With Pat Jones.
Charlotte Smith explores Anglesey.
Producer Adrian Holloway.
With John Humphrys and Edward Stourton.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day
With the Rt Rev Richard Harries.
John Peel takes another wry look at some of the foibles of family life.
Producer Fiona Hill. PHONE: [number removed] E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/radic4/hometruths Repeated Monday 11pm
Arthur Smith presents the travel programme featuring travellers' tales, anecdotes and conversation.
Producer Eleanor Garland
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When Prince Edward married Sophie Rhys-Jones last year, the Queen queued in line alongwith everybody else for a scotch egg and a pork pie. The buffet has become fashionable once more.
Anna McNamee assists Chris, Jo and Lisa who need help with a surprise 40th birthday buffet. Producer Sarah Taylor
Robin Oakley examines the prospects for the Conservatives following their party conference. Producer Martin Rosenbaum
BBC foreign correspondents with the stories behind the world headlines. Introduced by Kate Adie. Producer Tony Grant
Paul Lewis 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. Repeated tomorrow 9pm
Simon Hoggart chairs the topical comedy panel game, this week from The Winter Gardens in Bournemouth to mark the Conservative Party Conference. With Jeremy Hardy and special guests. Repeated from yesterday
Jonathan Dimbleby is joined at the New School, West Heath in Sevenoaks, Kent, by Paul Boateng , Home Office minister;
Menzies Campbell , Liberal Democrat foreign affairs spokesman; barrister Imran Khan and Anne Widdecombe , shadow Home Secretary. Repeated from yesterday
Jonathan Dimbleby takes listeners' calls and e-mails in response to last night's Any Questions ? Producer Lisa Jenkinson E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Corin Redgrave introduces the BBC's critically acclaimed oral history project. It formed a main part of the BBC's millennium celebrations on BBC local radio and has been specially adapted for rebroadcast on Radio 4 in an eight-part series.
An account of the 20ttvcentury experience told by the people who lived it. This is the spoken testimony, the story of what it was to be alive during the century that has passed. These are the fascinating insights and personal recollections of people of all ages and from all walks of life. The programme used the recordings collected in the biggest project of its kind ever mounted in Europe. 1: Where We Live - the Landscape and the Townscape. Graphic accounts of changes to our towns, cities and countryside. Producers Ivan Howlett and Nick Patrick
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A psychological thriller by John Dryden about
Eastern European refugees working in a London tourist hotel. Kate, an Australian receptionist saving up to travel again, gets drawn into what she thinks is a harmless scam for providingjobs to illegal immigrants. But she soon discovers something deeply shockinggoing on within the confines of the hotel. It could be too late to escape.
Director John Dryden
The best of the week on Woman's Hour, presented by Jenni Murray.
Editor Ruth Gardiner. E-MAIL: email@example.com
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news, plus the sports headlines. Presented by Dan Damon.
Andrew Collins presents the weekly guide to the film world, including a profile of Joan Plowright 's film career and the secret of This Is Spinal Tap's
SUCCeSS. Producer NickiPaxman
Ned Sherrin and guests with the usual eclectic mix of conversation, comedy and music. Producers Ian Gardhouse and Chris Wilson
Tom Sutcliffe and guests look at the week's cultural events, including The Wilde Years; as the centenary of his death approaches, a new exhibition at the Barbican in London considers some of Oscar Wilde 's less well-known achievements. Jerome Weatherald
Four leading figures reflect on the nature of happiness. 1: Peter Ustinov. Author, actor and raconteur extraordinaire, Ustinov discovers happiness to be a tricky customer as well as a master Of disguise. Repeated from Sunday
With the end of summer comes the end of the silly season for news programmes and the press nationwide. Peter White looks back at some of the bizarre silly season stories from years gone by. Producer Libby Cross
The conclusion of Ruth Prawer Jhabvala 's novel set in post-independence Delhi, dramatised in two parts by Nandita Ghose. Shakuntala has joined Esmond's tour of the Taj Mahal and Har Dayal 's dilemma over his daughter's proposed marriage deepens.
Repeated from Sunday
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Nick Ross invites a panel of public figures to hear evidence and offer solutions to an issue of current concern.
5: Bored with the Ballot Box?With each election fewer of us botherto vote. Are we damaging our democracy? With commissioners Liz Forgan , Anatole Kaletsky and Anthony Smith. Repeated from Wednesday
Robert Robinson chairs the nationwide general knowledge contest. Repeated from Monday
Frank Delaney introduces requests for poetry by WB Yeats and William Blake , featuring an interview and readings from theirgreatest living commentator, Kathleen Raine. Repeated from Sunday
Five short stories from the margins of history- a work-in-progress by Emma Donoghue. 1. Figures of Speech. On a hot summer's day in 1632, Mary Stuart O'Donnell , Countess Tyrconnell, daughter of Rory the O'Donnell, sits down to write her last will and testament. Reader Frances Tomelty. Producer Lisa Osborne (R)