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: World News

: Prayer for the Day

With the Rev Kevin Franz.

Contributors

Unknown: Kevin Franz.

: The Soundhunter

5/5. Isobel Clouter is in the Hebrides, where she concludes her global quest for disappearing sounds. Producer Sarah Taylor

Contributors

Unknown: Isobel Clouter
Producer: Sarah Taylor

: News Briefing

: Papers

: Sports Desk

: Open Country

Rural life around Britain. Producer Gabi Fisher Extended at 1.30pm

Contributors

Producer: Gabi Fisher

: Farming Today This Week

Presented by Miriam O'Reilly. Producer Chris Impey

Contributors

Presented By: Miriam O'Reilly.
Producer: Chris Impey

: Today

With John Humphrys and Sarah Montague.
7.20 Yesterday in Parliament
7.25 and 8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Canon David Winter.

Contributors

Unknown: John Humphrys
Unknown: Sarah Montague.

: Home Truths

David Stafford takes a wry look at the foibles of family life. Producer Karen Pirie Shortened at 11pm PHONE: [number removed] (calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute) email: home.truths@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: David Stafford
Producer: Karen Pirie Shortened

: Excess Baggage

Sandi Toksvig on the joys of travel. Producer Harry Parker

Contributors

Unknown: Sandi Toksvig
Producer: Harry Parker

: Music to Die for

2/3. Exploring the use of music in modern crime fiction, Ian Rankin talks to fellow novelists John Connolly , Robert Crais and Karin Slaughter , and to guitarist Andy Summers and singer/songwriter Jackie Leven. Producer John pidgeon

Contributors

Talks: Ian Rankin
Unknown: John Connolly
Unknown: Robert Crais
Unknown: Karin Slaughter
Guitarist: Andy Summers
Songwriter: Jackie Leven.
Producer: John Pidgeon

: Week in Westminster

8/11. Elinor Goodman reflects on the week in politics. Editor Peter Mulligan.

Contributors

Unknown: Elinor Goodman
Editor: Peter Mulligan.

: From Our Own Correspondent

A lively collection of dispatches from the BBC's foreign correspondents. With Kate Adie. producer Tony Grant RT DIRECT: From Our Own Correspondent, edited by Tony Grant , is available for E15.99 (RRP E16.99) including p&p or call [number removed] (calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute)

Contributors

Unknown: Kate Adie.
Producer: Tony Grant
Edited By: Tony Grant

: Money Box

The latest news from the world of personal finance, with Paul Lewis. Producer Jennifer Clarke Repeated tomorrow at 9pm

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Lewis.
Producer: Jennifer Clarke

: The News Quiz

5/8. Simon Hoggart presides over the topical panel game. With Alan Coren and guests. Repeated from yesterday

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Hoggart
Unknown: Alan Coren

: News

: Any Questions?

10/13. Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion in Hastings with a panel that includes Ann Widdecombe , Andrew
Simmsand Michael Mansfield OC. Repeated from yesterday

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Dimbleby
Unknown: Ann Widdecombe

: Any Answers?

Listeners' calls and emails, taken by Jonathan Dimbleby , in response to Any Questions. producer Lisa Jenkinson
PHONE: [number removed] (calls from land lines cost no more than 8p per minute) Lines open from 12.30pm; email: any.answers@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Dimbleby
Producer: Lisa Jenkinson

: The Saturday Play: Cold in the Earth and15 Wild Decembers

Why did Emily Bronte write Wuthering Heights? How could she write so vividly about love, grief and hatred without these emotions in her own life? This compelling drama about the story of Bronte's socially transgressing love affair with a weaver's son is by Sally Wainwright.
Producer/Director Pauline Harris

Contributors

Unknown: Sally Wainwright.
Director: Pauline Harris
Emily Bronte: Joanne Froggatt
Robert: Danny Burns
Anne Bronte: Rhea Bailey
Charlotte Bronte/Tabby: Deborah McAndrew
Branwell Bronte/John: Peter Ash
James Greenwood: Adam Paulden
Patrick Bronte: Rob Pickavance
Aunt Branwell: Janice McKenzie
Pickles/Doctor: Gerard Fletcher
Sally/Miss Wooler: Marie Ekins

: Six Nations Rugby

Ireland v Scotland
Kick-off at 3.30. Live from Lansdowne Road, Dublin. Full commentary from lain Carter and Martin Bayf ield, with expert opinion from former internationals Hugo MacNeill and Eric Peters.
Producers Francesca Bent and Graham McMillan •approximate times Six Nations rugby coverage is on BBC1 from 1pm

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Bayf
Unknown: Hugo MacNeill
Unknown: Eric Peters.

