With John Humphrys and Sarah Montague.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News With Rob Northam.
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Alicia McCarthy and Robert Orchard.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Oliver McTernan.
8.31 LW on/v Yesterday in Parliament
Melvyn Bragg examines the literary sensation caused by Gustave Flaubert's novel Madame Bovary. Put on trial as "an affront to decent comportment and religious morality", the story of an adulterous housewife called Emma is a vital staging post in the development of realism. Andy Martin and Mary Orr discuss Flaubert's day in court.
Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
4/5. It's April 1945 and Grass's regiment of recruits is thrown into the front line against the advancing Russians, with horrific conseguences. By Gunter Grass. For further details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Led by Becky Harris. God Gives Us a Future
(Camberwell). Acts 13, vv34-41. Christ, Whose Glory Fills the Skies (Candlyn). 0 Jesus, I Have Promised (Wolvercote). Director of music Philip Matthias. Organist Richard Tanner , with the University of Newcastle Chamber Choir, Australia.
2/9. Turkey. In Turkey the ruling religious-based AK party is a driving force behind the country's efforts to join the EU - but many fear it is also trying to re-Islamise Turkey by stealth. With the AK poised to win another election,
Tim Whewell travels to Kayseri to discover who's behind the party and what its aims are. Producer Julia Rooke Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
1/2. Merimee- the Creator of Carmen. Writers Julian Barnes and Hermione Lee go on the trail of Prosper Merimee, author of the novella Carmen, who was employed in the 1830s as inspector-general of historical monuments, saving many of the sites that tourists in France enjoy to this day. Producer Robyn Read
In the autumn of 1999, 28-year-old
Alan Maclean disappeared from a yacht travelling from the Seychelles to France. Stephen Phelps's play charts his father's search for the truth.
Director Celia de Wolff
David Ian Masters Medium Rachel Atkins
4/6. Aware of keeping our carbon footprint to a minimum, Fi Glover and the team explore some holidays that don't involve getting on a plane. From a romantic Scandinavian adventure by boat, train and bike, to train journeys with a difference, the show has inspiring ideas from industry insiders.
Producers David Prest and Susan Marling
To contact the programme to share travel experiences or ask a question email email@example.com or phone [number removed]
4/5. KK. Theme-park monsters are meant to frighten the visitors, not the other way round. Liza Cody 's touching story shows how appearances can be deceptive. Read by Rosalyn Landor. For further details see Monday
29/30.Grand Opera. James Naughtie continues the series connecting historical events and their effect on the course of classical music. He explores Italy's love affair with opera in the first half of the 19th century and how new compositions by Donizetti,
Rossini and Bellini were greeted with frenzy on the streets. Reader Simon Russell Beale. For further details see Monday
In an Overcrowded Prison. Britain's prisons are officially full, but the number in custody continues to rise and the service is in crisis. Jenny Cuffe has exclusive access to HMP Liverpool for seven days, as the Governor faces tough choices and prisoners face the consequences. Producer Sally Chesworth
2/9. Repugnant Markets. Thousands of people die every year while waiting for a kidney yet billions have a spare kidney. There's the potential for trade, but buying and selling organs is widely regarded as a repugnant exploitation of the poor by the rich. Tim Harford asks whether our objections to this kind of transaction are based on practical grounds, on ethics, or on sheer distaste. Producer Richard Vadon
9/10. Mike's world starts to disintegrate when, 14 years after her disappearance, Jennifer's body is finally discovered and the police investigation reopens. By Sebastian Faulks. For further details see Monday
4/6. Switching Off. Ben is visited by a psychologist after his doctors wonder if lying in a coma is depressing him, but the shrink's arrival has more of an effect on Mary and Mum. Meanwhile, Ben's mind recalls his previous unpleasant experience of therapy with a marriage guidance counsellor. Comedy by Nigel Smith.
Additional roles played by Mark Perry and Lucy Montgomery Producer Gareth Edwards
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