With Canon Ralph Godsall.
With AlistairCooke. Repeated from Friday
6.08 Sports Desk
Helen Mark explores rural life across the UK.
Producer Gabi Fisher
With Miriam O'Reilly. Producer Steve Peacock
With John Humphrys and Edward Stourton.
7.25 and 8.25 Sports News
7.48 Thought for the Day With Huw Spanner.
John Peel takes a wry look at the foibles of family life. Producer Paula McGinley PHONE: [number removed] email: email@example.com
Sandi Toksvig and guests discuss destinations, ways and reasons for going away. Producer Jane O'Rourke
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When the Motown hit Dancing in the Street was adopted as an unofficial anthem forthe US race riots in 1967, the company's artists unwittingly became icons of the struggle. Yet in 1970 the company's founder, BerryGordy, upped roots from
"motor city" Detroit to the lucrative and essentially white pastures of Los Angeles. Stephen Evans concludes his profile of Motown's rise and fall by talking with those involved. Producer Paul Evans
Sheena McDonald introduces the political discussion programme that sharpens the focus on current ideas and events. Producer Ingrid Hassler
Kate Adie presents the stories and colourfrom BBC correspondents around the world. Producer Tony Grant
Chris A'Court presents impartial advice and the latest news from the world of personal finance. Producer Jennifer Clarke Repeated on Sunday at 9pm
The last in the present series of the award-winning satirical impressionist show. Starring Jon Culshaw , Jan Ravens , Kevin Connolly , Phil Cornwell and Mark Perry. Repeated from Friday
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion at Saltaire in Shipley, Yorkshire, where the audience put questions to a panel that includes the shadow secretary of state fortransport, Tim Collins. Repeated from Friday
Jonathan Dimbleby takes listeners' calls and emails in response to last night's Any Questions ? PHONE: [number removed] email: email@example.com Producer Anne Peacock
By George Steiner , dramatised by Dave Sheasby. In this wartime tale of love and betrayal, Bunny, a rich young American academic in occupied France, finds himself embroiled in the Resistance movement, hidden in an asylum and guilty of terrible inaction.
Director David Hunter
The final programme in the series in which
John Nightingale investigates the stories behind some extraordinary shipwrecks.
3: The Death of the Duchess. The Herzogin Cecilie was one of the last of the commercial tall ships and one of the fastest everto sail the seas. In April 1936 she was en route to Ipswich, her hold filled with 52,000 sacks of Australian grain. How she managed to crash into the north Devon coast, nine miles off course, remains one of the great mysteries of maritime history. Producer Tim Malyon
The best of the week on Woman's Hour, presented by Martha Kearney.
Series editor Jill Burridge Producer VibekeVenema EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
News and sports headlines, presented by Nigel Wrench. Editor Peter Rippon
In the film-magazine programme this week is a report on Quentin Tarantino 's long-awaited new film, Kill Bill. And, at the end of a summer of documentaries, Jim White finds out about the American National Spelling Bee phenomenon in Spellbound. Producer Jerome Weatherald
Ned Sherrin presents another mix of music, comedy and conversation. Producer Kevin Dawson
Tom Sutcliffe and guests look back at the week's Cultural highlights. Producer Fiona McLean
Charles Handy meditates on a Tuscan hilltop about lessons to be learnt from the Italian way of life. 3: Wallowingin the Arts. Handy concludes his reflections on life, thankful for Italy's heritage of civic art and beauty. "Words literally fail us when we come to the truly important things in life. We need images that linger in the mind, that niggle at us, won't leave us alone, disturb us but also comfort us, that offer hope as well as Challenge." Repeated from Sunday
Barry Cryer takes a look at the cottage industry of music-hall recording restoration, and at the lives and works of some of the genre's stars. Thanks to modern computer technology we are able to hear again performances by artists such as Mark Sheridan, Ernest Shand, Vesta Victoria and Albert Chevalier, material originally recorded at the turn of the last century.
Producer Karl Phillips
By Somerville and Ross, dramatised in two parts by Anne Haverty. A satire on Anglo-Irish society in 19th-century Ireland. 2: When Roddy Lambert 's wife dies, Charlotte, who has always loved him, hopes he will marry her. However, Roddy has other ideas.
Director Tanya Nash Repeated from Sunday
Sex Selection. Nick Ross asks if new over-the-counter techniques for choosing the sex of your baby should be legalised here. Repeated from Wednesday
The third semi-final features contestants from
Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the north of England. Robert Robinson is in the chair. Repeated from Monday
Mellow fruitfulness, marigold dawn, and late-flowering love. Roger McGough presents a selection of poems for autumn. The readers are David Collins , Sally Cookson and Bonnie Hurren. Repeated from Sunday
and Other Stories
A series of five short stories by Frank O'Connor , abridged by Jane Marshall. 3: The Genius. "Mother had told me about geniuses; I wanted to be one." Read by TP McKenna . Producer Jane Marshall