With James Naughtie and Carolyn Quinn.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
6.45 Yesterday In Parliament
With Robert Orchard and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Catherine Pepinster.
8.31 L W only Yesterday in Parliament Editor of Today Ceri Thomas
5/5. Jenny and the boys are snowed in after a fierce blizzard. How much longer will it be feasible for them to stay on at the farm? Written and read by Horatio Clare . For further details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
England v Pakistan
From Lord's, commentary on the second day s play in the First Test by Jonathan Agnew , Henry Blofeld and Christopher Martin-Jenkins , with expert comment from Angus Fraser , Imran Khan and Geoffrey Boycott. In Talking Point at
1.00pm the Cowdrey Lecture by former New Zealand
captain Martin Crowe. With News at 1.30pm and 3.40.
Producer Peter Baxter approximate time
There has been a Magistrates' Court in London s Bow Street since 1740, dispensing justice to an extraordinary range of characters from Casanova to the Krays. But now the court is to be turned into a boutique hotel. On the day of its final sitting Rory MacLean is given special access behind the scenes as staff prepare to leave and almost three centuries of tradition comes to an end. Producer Adam Fowler
3/4. The Anarchist in the Basement. Neil Casubon , the anarchist in the basement of Poppy's boarding house, throws a wild party and landlady Mrs Goff is not amused. Novice reporter Poppy's trip to a civic banquet with the Downingham Post's editor, Mr Pellet, finds them letting their hair down. By Monica Dickens , adapted by Sheila Goff. Director David Hunter
10/12 Roger Bolton selects listeners' comments, queries, criticisms and congratulations and redirects them towards BBC radio programme and policy makers. Producer Penny Vine Repeated on Sunday at 8pm ADDRESS: Feedback, PO Box 2100, London W1A 10T Phone: [number removed]: email: feedback@>bbc.co.uk
When the dashing young Charles Middleton arrives in Nigeria in 1929 he strikes up an immediate friendship with Louisa a married woman. Louisa begins to believe that Charles must be is in love with her - but his diary entries reveal a different story. By Sue Eckstein. Producer/Director Bruce Young
3/5. Dylan Winter explores how carbon offsetting works and how it can allow people to play their part in helping the environment. He also joins Brett Westwood to indulge in some lunch-hour wildlife watching and finds out just how much exciting wildlife lives within reach of everyone's workplace even in the busiest of cities. Producer Sheena Duncan
5/5. Upside Down. By Donna Daley-Clarke . Watching her beautiful daughter turn cartwheels at circus summer school, Katrina wonders how she can turn her own ordered life upside down. Read by Adjoa Andoh. Producer Joanne Reardon For further details see Monday
New series 1/6. Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present a comical look through the week's news, with humorous help from Mitch Benn , Jon Holmes , Laura Shavin and a special guest.
Producer Colin Anderson Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm FM
5/5. The Lollipop Lady. Theresa (played by Anne Reid ) has been guarding the crossing for 20 years, but things aren't what they used to be, and she now feels like a Debbie McGee to the flashing green man on the pedestrian crossing. But armed with a fluorescent tabard and an oversized lollipop, she's determined to get the kids across the road. Written by Alexis Zegerman. For further details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Nick Clarke chairs the discussion as an audience in Carshalton in Surrey puts questions on issues of the week to Labour MP Bob Marshall-Andrews , former Chancellor of the Exchequer Lord Lawson, Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee , and actor and playwright Julian Fellowes. Producer Lisa Jenkinson Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
A powerful drama telling the true story of a Louisiana mother, Lorilei Guillory , who testified to keep her son
Jeremy's killer from death row. By Thomas Wright , in part using Lorilei Guillory 's own words.
With the song LullltBy by Greg Brown. Other music composed by Gary Yershon. Adapted from the stage play developed by Reprieve Producer/Director Susan Roberts
Writer, broadcaster and documentary-film-maker
Sarfraz Manzoor , and lawyer and literary critic
Anthony Julius discuss their favourite books with Martha Kearney , who also brings her own choice of book. Repeated from Tuesday at 4.30pm
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