sguestthis morning. Drama: My Career Goes Bungby Miles Franklin . Part 3. Drama repeated at 7.45pm
The series following the progress of the Charter School, formed after the closure of Dulwich High School for Boys - one of the country's most troubled comprehensives. Headteacher Pam
Bowmaker attempts to get a team in place ready for this month's first intake of pupils, but the school buildings are behind schedule and the complicated appeals process means it is still not clearwhich children, or even how many, have been Offered places. Producer Susan Mitchell
The Private Theatricals or Mrs Joseph Porter. The third of Charles Dickens 's four comic tales, dramatised by Stephen Wyatt. The British love for amateur dramatics takes over a household with farcical results.
Director Sally Avens (R)
Mrs Joseph Porter:
With Mark Whittaker.
With Nick Clarke at the Liberal Democrats Conference in Bournemouth.
The antiques quiz presented by Lars Tharp in which two teams of experts discover some unusual objects. This edition comes from the home of courtier and adventurer
Sir Walter Raleigh. Sherborne Castle in Dorset is simply steeped in historical artifacts, all of which survived even Raleigh's attempts to modernise the castle and turn it into a kind of Renaissance des res. Producers Elizabeth Abrahams and Anne Bristow
Repeated from yesterday 7pm
InKelvin Segger's version of three tales by Emile Zola , a "dead" man watches in horror as everyone around him prepares for his funeral, another man is "killed" by advertising and a third Dostoones his dream forfartoo long.
Director Peter Leslie Wild (R)
John Cushnie , Bob Flowerdew and Pippa Greenwood answer questions posed by gardeners from Northamptonshire. With chairman Eric Robson. Repeated from Sunday 2pm
3: The Girl from Quebradaby Meaghan Delahunt , read byTamara Kennedy. A young Mexican girl determines to escape poverty and prostitution by becoming one of the famous divers of Acapulco, but the competition is for men only. For details see Monday
3: "Hello, Darling. Buy Me a Drink. "Life in the smoky, cosmopolitan bars of 1950s Soho was one of inspired conversation, champagne and oysters. Or was it? For details see Monday
Laurie Taylor invites his guests to think the unthinkable about society and the ideas that shape it. ProducerTonyPhillips.E-MAILthinking.email@example.com
Serving Others. A place where those with learning difficulties can work alongside the able-bodied was the dream of two men, one in AnturWaunfawr, near Caernarfon, the other in Ponderosa,
Heckmondwyke, West Yorkshire. In his continuing series of programmes, Howard Stableford tells of the extraordinary foresight and determination they used to make the dream a reality.
Producer Sandra Sykes. PHONE: [number removed] for more information. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/radio 4 E-MAIL:changing. firstname.lastname@example.org
With Clare English and Eddie Mair.
A comedy series by Kay Stonham.
3: Town Mouse, Country Mouse. This week, a family decides to escape the rat race and move - from a farm in Devon to a three-bedroom flat on the Isle of Dogs. Will they fit in with the locals?
Producer Jane Berthoud (R)
Mrs Antrobus revises her offer. Repeated tomorrow 2pm
With Francine Stock. Producer Jennifer Clarke
By Miles Franklin. 3: Sybylla's book is a hit and she finds herself wooed by men from near and far. Then her parent's friend, Henry Beachamp , comes to Stay. For details see Monday. Repeated from 10.45am
Nick Ross invites a panel of public figures to hear evidence and offer solutions to an issue of current concern. 3: The Generation Game
Should age discrimination be outlawed? With commissioners Yasmin Alibhai-Brown , Sir Herman Ousley and Kate Barker.
Producer Helen Wilson. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
The most exclusive political club in the United
Kingdom has only three members -the speakers from the assemblies in Wales, Northern Ireland, and the Scottish Parliament. They meet to discuss how they are copingwith the politics of the newly-devolved United Kingdom.
Producer Mark Palmer. Repeated from Sunday 10.45pm
Up to 500,000 people suffer heart failure in Britain each year and with only 300 hearts available annually for transplant, the drive to find an alternative has never been stronger. Peter Evans traces new research into the quest for the artificial heart. Producer Sue Broom. Email: [email address removed]
With Charlie Lee Potter.
By Joanna Trollope. 3: Alan decides to meet his father's lover. For details see Monday (R)
James MacLoughlin 'scomedydrama charts the exploits of Chief Constable Bill Burscough.
3: Bill Burscough 's nephewjust happensto be on dutywhen an environmental protest goes awry. Is this Johnny Spender 's chance to oust Bill from his job as Chief Constable at last? Director Marion Nancarrow
Last in the sketch show seriesthat takes a comical view of lifestyles, families and relationships. Robert Duncan and Jan Ravens play Mike and Sue. They are joined by Roger Blake , Alistair McGowan , Ronnie Ancona and Emma Kennedy. Music Mark Burton. Producer Aled Evans (R)
By Toby Litt , read by Stephen Tompkinson. Part 3.
For details see Monday