With the Rev Mary Stallard.
With Mark Holdstock.
With John Humphrys and Edward Stourton.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Elaine Storkey.
4/6. When Henry VIII 's battleship Mary Rose was raised from the sea bed in 1982, it was a triumphant moment for a dedicated team of marine archaeologists, divers and engineers. Sue MacGregor reunites some of the members of thatteam, including actor and longbow expert Robert Hardy and project director Margaret Rule. Shortened repeatfrom Sunday at 11.15am
5/5. Ignominy and exile are followed by a waxwork triumph. Love conquers all. Written by Robert McCrum and read by Robert Daws. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
With Oliver McTernan.
Presented by Jenni Murray.
10 45 The Morning After The Woman's Hour drama. 5/5 Something Borrowed. By Winsome Pinnock. Series editor Jill Burridge For details see drama repeat at 7.45pm
From the Oval, the second in the series of three one-day games. Commentary by Jonathan Agnew , Edward Bevan and Simon Mann , and expert analysis from Mike Gatting and Vic Marks. Including a News summary at 2.20pm.
1/2. A unique audio-diary project in which ten post-16-year-old students from across the UK have recorded theiryear. The project provides an insight into the nopes and fears of those on the cusp of adulthood, from the high-fliers bound for Oxbridge to those who are strugglingtocompletetheircoursework. Producer Sue Ellis
1/4. Comedy drama by Annie McCartney. Another chance to hearthis series about the bohemian residents of Marlborough Road, Belfast, who are saved from their own chaos by Sally, their cleaning lady. TunedtoMoanFM. Will Clare 's family look after new baby Gabriel so that she can give a lecture m Sligo? Director Tanya Nash
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Presented by Nick Clarke. Editor Peter Rippon
4/6. Emily Buchanan presents aural delights from English-language radio stations around the world. Producer Laura McCullagh Repeated on Sunday at apm
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
Venice, 1735, mthechurchof OspedaledellaPietaan idealistic poet falls in love with beauty. But In Venice, appearances can be deceptive. By Jennie Buckman.
Soprano Eliana Pretorian Flautist Francesca Thompson Producer/Director Marc Beeby
5/7. Naseby. Muriel Gray explores famous battlefields. This week she is in the gentle rolling landscape of Northamptonshire, with companions Susie Frith and Anne Chapman providing local knowledge. Producer Lucy Lunt
4/4. Flight to Verona. Dora prepares to pay the lead in an "oldie" production of Romeo and Juliet. By Elizabeth Berridge , read by Rosemary Leach. For details see Tuesday
5/5. Peter White talks to other blind people aboutthe beauty they find in wild, wet weather. Fordetaiissee Monday
5/8 Michael Rosen presents the programme that celebrates words, language and the way we speak. Producer Paul Dodgson Repeated on Sunday at 8.30pm
Jenni Murray and guests discuss how current media trends affect Our lives. Producer CecileWright
Tim Franks. Editor Peter Rippon
3/6 Andy Hamilton 's fast, dark comedy follows the adventures ofTrevor, the sports agent. This week he grapples with his colleagues, his clients, his competitors, a Buddhist and a specially trained bear.
Producer Andy Hamilton Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
Helen hpars some home truths.
Written by Mary Cutler Director Kate Oates
Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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John Wilson presents the arts show. Producer Thomas Morris
5/5. Something Borrowed. By Winsome Pinnock . A marriage of convenience is transformed when the prospective bride and groom experience a crisis of conscience on hearing the news about the tragedy of the Chinese cocklers in Morecambe Bay.
For further details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
6/6. The War on Terror can only be won by force
Nick Clarke is in the chair at the Foreign Press Association, London, for the last debate of the series. Listeners can also vote on the motion.
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A distinctive American broadcasting voice reflects on everyday America. This week's guest speaker is African American Betty DeRamus , a former Detroit News columnist, who presents the view from Detroit. Producer Jennie Walmsley Repeated Sunday 8.50am
When Ben Stone travels to Australia to visit his dying father, his elder brother Danny invites him to join the family business there. For Ben, this seems to be an offer he can't refuse - a passport to paradise. But his wife
Penny isn't convinced by the sales pitch. A play by Daniel Brocklehurst first broadcast last year.
Director Nadia Molinari
Presented by Robin Lustig. Editor David Stevenson
5/10. Patrick investigates the murky world of identity fraud. For details see Monday
7/10. Matthew Parris and his guests, writers Gillian Slovo , Dannie Abse and Paul Burke , discuss what redemption means to them. Producer Mark Smalley
By correctly answering that Eleanor of Aquitaine was the wife of Henry II, Judith Keppel became the first British winner of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Eight centuries after Eleanor's death, Keppel goes in search of the lady she called her patron saint, discovering that while she was no saint, she was quite a lady. First broadcast earlierthisyear. producer Tom Alban
5/5. By Robert McCrum. Repeatedfrom9.45am