With John Humphrys and Carolyn Quinn.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News With Garry Richardson.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With David Wilby and Rachel Hooper.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Abdal Hakim Murad.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
Led by the Rev Peter Whittaker. Lord God Your Love Has
Called Us Here (Ryburn), John 17, 6 vv14-T7; 24-26. The
Lord's Prayer (Kedroff). Praise My Soul the King of Heaven (John Goss ). Director of music Neil Taylor.
3/5. As the post-cultural revolution generation reach maturity there is an ever-increasing generation gap. Parents who missed out on their own education pour all their hopes and dreams on their children, adding immense pressure to family life. Written and read by Duncan Hewitt. For further details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Julian Carey was always told "never trust a hippy" but never understood why. Now he visits Tipi Valley in Carmarthenshire - once in the front line of the hippy invasion - where people have been living under canvas since 1976. What happened to those who tried to stay true to the ideals of the peace-and-love generation?
When Nana Anto-Awuakye was just three, she and nine other children of West African origin wen to live with a white foster family in a cottage in rural Wiltshire the only black children for miles around. On the day uaoay
Dewick", her much-loved foster father, turned 90, she went back to the village to hear his story of those extraordinary years. Producer Kathy Flower
2/6. Darker than You Think. Another in the series of plays by Mike Walker that imagines Dickens in the role or a campaigning newspaper editor.
Bodies are being discovered in the Thames with dreadful injuries. The rumours abound that it's the work o Spring-
Heeled Peter. Chief correspondent Jack Marshall is sent to investigate, but Agnes seems rather more interested in her new beau, a pioneering and seemingly philanthropic doctor, than following the progress of Jack leads.
Producers David Hunter and Tracey Neale ; Director Tracey Neale
Carole Baxter , John Cushnie and Bob Flowerdew answer horticultural queries at the Eastgate Theatre and Arts
Centre in Peebles, near Edinburgh. Eric Robson is in the chair. Including at 3.25pm Gardening Weather Forecast. Shortened repeat from Sunday at 2pm
3/5. Thirst. By Rachel Cusk. In the cold sunlight of wintry
Venice, amid the old glories of Italian paintings and Renaissance architecture, a mother discovers in her daughter a new woman. For further details see Monday
8/10. Artistic Pursuits. Anna Chen talks to historian Diana Yeh about two Chinese writers living in Britain who became widely known in the 1930s and 40s: Chiang Yee , author of the Silent Traveller travel books and SI Hsiung whose play, Lady Precious Stream, was a West End smash hit. For further details see Monday
Laurie Taylor discusses a scholarly study of Esalen, the Californian institute that introduced the West to the spiritual teaching of the East. and was involved in tantric sex, psychedelic drugs, the "human potential" movement and quantum physics. Producer Charlie Taylor Rptd Sun 12.15am
6/6. The Entire History of Theatre through the Ages and How It Is Done. The National Theatre of Brent encapsulate, as only it can, the magic of theatre in 28 minutes.
Producer Liz Anstee ; Director Martin Duncan
Desmond Olivier Dingle:
5/5. In his final Reith Lecture, recorded in Edinburgh, home of the 18th-century Scottish Enlightenment, the economist Professor Jeffrey Sachs calls for a new Enlightenment to help make globalisation work for all. Laying out a blueprint for global co-operation in the 21st century, he urges the world to fulfil what he calls our Millennium promises - to tackle climate change, to agree non-nuclear proliferation and to end extreme poverty by the year 2015. Producer Jim Frank Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
New series 1/6. In the last few years a field of science has emerged from the backwaters of biology to become one of the most exciting areas of scientific research. Peter Evans explores the study of ageing and longevity and discovers that understanding how and why we age has opened up a new field of medicine - one that will not only be able to prevent diseases of ageing like Alzheimer's and cancer, but could also extend the human lifespan by 10, 20 or even 30 years. Producer Pam Rutherford
8/15. Major changes have taken place in the lives of Nat, Libby, Harry, Anthea and Jack. On 30 December 1999, as the millennium draws to a close, they reflect on the deaths and new beginnings preoccupying their thoughts. By Blake Morrison. For further details see Monday
4/4. The pest-control business tackles a highly strung pest with artistic pretentions. Comedy starring
Dan Antopolski and Karl Theobald. Written by Martin Shea , James and Eamonn O'Neill. Producer Gus Beattie
6/6. The Nightclub. Luke gets stuck outside a nightclub, while his friends and Hayley party inside. The last glimpse into the disastrous social life of Luke Walsall, designated driver for his so-called mates. Poignant, romantic comedy by Tim Key. Producer Seb Barwell
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