With Mobeen Azhar.
3/15. For details see repeat at 7.45pm and Sunday at 5.40pm
Exploring rural life across the UK.
Producer Hugh O'Donnell
Presented by Miriam O'Reilly. Producer Sarah Falkingham
With James Naughtie and Edward Stourton.
7.25 and 8.25 Sports News With Garry Richardson.
With the Rev Dr Giles Fraser.
Paul Heiney takes a wry look at the foibles of family life. Producer Karen Pirie Repeated on Monday at 11pm
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The adventures, frustrations and joys of travel explored by Sandi Toksvig. Producer Kevin Dawson
Every day millions of people try to get the better of the quiz-setters. But who are the people who sit and scratch their heads, trying to fulfil the nation's insatiable demand for the "next question please"? Simon Fanshawe explores the art of the question setter. He finds out just how much of a challenge it is to come up with a hundred questions on the theme of pink. And he discovers why quizzing is so pervasive and popular in Britain today. Producer Adam Fowier
Political discussion programme, presented by Dennis Sewell , sharpening the focus on current events and ideas. Producer Paul Vickers
Insight, colour, wit and analysis as the BBC's foreign correspondents look at the stories in their regions. Presented by Kate Adie. Producer Tony Grant
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Impartial advice and the latest news from the world of personal finance, presented by Paul Lewis.
Producer Jessica Laugharne Repeated tomorrow at 9pm
3/6. Series 11 of the peerless impression show in which politicians, celebrities, sports stars and Radio 4 favourites are all subject to merciless topical lampooning. Starring
Jon Culshaw , Jan Ravens , Kevin Connelly and Mark Perry. From the New Theatre, Cardiff. Repeated from yesterday
4/16. Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion as an audience in Cardiff puts topical questions to a panel that includes Peter Hain , Secretary of State for Wales and Secretary of State for Northern Ireland; Theresa May , shadow Secretary of State for Family and Culture, Media and Sport; John Harris , writer; Menzies Campbell , deputy leader and chief Foreign Affairs spokesperson for the Liberal Democrats. Repeated from yesterday
Listeners' calls and emails, taken by Jonathan Dimbleby in response to Any Questions. Producer Peter Griffiths PHONE: [number removed]0444 Lines open from 12.30pm email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By John Mortimer. In January 1824, Lord Byron
1 arrived in Missolonghi determined to fight for Greek independence from Turkish rule. The story of his three months as commander-in-chief of a small and unruly force of mercenaries and freedom fighters is also the story of the last days of his extraordinary life.
Producer/Director Jeremy Mortimer
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The recent discovery of the remains of a lyre in the grave of a Saxon prince at Prittlewell, Essex, prompts musician and instrument maker Zachary Taylor to reconstruct the instrument. In the process, he enters the heroic world of the Anglo-Saxon mead hall, a place of feasting and poetry and music. Repeated from Tuesday
The best of the week on Woman's Hour, presented by Martha Kearney. Producer VibekeVenema; Editor Jill Burridge EMAIL: email@example.com
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News and sports headlines, presented by Carolyn Quinn.
Francine Stock talks to film director Joss Whedon about his new film "Serenity" and discusses the films of David Cronenberg.
Another eclectic mix of music, comedy and conversation with Ned Sherrin and his guests.
Producers Simon Clancy and Cathie Mahoney
The cultural highlights of the week reviewed by Tom Sutcliffe and his guests. Producer Nicki Paxman
3/15. Every week an international writer reflects on the latest developments - political, cultural and social - in their part of the world. Today Vinod Mehta looks at events making waves in India. Producer Sue Ellis Repeated from 5.45am
The award-winning science-fiction author Brian Aldiss examines the social history of science fiction on the radio and asks: "Does science fiction hold a mirror up to progress?" This Archive Hour features radio drama, satire, commercials and music, and looks at the news and debate from which the sci-fi series sprang. Producers Frank Stirling and Andy Foster
2/3. By Jane Austen. Catherine receives an invitation to stay at Northanger Abbey. She is delighted to leave Bath with Henry Tilney and his sister, Eleanor, but she is wary of their father, the terrifying General Tilney. Dramatised by Dominic Power.
Music by Peter Wiegold ; Producer/Director Pam Fraser Solomon Repeated from Sunday
Which way now for the Conservatives after three consecutive defeats? Andrew Marr chairs a discussion with Douglas Hurd , Norman Tebbit and David Willetts to assess whether the Thatcher legacy is a liability or a boon in the party's quest to regain power. Repeated from Wednesday
8/17. Another edition of the veteran general knowledge quiz, with contestants from the north-west of England. Repeated from Monday
1/8. Roger McGough returns with more lively and varied selections of poems requested by listeners, many of which are read by the poets themselves. With readers Bill Wallis and Susan Jameson. Repeated from Sunday
1/5. A miscellany of stories from new and established radio writers.
A Resurrection. A trip to Venice brings painful memories and an awkward encounter. Written by Christina Koning and read by John Telfer. Producer Sara Davies
Hitler in Therapy By Carey Harrison.
Successful psychoanlayst Geoffrey (Rupert Frazer ) is helped through his nervous breakdown by his elderly German aunt, who was also a psychologist. She tells him about her most remarkable client - Hitler. But is this a true story or a metaphor for therapy itself?