With John Humphrys and James Naughtie.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News With Garry Richardson.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Robert Orchard and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Dr Jeevan Singh Deol.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
Dr Jeevan Singh
5/8. When did you last hear a programme from inside
Zimbabwe? Crossing Continents overcomes reporting restrictions to uncover the truth about life under ur Robert Mugabe. Rosie Goldsmith talks to farmers, lawyers, aid workers, families, church leaders and politicians from both Mugabe's Zanu-PF party and the Movement for Democratic Change opposition, we near stories of starvation and Aids, of resignation and rebellion but also of hope. Real voices, real stories, rarely heard. Producer Daniel Tetlow Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
A voyage of disenchantment on which
Sir Clement Freud is joined by Patricia Hodge and Ian McMillan. Hilaire Belloc 's cautionary verses have been a source of delight for Freud since childhood, bo beiioc s complete works was the obvious choice of specialist subject when he was asked to appear on Celebrity
Mastermind. But he soon discovered that there was more - or perhaps - less to Belloc than Matilda who told SUCh dreadful lies. Producer Marya Burgess
9/10. Stewart Henderson presents the problem-solving programme that helps to provide some answers to those intriguing conundrums and puzzles from everyday life.
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4/5 Pigs Might Fly. Lucy Streaghorn is bored with her life and is overjoyed when she receives an offer to escape and travel the world; an offer that could change her life forever. By Anne Dunlop , read by Tara Lynne O'Neill. Producer Oonagh McMullan For details see Monday
4/5. EastAnglia. Thejobs available 100 years ago included farm work on large estates for the men, domestic work for the women, and jobs associated with the fishing industry along the coast. For details see Monday
This week, 100 years ago, an invention was patented that signalled the birth of modern electronics, it was thermionic valve or diode. It revolutionised the nature of communications, leading to the development of radio, television, telephones and early computers.
Quentin Cooper talks to Dr Joe Cain about the inventor, John Ambrose Flemming , and the controversies that Surrounded his invention. Producer Pamela Rutherford
2/4. Continuing his journey around the places he once knew, comedian Mark Steel performs a live stand-up gig in Belfast and looks at the links between it and the Lambeth estate he lived on in the 1980s. Producer Katie Marsden
4/5. Tragedy Strikes. Isadora and Craig separate, each unable to sacrifice their art for the other. Yet, they seem unable to completely let go of the passion between them and remain in contact. When a terrible and unexpected tragedy strikes, Isadora and Craig find great comfort in their love. Compiled by Derek BOWSkill. For details and cast see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Jaheda doesn't look "dikey". She dons salwar kameez and heels for a night out in Manchester's lesbian clubs. "G" found it much easier coming out to his police colleagues than to his Muslim Afro-Caribbean family. Rumi, from East Africa, draws strength from Islam and sometimes goes to mass with Julian, his Catholic partner. Three people describe coming to terms with being gay in minority UK communities that reject homosexuality. Producers Nigel Acheson and Kim Normanton
New series 1/8. We Already Know What You Want
Choice has become the political mantra for our public services. But the practical limit on NHS patients deciding what care they want. with whom and where, remain immense. Bob Tyrrell asks why politicians are so reluctant to give us the choices we seek and how our health care would change if they did.
Producer Simon Coates Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
New series 1/6. Future Food. Sandwiches that last seven years, diets that help fight cancer, interactive packaging -just a few of the things scientists say are coming our way. Tom Heap investigates the world of future food. ProducerSera Lefroy-Owen
1/6. Black comedy set in the world of the pathology lab. By Laurence Howarth and starring Peter Davison.
Dr Webster gets a little carried away when Prof Donaldson suggests that the team get to know the people they're autopsying.
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