Presented by John Humphrys and Carolyn Ouinn.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Rachel Hooper and Robert Orchard.
7.48 Thought for the Day With John Bell.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament Editor of Today Ceri Thomas
2/5. Sue MacGregor goes back to 1985 and the start of one of the country's most popular TV soaps, EastEnders.
She reunites some original cast members, writers and producers, including Anna Wing (who played matriarch Lou Beale); Wendy Richard (Pauline Fowler); Leslie Grantham (aka Dirty Den); scriptwriter Bill Lyons and casting director Jonathan MacKleish. See Choice on page 122.
Repeated from Sunday at 11.15am
5/5. Leni Meets the Nuba. Leni bounces back as an ace photographer of African tribesmen that "Come to me in my dreams, not as human beings, but as strange impalpable creatures fashioned by artists . The final instalment of Steven Bach 's book about the life of the controversial film director, read by Kenneth Branagn. For further details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
2/3. Two families, one from the heart of gas-guzzling
Texas and the other from rural Cheshire, swap the lives for one week to experience the society and communities that shape their carbon footprint. Now the US is much more engaged in discussion of energy innovation, but how far, and will it be in time? producer ciairesutton
3/6. Falco has arrived in Germany and discovered that
Gracilis, the Fourteenth Legion's legate, has gone missing.
It looks as though he might be involved in some corrupt business with the local potters. Falco's inquiries ; get him into trouble with a centurion, and Xanthus the barber reveals an unexpected talent. Dramatised by Mary Cutler from the novels by Lindsey Davis.
Producer/Director Peter Leslie Wild
Australia v New Zealand
Jim Maxwell , Bryan Waddle and Arlo White introduce commentary on the 23rd and penultimate game of the Super Eights at the National Cricket Stadium in Grenada.
Analysis comes from Damien Fleming and Ian Smith.
Producer Peter Baxter -approximate time Highlights of today's play are on BBC1 tonight
Kate is just beginning to relish being herse for the first time in her life. Each week she checks in with a support group to tell them how things are going for a recovering alcoholic. A darkly comic drama, by Dennis Kelly , told over the course of 12 consecutive sessions. Other parts played by Gerard McDermott , Colleen Prendergast,Susan Jameson and Harry Myers Music by Nina Perry ; Producer/Director Pam Marshall
7/7. Iconic Walks: The Cotswold Way. Clare Balding walks a section of the Cotswold Way, soon to become the country's newest National Trail, starting at Coaley Peak and continuing through woodland and along escarpments. She ends her journey in the village of Dursley, where she samples a pint of local beer in one Of Gloucestershire's oldest pubs. Producer Bethan Bell
Sankha Guha travels to the heart of the Indian jungle to track Hinduism's and India's greatest and most revered animal - the tiger. Using the extraordinary and haunting sounds of the jungle's wildlife to guide him, he encounters an ancient tribe, who it is said "walked with the tigers" and uncovers the shocking truth of how close the tiger is to extinction. Producer Mark O'Brien
5/5. By Sam Boardman-Jacobs . The theatre is open and the revue is a success, but Franco's troops are on the verge of taking Madrid and the prospects for Jorge and Gloria look very gloomy indeed. For cast and further details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the discussion in Leeds as an audience puts questions about topical issues to a panel that includes International Development Secretary Hilary Benn; Liberal Democrat Education spokesperson Sarah Teather; and skills envoy Sir Digby Jones. Producer Anne Peacock Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
Drama documentary by Jackie Pavlenko , set in the mother-and-baby unit of a prison. A woman faces a dilemma when told her child must leave the jail once he reaches six months of age. Next week's Woman's Hour drama continues the story. Producer/Director Marc Beeby
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