With Sarah Montague and James Naughtie.
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 Akhandadhi Das.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
Presented by the Rev Ernest Rea. All Praise to Thee
(Engelberg). John 5, vv31-38. Christ Comes, the Promised
Peace of God (Modlin). Christ is the World's Light (Christe Sanctorum). Director of music Christopher Walker.
One of Britain's most popular entertainers, Larry Grayson was a comedian whose gently camp and inoffensive humour delighted audiences of all ages. In this profile, ten years after his death, Michael Grade, Terry Wogan, Isla St Clair and Grayson's nephew and biographer, Mike Malyon, pay tribute to him.
Supermarkets demand that apples pass the size, colour and sweetness test but what does this mean for shoppers and growers? With John Waite and Peter White. Including at 12.30 Call You and Yours.
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2/3. The Judy Garlana and Liza Minnelli concert at the London Palladium. On 8 November 1964 the incomparable Judy Garland proudly introduced her
17-year-old daughter, Liza Minnelli , to more than 2,000 rapturous fans at a favourite venue - she'd already given 60 performances at the Palladium. Mother and daughter had appeared on TV together before, but this was their first joint stage concert, and it was a sensation.
Paul Gambaccini listens to the album and goes backstage at the Palladium to relive the night it was recorded with fans, musicians and crew. Producer Marya Burgess
At the court of King Louis XV, the reign of Madame de Pompadour, France's most celebrated royal mistress, has ended with her death at the age of 43. Her life at
Versailles is told from an unexpected angle - that of the King's wife, Queen Marie Leszczynska. By Deborah Davis.
Producer/Director Tracey Neale
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Another batch of listeners' history queries, uncovering mysteries and re-interpreting the past. With Sue Cook. ADDRESS: [address removed] email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Producers Ivan Howlett and Nick Patrick
2/5. The path winds in from the hills and drops into the urban sprawl of Burnley as Glyn Hughes continues his search for a lost Bronze Age route across northern
England. He visits a blues festival and has a chance to taste an authentic chicken curry. For more details see yesterday
6/12. From make-up to free trade, celebrities provide a bit of glamour when it comes to the hard sell. But in an age when the entertainment industry is seemingly overstocked with overnight sensations, how does a company pick the right pop star? Heather Payton asks if a famous face really adds value and whether celebrity endorsement is becoming over-rated. Producer Richard Fenton-Smith
5/6. More shouting, songs and silliness from the Perrier award-winning Consultants. Producer Will Saunders BBC AUDIO: A CD of the first Radio 4 series is available from www.bbcshop.com and good retail outlets, or by calling [number removed]
2/10. Lisbet is to have weekly Latin lessons from the new schoolmaster - in whom Julia takes a keen interest. Written by Nancy Brysson Morrison , and dramatised by Gerda Stevenson.
For cast and details see yesterday Repeated from 10.45am
The notion of a single Asian community has finally been exploded by 9/11 and the subsequent War on Terror. Muslims, Sikhs and Hindus are increasingly facing different issues in today's Britain. But what dangers lurk when religion replaces race as a means of self-identification? Sarfraz Manzoor investigates. Producer Mohit Bakaya Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
5/10. Light. Many people suffer from the winter blues, but for some it's much more serious and they seek out all sorts of gadgets to help ease their symptoms with light. Dr Mark Porter finds out if they work or not, and reports on how light is being used to treat everything from acne to cancer.
Producer Paula McGrath Repeated tomorrow at 4.30pm
5/6. The Comfort of Strangers. Abdullah Redpath found, then lost, the love of his life in a remarkable 12-hour period. His story is one that Jon Ronson hears from people who have found comfort in strangers.
Miranda Sawyer talks to Mark Pilkington , who found himself in the company of helpful strangers who turned out to be Criminals. Producer Laura Parfitt
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