With the Rev Stephen Shipley.
With Anna Hill.
With John Humphrys and James Naughtie.
6.25, 7.25,8.25 Sports News
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rev DrColin Morris.
Lively and diverse conversation with David Aaronovitch and his guests.
Producer Chris Paling. Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
Led by Nigel Swinford. 0 Praise Ye the Lord; Laudate Dominum; 1 Chronicles 29, w6-13; Be Praised, 0 God (PLW); Give Thanks with a Grateful Heart. Director of music Paul Leddington Wright.
3: At the height of his professional success and fascination with Lord Alfred Douglas , Wilde expresses his concerns about the equality of women in Victorian society and the nature of journalism. For details see Monday. Repeated at 12.30am.
Actress Susan George discusses her new album of love songs with Jenni Murray. Drama: The
Chocolate Lowers' Club by Moya O'Shea. Part 3. Drama repeated at 7.45pm
A two-part documentary in which Edi Stark visits vicarages, rectories and manses throughout the country to talk to modern-day wives of clergymen.
Male clergy and their spouses discuss the pressures of striving to live up to superhuman expectations, and their reluctance to break rank for fear of letting the side down in an increasingly secular age. They demonstrate that while violence and struggle for power lurk beneath the facade of happy clergy marriage, there is also forgiveness and Vision.
A four-part comedy-drama by Michelle Read , starring Samantha Bond and Hugh Bonneville. 2: As love blossoms for romance writer Anna, her characters become increasingly annoyed by the lack of authorial presence in their plot lines. Not only does Anna keep having Lady Chatterley fantasies, but she's worried Brian only wants her as a friend.
Producer Dawn Ellis
With Liz Barclay and Winifred Robinson.
The last edition ofthequiz. Presented by Pete McCarthywith guests Brian Sewell , Robin Simon and David Edwards. Producer Sarah Rowlands
Repeated from yesterday 7pm
Jack Klaff stars as the celebrated 19th-century lawyer George Lewis in three dramas by Robin Brooks.
A mysterious poisoning tempts Lewis to indulge his skills in cross examination.
Director Clive Brill
Shortened repeat from Sunday2pm
3: On Top of the World by Roger Granelli. Rob and Roxanne's experience of everyday life in Laugharne proves more painful than Dylan Thomas 's colourful fiction. Read bySiwan Morris. For details see Monday
3: Voices. The noise and the silence of water is explored. For details see Monday
Laurie Taylor talks to Harvard academic
Robert Putnam about his acclaimed book BowlingAlone in which he explores ways of restoring community spirit. Prod ucerMarya Burgess. E-MAIL: email@example.com
The third of four programmes contrasting the medical treatment of people and animals. GP
Dr Graham Easton gets mucky with a farm animal vet and finds himself doing an obstetric examination on a cow and blood-testing 70 sheep. He discovers that these days farm vets are less James Herriot and more public-health experts, and that there are pros and cons to dealing with well-informed farmers.
Producer Julia Durbin. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Douglas Adams's 12-part comedy from 1978.
Sent to find the ultimate answer to life, the universe and everything, Arthur Dent and his companion have been cornered by two humane cops who, nevertheless, have left them in a certain-death situation.
BBC Radio Collection: "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Primary and Secondary Phase", are available on audio cassette and CD from all good retail outlets and [Web address removed] Call [Number removed]
Eddie makes a delivery.
Repeated tomorrow 2pm
With Francine StOCk. Producer Ekene Akalawu
3: It is Clementine's turn to create a chocolate delight for the club and Charlotte tells the tale of her terrible chocolate cravings during pregnancy. For details see Monday. Repeated from 10.45am
Nick Ross invites a panel of public figures to hear expert evidence on a current issue. 6: Teachers on Trial. Are teachers too vulnerable in the classroom?
With Martin Bell, Conor Gearty and Patricia Hodgson. Producer Helen Wilson. Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
Simon Hoggart looks at the Liberal Democrats' annual party conference. Repeated from Sunday at 10.45
Science magazine. Traditionally, the brain is viewed as hard-wired, incapable of change once development has ended and only possessing a limited ability to recover aftertrauma. Unlike skin, blood and other parts of the human body, where old cells die and are replaced, the adult human brain is usually presumed to be unable to renew itself. Yet recent discoveries have overturned this belief and confirm that the brain is in fact "plastic".
Peter Evans explores how recent research into this brain plasticity may one day be turned into therapy for diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Producer Paul Arnold. EMAIL: Scirad@bbc.co.uk
Shortened repeat from 9am
Part 3. For details see Monday
A six-part comedy series written and performed by the creator of John Shuttleworth , Graham Fellows. 4: Kajaboohoo. Brian plays one ofhisforgotten songs and tells the story of how he gave Boy George the idea for one of his biggest hits. Producer Dawn Ellis
Fourth in a six-part comedy series written by and starring Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis. With
Emma Kennedy and Simon Greenall. Produced by Adam Bromley
Five comedy lectures exploring the lives of passionate men. This week, Karl Marx. With Martin Hyder and Carla Mendonca. Producer LucyArmitage
Wilde Repeated from 9.45am