With James Naughtie and Sarah Montague.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Sean Curran and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Canon David Winter.
8.31 L W only Yesterday in Parliament
Presented by Fr Philip Sumner. O Breath of Love, Come Breathe within Us (Spiritus Vitae). Nehemiah 9, W16-21. There's a Wideness in God's Mercy (Bevan). Father of Heaven, Whose Love Profound (Rievaulx). Director of music Alan Wilson.
There are thousands of children who live with the consequences of their parents' calling. They are missionary children, more familiarly known as Mishkids or MKs. Edi Stark hears their personal stories.
Producer Anna Scott-Brown
6/6. Roaring Boy. Mary and Andy have some exciting news for George, but he is nowhere to be found. On the other side of Dock Green, a desperate young man with a gun is on the run. Written by Ted Willis , dramatised by Sue Rodwell.
Producers Viv Beeby and Jeremy Howe
Travel writer Dan Miller is writing a piece on the Atacama desert in Chile, but he is jaded by years of travelling and remains untouched by the country's spectacular beauty.
Until, that is, his tour guide takes him off the tourist trail, and he hears the story of Francisco Morales. Written by Nigel Richardson.
Producer/Director Karen Rose
John Cushnie , Bob Flowerdew and Pippa Greenwood answer questions from gardeners in Lincolnshire. Chaired by Eric Robson. including at 3.25 Gardening Weather Forecast. at 2pm
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3/5. Dream Lovers. In Sean Carson 's short-story debut, Mark and Kate believe that two people could experience the same dream. But where might that leave their respective partners? Read by Michael Simkins. For details see Monday
3/5. Writer and TV presenter Ian Clayton finds himself reflecting on the nature of fame when he meets first an Ian Clayton based at Wigan Pier in Lancashire, then a namesake in Skipton. The first one doesn't know him from Adam, the second is a fan who'd quite like to be him. For details see Monday
Disco. From the New York gay scene to Annabel's the aristocratic watering-hole in London's Berkeley Square, music journalist Peter Shapier traces the history of the music that "taste forgot" when he talks to Laurie Taylor.
Producer Natasha Maw
5/6. Frank Skinner , Armando lannucci and Sue Perkins are among the panellists challenging some of our most entrenched received opinions, such as "it would be great to be young again". David Baddiel chairs the proceedings. Producer Brian King
8/9. Michael Buerk chairs a live debate in which Melanie Phillips , Claire Fox , Clifford Longley and Ian Hargreaves discuss the moral complexities behind one of the week's news Stories. Producer David Coomes Repeated Saturday 10.15pm
2/2. Far from the stereotype of bearded bombers, figures such as Gandhi, Tolstoy and Thoreau had strong anarchist credentials. In his concluding talk on this almost forgotten strain of political thought, Wayne Brittenden asks anarchist historian Peter Marshall whether there is any future for libertarian socialism in an age of globalised economy. Producer Nigel Acheson Repeated from Sunday at 10.45pm
Scattered around Earth are hundreds of living things that have been to the Moon and back again - and most of them are missing. They're "Moon trees", grown from seeds that travelled to the Moon and back in the pocket of one of the astronauts on Apollo 14. Richard Black goes in search of this lost piece of space history. Producer Gabi Fisher
2/4. The Black-Eyed Marketeer. Pickerskill recalls a detention from 1941. Caiman's father is the Under-Minister of Wartime Provisions, so he can ensure his son gets only the best food. When the boy is sent to detention for selling on high-class provisions, Caiman soon discovers his father's black-market connections are no match for the Luftwaffe. Written and directed by Andrew McGibbon.
Producers Jonathan Ruffle and Andrew McGibbon
2/4. Duvet Control. "Losing control of the duvet can lead to the inevitable deterioration of your relationship, the undermining of your self-confidence, a slide into drug dependency, petty crime, prostitution, ill health, madness and early death." Comedian Guy Browning provides practical life-coaching on the big small challenges of life. Producer Jonquil Panting
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