With Pauline Webb.
Repeated from Sunday See repeat at 7.45pm for details
Exploring rural life across the UK.
Producer Hugh O'Donnell Extended at 1.30pm
Presented by Miriam O'Reilly. producer Moira Hickey
With John Humphrys and Edward Stourton.
7.25 and 8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Brian Draper.
David Stafford presents the programme that takes a wry look at the foibles of family life.
Producer Jacqueline Smith
Repeated on Monday at 11pm PHONE: [number removed] email: firstname.lastname@example.orgK
The adventures, frustrations and joys of travel are explored by wanderlust presenter Sandi Toksvig. Producer Kevin Dawson
Anthony H Wilson traces the story of the first rock n roll song to reach number one in the charts 50 years ago.
First released as an obscure B-side, Rock around the Clock only found its moment of glory when it was included in the film Blackboard Jungle. With Vini Reilly , Cliff Richard and Michael Grade. Producer Paul Kobrak
Sheena McDonald and guests provide fresh insight into the ideas and issues in the world of politics. Producer Zillah Watson : Editor Gwyneth Williams
Insight, colour, wit and analysis as the BBC foreign correspondents take a closer look at the stories in their regions. Presented byKateAdie. producer Tony Grant
Impartial advice and the latest news from the world of personal finance, presented by Paul Lewis. Repeated tomorrow at 9pm
Jonathan Dimbleby introduces the discussion programme from Wolverhampton, where the audience put their questions to a panel that includes Fareena Alma , editor Of 0 News magazine. Repeated from yesterday
Listeners' calls and emails, taken by Jonathan Dimbleby , in response to Any Questions? producer Peter Griffiths PHONE: [number removed]0444 email: email@example.com
It is 1880 and the self-styled Captain Moonlite, the notorious Australian bushranger, faces execution and is compelled to confess to the one true love of his life.
Written by Kathryn Heyman , based on true events and featuring Moonlite's surviving letters.
Producer/Director Gaynor Macfarlane
The name is famous, the songs are famous - but who was Georges Brassens ? Artist and illustrator
Ouentin Blake gets behind the moustache to find out more about the great French singer and songwriter with the help of his British admirers, including Posy Simmonds , Julian Barnes , Michael Rosen and Tim Pigott-Smith . Repeated from Tuesday
The best of the week on Woman's Hour, presented by Martha Kearney. Producer Vibeke Venema EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
BBC AUDIO: The recently released Woman's Hour: a Celebration of Mothers, featuring excerpts from the programme, is available on audio cassette and CD from www.bbcshop.com and from all good retail outlets, or by calling [number removed]
News and sports headlines, presented by Carolyn Ouinn. Editor Peter Rippon
Francine Stock discusses the cinema of Jules Verne and the DVD release of Michael Mann 's Heat. Producer Sally Spurring
Another eclectic mix of music, comedy and conversation with Ned Sherrin and his guests.
Producers Simon Clancy and Cathie Mahoney
Tom Sutcliffe and his guests Adam Mars-Jones , Thea Sharrock and Deborah Moggach preview the cultural highlights of the week. Producer Fiona McLean
1/3. God's Windows. "The sight of rats swimming for their lives in Derry city centre seemed an apt metaphor for the Northern Ireland of today." Gerry Anderson reflects on the strangely paradoxical nature of life in the province. Repeated from Sunday
Half a century ago, teddy boys were the first great working-class, postwar British youth cult. Teds were stylish, loud and occasionally violent, and provided the first evidence to suggest that the grey world of austerity and rationing might be on the verge of ending.
Ray Gosling , one of Britain's first teddy boys, returns to his home town of Northampton to revisit the milestones of his teddy-boy youth, including meeting the barber who gave him his first guiff. He also addresses the iniquitous side of the teddy-boy phenomenon and their involvement in the 1958 Notting Hill riots. Producer Bob Dickinson
Lady Manners hears Hari Kumar 's account of his interrogation at the hands of Ronald Merrick. In
Mirat Susan and Teddie get married, and back in Pankot, Barbie Batchelor has trouble with her wedding gift. Written by Paul Scott , dramatised by Shelley Silas.
Other parts played by Amit Shah
Producer/Director Jeremy Mortimer Repeated from Sunday
1/3. Every day, life-or-death decisions are being made in hospitals by clinical ethics committees. Vivienne Parry and a panel of experts test the moral foundation of these decisions as each week they discuss a real-life case, examining testimonies from patients, relatives and medical Staff. Repeated from Wednesday
1/13. Aiming to prove their knowledge of everything from Franz Liszt to Franz Ferdinand are three new contestants in the quiz that covers all aspects of music. Presented by Ned Sherrin. Repeated from Monday
12/12. Off the Map. The poet laureate Andrew Motion concludes his exploration of the landscape of British poetry by introducing verse suggested by listeners. With a retelling by Simon Armitage of the story of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Repeated from Sunday
5/5. Dousie O'Dea. Nothing can persuade Dousie O'Dea , a retired mortician, to come out of retirement. That is, until the ultimate challenge arises. By John B Keane , read by Jim Norton.
Producer Oonagh McMullan
Lifeblood. Glyn Maxwell 's play tells the story of the exiled Mary Queen of Scots and her last few days after 19 years under house arrest in the Midlands