With John Humphrys and James Naughtie . 6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Susan Hulme and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Dom Antony Sutch.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
Led by the Rev Stephen Shipley. Awake, Awake to Love and Work (Sheltered Dale). 1 Thessalonians 4, vv2-12. Jesus, You Are Changing Me (Baker, arr Llewellyn). God Is Love: His the Care (Theodoric, arr Hoist). Director of music Alan Wilson.
3/5. Wood Jazz. By Roger Deakin. The writer's adventures continue in north Wales, as he celebrates the living outdoor sculptures of David Nash. He hears the story behind the creation Wooden Boulder, which the artist set free in a stream and followed for years. Read by Sean Baker. For further details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
2/4. Paul Mason examines how the Lancashire cotton industry changed the face of 19th-century British politics, beginning with a one-man re-enactment of the 1819 Peterloo massacre and ending at the American Civil War.
1/8. Having a Wonderful Time. An ordinary pair of spectacles spells trouble for detective Paul Temple and his glamorous wife Steve as they set off on a trip to Egypt. By Francis Durbridge.
Producer Patrick Rayner
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5/6. This week, Frances Fyfield , Naomi Gryn , George Layton and Brian Sewell share anecdotes they have collected, and are quizzed by host Nigel Rees on the sources of a selection of quotations. The reader is Peter Jefferson. Producer Claire Bartlett Repeated on Monday at 11pm
In 1875 Abel Ryder , a prosperous Oxfordshire shopkeeper, broke the law and refused to have his child vaccinated against smallpox. His stand led to his arrest, trial and a public uproar that helped change the compulsory vaccination law. By Hugh Costello.
Townspeople played by Kim Hicks , Chris Gamer and Amy Clifton ; Producer/Director Jeremy Howe
Chris Beardshaw, John Cushnie , Bob Flowerdew , Pippa Greenwood , Anne Swithinbank , Bunny Guinness, Peter Gibbs and Eric Robson answer queries from visitors to the Summer Garden Party held at the GQT garden in Hampshire to mark the programme's 60th anniversary. Including at
3.25pm Gardening Weather Forecast. Shortened repeat from Sunday at 2pm
13/30. The Puritans. Cromwell may well have publicly disapproved of music in churches, but he employed the Royalists' composers to write works for him and the Protectorate. Written and presented by James Naughtie. For further details see Monday
Jeffrey Weeks talks to Laurie Taylor about his new book, The World We Have Won, which claims that successive revolutions in erotic and intimate life since 1945 have led to the democratisation of every day life.
Producer Charlie Taylor Repeated on Sunday at 12.15am
7/7. In July, England bans smoking in enclosed public spaces. Dr Mark Porter assesses the possible impact of the ban, whether it will have any effect on the incidence of lung cancer, and asks how seriously we should take the threat of passive smoking.
Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
3/10. Summer 1914: Paul's affair with Teresa is increasingly overshadowed by the threat of Jack Halliday and his own insecurities and confusion over his feelings for Elinor. By Pat Barker.
For cast and further details see Monday Rptd from 10.45am
Former astronaut Jeff Hoffman explores how the ambitions of different countries are fuelling their desire for space travel, and investigates upcoming projects in Japan, India, China and the US designed to stake their claim in our planet's closest neighbour.
3/10. Dave and Jack are teenage schoolfriends. Dave is good at lessons. But Jack, who's bottom of the class, has something that can't be learnt - charisma. Try as he might, his housemaster can't break Jack's self-confidence. By Jon Canter. For further details see Monday
6/6. Lucy Clarke 's comedy about the neurotic Faye, who believes modern-day women have it all and achieve it effortlessly, and can't understand why she is unable to do the same. Starring Daisy Haggard , with Adam Buxton , Joanna Scanlan , Joanna Neary , Geoffrey McGivern , Margaret Cabourn-Smith , Eve Dallas, Katy Brand , Olivia Colman , Laura Solon , and Anne Reid. Music by Osymyso; Producer Simon Nicholls
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