With John Humphrys and Sarah Montague.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
6.45 Yesterday In Parliament
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7.48 Thought for the Day
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5/5. What Murdered the Boy I Was? Stuart has "blown away" all the memories of childhood but Alexander relentlessly pursues the past to find out what went wrong. Written and narrated by Alexander Masters. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
When a clock fell off the wall in Hoyland Town Hall in South Yorkshire, few gave it a second thought - until the caretaker discovered a miniature spy camera hidden behind it. So why was it there? Was it a case of foul play in a council argument? Or something more high-level? Steve Punt turns detective to tackle the Hoyland mystery. He tests out a range of theories - including the idea that it was placed there by the security services during the miners' strike. Producer Laurence Grissell
5/6 Another confused and muddled day in the life of one-time variety star Count Arthur Strong , played by Steve Delaney. In this episode he recounts a day that includes everything from haggling over the price of a scouring pad and the difficulties of opening a door via an intercom, to turning up for an audition a day late. Producers Mark Radcliffe and John Leonard
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A fictional drama inspired by the meeting in 1967 between the poet and Holocaust survivor Paul Celan and the Nazi philosopher Martin Heidegger at the latter's mountain retreat. Written by John Banville.
Producer/Director Gemma McMullan
9/9. Gregg Wallace and Charlie Hicks , with the help of chef Alistair Little , answer listeners' questions about how best to use vegetables in stews and casseroles. Producer Lucinda Montefiore
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5/5. Fit for the Future. With many breeding populations of ponies in decline, Dylan Winter finds out how important it is to keep free-living herds of ponies in their natural mountain and moorland environments as well as to retain their popularity with prospective owners. For details see Monday
5/6. Steve Punt. Hugh Dennis and the team present another instalment of topical satire, sketches and songs. Producer Colin Anderson Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
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5/5. The Vestry. When vicar Linda gets a hospital appointment to discuss her test results, she immediately fears the worse. Knowing that she of all people should not be afraid of death, Linda tries to rationalise her fears about dying. By Louise Gooding.
Director Gary Brown For details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
3/13. Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion as an audience in Hertford puts questions on issues of the week to a panel that includes writer Frederick Forsyth , the Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs Lord Falconer, and Shirley Williams. Producer Lisa Jenkinson Rptd tomorrow at 1.10pm
Kat is training to be a teacher. She's finally leaving home and moving into a flat. Her younger brother knows Kat's secret - she's been self-harming ever since her father,
Michael, disappeared seven years ago. Then one day her mother opens the door.... it's Michael. By Amanda Dalton.
Producer/Director Sue Roberts
10/15. "She has started the machinery; it will work to its end." Mrs Moore will offer Adela no words of comfort as the trial approaches. Written by EM Foster and read by Samuel West. For details see Monday
6/6. David Aaronovitch presents the Friday-night talk show that invites guests from around the world to observe, parody and dissect the habits of the British from a foreign perspective. Executive producer Rebecca Asher
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