With the Rev Elfed ap Nefydd Roberts.
Presented by AliStairCooke. Repeated from yesterday
News and events from the British countryside, with Richard Uridge.
Producer Gabi Fisher. Shortened
With John Humphrys and James Naughtie.
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Canon David Winter.
John Peel takes a look at the foibles offamily life. Producer Harry Parker. PHONE: [number removed] WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/hometruths
E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org. Repeated Monday llpm John Peel: page 15
This bank holiday Stuart Maconie and guests discuss what to do with long weekends. Do we make the best of them or should we look to the French for advice? Producer Cathie Mahoney. PHONE: [number removed] WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/excessbaggage E-MAIL: email@example.com
The conclusion of a three-part series juxtaposing sports events that made the front page against the news they eclipsed. July 1990 and the world was in motion. Walls were crumbling in eastern Europe and a former South African terrorist took tea at
Number 10. Simon Barnes looks back to England v West Germany in the semi-final of the World Cup in 1990. It was a match of iconic moments: Gazza was booked and cried, Lineker mouthed "have a word" to the bench and Waddle made a fateful penalty Shot. Producer Rachel Pink
The political discussion programme that sharpens the focus on current ideas and events. Presented by Sheena McDonald. Producer Ingred Hassler
Colour, wit and observation as BBC correspondents take a look behind the world's headlines. Introduced byKateAdie. Producer Tony Grant
The Equitable Dilemma. Policyholders will soon have the chance to vote to determine the future of Equitable Life. But what's best for one policyholder may not be best for another. Lesley Curwen is joined by policyholders to explore the next crucial chapter of the Equitable Life story. Producer Kim Barrington
The Sony Award-winning impressionist show returns for another series. Starring Jon Culshaw , Jan Ravens. Mark Perry and Kevin Connelly. Rptd from yesterday BBC RADIO COLLECTION: Dead Ringers and Dead Ringers. Series 2. Part are available on audio cassette and CD from all good retail outlets and www.bbcshop.com Call [number removed]
Six debates on issues of perennial interest. chaired by Nick Clarke in front of an invited audience. 4: "Instant communication isthe curse of the 21st century." LINES CLOSE at 2.20pm. To vote YES PHONE: [number removed] To vote NO PHONE: [number removed]. Maximum call cost lOp Repeated from yesterday
Phone Nick Clarke with your views on the issues raised in last night's edition of Straw Poll. Producer Nick Utechin. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
"You do see, don't you, that she's got to be killed. It's the only solution." Ominous words heard through a hotel window which prophesy murder in the Red Rose city of Petra. Dramatised by Michael Bakewell.
The best of the week on Woman's Hour, presented by Martha Kearney. Executive producer Anne Tyley. EMAIL: email@example.com
Full coverage and analysis of the day's news, plus the sports headlines, presented by Dan Damon.
Today on the weekly guide to film Antonia Quirke talks to David Thomson as he updates his book, The Biographical Dictionary Of Film. Producer Stephen Hughes
An eclectic mix of conversation, comedy and music, with Ned Sherrin and guests. Producer Chris Wilson
Tom Sutcliffe reviews this week's cultural highlights, including Fury, Salman Rushdie 's new transatlantic comic novel whose hero leaves Britain for New York, ajourney made by Rushdie himself. Producer Erika Wright
First in a series of inspirational graduation speeches. Today's speakers are George and Barbara Bush. Repeated from Sunday
Ventriloquism, juggling and conjuring all depend on being able to see what's happening, yet all have worked on radio. Dance, the visual arts and sport should be impossible in a sound-only world, but they are also successful - indeed, sport is a mainstay of radio. Sean Street, Britain's first professor of radio, examines the nature of the medium and considers aspects that ought to work but are very hard to bring off - like sex and death. Producer Julian May Ventriloquism on radio?: page 25
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The final part of Thomas Hardy 's novel, adapted by Alan Sharp. Tess is working at a desolate, windswept farm, hoping that Angel will come to save her.
Repeated from Sunday
BBC RADIO COLLECTION: Tess of the d'Urber villes is available from all good retail outlets and www.bbcshop.com. Call [number removed]
Marcel Berlins helps members of the public pit their wits against professionals. Planning. What is the law's role in decisions about planning and the environment? Rptd from Wednesday
General-knowledge contest. Repeated from Monday
Requests for poems which have been set to music, and lyrics which stand up in their own right. Pieces are performed by the writers, including Philip Gross, Lemn Sissay , Jean "Binta" Breeze and Leonard Cohen. With Frank Delaney. Rptdfrom Sunday
The last of four short stories by Susie Maguire.
A Brown Study read by Crawford Logan. A fictional episode in the real life of Scottish comedian Arnold Brown. Producer David Jackson Young (R)