With James Naughtie and John Humphrys.
6.25, 7.25 and 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Robert Orchard and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Canon David Winter.
8.32 LWonlv Yesterday in Parliament
3/3 Michael Nicholson meets servicemen and women who have left Britain's armed forces and hears how they adjusted to life in Civvy Street.
The Hermit. Peter Joseph always knew he would serve, and the proudest moment of his life remains his participation in the Falklands War. He tells Michael Nicholson how a succession of setbacks and the break-up of his marriage has meant he wants nothingto do with Civvy Street, preferring his own company and the company of those with whom he served in the south Atlantic. Producer Paul Kobrak
New series 1/11. Roger Bolton with listeners'views and opinions on BBC radio programmes and policy.
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Producer Margaret Budy Repeated on Sunday
By Carmen Walton. Semi-autobiograpnicai u, ama aboutthe author's parents. , h
When George meets Mags it's in one of the most deprived areas of Europe in the 1950s -the Gorbals in Glasgow. There's an instant attraction, and despite their surroundings, they make music together.
Later George will give Mags his mosttreasureu possession - a tattered copy of the Communist
Manifpstn. Rut can their ideals and passi.on survive
Producer/Director Pauline Harris
2/6 The Family Service. Steve Chalke visits a community business in Bensham, Gateshead, which, in offering affordable childcare, is well ahead of its time. StChad'sCommunityProjectoffersa whole range of care services for children as well as providing family support, and is believed to have lowered local truancy and crime figures. With many of its staff drawn from the locality it has brought a confidence to the area, but in spite of its success, its future is by no means certain. Producer Sandra Sykes
7 /8 Ganache! Montelimar! Montezuma! Do such words make your taste buds tingle? They may well do if you love chocolate - or xocoatl, as the bean that
Christopher Columbus was given in 1502 was called bv the Nicaraguans. Plus the fast-talking, wise-cracking, horn-tooting words of the Marx Brothers as fans everywhere celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of the brothers' writer, S J Perelman. Producer Sara Jane Hall Repeated on Sunday
An innovative look at the week's news with Simon Hoggart , Alan Coren , Linda Smith , Andy Hamilton and a special guest.
Producer Simon Nicholls Repeated tomorrow
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The sleep-outgets underway.
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion as an audience in John Moores University, Liverpool, puts questions on issues of the week to a panel that includes Conservative Party chairman Liam Fox , and Menzies Campbell, Liberal Democrat deputy leader and shadow Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs.
Producer Victoria Wakely Repeated tomorrow
By Nat Segnit. Chris Langham stars in a satirical comedy about a man who finds a cure for his deoression in a vicious Glaswegian dolphin.
Director Jeremy Mortimer
15/15. "The man hav learnt to say 'my wife' in a most wonderful naterel way, considering how very youthful he is in wedlock - hey, neighbours all?" Bathsheba's future is at last decided.
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