With Evan Davis and Sarah Montague.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Robert Orchard and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Brian Draper.
8.31 L W only Yesterday in Parliament
2/4. The Rise of Crime. By 1964 the media had forced crime into the spotlight and politicians could no longer afford to ignore it. Against a backdrop of rising crime, increasing violence and social change, the forces of law and order tried to tackle this new epidemic. Presented by Mark Easton. Producer Rami Tzabar Repeated at 9.30pm
2/5. During the seven years since she emigrated to Britain, Alejandra has written letters home to Mexico. Initially, they are filled with regret, but increasingly she grows to love her new home and the opportunities for personal growth it has afforded her. The second story exploring migration in the UK. Producer Cordelia Rayner
An act of worship led by John Forrest. Jesus
Calls Us! O'er the Tumult (5t Andrew).1 Corinthians 15, vv3-11. Give Us the Wings of Faith (Bullock). In Our Day of Thanksgiving (St Catherine's Court). Director of music Stephen Jackson.
4/9. Bahrain. This strategically positioned island in the Persian Gulf is wrestling with social and religious divisions that often explode into riots. Bill Law investigates the causes of the tension - in particular, allegations that the ruling Sunni elite is ruthlessly exploiting a Shia majority. Producer Linda Pressly Rptd on Monday at 8.30pm
New series 1/5. Tony Benn presents some of the pieces of prose and poetry that have helped shape his personal philosophy. The readers are Saffron Burrows, Jim Findley and Carl Prekopp. Producer Christine Hall
Newly widowed Eddie Beattie begins a desperate search for a woman to re-fill his freezer, wash his socks and help fulfil his dream of winning the karaoke cup. Colin Hough 's comedy about love, sex, parenthood and dressing up as Sonny and Cher.
Producer Patrick Rayner
6/6. Listeners'experiences of once-in-a-lifetime holidays, from white-water rafting down the Colorado River to a road-trip across Australia. One listener gets to the European city that has captured her imagination and actress Fiona Shaw talks to Fi Glover about her visit to the Galapagos islands.
Producers David Prest and Susan Marling
To contact the programme to share travel experiences or ask a Question email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone [number removed]
4/5. Creating Harmony. A new reality TV show, hosted by mysterious lifestyle guru Dr Cana Day, promises its contestants the key to happiness. Jake Eliot 's story is read by Andrew Lincoln. For further details see Monday
4/5. The Rock Voice. What makes for a great rock voice? Music critics Mark Ellen and Robert Sandall and singer Paul Carrack come to the same conclusion: a great rock voice is idiosyncratic and can belong to none other than the singer, be it the operatic swagger of Freddie Mercury, the falsetto of Robert Plant or the semi-spoken drones of Lou Reed. For further details see Monday
As you head out for a gentle summer's cycle ride, spare a thought for the mathematicians who have spent a century puzzling over the maths of a bike's stability. Ouentin Cooper meets the experts who think they've cracked it. Producer Roland Pease
4/5. It's election night 1979 and while Mary is out on a date, her twins Lily and Tarn are scaring themselves with stories in Misty. By Jane Purcell.
For more cast and further details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
Voice of Misty:
1/3. Catching up with the youngsters who stood alongside Sebastian Coe in Singapore, helping to secure the Olympic Games for London. From a variety of racial groups in the Newham area, they reveal the changes in their lives as they progress through their teenage years. Repeated from Sunday at 1.30pm
4/8. No More Wars? Diplomacy rather than military force is the new watchword of British foreign policy. Philip Stephens asks whether, under Gordon Brown , armed intervention will give way to peace-keeping or if the UK's global perspective inevitably means it will still fight wars. Producer Simon Coates Repeated on Sunday at 9.30pm
9/10. A Crisp White Headstone. It's 2000: the end of her marriage enables Ruth to go to Crete - and visit Matt's gravestone. It is time to take stock and move on. By Penelope Lively. For further details see Monday
6/6. Switching Off. As the doctors figure it's time to see if Ben can breathe on his own, Ben's mind goes on its most difficult journey yet: through the landscape of his own chaotic brain, which looks suspiciously like Mordor! Comedy by Nigel Smith.
Additional roles played by Mark Perry , Tim Whitnall and Scarlett Mllburn-Smrth Producer Gareth Edwards
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