With James Naughtie and Carolyn Ouinn.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sport News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Rachel Hooper and Alicia McCarthy.
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rev Joel Edwards.
8.31 L W only Yesterday in Parliament
4/5. Tobias Jones visits the communities of Terra Libra in Sicily. Set up to reclaim and work the land confiscated from the Mafia, the farmers' group offers a second chance to many recovering drug addicts. For further details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Led by Becky Harris. 0 Love Divine, How Sweet Thou Art (Cornwall). Romans 8, W31-39. How Deep the Father's Love (Townend). I Cannot Tell (Londonderry Air). Director of music Paul Leddington Wright. Organist Philip Rushforth.
A lively collection of dispatches from the BBC's foreign correspondents, who report on stories in their regions. Presented by Kate Adie. Producer Tony Grant
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2/5. Rick Stein presents some memorable pieces of literature, including prose, poetry and some favourite cookery writing. Christian Rodska and Jenny Coverack join him to entertain an audience at the Seafood School in PadStOW. Producer Viv Beeby Repeated on Sunday at 12.15am
2/4. The House of Hope. By Alexander McCall Smith. Mma Ramotswe visits some bad girls as part of her guest to find a husband for her client. it seems, however, that she has marriage problems of her own, as her fiance appears no closer to setting the date for their wedding.
Producer/Director Kirsty Williams
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2/6. Fi Glover presents the travel series giving listener-led tips on the best and worst of holiday experiences. This week the team looks at how to holiday on a tight budget. Producers Susan Marling and David Prest
4/5. Mines. By Linda Ruhemann. A father tries to communicate with his grown-up daughter about the past, when she was persuaded to have an abortion, and about her inability to have children in the present. Read by Richard Mitchley. For further details see Monday
4/5. Charles suffered severe head injuries after being hit by a car. The damage to his memory system caused him to adopt memories that he felt were real but that his family knew couldn't be true. Now significantly recovered,
Charles and his wife talk about the way his memory has Played tricks on them both. For further details see Monday
Does humanity's quest to explore and one day live in space square with environmental problems closer to home? Quentin Cooper talks to astrobiologist
Charles Cockell , who believes the technologies and skills needed to find other worlds to live on will one day help protect planet Earth from environmental disaster. Producer Pamela Rutherford
2/6. This week, Trevor. the sports agent handicapped by his conscience, is keen to sign the agency's first Muslim client. But do the others think this is a good idea? And why has Ralph been marooned on an island? By Andy Hamilton. producer Andy Hamilton
New series 1/3. Simon Cox tackles stories that matter, challenging accepted wisdom along the way. He begins by examining the Stern Review, a global warming report praised by politicians and pundits alike, and speaks to a climate economist to find out if the document is as worthy as first impressions Suggest. Producer Richard Vadon
4/8. Not Just for Profit. Social entrepreneurs are taking a businesslike approach to making change, not simply profit, out of enterprises such as leisure centres and loan companies. Peter Day asks what motivates them, and how effective social entrepreneurs can be. Producer Caroline Bayley
4/5. The Name ofthe Game 2/2. Nancy is unsettled by her son Gerard's reponse to her new business venture, and makes a difficult decision. From Colm Toibin 's latest short story collection, read by Niamh Cusack. For details see Monday
S Hamish and Dougal are commissioned by the Laird to organise their first Burns Night - a foreign tradition they plan to import to Scotland. The Laird has invited a distinguished collection of guests to the "big hoose" to take part, and one and all have a grand evening, culminating in a Come Highland Dancing competition. By Graeme Garden and Barry Cryer.
Producer Jon Naismith
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