2/5. An assessment of how Kent's Faversham market is faring in the face of competition from nearby supermarkets. Gregg Wallace looks at the produce from local and French stallholders. Producer Neil George
Exploring rural life around the UK.
Producer Sandra Sykes Repeated on Thursday atuopm
Reports on agricultural issues, presented by Melanie Abbott. Producer Steve Peacock
With John Humphrys and James Naughtie.
7.25,8.25 Sports News With Garry Richardson.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Catherine Pepinster.
Political commentator and biographer Anthony Seldon joins Fi Glover on the weekend entertainment show. Producer Torquil MacLeod
Sandi Toksvig on the adventures, frustrations and joys of travel. Producer Harry Parker
2/3. The Prom of Peace. Reliving the BBC Prom at the Royal Albert Hall on 21 August 1968 that featured the Soviet State Symphony Orchestra and Czech composer Anton Dvorak 's cello concerto on the day Soviet tanks put an end to the short-lived Prague Spring. Producer Marya Burgess
Dennis Sewell hosts the political discussion mat sharpens the focus on ideas and events. Producer Paul Vickers
Dispatches from the BBC's foreign correspondents. Presented by Kate Adie. Producer Tony Grant
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The latest from the world of personal finance, presented by Paul Lewis. producer Chris A'Court
3/6. Armando lannucci welcomes you and your ears to some topical piffle as he and his guests poke about a bit at the news and things in general. Repeated from yesterday
Topical discussion hosted by Jonathan Dimbleby , in which an audience canvass the opinions of a panel that includes cartoonist Steve Bell ,
Professor Lord Anthony Giddens , and journalist and historian Max Hastings. From Kibworth in Leicestershire. Repeated from yesterday
Jonathan Dimbleby takes listeners' calls and emails in response to Any Questions? Producer Lisa Jenkinson
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Biographical comedy, by Marcy Kahan. Reconciled to being out of fashion,
Noel Coward is determined to finish his first novel, until his neighbour Ian Fleming sets him an espionage challenge.
Producer/Director Gordon House
John Florance joins a group of musicians and choristers from Surrey and the West Midlands as they perform psalmody, or, as Hardy later referred to it, "west gallery music". Largely composed by amateurs and performed by a variety of singers and instrumentalists, it stood quite apart from the cathedral tradition.
Repeated from Tuesday
Highlights of the weekday programmes.
Presented by Jane Little. Editor Jill Burridge
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News and sporting headlines. With Ritula Shah.
5/6. Sally Magnusson and genealogist
Nick Barratt explore more ways of researching your ancestral history. This week the detective work includes clues that can be gleaned from old photographs. Producer Anne McNaught
Peter Curran welcomes more guests for sparkling conversation, comedy and music. Producer Cathie Mahoney
Friends, family and colleagues provide an insight into one of the week's headline-makers. Editor Maria Balinska Rptd tomorrow at 5.45am and 5.40pm
Sarfraz Manzoor and guests examine highlights of the week's cultural events. Producer Anne Marie Cole
How the BBC Sound Archive began in the 1930s when secretary Marie Slocombe was told to clear out some old recordings by G.B. Shaw, G.K. Chesterton and Winston Churchill, but started collecting them instead. Radio historian Sean Street explores the collection she was largely responsible for creating, the development of her ideas and her personality.
1/2. Rick Braithwaite is a handsome, ex-RAF pilot who gets a job as a teacher in a radical school in postwar London's East End. The students are tough, foul-mouthed and angry but he inspires them as they inspire him. By ER Braithwaite, dramatised by Roy Williams.
Repeated from Sunday
1/3. Experts examine the ethics involved in medical cases. They begin by considering the situation of a man with learning disabilities and no spoken language who has a treatable form of stomach cancer. The panel consider whether he is capable of giving informed consent to treatment and if it is possible for clinicians and ethicists to decide what is in his best interests. Repeated from Wednesday
11/12. Tom Sutcliffe is in the chair with teams from Scotland and the north of England competing in the cryptic quiz show that draws on cultural knowledge and lateral thinking. With Michael Alexander, Alan Taylor, Diana Collecott and Michael Schmidt.
(Repeated from Monday)
8/8. Roger McGough presents listeners' request for poems about harvest time and the challenges of starting school. Rptd from Sunday
3/5. Lady Play. Nikki Amuka-Bird reads this story by Sharon Raizada. Deep down, a woman wants to get back with her ex, but a smooth-talking card-sharp sows seeds of doubt in her mind. Producer Gemma Jenkins
global development and the environment
Confetti for My Grandmother: drama-documentary by John Hegley about his French grandmother
how the monarchy coped in the aftermath of Diana, Princess of Wales's death