With James Naughtie and Edward Stourton.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With David Wilby and Robert Orchard.
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rev Dr Alan Billings.
8.31 L W only Yesterday in Parliament
4/5. Now in his 60s, there is still much for Cobbett to do, with support of political reform the top priority. Then, in 1832, he becomes an MP after standing unsuccessfully on two previous occasions. By Richard Ingrams. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
5/8. Tourism. With international tourism set to double in the next 15 years, and Europe as its top destination, it's clear why everyone wants a slice of the lucrative cake not least, some of the new members of the EU. The low-cost airlines are helping these countries to achieve their share of the business, but at what price? Jonathan Charles travels from the Baltics to the beaches of Sardinia to examine how Europe can best develop its tourism without destroying the very reasons why the destinations are so popular. Producer John Murphy Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
Martin Scorsese leads this celebration of the life of film director Michael Powell to commemorate the 100th anniversary of his birth. Scorsese tells Ian Christie how he tracked down the director in the early 1970s. At the time,
Powell was the forgotten man of British cinema and Scorsese had only a few clues to his whereabouts, unce he found Powell, he invited him to come to America, _ where both Powell and his films found a new lease of life -
Scorsese even played matchmaker, introducing Powell to his future wife, Scorsese's long-time editor,
Thelma SchOOnmaker. Producer Stephen Hughes Repeated Sunday 12.15am
When Laura Harris sees her double staring at her across a railway platform, she quickly discovers that her life is on a course over which she has little or no control. Written by Rebecca Saire.
Director Eoin O'Callaghan
2/5. The essential guide to numbers, risk, league tables, targets budgets, measurement and quantification of every kind in the news, politics and in life. Presented by Andrew Dilnot. Producer Michael Blastland
4/5 Eclipse. In 1919 a group of scientists travel to the Atlantic island of Principe to view a total eclipse ot the sun But they can't resist betting on the outcome and consulting with a shaman to ensure clear skies. By Douglas Young , read by Michael Mackenzie. For details see Monday
The discovery of palladium 200 years ago caused a furore. Instead of being announced in a scholarly journal the new element was advertised for sale in a shop in Soho.
It made its 19th-century discoverer, chemist
William Wollaston , a rich man. Wollaston was a brilliant polymath, discovering the first amino acid, inventing navigational instruments and suggesting new theories in fields as diverse as astronomy and physiology. Getting the mettle of the metal man is Professor Bill Griffith from Imperial College, whojoins presenter Quentin Cooper. producer Michelle Martin
6/6 Topical sitcom focusing on the life of backbench MP Duncan Stonebridge, who's struggling with a tiny majority of 27 and wondering if it's all been worthwhile. But there are not many options for an MP who is considered a political liability ever since he fell off the stage during Question Time. If that's not bad enough, he's having to deal with the impossible demands of his local electors, who naively believe that an MP can actually get things done. Written by Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis.
4/10 Product of old New York, subject of an and marriage, chatelaine of the gracious but stultifying Givre - at last Anna's life is about to begin, now Darrow has arrived to claim her. But an unexpected surprise awaits him. By Edith Wharton.
For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
2/3. Peter White follows London's Olympic bid team in the run-up to the crucial inspection by the International Olympic Committee. With the capital's plans under close scrutiny and the media spotlight focused on the London Mayor's ill-advised remarks, can Sebastian Coe and the team fend off looming PR disasters and make a convincing case for bringing the Games to London? producers Sue Mitchell and Steven Williams
9/9. Do It Like Deming. W Edwards Deming was the "quality" guru whose analysis transformed Japanese business after the Second World War, and then took the rest of the world by storm decades later. But, as Peter Day discovers, Deming's ideas are about more than quality: they try to transform the organisations that drive so many workers and customers to daily frustration. Producer Sandra Kanthal Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
4/10. On their second Atlantic crossing, Sel is spotted by a Los Angeles refrigeration tycoon. '"Bring him out west, ask me, he can't fail. Mr Starlight !' And that was how he got his name." By Laurie Graham. For details see Monday
- New series 1/6. In a world where presentation is at the wheel, and content is firmly bound and gagged in the back, Radio9 finds itself with so much to say but no idea how to say it. Written and performed by Johnny Daukes and Hils Barker. Producers Johnny Daukes and Claire Jones
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