With John Humphrys and James Naughtie.
6.25,7.25 and 8.25Sports News With Steve May.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With David Wilby and Sean Curran.
7.48 Thought for the Day With John Bell.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
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Commentary on the second day's play in the First Test at Lord's. At 12.30pm News and Talking Point, ana at
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1/2. Thirty years ago in California, a new course emerged in which charismatic motivators urged participants to get rid of the "rackets" in their heads. Now, these forum meetings continue in Britain, though their methods have been refined. Jenni Mills goes to California to find the truth behind the headlines about the Human potential Movement. The concluding part is broadcast next week atthe same time. producer Miles Warde
2/6. There have been burglars at the CyberPass bistro. Merv stays up alone to confront them. Written by and starring Mervin Stutter. With John Challis , Lill Roughley , Chris Ettridge , Gyuri Sarossi and Geoffrey McGivern. Producer Simon Nicholls
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A radio version of the William Wordsworth poem, with new dramatised scenes by Nell Leyshon. StamngTom Courtenay as the Narrator. Michael is the first poem in which Wordsworth poeticised the language of ordinary men, and tells the story of Cumbrian sheepfarmer Michael and his only son, Luke, who is forced to leave the family farm in search of financial help. rd the family farm in searcn of finacial help. Music Gary Yershon Director Susan Roberts
2/5. Friends and Family- the Lizard, Cornwall. More than 30 years ago a group of poorly equipped men set out on the Cleveland Way. Since then they have been joined by theirfamilies and friends to walk most of the long-distance paths of the British Isles. Clare Balding joins them on part of the South West Coastal path. Producer Sally Wright
5/5 The Historian and the Storyteller. Robert Irwin finds out what the stories of The Arabian Nights can reveal about the medieval Arabic world they came from and discovers a lost manuscript. For details see Monday
8/8. The results of the competition for words for things we don't have words for are finally announced, thereby releasing a crop of new words into the language. Presented by Michael Rosen. producer Paul Dodgson Repeated on Sunday at 8.30pm
6/8. Simon Hoggart presents "the finest topical comedy panel game known to radio" with the help of Alan Coren Andy Hamilton , Linda Smith and Francis Wheen.
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Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion at the Brackla Tabernacle, Bridgend. Panellists include Paul Murphy , secretary of state for Northern Ireland; Tim Yeo , shadow secretary of state for health and education;
Paul Burstow , the Liberal Democrat health spokesman; and Baroness Finlay, a pioneer in the field of palliative care. Producer Victoria Wakely Repeated tomorrow at 1.15pm
A biting comedy about writing, the media and the dream of catching the Zeitgeist, written by Iain Heggie.
Unsuccessful novelist Hugh Crombie inadvertently offers an idea to aspiring writer Dekky Duff. A year passes and Dekky is hailed as the sensational new Scottish writer. Hugh is enraged and sets out to convince the world that he is the true Zeitgeist Man.
8/10 Theatre director Richard Eyre nominates Russian writer Anton Chekhov as a "great life". Rosalind Bartlett , Chekhov's latest biographer, helps to explain how he became "the nearest rival to Shakespeare". Producer Peter Everett
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