With James Naughtie and Sarah Montague.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Robert Orchard and Rachel Hooper.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Oliver McTernan.
8.31 L W only Yesterday in Parliament
3/4. Tahir's sense of responsibility reaches a whole new level when he invites his employees and their families to set up home with him. Written by Tahir Shah. For details see Tuesday Repeated at 12.30am (
In the most ravishing corner of Provence on a magnificent spring day, author Michele Roberts and geologist lain Stewart scaled the ancient rocky layers of Mont Sainte-Victoire. They were following in the footsteps of Cezanne, who painted the massif time and time again until his death 100 years ago. Producer Kate Bland Repeated on Sunday at 12.15am
The true story of Harpo Marx 's 1933 tour of Russia.
Misunderstood as a comic, arrested as a terrorist, and enlisted as a spy, Harpo finds himself alone in a strange country with only his burly female minder for company.
Written by Lee Pressman.
Producer/Director Celia de Wolff
4/10. Stewart Henderson presents the interactive problem-solving programme for those intriguing questions from everyday life. Producer Emily Williams
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4/5. The Barrister's Tale. A barrister leafs through statements from all parties to the crime and forms yet another view of the events of that dark and stormy night. Written by Frances Fyfield and read by Julia Ford. For details see Monday
Author Michael Collins talks to Mariella Frostrup about his latest book, a story of literary intrigues, warring novelists and hidden manuscripts, set on a US college campus.
Repeated from Sunday at 4pm
To celebrate the bicentenary of civil engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunei, New Civil Engineer magazine and the University of Bristol are hosting the Clifton Crossing Competition 2006 - a rerun of the 1831 competition
Brunei won to design a bridge across the Avon Gorge at Clifton, Bristol. Ouentin Cooper is joined by Professor
Colin Taylor and Anthony Oliver to discuss the brilliance of Brunei's original design and the merits of the shortlisted finalists for the competition. Producer Colin Grant
3/6. Sketch comedy, including a return to old-style waiters who won't let you see the wine list if you aren't wearing a tie; the poorly matched crime-fighting duo of Angel Summoner and BMX Bandit, and the ultimate brain teaser. Starring Robert Webb and David Mitchell with James Bachman and Olivia Colman.
Producer Gareth Edwards
4/5. As agreed with Barry the Bailiff, Madelaine's flat has been put on the market. But then she discovers a terminal crack and subsidence. By Wendy Oberman.
For cast and further details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
3/3. Muslim Prisoners. Is prison the fertile ground for radicalising some would have us believe? The case of Omar Khayam , who caused outrage when he dressed as a suicide bomber, has raised the question of what is happening to Muslims inside prison. Simon Cox goes inside the British prison system to find out what is really happening to Muslim prisoners. Producer Richard Vadon
New series 1/9. Not Very Productive. Britain may think it has been doing well in the international growth league tables in recent years, but we still lag far behind our rivals in productivity. Peter Day asks why - and why it matters. Producer Sandra Kanthal Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
3/5. What happened to John Prescott 's ten-year transport vision? In 2000, amid a blaze of publicity, he promised to spearhead a huge investment programme in Britain's road and rail systems. But, six years on, is Britain on its way to waving goodbye to polluted roads and cancelled trains? Tom Heap and Miriam O'Reilly travel the country by road and rail to get the real story. Producer Fran Barnes Repeated tomorrow at 3pm
4/10. Chief Investigator Arkady Renko has acquired the KGB surveillance tapes for all foreigners visiting Moscow during the month preceding the murders. As well as the apparent American connection, there also appears to be a German tourist involved and both have links to a Russian known to deal in icons. Written by Martin Cruz Smith. For details see Monday
from 12.30am-1.00 The annual local elections present a crucial test of where the three major parties now stand. James Naughtie and Carolyn Ouinn present an analysis of today's annual local-election results, explaining what they might mean for the councils concerned and for British politics as a whole. Editor Gareth Brown
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