With John Humphrys and Edward Stourton.
6.25, 7.25 and 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With David Wilby and Mark D'Arcy. Editor Peter Knowies
7.48 Thought for the Day With Rhidian Brook.
8.32 Yesterday in Parliament
Migration - Finding the Way. Brett Westwood looks at howthe conservation of migrant birds generates its own particular problems, especially in the case of the Arctic swan whose journey takes it across several nation states. There is also the spectre of offshore wind farms - a formidable barrierto tired Whooper and Bewick's swans. Producer Julian Hector
Comedy drama by David Spicer about modern life and parenthood as seen through the eyes of two 30-something non-parents.
4: Expectant mother Lucy is trying to avoid stress - until she tries to break the news of her pregnancy to her mum and dad. Meanwhile Daniel gets an unwelcome taste of the joys of fatherhood.....
Roger Bolton with listeners' views on what they've heard on BBC radio.
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by David Napthine.
The second of three new cases for psychologist Joe Aston as he continues his work with the police in Teesside.
A taxi driver is in severe shock and remembers nothing of a trip to Middlesbrough that ended with his fare being shot dead. Joe retraces the journey with him in the hope that his memory will return, but perhaps this is an experience he would prefer not to remember.
The last of this week's stories commissioned forthe Belfast Festival. 5: The Restaurant Critic by Ronan Bennett. A novelist with a reputation for writing very serious books is invited to review a chic new restaurant for a Sunday newspaper, with disastrous results. Producer Miriam Lehman For details see Monday
Soundscape: The Serengeti March
5: Kimbea and her calf embark on the last leg of the journey-but they are still not safe. Not only are there night predators to avoid, but there is also the threat of disease. And when Kimbea's calf falls ill, the wild dogs and vultures move in. Fordetails see Monday
Satirical show starring Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis. With Mitch Benn , Marcus Brigstocke , Laura Shavin and Jon Holmes. Last in the series.
Producer Adam Bromley Repeated on Saturday at 12.30pm
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Alan and Lynda have artistic clashes.
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion as an audience in Lady Margaret Hall , Oxford, puts questions on issues of the week to a panel that includes the author and broadcaster Germaine Greer , the Mail on Sundaycolumnist
Peter Hitchens and the Conservative former minister Francis Maude MP.
Producer Anne Peacock Repeated on Saturday at 1.15pm
By Jeff Young. Writer Jeff Young walks through the streets of Liverpool in search of his grandfather, whose ghost he saw the day he got caught up in an armed robbery. A story about cities, in particular a story about Liverpool, that most mythical of cities.
Director Melanie Harris
5: Octavia Hill . Brenda Dean proposes National
Trust founder Octavia Hill as her choice of a Great Life. She joins presenter Humphrey Carpenter and the director of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation to analyse this highly-driven and complex social reformer. Producer Miles Warde
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