With Dr Allison Elliot.
With AlistairCooke. Repeated from yesterday at 8.45pm
6.08 Sports Desk
Helen Mark reflects on the past year and takes a journey through the changing seasons.
Producer Matt Dyas Extended repeat on New Year's Day at 1.30pm
Miriam O'Reilly provides the essentials to bluff your way through country life. Producer Sarah Falkingham
With Edward Stourton and Tim Franks.
7.25 and 8.25 Sports News
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rev Rob Marshall.
John Peel looks back over a year of Home Truths.
Producer Harry Parker Repeated on Monday 29 December at llpm PHONE: [number removed] email: email@example.com
The adventures, frustrations and joys of travel are explored by presenter Sandi Toksvig. Producers Kevin Dawson and Torquil MacLeod
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Jackie Clune celebrates the magazine that was the friend, guide and agony aunt to generations of teenage girls -Jackie. Producer Alison Vernon-Smith
Dennis Sewell and guests discuss the topical issues in politics. Producer Paul Vickers
Seasonal insight and colourfrom BBC correspondents around the world, producer Tony Grant
Paul Lewis presents impartial advice and the latest news from the world of personal finance. Producer Jennifer Clarke Repeated tomorrow at 9pm
Simon Hoggart casts a Christmas eye overthe best bits of a year's News Quiz- with contributions from
Alan Coren , Jeremy Hardy , Linda Smith , Andy Hamilton and Francis Wheen , among others, and a pick of the CUttingS. Repeated from yesterday at6.30pm
Atomic Aspirations. Bringing international perspectives to current issues. Courtenay Griffiths and five experts examine the controversy that surrounds the debate over nuclear proliferation. Repeated from yesterday at 8pm
Another chance to hear a programme about the life and career of Kenneth Clark , whose birth centenary was in July this year. Presented by Miranda Clark. ProducerThomas Morris
By Charles Dickens, dramatised by John Clifford.
Written just a year after Dickens's more famous Christmas story, A Christmas Carol, The Chimes tells the story of Trotty Veck, a humble man who one New Year's Eve learns in an extraordinary way how important love and hope are to life.
Toby 'Trotty' Veck:
Sir Joseph/Mr Filer:
Lady Bowley/Mrs Tugby/Lily:
New series In this three-part series, author and Sunday Times critic Anthony Sattin meets people who have moved abroad and then written about it. 1: A Decade in Provence.Peter Mayle , author of A Year in Provence, discovered paradise in rural
France back in the late 1980s. As a result, this quiet corner of Provence was deluged with tourists, making life so difficult that Mayle finally decided to move. Now he's back and rediscovered the paradise he found - then nearly lost. Producer Sarah Jane Hall
The best of the week on Woman's Hour, presented by Martha Kearney.
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News and sports headlines, presented by Dan Damon. Editor Peter Rippon
A hundred years ago shooting began on The Great Train Robbery- the very first western. But this year Warner Brothers dismantled their famous Laramie Street cowboy set because of a lack of demand.
There are some big-budget westerns in the pipeline, but Jim White wonders whether Hollywood shouldn't just take it like a man and saddle up, ride into the sunset and watch the final credits roll. ProducerJerome Weatherald
Ned Sherrin presents another mix of music, comedy and conversation. Producer Main Russell
Tom Sutcliffe and his guests review the cultural highlights of the week. Producer Fiona McLean
3: The last programme in this series hearing extraordinary stories from six diverse NHS workers. An art therapist talks about his inspirational work caring forthe elderly, while a psychiatric nurse recalls the case she had of a woman who had murdered her own baby.
Repeated from Sunday 21 December at 5.40pm
James Naughtie investigates the history and traditions behind the peculiarly Scottish celebration of Hogmanay, forwhich thousands of people head north of the border at a time when the days are bewilderingly short and the weather is at best unpredictable. Producer Caroline Barbour
At a Christmas house party in north Wales, the guests exchange philosophical flirtations under the beady eye of Miss Brindle-Mew, who is determined to marry off her niece and nephew before the festivities are over.
Repeated from Sunday 21 December at 3pm
Michael Buerk chairs a debate with Steven Rose , Ian Hargreaves , Michael Gove and Claire Fox , who cross-examine witnesses with conflicting views on the moral complexities behind one of the week's headlines. Repeated from Christmas Eve at 8pm
The quest for the best all-round amateur quiz team of the year continues as Manchester meet
Aberdeen. The questionmaster is Peter Snow. Repeated from Monday 22 December at 1.30pm
Michael Symmons Roberts meets the Irish poet John O'Donohue at his Connemara home, in the bleak yet beautiful landscape that inspires his work in the Christian and Celtic traditions. Repeated from Sunday 21 December at 4.30pm
Another idle thought of ourtime investigated by Evan Davis. How wide should the pavement be?
The last of a series of short stories inspired by words from the more obscure corners of the Oxford English Dictionary. 5: Logorrhoeaby Harry Ritchie , read by Johnny Meres. "You know how sometimes I tend to go on a bit when I'm anxious? Well, I think I went on quite a bit that evening. Me and my idiotic idiolect. My loco loquacity. My ghastly garrulity. My preposterous prolixity...." Producer David Jackson Young