With John Humphrys and Edward Stourton.
6.25, 7.25 and 8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Sean Curran and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Timothy Radcliffe.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
4/5. Fastnet, Irish Sea, Rockall. By Charlie Connelly. "I wasn't able to visit the next sea area on the list, but then until relatively recently more people had been to the moon than had been to Rockall." For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by Nigel Lee. Christ, When for Us You Were Baptised (Billing). Mark 1, w2-8. This Is the Record of John (Gibbons). No One Will Ever Be the Same
(Roystonhill). Director of music Gordon Stewart.
2/8. Property, Communism, Capitalism and Corruption House prices are a national obsession in Britain. But nowhere is untouched bythe all-pervasive power of property. Lucy Ash travels to Moscow and to the German-Polish border- two very different places where property, and the problems surrounding it, have become the talk of the town. ProducerLucyAsh Rptd on Monday at 8.30pm
On the 500th anniversary of the unveiling of Michelangelo's David, a tale of art and history told from the point of view of the sculpture.
David Speaks. With contributions from art critic Andrew Graham-Dixon , advertisingguru John Hegarty ,
Franca Falletti -director of the Accademia in Florence, and from Britain's own Renaissance man: the artist, writer and actor Antony Sher. Producers Kate Bland and Susan Marling
England v New Zealand
The triangular series of one-day internationals (England, New Zealand, West Indies) opens with a floodlit game at Old Trafford. Commentary by Jonathan Agnew , Henry Blofeld and Simon Mann , with expert comments from Jeremy Coney , Angus Fraser and Vic Marks.
Producer Peter Baxter * Approximate time
The church ladies do everything - polish the candlesticks, iron the vestments, arrange the flowers. So when their favourite choirmaster is sacked bythe new priest, they are less than impressed. They down tools and go on strike, determined to get Mr Dibfield reinstated. But Father Nick is equally determined to keep him away, favouring the guitar-playing Lorraine as a replacement. A fierce battle, testing loyalties as well as vocal cords, ensues. Written by Aileen Gonsalves. Director Elizabeth Freestone
Mr Dibfield/the Bishop:
Quentin CoopertalkstoTom McLeish and Dr Fred Mackintosh about how understanding the flow of materials helps usto understand processes such as volcanism and the dynamics of convection in the Earth's mantle. Producer Pamela Rutherford
5/6. Sitcom set before the American War of Independence, written by Andy Hamilton and Jay Tarses. "Them Thar Hills ". Samuel and McGurk follow a a prospector named Mad Pete in search of gold. Producer Paul Mayhew-Archer
4/5. By Lorraine McCann. Adrienne has worms, and Joe wants them - as fertiliser. His eldest son, Owl, is less than happy to be involved in another of his father's hippy schemes, but Adrienne, a former Land Girl, is far from the woolly liberal Owl is expecting. For further details see Monday. Repeated from 10.45am
Day-to-day stories of life in Iraq. Hugh Sykes looks back over a year of power cuts, water shortages, bombs, kidnappings and murder as revealed in the letters, journals and emails of American soldiers, British officials and Iraqi civilians. Producer Mark Savage
Crossroads. The British motor-racing industry is a remarkable centre of excellence but, as Peter Day asks, is it now underthreatfrom overseas influences? Producer Mervyn Fletcher Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
1/3. Another chance to hear three comedy dramas written by Mark and Daniel Maier about people who are trapped either emotionally or physically.
In the art class at a local adult education centre, Mark is having commitment issues... until he meets a model who should be committed.
Starring Alex Lowe, Wendy Wason, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Sam Kelly, Roger Sloman and Mark Maier.
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