With Sarah Montague and James Naughtie.
6.25,7.25 and 8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Robert Orchard and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Elaine Storkey.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament LW only
5/5. Concluding the parallel accounts of the space race from American astronaut David Scott and Russian cosmonaut Alexei Leonov. Leonov commands the Soyuz spacecraft in the joint Apollo/Soyuz mission of 1973. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
In 1905 a young Englishwoman, Millie Downs , travelled to Johannesburg to marry Henry Polak , who had become active in Gandhi's campaign forthe rights of South Africa's Indians. Millie Polak challenged the young
Gandhi about his views on sex, faith and food, and on his treatment of women - and she wrote down what they said to each other. These revealing conversations are recreated here and are placed in the context of GandhM early experiments in how bestto live. Producer Mark Whitaker
6/6. Colette and Barry decide to come clean about their feelings for one another. But the reaction they get from their spouses isn't quite what they were expecting.
Comedy set in possibly the worst estate agents north of Watford. Written by Mike Stott. Lames Frost
Producer Bruce Hyman Director Dirk Maggs
The world of radio
6/6. Rosie Goldsmith eavesdrops on the world of radio and offers a taste of the latest English programme from a remote east European country - Transdniester Radio Calling! Producer Lucy Ash Repeated on Sunday at 8pm
Nicky is a new minicab driver trying to study forthe knowledge in his spare time. His relationship is on the rocks and his life seems out of control. Charlie is his passenger, a crazy old man who wants to talk about the war. There's a tube strike, the traffic isn't moving and the two are forced to spend time together.
But as Nicky finds out, Charlie isn't crazy- he in love. Written by AL Kennedy .
Director Kate McAII
5/5. The People's Railway. Sandra Sykes visits
Wensleydale in North Yorkshire where the community have been working for 14 years on the restoration ana operation of their railway line. Opened primarily as a passenger service forthe community, the line is already boosting trade in local shops and providing much-needed job Opportunities. Producer Sandra Sykes
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Numbers attach themselves to us from an early age, from lucky numbers to phone numbers. This programme tells the stories of people's relationships with these powerful little symbols. Producer Alan Daulby
4/8. Simon Hoggart introduces the topical comedy panel game with the help of Alan Coren , Andy Hamilton , Jeremy Hardy and Francis Wheen.
Producer Simon Nicholls Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
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Brian makes a shocking discovery.
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5/10. Julie discovers that sometimes she knows more about the lives of the previous occupants of her house than they do themselves. By Julie Myerson.
For details and more cast see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Dorothy, aged 80:
Dorothy, aged 20:
Winnie, aged 4:
Winnie, aged 60:
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion at Strode's
College, Egham. The panellists include the Secretary of State for Transport, Alistair Darling ; Lord Heseltine; Liberal Democrat MEP Liz Lynne ; and Nigel Farage , leader of the UK Independence Party.
Producer Victoria Wakely Repeated tomorrow at 1.15pm
Vintage broadcasts by the late Alistair Cooke. Repeated tomorrow at 5.45am and on Sunday at 8.45am
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Over one night in one hospital, how many different levels of consciousness are there? Every patient, nurse and doctor has a story to tell. With commentary from scientists Sue Blackmore, Chris Idzikowsky ,
Robert Morris , Steven Rose and David Wilkinson. Interviews by Sue Broom. By Bridget O'Connor and Peter Straughan.
Director Jeremy Mortimer
6/10. Charles Wheeler maintains that Lyndon B Johnson was the greatest of all the American presidents since Roosevelt. With the help of LBJ 's biographer Robert Dallek , he explains why. The discussion is chaired by Humphrey Carpenter. Producer Peter Everett
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