With John Humphrys and James Naughtie.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News With Garry Richardson.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With David Wilby and Becky Milligan.
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rev James Jones.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
Presented by Becky Harris. Fight The Good Fight (Duke Street). Hebrews 11, w32-35; 12, wl-2. Give Us the Wings Of Faith (Bullock). The Kingdom Is upon You! (Wolvercote). Director of music Richard Tanner.
During the British invasion of Tibet 100 years ago,
Captain Arthur Hadow looted a bronze Buddha statute, which he later bequeathed to his granddaughter Celia. Now she sets off to the Himalayas in the company of John Nightingale to return the stolen statue to the exiled Dalai Lama. Along the way she reads her grandfather's letters from the front. Producer Tim Malyon
New series 1/6. A situation comedy about a married couple's attempts to smooth over their singularly troubled midlife funk- Carol is hormonal and George is a transvestite. Onlookers can't quite agree on the nature of George and Carol's dynamic. Written by Jan Etherineton and Gavin Petrie. ....
Director Elizabeth Freestone
2/6. The light-hearted quiz about inventions and innovations. Christ Stuart presides over team captains Adam Hart-Davis and Lewis Wolpert , with guests Tracey Logand and Earth scientist Hermione Cockburn. Producer Katie Marsden
By Bert Keiser, dramatised by Paul Brodrick.
Dr Bert Keiser's journal gives a snapshot of life in a Dutch nursing home for the terminally ill, where euthanasia is practised. What follows is a moving, philosophical and sometimes funny study of that last enigma in all our lives - death.
Teus/Terborgh/Van Riet/Van de Berg:
Mrs Van de Berg:
3/5. Kes. Barry Hines travels to Hoyland Common, South Yorkshire, where events in his youth inspired him to write the novel A Kestrel fora a Knave, which Ken Loach adapted for his gritty, realist 1969 film. For details see Monday
Laurie Taylor leads a discussion on topical issues in the academic and research worlds. Guest Howard Williamson discusses his study The Milltown Boys Revisited - a look at what has become of the young council-estate boys chronicled in his 1970 work Five Years. Producer Natasha Maw
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
5/10. Michael Buerk chairs a live debate in which Melanie Phillips, Ian Hargreaves, Professor Steven Rose and Claire Fox cross-examine witnesses who hold conflicting views on the moral complexities behind one of the week's news stories.
(Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm)
3/6. Memory loss happens for all sorts of reasons but its impact is always devastating. Peter Evans investigates current research into brain chemistry, which, one day, may help us reinstate memory processes when they fail. Long-term memory is critical to our ability to function as human beings but we also need to understand why the brain chooses to store some memories and discard others. Is it in our interest to remember everything? Producer John Watkins
8/15. A Rock and a Hard Place. Paul and Benjamin both have love on their minds but the outlook isn't promising. Alex Jennings continues Jonathan Coe 's biting appraisal Of modern life. For details see Monday
2/6. Jeffrey! The rags-to-riches, and back again, tale of Jeffrey Archer , who came from nowhere to assume the greatest offices in the land and then went back to i luwhere. A Gilbert and Sullivan-style musical with Dickensian backdrop. Starring Richie Webb , Dave Lamb and Vicki Pepperdine. Written by Richie Webb , David Quantick and Dave Cohen. Music by Richie Webb. Producer Katie Tyrrell
2/6. Edinburgh. Adam Bloom has taken a show to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival for the last eight years. This is a retrospective in 15 minutes. With Adam Bloom and Alistair McGowan. Producer Victoria Lloyd
3.00 Together (ages 7-11) 3.15 Time and Tune (ages 7-9)
3.35 Word Games 2 (ages 7-9) 3.50 Maths Adventure Year 3 (ages 7-8) 4.15 Music Extra (ages 7-11) 4.30 First Steps in Drama (ages 7-9) 4.45 World Writing (ages 7-11)
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