With Sarah Montague.
6.25 ,7.25,8.25 Sports News With Garry Richardson.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Rachel Hooper and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rt Rev Richard Harries.
8.31 L W only Yesterday in Parliament
Chris Evans is Sue Lawley's guest. Rpt of Sunday at 11.15am Radio and the Artist Today and tomorrow, eight artists describe how they use radio to help create their work and how it contributes to an atmosphere in which they feel inspired.
9.42 1/8. Raymond Briggs. Repeated on Sunday at 11.02pm
12.54pm 2/8. Joyce Gunn-Cairns . Repeated Sunday 7.15pm
4.58 3/8. Katie Clemson. Repeated on Sunday at 4.58pm
7.15 4/8. Norman Ackroyd. Repeated on Sunday at 12.32pm Producer John Boundy Continues tomorrow at 9.57am Have your art works exhibited, or win a digital radio: p127
5/5. A Stolen Funeral. In the last years of his life Munch finds himself first denigrated by the invading Nazis and then hailed as a hero. Despite all protests, Munch's funeral arrangements are forcibly organised by the Third Reich. Read by Louis Hillyer. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
The soldier "unknown by name or rank" was the focus for an extraordinary outpouring of emotion when he was buried with full state honours two years after the end of the First World War in Westminster Abbey. Great pains were taken so that the body could never be named or identified. Now, advances in DNA science pose a unique problem for the Unknown Soldier - he could be identified. Julian Pettifer investigates how the Unknown Soldier from the Vietnam conflict was identified and disinterred from America's Arlington National Cemetery to a huge national outcry. Producer Simon Hollis
2/6. Relax. Brian persuades Clare to take a holiday - but Clare can't relax. Will the office fall apart without her, or worse, will the office flourish without her? Written by Harry Venning and David Ramsden.
Producer Katie Tyrrell
Roger Bolton selects listeners' comments and redirects them towards BBC radio programme and policy makers. Producer Margaret Budy Repeated on Sunday at 8pm ADDRESS: Feedback, PO Box 2100, London W1A 10T
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5/6. Food for Fuel. Dylan Winter explores the growing development in this country of turning food crops into useful sources of renewable energy production, including plans for bioethanol from excess apples to be turned into green electricity and a surplus of wheat being used to fuel cars. Can these forms of green fuel play a significant part in helping to reduce the need for traditional fuels without having an impact on the countryside? Producer Sheena Duncan
5/5. The Mandoline. An elderly couple handle a potentially embarrassing encounter with a German prisoner of war. Written by Malachi Whitaker , and read by Rosalind Ayres. For further details see Monday
Clive Coleman presents the series that cross-examines aspects of the law and legal system. He analyses the major legal stories and uncovers the ones that haven't yet hit the headlines. Producer Jim Frank ; Editor Nicola Meyrick
3/8. Panellists wade through the top news stories of the week. Chaired by Simon Hoggart.
Producer Katie Tyrrell Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
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5/5. Walking the Ramparts. By Bonnie Greer. While working in Ghana, Bonnie decides to visit Elmina Castle, a slave fort. However, before she can begin to explore her turmoil of emotions, she must first try to understand her eccentric, self-appointed tour guide.
Director Pam Fraser Solomon Repeated from 10.45am
10/16. Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion as an audience in Buxton in Derbyshire puts questions on the issues of the week to a panel of four leading figures. Producer Anne Peacock Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
By Shelagh Stephenson. Having led the race to make the atomic bomb, Robert Oppenheimer was soon to find himself isolated and reviled in a paranoid postwar America.
Producer/Director Eoin O'Callaghan
5/5. Frankie is about to be taken from Hong Kong to boarding school in America, but is determined to be reunited with her father before she goes. Vicki Simon concludes Alice Greenway 's novel about the emotional life Of Children. Abridger Jules Wilkinson ; Producer Amber Barnfather
6/10. Thomas Cromwell. Thomas Cromwell was the man who smashed the monasteries in the 1530s. Often portrayed as a cynical money-grabber, Cromwell ran the country for Henry VIII , but lost his head after he hitched his king to the wrong wife. With
Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch , Derek Wilson tries to persuade Francine Stock that the politician who invented spin has been spun against by historians ever since. Producer Peter Everett
Pakistan v England
Live coverage of the first day's play in the First Test from Multan in Pakistan. Commentators Jonathan Agnew ,
Christopher Martin-Jenkins and Arlo White are joined by experts Geoff Boycott , Vic Marks and Rameez Raja. Including 7.15-7.21 News and Papers, and at
8.51 Yesterday in Parliament With Mark DArcy.
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