With the Rev Mark Oakley, rector of St Paul 's Church, Covent Garden, London.
Repeated from Boxing Day See repeat at 7.45pm for details
Exploring rural life across the UK, with Helen Mark.
Presented by Sarah Mukherjee. Producer Chris Impey
With Sarah Montague and Carolyn Quinn.
7.25 and 8.25 Sports News With Garry Richardson.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Lord Carey of Clifton.
David Stafford takes a wry look at the foibles of family life.
Repeated on Monday at 11 pm
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Crime writer Ian Rankin joins Sandi Toksvig to explore the streets and underground passages of Edinburgh. Producer Kevin Dawson
1974 was a year of political confusion and domestic strife. With exclusive access to papers released under the 30-year rule, Sue MacGregor presents a programme giving a new insight into many of the political decisions and controversies of the time. Producer David Prest
The political discussion programme that sharpens the focus on current ideas and events is presented by Dennis Sewell. Producer Paul Vickers
Insight and colour, wit and analysis as the BBC foreign correspondents take a closer look at the stories in their regions. With Kate Adie. Producer Tony Grant
Impartial advice and the latest news from the world of personal finance, presented by Paul Lewis. Producer Jessica Dunbar Repeated tomorrow at 9pm
Jack Dee, Armando Iannucci and John Oliver join Jeremy Hardy in a glittering all-star new year spectacular. Repeated from yesterday
BBC correspondents discuss the events and themes they expect to see in the year ahead. With Stephen Sackur and guests. Repeated from yesterday
6/7. The list of New Year's resolutions may well include becoming healthier but people often avoid talking to their doctor about their medical problems. Today, Barbara Myers puts questions about the top five issues that people put off discussing in the surgery to GP Dr Keith Hopcroft. EMAIL: [email address removed]
The story of Damerosehay, the magnificent house owned for many years by the matriach of the Eliot family, Lucilla.
Between the world wars she is coping with the emotional upheaval in the house caused by her much loved nephew David failing in love with the estranged wife of a close family relative. Dramatised by Jennifer Curry from the novel by Elizabeth Goudge.
Director Cherry Cookson
in 1943 scientist Albert Hoffmann took a dose of D-lysergic acid diethylamide, a substance that he'd first synthesised five years earlier. This was the first LSD "trip". The drug was to change everything from music to social mores when its use became widespread in the 1960s. Presented by Nigel Wrench, with contributions from those who were at the heart of the LSD explosion in Britain, including Dr Susan Blackmore and Hawkwind's Dave Brock. Also featuring a rare recording of Pink Floyd live at UFO.
The pick of 2004 on Woman's Hour, presented by Martha Kearney. Editor Jill Burridge EMAIL: [Address Removed]
News and sports headlines, presented by Dan Damon. Editor Peter Rippon
Martin Scorsese 's new film The Aviator about director and aeroplane designer Howard Hughes is the subject under discussion in a special edition of the programme presented by Francine Stock. Producer Sally Spurring
In a cabaret edition of the programme from New York, Ned Sherrin is joined for conversation and song by actress Stefanie Powers and singers Andrea Marcovicci and Helen Marcovicci and Ann Hampton Callaway. Producer Cathie Mahoney
Looking for somewhere affordable to live in London, Toby Jones finds himself holed up in a damp room in Kensal Rise, near Notting Hill. Plagued by the nagging thought that he should give up house-hunting, contrive his own disappearance and seek adventure elsewhere, he is invited to audition for the film Notting Hill. Performed by Toby Jones himself, this is a comic tale based on the true story of how he met Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts , ended up on the cutting-room floor and began to feel that he was being deleted from his own life. Producer Dawn Ellis
3/3. Two teachers who work in further education colleges recount moving tales of their daily lives - tales that reveal there is always cause for celebration. Repeated from Boxing Day
Inspired by the simplicity of children's ABC books, 26 tiny stories about the night are organised in alphabetical order. This is one third of a radio event that links Radio 4, Radio 3 and World Service, capturing in three distinctive programmes, a snapshot of the world in sound. Music by Nina Perry : Producer David Hunter
See also 4.05am and Drama on 3 tomorrow at 8.15pm on Radio 3
4/4. "In which the Pickwick Club is finally dissolved." Charles Dickens 's comic and profoundly daft tale of innocence abroad. Dramatised by Michael Eaton.
Producer Nicholas Newton Director Jane Morgan Rptd from Boxing Day
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3/3. In 1787 Edmund Burke MP instigated the impeachment of Warren Hastings , the first governor-general of India, for "high crimes and misdemeanours".
In this modern-day rematch, presided over by Allan Little , historian Lawrence James takes the case for Hastings, while Dr Maria Misra champions Burke, as they argue over the moral legacy of the British empire. Repeated from Wednesday
7/13. Portsmouth take on Staffordshire in the general knowledge quiz. Hosted by Peter Snow. Repeated from Monday
3/9. Predominantly Scottish poems and poets, such as George Mackay Brown , Kathleen Jamie and Don Patterson , flavour this seasonal selection.
Presented by Roger McGough. Repeated from Boxing Day
5/5. The Half Pair. Read by Bill Nighy. In deepest space there is domestic strife. By Bertram Chandler , abridged by Duncan Minshull. Producer Duncan Minshull
Thinking Earth - A Little Piece of Earth by Glyn Maxwell