With John Humphrys and Edward Stourton.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Rachel Hooper and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rev Dr Alan Billings.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
5/5. "A wheelchair. An American wheelchair. I have a joystick in my hand. The machine moves my motion-deprived body down the street of a small American town. A woman in a wheelchair races by me at full tilt. On the side is a colourful message in big letters: I LOVE LIFE." Ruben Galllego 's memoir, read by Stephen Tompkinson. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
I More than a thousand members of religious orders in the United States have volunteered to take part in a remarkable experiment that will mean donating their brains to science after their deaths to help try to unlock the mysteries of Alzheimer's disease. Producer Phill Pegum
4/5. Hercule Poirot is very excited because someone has tried to kill him - so he knows he's on the right track. However, there is somebody else for whose life he particularly fears.
Dramatised by Michael Bakewell.
At home with Hercule: page 16
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Fiona just wants to be herself - but this is proving very difficult, especially as everyone is pressuring her to be who they want her to be. As a life-long lesbian, Fiona has a dreadful secret: she now fancies men. And her friends and family are less than thrilled when the secret gets out. A comedy about coming-out (again) when you re nearly 40. Written by Char March.
Director Lu Kemp
Cameron/Sandy Ralph Rlach
5/5. The End of the Road. The Gypsy's relationship with the horse goes deep. But the old ways are disappearing fast, and the survival of the ancient Romany culture now lies in doubt. In the last of a series of stories recorded on location, Romany Bill Lee reflects on how a single transaction was to change his life for ever. For details see Monday
5/5. It's summer. The oak tree produces a second crop of leaves - the lammas growth - to replace its now tatty spring canopy. Our thousand-year-old is a majestic tree, dripping with mosses and lichens, but what does the future hold for such an iconic symbol of our landscape? For details see Monday
7/8. Simon Hoggart presides over the topical panel game. With special guests.
Producer Katie Tyrrell Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm
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5/10. By Virginia Woolf. When St John insults Rachel at the ball, Terence is there to smooth things over.
The next morning Rachel receives a surprise delivery that throws her into a state of confusion.
For cast and further details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
12/13. Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion as an audience in Loughborough, Leicestershire, puts questions on the issues of the week to MPs Ken Clarke and Sir Gerald Kaufman , and to MEP Nigel Farage. Producer Lisa Jenkinson Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
rThea von Harbou's novel became her husband
Fritz Lang 's 1927 silent-movie classic. Its terrifying vision of the future was born in an age of booming heavy industry. Peter Straughan 's new version finds its hero, FT Fredersen, caught up in a nightmarish world all too recognisably drawn from the one we find ourselves in today.
Other parts played by Kim Wall , Elizabeth Bell , Anthony Glennon , Liza Sutherland , Jacqueline Cloake and Thomas Wheatley Producer/Director Toby Swift
5/10. Convinced that her father has gone in search of Drakulya, Elizabeth absconds from school in Amsterdam, determined to catch up with him. But someone is following her. By Elizabeth Kostova. For details see Monday
9/10. Mustn't Grumble. Dominic Arkwright invites his guests to write and talk about the art of complaining, with the former rail regulator Tom Winsor , Neil Herron from "the People's No Campaign" and Australian actor and comic Mark Little. Producer Isobel Eaton
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