: Soul Music

2/4. 1 Vow to Thee My Country. This hymn was created when Vaughan Williams had the idea to set a poem written by the American ambassador Cecil Spring-Rice to the music from Holst's Jupiter from The Planets. Rptd from Tue

Contributors

Unknown: Vaughan Williams
Unknown: Cecil Spring-Rice

: Weekend Woman's Hour

The best of the week on Woman's Hour, presented by Martha Kearney. Producer Justine Willett ; Editor Jill Burridge EMAIL: womanshour@bbc.co.uk BBC AUDIO: The recently released Woman's Hour: a Celebration of Mothers, featuring excerpts from the programme, is available on audio cassette and CD from www.bbcshop.com and from all good retail outlets, or by calling [number removed]

Contributors

Presented By: Martha Kearney.
Producer: Justine Willett
Editor: Jill Burridge

: Saturday PM

News and analysis, including sports headlines, presented by Carolyn Ouinn. Editor Peter Rippon

Contributors

Presented By: Carolyn Ouinn.
Editor: Peter Rippon

: The Bottom Line

3/5. Four people with big-business vision join Evan Davis for lively conversation about what's important to consumers and businesses, Producer Kirsten Lass

Contributors

Unknown: Evan Davis
Producer: Kirsten Lass

: Loose Ends

Conversation, comedy and music, with Ned Sherrin and his guests. Producers Simon Clancy and Cathie Mahoney

Contributors

Unknown: Ned Sherrin
Producers: Simon Clancy
Producers: Cathie Mahoney

: Profile

10/16. Combining interviews and archive material, the programme shines the spotlight on an individual making the headlines. Producer Emma Rippon Repeated tomorrow at 5.40pm

Contributors

Producer: Emma Rippon

: Saturday Review

Tom Sutcliffe and his guests review the cultural highlights of the week. Producer Nicki Paxman

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Sutcliffe
Producer: Nicki Paxman

: The Archive Hour: 20,000 Leagues under the Ice

In 1958, in utter secrecy, the world's first nuclear submarine, USS Nautilus, voyaged beneath the ice of the North Pole and entered into legend. "Nautilus 90 degrees North", flashed the telegram, informing the world of the boat's historic undersea crossing. A message that would sink home both in Washington and Moscow, hinting of American technical prowess and the tilting of the strategic power. That voyage was captured on disc and long forgotten. Charles Wheeler , speaking with the captain and crew of the Nautilus, reveals a hidden history of adventure and political intrigue at the limits of human knowledge. Producer Mark Burman

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Producer: Mark Burman

: Classic Serial: Lord Arthur Savile's Crime

2/2. A delicious satire based on Oscar Wilde 's short story, dramatised by Mike Walker. Lord Arthur sets about concocting the intricacies of a murder. But it's not as straightforward as he initially hoped.
Producer/Director Gemma McMullan Repeated from Sunday

Contributors

Unknown: Oscar Wilde
Dramatised By: Mike Walker.
Director: Gemma McMullan
Lord Arthur: Rupert Penry-Jones
Sybil: Gillian Kearney
Podgers: David Bamber
Willet: David Bradley
The General: Patrick Ryecart
Alqy: Patrick Kennedy
Archdeacon: Clive Swift
Lady Clementina: Doreen Mantle
Rouveloff: Christopher Rozycki
Lane: Michael Kilqarrlff
Policeman: David Holt

: The Moral Maze

7/10. Michael Buerk chairs a debate in which
Melanie Phillips , Michael Portillo , Claire Fox and Steven Rose cross-examine expert witnesses on moral issues. Rptd from wed

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Buerk
Unknown: Melanie Phillips
Unknown: Michael Portillo
Unknown: Claire Fox
Unknown: Steven Rose

: Counterpoint

1/13. The eclectic music quiz returns for its 20th series, chaired by Ned Sherrin. Repeated from Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Ned Sherrin.

: In Search of Mad Carew

For many people, monologues mean Stanley Holloway reciting The Lion and Albert. Here Jonathan Cecil explores the rich tradition behind that famous piece of comic verse. And with the help of Roy Hudd , Michael Marshall and Nigel Anthony , he goes in search of Mad Carew, the tragic hero of the much parodied work, The Green Eye of the Little Yellow God. Repeated from Sunday

Contributors

Unknown: Stanley Holloway
Unknown: Jonathan Cecil
Unknown: Roy Hudd
Unknown: Michael Marshall
Unknown: Nigel Anthony

: Lent Talks

1/6. Via Dolorosa - the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. A series of Lent talks, recorded in Jerusalem. From the roof of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Daniel Rossing , director of the Jerusalem Center for Jewish-Christian
Relations, reflects on how Jews and Christians can draw on commonly held traditions of penance. Repeated from wed

Contributors

Unknown: Daniel Rossing

: News

: Write On

: News

: The Ticket

: News; Play of the Week

Sagila: the Owner's Knobstick by Sibusiso Mamba. Inspired by Eric Sibanda 's short story, this is a dark murder-mystery set in Swaziland from 4.30am

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Sibanda

: Test Match Special

India v England
Commentary on the third day's play of the Second Test in Mohali by Jonathan Agnew , Christopher Martin-Jenkins and Simon Mann With Geoffrey Boycott. Including at 7.00 News and Papers, and at 8.51 Yesterday in Parliament.
Producer Peter Baxter *approximate times

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Agnew
Unknown: Christopher Martin-Jenkins
Unknown: Simon Mann
Unknown: Geoffrey Boycott.
Producer: Peter Baxter

: Test Match Special

India v England Commentary on the fourth day's play of the Second Test at Mohali. Including at 7.00 News and Papers. Producer Peter Baxter 'approximate times

Contributors

Producer: Peter Baxter








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