With James Naughtie and Carolyn Quinn.
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 the Rt Rev Richard Harries.
8.32 Yesterday in Parliament
1/3. Washington DC blues singer Michael Roach searches for the roots of his music, starting in the hill country above the Mississippi Delta where the fife music of Otha Turner has been carried in a direct line from the west coast of Africa. Producer Paul Evans
2/4. By PG Wodehouse, dramatised for radio by Roger Davenport.
The Ordeal of Osbert Mulliner. As Mr Mullinertells it, Osbert Mulliner 's troubles began - as so often happens - when he fell in love. Threatened by a jealous and violent explorer as well as by the damsel's s uncle. Osbert sees no alternative but flight.
Producer/Director Ned Chaillet
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Producer Margaret Budy Repeated on Sunday
By Anji Loman Reid. Joan is delighted to be working at last and is determined to fit in with the other employees at Bridlington Brides - even if it means noniurine un a husband.
Producer/Director Pam Fraser Solomon
The Wind Farmers. Dismayed by a 70 per cent drop in their income, three hill farmers in North Wales decided to cash in on the power of wind, one of their most obvious assets. Sandra Sykes hears their expansion proposals, which face criticism from concerned local residents. Producer Julian Hector
5/5. The Chez Panisse Cookbook. Writer Ben Rogers concludes his exploration of food history through important cookbooks with a look at Alice Waters's 1980s cookbook, which launched Californian cuisine and encouraged people to look at other cultures for culinary inspiration. For details see Monday
3/9. The Home Secretary claims that a planned national victims' fund will support people whose lives are ruined by crime. Marcel Berlins asks how victims will be helped and if they will be persuaded to report crime and help secure more convictions. Producer Simon Coates Editor Nicola Meyrick
4/6. Another in the series of prime sketches from the hit impressionist show.
Producer Ed Morrish Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
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5/5. BySueTeddern. A wrycomedyconcerningthe shifting relationships of five friends and family on a 52-mile walking holiday along Offa's Dyke. Day 5: Longtown to Hay-on-Wye
For more details and cast see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion as an audience in Colchester puts questions to a panel that includes Labour MP and chairman of the culture, media and sport select committee Gerald Kaufman , Conservative transport spokesman
Damian Green , journalist Rosie Boycott and writer AN Wilson. Producer Victoria Wakely Rptd tomorrow 1.15pm
By Christopher William Hill. A black comedy woven into the real events surrounding Liberace's 1959 libel trial against the Daily Mirror. East End teenager Owen Clancy is struggling with his sexuality and with his relationship with his mother, Esme. Emotions escalate when Owen and Esme compete for the affections of Owen's piano teacher, Mr Doyle , and then erupt during Liberace's celebrated legal battle.
Other parts played by John Rowe , Philip Fox , loan Meredith and Christopher William Hill Pianist Colin Guthrie Producer/Director Liz Webb
4/10. Multicultural Britain. Is this just a woolly minded buzzword? Matthew Parris invites three writers, Reshma S Ruia, Archie Markham and Leone Ross , to ponder the meaning of these words. Producer Peter Everett
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