Presented by Becky Harris. Spirit of God within Me
(Schola). John 16, w5-13. The Call (Vaughan
Williams). Atthe Name of Jesus (Camberwell). With the Chester Cathedral Choristers. Director of music Philip RUShforth. producer Norman Winter
By Philip Norman , abridged in five parts by Andrew Simpson and read by Jeff Rawle. A new memoir from the novelist and biographer about his bizarre and sometimes traumatic boyhood at the end of an Isle of Wight pier. 1: The author remembers Babycham. the fizzy glamour drink of the 1950s and its part in shaping his father's fortunes and misfortunes as a seaside impresario. Producer Peter Kavanagh Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by Jenni Murray , who talks to Alice Sebold , author of The Lovely Bones and Lucky, about rape and child murder.
10.45 The Mill on the Ross
Part 1 of this week's Woman's Hourdrama. Drama repeated at 7.45pm
Tony Phillips revisits Muslims he interviewed in Hidden Voices ten years ago to find out how their lives have changed. This week he travels back to the Netherlands, where he meets former political science students Fadime and Esme. Today Fadime is a rising star in the Dutch parliament; Esme has changed her name and decided that she no longer needs to wear her headscarf. Producer Tony Phillips
In the presence of Her Majestythe Queen and members of the Royal Family, the service, which marks the 50th anniversary of the Coronation, is a reflection on that event and its ceremonies of commitment, dedication and service. Taken by the Dean, the Very Rev Dr Wesley Carr , with the choir of Westminster Abbey and organist and master of the choristers James O'Donnell. The commentator is Nicholas Witchell. Producer Philip Billson
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By Sarah Woods. A drama-documentary following one day in the life of a Coventry betting shop. What makes people put their hard-earned money on horses and dogs? Do they real ly believe they can beat the bookie? An affectionate and revealing glimpse behind the scenes of a High Street institution that most people know little about.
Songs by Nick Hall and Sarah Woods , performed by Nick Hall and Mark Standbridge
Producer Peter Leslie Wild
To mark the 40th anniversary of the Profumo Affair, five stories, each of which ends with the phrase immortalised by Mandy Rice-Davies . 1: Shaft.
Written and read by Ann Enright. Producer Peter Everett
The Liverpool council house where Paul McCartney grew up in the 1950s is the setting as Robert Lacey recalls the events that shaped the modern world. 1: A Coalition at War. While American and British forces goto warto bring peace and liberty to a far-off land, a prime minister is in trouble and a tyrant dies.
Producer Felicity Goodall
Another edition ofthe famous "antidote to panel games", from the Civic Theatre in Darlington. Tony Hawks joins show regulars Tim Brooke-Taylor , Graeme Garden and Barry Cryer.
Humphrey Lyttelton is in the chair and Colin Sell is at the piano. Producer Jon Naismith Repeated Sunday 12.04pm
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Mark Lawson with arts news, interviews and the verdict on the film Anger Management, a comedy starring Jack Nicholson as a doctor with unusual ideas about the treatment of uncontrollable rage. Producer Rebecca Nicholson
George Eliot 's tale of love, rejection and reconciliation, dramatised in 15 parts by Judith Adams. 1: BoyandGirl. Maggie Tulliverisayoung woman whose aspirations reach beyond her simple rural life and beyond those of her brother Tom. As she grows up, she struggles to find love and fulfilment amid the restrictive conventions of Victorian society.
Director Gaynor Macfarlane Repeat of 10.45am
Bad Bread. White sliced bread is the ultimate British comfort food. But why did we become so fond of something so lacking in taste and dull in its texture? in the first of a new series Chris Bowlby picks up crumbs of information on topics as varied as the creation of the medieval "upper crust" the 1950s government drive for cheap toast, and the British habit of using bread for purposes other than eating. Producer Smita Patel
The best thing since sliced bread?: page 117
Everwondered what would happen if someone switched off the world? No sight, taste, touch or smell - but what about sound? Kirsten Beasty captures our senses in sound in an aural sandstorm of sensory imagination.
Producer Kirsten Beasty Executive producer Matt Thompson
Gulls and Galls? Lionel Kelleway investigates the reasons behind the rise of the urban gull population in Britain and forthe decline in numbers at an island gull colony off the coast of California. Meanwhile, Stuart Blackman hunts for galls with a gall wasp scientist to learn about the complex relationship between a gall wasp and its chosen host. Producer Sheena Duncan Repeated tomorrow at 11am
By Rose Tremain , abridged in 15 parts by Sally Marmion. Juliet Stevenson begins reading this compelling and compassionate new novel. The year is 1866 and Joseph Blackstone and his new bride Harriet have crossed the world in search of happiness in New Zealand. Producer Di Speirs
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