With John Humphrys and Carolyn Quinn.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News With Garry Richardson.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Sean Curran and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day
With the Chief Rabbi, Dr Jonathan Sacks.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
1/5. Lawrence Pollard looks at the role played by the the bicycle in women's liberation as he retraces the route of the novel The Golf Lunatic and His Cycling
Wife, by Mrs Edward Kennard , a bestseller written at the end of the 19th century and very popular with "new women". Another chance to hear this series first broadcast earlier this year. Producer Stephen Hughes
Presented by Gillian Oliver. Thy Kingdom Come, 0 God (St Cecilia). Matthew 11, w2-ll. Holy Is the True Light (Shephard). Hark, the Glad Sound! (Bristol). With the choir of Christ's College, Cambridge. Director of music Dr David Rowland.
2/5. Kari Herbert returns to her childhood home as a young woman, where she reconnects with old friends and observes the local annual rituals of hunting and fishing at summer camp. Emilia Fox continues to read Kari Herbert 's memoir. For details see yesterday Rptd 12.30am
2/4. Medieval village life was tough. Plague and malnutrition were rife and hundreds of English villages were abandoned. Aubrey Manning visits the deserted village of Wharram Percy in the East Riding of Yorkshire, on the trail of a mystery that involves the bones of former inhabitants, greed... and sheep!
Nadia Boulanger is revered as one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century. She was a composer, conductor and performer of note, yet it is in her work as mentor to the century's greatest musicians -from Aaron Copland to Quincy Jones , Phillip Glass to Michel Legrand - that her true legacy lies. A quarter of a century after her death, her former pupil and friend
David Wilde looks back at her life. Producer Johannah Smith
2/2. In the Irish village of Kildargon, Willie Docharty comes up with a scheme to cash in on the craze for mineral water by bottling the water from the local St Dargon's spring. The trouble is that the spring is on land belonging to the redoubtable Dymphna Byrne. Father Dolan finds himself mediating between two intractable characters. By Alan Butler.
Producer/Director David Jackson Young
Another batch of listeners' history queries, uncovering mysteries and re-interpreting the past. With Sue Cook. ADDRESS: Making History, PO Box 3096. Brighton BN1 1PL email: email@example.com
Producers Ivan Howlett and Nick Patrick
2/5. The Gay Goshawk. A wounded knight struggles to return to the safety of his castle. But the castle's only remaining occupants are a thirsty yellow dog and a goshawk on a perch. By Dorothy K Haynes , read by Finlay Welsh. For details see yesterday
2/12. This year's Dublin Marathon generated more than £9m in revenue for the city and Mm for charity. Among the 10,000 runners was Shop Talk's Heather Payton. With Paula Radcliffe and other guests, Payton investigates the business of running, Producer Sarah Parfitt
2/10. Theatre director Yvonne Brewster and the Bishop of Oxford, Richard Harries , discuss the pros and cons of three oftheirfavourite paperbacks with Sue MacGregor. Producer Viv Beeby Repeated Sunday llpm
New series 1/6. All new sketches, shouting and songs from the Perrier Award-winning Consultants.
Comedy for the elderly, children and elderly children. Producer Will Saunders
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2/5. In the Bleak Midwinter. Millie comes to terms with her mother's devastating news and tells the reasons for Teresa's personality change. And she contemplates wedding shopping with her grandmother. Written by Claire Bennett and performed by Alex Kelly. For details see yesterday Repeated from 10.45am
Up to 75 million people in West Bengal and Bangladesh are drinking arsenic-contaminated water after an initiative to provide safe water went tragically wrong. Now millions are looking to the scientific community for help - and they're discovering there are no easy solutions. Jane Franchi reports. Producer Lynne Mennie Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
New series 1/10. The Waiting Game. Waiting times for operations are getting shorter. Dr Mark Porter examines the latest waiting lists and asks experts whether it's worth going private to cut the wait. Producer Paula McGrath Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
7/10. "I am alone and miserable; man will not associate with me; but one as deformed and horrible as myself would not deny herself to me. This being you must Create." By Mary Shelley. For details see yesterday
New series 1/6. Amateur Sleuths. There's a bit of the amateur sleuth in all of us. Journalist and broadcaster Jon Ronson explores the world of amateur sleuthing with a collection of extraordinary stories. He talks to The League of Gentlemen's Jeremy Dyson and philosophises with a man who spent his life looking for the Loch Ness monster. Producer Laura Parfitt Jon Ronson on clever, funny people: page 125
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