With the Rev Roger Hutchings.
16/16. For details see repeat at 7.45pm
Exploring rural life in the UK.
Producer Hugh O'Donnell Extended
Presented by Anna Hill. Producer Sara Falkingham
With Sarah Montague and Carolyn Ouinn.
Presented by Garry Richardson.
With Rhidian Brook.
David Stafford takes another wry look at the foibles of family life.
Producer Dilly Barlow Repeated on Monday at 11pm
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The adventures, frustrations and joys of travel, explored by wanderlust presenter Sandi Toksvig. Producer Harry Parker
Writer and musician Paul Dodgson recalls the wit and verbal dexterity of the pub rocker Ian Dury , drawing on archive recordings of his many contributions to radio and television.
Producer Alison Vernon-Smith
The best of the year's broadcasting on BBC radio, presented by Francine Stock. Extended repeat from Christmas Day
Impartial advice and the latest news from the world of personal finance, with Paul Lewis.
Producer Louise Greenwood Repeated on Sunday at 9pm
2/6. Looking forward to what the year 2006 has in store, Steve Punt , Hugh Dennis and the team present a programme dedicated to the next 365 days. Repeated from yesterday
National and international news and analysis.
Where will next year's trouble spots be? Will coalition troops leave Iraq? Will George Bush recover from his troubles to reinvigorate the Republicans in time for the mid-term elections? Just some of the questions analysed by BBC correspondents and their host Stephen Sackur in the annual prediction programme. Repeated from yesterday
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After hearing BBC correspondents forecast what they believe the coming year holds in store in Correspondents' Look Ahead, listeners can phone in or email Stephen Sackur with their responses. Producer Sue Ellis
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When widower Anthony Bastable loses all the family money speculating in spoons, the six Bastable children decide to save the day by hunting for treasure. E Nesbit's delightful classic is a family-listening treat for New Year's Eve.
Music by Rick Juckes : Producer/Director Chris Wallis
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The best of the week on Woman's Hour, presented by Martha Kearney.
Producer Justine Willett ; Editor Jill Burridge EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
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National and international news and analysis, plus sport headlines, presented by Nigel Wrench. Editor Peter Rippon
A look at the latest film and DVD releases, in a special edition of the programme presented by Francine Stock. Producer Sally Spurring
Guests from across 2005 are invited back by Ned Sherrin for Loose Ends second helpings. With Douglas Hodge and Adam Hart-Davis , and music from Turin Brakes. producer Simon Clancy
The cultural highlights of the week are reviewed by Tom Sutcliffe and his guests. Producer NickiPaxman
16/16. Each week an international writer reflects on political, cultural and social developments in their part of the world. This week journalist Thomas Kielinger reflects on events in his native Germany.
Producer Arlene Gregorius Repeated from 5.45am
In 2006, throughout the classical-music world and far beyond, people will be celebrating the 250th anniversary of the birth of composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. As a curtain raiser, this programme looks at the man and his music through 40 insights and ideas covering every angle of his extraordinary life and legacy, including tips from top players, the latest in Mozart research and the future of Mozart in performance. With Huw Edwards. Repeated from Christmas Day
The Genius of Mozart is on BBC4 at 7pm on Friday
2/2. It's now the 1930s. After travelling in the East, Larry returns to Paris, where he meets up with Sophie again - to the horror of his ex-fiancee, Isabel.
Written by W. Somerset Maugham, and dramatised by Ronald Frame.
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National and international news.
The year 1975 was marked by the fall of Saigon, the death of Franco, and at home, economic stagnation and a European referendum. With exclusive access to papers released by the National Archives under the 30-year rule, this special programme gives a new insight into many of the political decisions and controversies of that year. Presented by Martha Kearney. Producers Emily Williams and Adam Fowler
A selection of the funniest moments from The News Quiz in 2005, introduced by Simon Hoggart. Repeated from Christmas Day
National and international news.
Stories from and insights into the secret world of "ordinary" diary-writers. They may be quirky, embarrassing, poignant, funny, boring and obsessive - but they're definitely good for you. Producer Llinos Jones
3/3. Not So Delicious. The series in which writers explore the link between taste and memory concludes with Malorie Blackman on lemon meringue pie, and Francis Spufford on hummus. Producer Beaty Rubens
Nothing Sacred George Walker 's dramatisation of Ivan Turgenev 's novel Fathers and Sons, in an adaptation by Brian Wright