With George Craig.
V5. Gregg Wallace visits British street markets to assess how they are surviving in the face of competition from supermarkets and out-of-town developments. He begins with East Street in Southwark, London, where Charlie Chaplin once bought his groceries. Producer Neil George
Exploring rural life around the UK.
Producer Sandra Sykes Repeated on Thursday at 1.30pm
The issues that affect the countryside. Presented by Miriam O'Reilly. Producer Steve Peacock
With John Humphrys and Edward Stourton.
7.25,8.25 Sports News With Steve May.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Catherine Pepinster.
With guest presenter Muriel Gray. Producer Torquil MacLeod
Sandi Toksvig explores the adventures, frustrations and joys of travel. Producer Harry Parker
New series 1/3. Hot August Night
Paul Gambaccini returns with his series on classic live albums. He begins with the sell-out concerts given by Neil Diamond at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles in August 1972, where the audience were bombarded with a blaze of light and sound. Producer Marya Burgess
Sheena McDonald hosts this political discussion, sharpening the focus on current ideas and events. Producer Paul Vickers
Dispatches from the BBC's foreign correspondents. Presented by Kate Adie. Producer Tony Grant
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6/6. It is estimated that there are about a million Poles working in the UK. Heather Payton reports on how the high-street banks are meeting the needs of these new arrivals and asks what sort of financial services they may require in the years to come.
(Repeated on Monday at 3pm)
2/6. Armando lannucci and his special guests hold forth in another bout of blarney.
Producer David Tyler Repeated from yesterday
Jonathan Dimbleby takes the topical discussion to Liverpool. Repeated from yesterday
Jonathan Dimbleby takes listeners' calls and emails in response to Any Questions? Producer Lisa Jenkinson
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The Desert I nn, scene of one of Noël Coward's greatest cabaret triumphs, is the setting for a "highly probable Noël Coward murder mystery", complete with Judy Garland , a showgirl, a Broadway agent, an unlikely croupier, and a US Congressman. Another crime to be solved with the Master's favourite weapon: wit. By Marcy Kahan.
Producer/Director Ned Chaillet
Mercedes de Caruso:
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan was a great Qawwali (devotional music of Suf ism) singer who collaborated with Western musicians such as Peter Gabriel. He is the spiritual and musical hero of Navid Akhtar , who presents this profile on the tenth anniversary of the singer's death. Repeated from Tuesday
Nusrat Fateh Ali
The best of the week on Woman's Hour, presented by Ritula Shah. Editor Jill Burridge
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News, presented by Chris Ledgard.
4/6. Sally Magnusson and genealogist
Nick Barratt are joined by guests to discuss ways of researching migrant ancestors who travelled across the country - or came to the UK from overseas. Producer Anne McNaught
Conversation, comedy and music, hosted by Peter Curran. Producer Cathie Mahoney
Friends, family and colleagues provide an insight into the personality of one of the week's headline-makers.
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Maev Kennedy and guests examine highlights of the week's cultural events. Producer Anne Marie Cole
Sarfraz Manzoor examines Make Yourself at Home, the BBC's 1965 series supporting the Asian communities settling in Britain. He takes a journey through four decades to the present day, assessing the nation's changing attitude toward foreigners beginning a new life in the UK. Producer Mark Rickards
2/2. Denry Machin 's engagement to dance teacher Ruth Earp has been called off. He is now a wealthy, respected and admired man, and the whole world lies before him. His true love waits for him, but only if he manages to realise it in time. Arnold Bennett 's story is dramatised by Jennifer Howarth.
Repeated from Sunday
Countess of Chell:
4/4. In front of a sceptical audience at the Institute of Economic Affairs, tax specialist
Richard Murphy argues that Britain should stop trying to woo the very rich from abroad with tax breaks. Evan Davis sees fair play is maintained in the last of the controversial debates. Repeated from Wednesday
10/12. The south of England try to stop the Midlands' success in the cryptic quiz. Featuring Rosalind Miles , Stephen Maddock ,
Fred Housego and Marcel Berlins. Tom Sutcliffe is in the chair. Repeated from Monday
7/8. Roger McGough 's selection of listeners' favourite poems this week includes Byron's epitaph to his best friend - his dog, Boatswain. Repeated from Sunday
2/5. Two Good Feet. Onhisfirstdayathissixth school, ten-year-old Marcus is facing a familiar prejudice. But he has more than one surprise up his sleeve - he has two outstandingly good feet. By Richard Hollins , read by Paul Simpson. Producer/Director Janet Hampson
Sad Girl, by Sue Teddern. Drama starring