Presented by James Naughtie and Edward Stourton.
6.25,7.25, 8.25 Sports News With Garry Richardson.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
Presented by Robert Orchard and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Catherine Pepinster.
8.31 L W only Yesterday in Parliament
5/5. In the early hours of 12 October 1984, as Margaret Thatcher sat redrafting a speech in her room at Brighton's
Grand Hotel, an IRA bomb exploded killing five people and injuring many more. Sue MacGregor brings together both perpetrators and victims to see how their lives were changed for ever by this terrorist attack on mainland
Britain, and how some of them are building a sense or reconciliation after 23 years. Repeated from Sunday at 11.15am
5/5. Great change has brought about large-scale migration as people search for a better way of life. Concluding the look at life in a fast-changing China, written and read Dy former BBC China correspondent Duncan Hewitt. For further details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
2/2. Glaswegian writer and comedian Hardeep Singh
Kohli investigates the death of the corner shop. It's been estimated that by 2010 the convenience store win De a part of history, and not just because of the competition from the large supermarkets. Many Asian shopkeepers like Hardeep's mum, only went into business to give their r children the opportunities that they never had - the last thing they wanted for their offspring was to work in the family business! Producer Stephen Hughes
6/6. Just as he thinks his mission is drawing to a close
Falco has a fateful encounter with a missing legate and a giant Celtic bull. But he doesn't manage to close the case without the help of his resourceful girlfriend Helena, and the intervention of a small child. By Lindsey Davis , dramatised by Mary Cutler.
Producer/Director Peter Leslie Wild
The surviving members of a radica 1970s theatre group are reunited at the funeral of their former roadie. Old loves are rekindled, old wounds re-opened - and old secrets dug up. By Mervyn Stutter.
Producer/Director David Ian Neville
3/6. Australia. The Great Drought seems set to become a permanent way of life in Australia, the driest country on the driest continent in the world. How is it going to manage its water supplies to ensure that its growing population has enough water in the future? Irrigators need to sell used water back to the government, and drastic measures are necessary to quench the country s increasing thirst. Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
5/5. Cat Fancy. The story of a woman who, as a girl, was rejected by her mother and brought up by her grandmother - an act of kindness undermined by her being treated with the same conditional hospitality afforded a house pet. Kathryn Harrison 's story is the last in the series taken from the film director's literary magazine. For further details see Monday
10/10. Stories from the early days of Chinese restaurants around Britain when the idea of sweet and sour food was enough to make diners laugh.
British appetites were gradually won over with chow mein and chop suey - as long as they were served with chips!
(For further details see Monday)
Director Danny Boyle, best known for Trainspotting and 28 Days Later, talks to Francine Stock about his latest movie Sunshine, and reveals the film he wishes he had made. Plus all the week's cinema news, releases and interviews.
3/8. Sandi Toksvig and Francis Wheen, Simon Evans, Andy Hamilton and Alan Coren trawl through the week's biggest and smallest news stories to present the topical comedy panel game, featuring cryptic questions, acerbic satire and funny newspaper cuttings sent in by listeners.
(Repeated tomorrow at 6.30pm)
10/10. Home Sweet Home. The missing pair return to reclaim their thrones - and the mystery of lobster a la Riseholme unfolds. By EF Benson.
For cast and further details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Topical discussion from Manchester hosted by Eddie Mair , in which an audience canvass the opinions of four leading figures, including Work and Pensions Secretary John Hutton. Producer Anne Peacock Repeated tomorrow at 8pm
"Today I heard...."
A radio dramatisation of the Los Angeles stage production of a global internet phenomenon: an article that has appeared on 100,000 websites that is simply a list of reported quotations from Americans, British and Iraqis, and from other sources that detail the war in Iraq.
Adapted by Simon Levy from the article by Eliot Weinberger.
Cast comprises Tony Pasqualini, Bernadette Speakes, Darcy Halsey, Marc Casabani and Ryun Yu.
Music by Jon Nicholls ; Producer/Director Tim Dee
10/15. By Blake Morrison. The story of the missing toddler continues to obsess Harry, and Anthea struggles with Nat's dependence on her. Read by Douglas Hodge , abridged by Jill Waters. For further details see Monday
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