With James Naughtie and Sarah Montague.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Rachel Hooper and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Anne Atkins.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
3/5. Josiah's factory on the new Trent and Mersey Canal is completed, and customers from London to St Petersburg are queuing up for the latest "Etruscan" Ware. By Brian Dolan. For details see Mon Repeated at 12.30am
Presented by Becky Harris. Hark! A Herald Voice Is Calling (Merton). Romans 13, wll-14. Zion, at Thy Shining Gate (arr Guest). 0 Come, 0 Come, Emmanuel!
(Veni Emmanuel , arr Willcocks). Director of music Richard Tanner.
An exploration of work-place hauntings. Richard Collins tracks down the ghosts of famous industrialists, such as that of Sir George Livesey in London's Greenwich, and he investigates the atmospheric sounds of haunted structures such as Blisworth Tunnel in Northamptonshire, and Flixborough in Lincolnshire, the latter the scene of a gas explosion in the 1970s. Producers Richard Collins and David Corser
5/6. Carol finally tells everyone that she's pregnant. Her grown-up children are struggling with their own relationships - Jerry is made to feel uncomfortable when his date meets his dad, and Sonia finally confronts Dave about his suspicious behaviour. A sitcom by Jan Etherineton and Gavin Petrie.
Director Elizabeth Freestone
5/5. The light-hearted quiz about inventions.
Chris Stuart presides over team captains Adam Hart-Davis and Lewis Wolpert , and their guests are broadcaster
Claudia Hammond and planetary scientist Monica Grady.
Producer Katie Marsden
A young Irish poet decides to leave Ireland and take up the fight against Fascism in Spain during the Spanish Civil War. By Jim O'Hanlon.
Producer Gemma McMullan
3/5. The Venus. While double-digging in pursuit of the perfect tomato Samuel Protheroe unearths a dilemma of classical proportions. By Joe Hollings , read by Phillip Manikum. Producer Christine Hall For further details see Monday
3/5. An exploration of the importance of the personal imagination that each reader brings to a text. John Carey talks to neuroscientists about the reading process and asks authors Sue Townsend and Francis Spufford to explain their experience of reading. Producer Lore Windemuth For more details see Monday
A look at the little-known life of Ottoman women from the beginning of the 20th century, as told through their memoirs, autobiographies and travel journals. Presented by Laurie Taylor. Producer Natasha Maw
6/6. Merv likes jeans. He's always liked jeans. Status Quo wear jeans, Springsteen wears jeans, Dylan wears jeans - so why does Pam want to take him shopping? What else could he possibly need? Written by and starring Mervyn Stutter. With John Challis , Lill Roughley , Tracy-Ann Oberman , Chris Ettridge and Gyuri Sarossi. Producer Simon Nicholls
9/10. A live debate, chaired by Michael Buerk , in which Melanie Phillips , Ian Hargreaves , Claire Fox and Michael Gove cross-examine witnesses who hold conflicting views on the moral complexities behind one of the week's news stories.
Producer David Coomes Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
1/2. Waiting for Daniel. Linda Balls 's brother died from Duchenne muscular dystrophy when he was 13. Now her three-year-old son has developed the terminal disease and he faces a future of muscle wastage, wheelchairs, ventilators and probable early death. Linda meets top scientists to explore the realities of living with the disease and to investigate scientific breakthroughs that could potentially transform her son's life. Producer Lucy Dichmont
8/10. The bitterness of betrayals. As the moment of her departure approaches, Joan recalls the years when Joe was predatory and she was simply acquiescent. A delightful and daring take on modern marriage by Meg Wolitzer. For details see Monday
6/6. Elton: the Musical. In this Lloyd Webberesque musical, Ben Elton sells his soul to the devil -Andrew Lloyd Webber - in exchange for success. But the price he has to pay is high. With Richie Webb , Dave Lamb and Mel Hudson. Written by Richie Webb , David Quantick and Dave Cohen. Producer Katie Tyrreii
6/6. Stress. It's quite stressful writing a six-part series, planning an Edinburgh show and taking a holiday. Will Adam manage to complete the series? And just what is the best way of dealing with stress? With Adam Bloom and Brendon Burns.
Producers Victoria Lloyd and Adam Bromley
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