With John Humphrys and James Naughtie.
6.25, 7.25 and 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Sean Curran and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Canon David Winter.
8.32 Yesterday in Parliament
Presented by Becky Harris. When I Survey the Wondrous Cross (Rockingham). Galatians 6,
W12-16. Come and See (Kendrick). Lead Me, 0
Lord (Gant). With the choir of Blue Coat CE School, Coventry. Director of music Philip Formstone.
6/6 Lancaster. Archaeologist Julian Richards travels to Lancaster, where he finds the street layout little changed since 1610. The puzzle for the experts is why a city that had prospered from the slave trade was far less marked by industrial change. Producer Miles Warde
4/6. Another story in the third series of Sue
Rodwell's dramatisations of AJ Cronin's comic stories starring John Gordon-Sinclair.
The Accident. Dr Finlay and Arden House give shelter to a young woman with a bully for a husband.
Producer Viv Beeby
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3/4. With the help of a couple of toads and an ancient rhyme, the landscape detectives tryto discover why people first settled in the village of Bonsai in Derbyshire. With Brett Westwood. Producer Grant Sonnex
2/2. The Whites of Its Eyes. Now that the operation has been completed, all the team have to do is to keep the patient alive.
For details see yesterday
4/4. Connie St Louis reports on how medicine-for example, hip replacements, heart surgery, cataract operations and good dentistry- can fix some of the physical problems of old age. Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
6/6. Patrick and Stella finally find the house of their dreams - a perfect country cottage with a garden. But the children aren't budging. Will their plans be scuppered? Cast includes Duncan Preston , Penny Downie, Claudie Blakely , Bruce Mackinnon , Daniela Denby-Ashe and Catherine Shepherd. Written by Lucy Clare and Ian Davidson. Producer Elizabeth Freestone
3/5. By Daphne du Maurier , adapted by Robin Brooks. Maria continues her liaison with You Know Who and Niall is given his first art exhibition in Paris.
For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
You Know Who:
Michael Buerk chairs a live debate in which Melanie Phillips , Michael Gove , Claire Fox and Professor Steven Rose cross-examine witnesses who hold conflicting views on the moral complexities behind one of the week's news stories.
Producer David Coomes Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
1/7. Obesity. The World Health Organisation has abelled it a global epidemic. One in three British adults suffers from obesity, and the incidence among children is rising. It's estimated that by the year 2020 this will be the single biggest killer on the planet. Peter Evans examines our evolutionary past and our consumer-hungry present to find out how and Why we've got SO fat. Producer Alexandra Feachem
Adam Hart-Davis on why diets don't work: page 22
6/6. Hallucinations. Mixing satire, observation and nonsense, Craig Brown examines the world of hallucinations. Wallace Arnold takes some acid in the Garrick Club and John Humphrys grills Winston Churchill. With Edward Fox , Rory Bremner ,
Harry Enfield , Mel Hudson , Hugh Massingberd , Geoffrey McGivern , Felicity Montagu and Hugo Weaving. ProducerSimon Nicholls
6/6. Another adventure for Barry Cryer and Graeme Garden 's elderly Scotsmen, Hamish and Dougal. Starring Alison Steadman as Mrs Naughtie , the cleaning lady, and Jeremy Hardy as the laird.
Hamish and Dougal visit a well-known department store and get stuck between floors on an escalator. Producer Jon Naismith
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