With Father Tim Bartlett.
4/5. Gregg Wallace visits the Plymouth Pannier market. Destroyed in 1941 and rebuilt after the war it is a testament to the locals' determination to keep the market going. Producer Neil George
Exploring rural life around the UK.
Producer Sandra Sykes Repeated on Thursday at 1.30pm
With Miriam O'Reilly. Producer Sarah Swadling
With James Naughtie and Edward Stourton . 6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rev Rob Marshall.
Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow and poet Lemn Sissay join Fi Glover on the weekend entertainment Show. Producer Torquil MacLeod
Sandi Toksvig on the adventures, frustrations and joys Of travel. Producer Harry Parker
J Comic Julian Clary , well-known for his own brand of sexual humour, celebrates the use of the double entendre in 1920s and 1930s blues music. Producer Paul Slade Spoken word choices: page 121
Dennis Sewell hosts a political discussion 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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Podcast available at news.bbc.co.uk/l/hi/ programmes/from_our_own_correspondent
The latest from the world of personal finance, presented by Paul Lewis.
Producer Lesley McAlpine Repeated tomorrow at 9pm
5/6. 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
Eddie Mair chairs the topical discussion in Dunfermline, Fife. Panellists include the Times columnist and former editor of The Scotsman Magnus Linklater , and children's author Katie Grant. Repeated from yesterday
Eddie Mair takes listeners' calls and emails in response to Any Questions? Producer Lisa Jenkinson
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By Robin Glendinning. As the results swing against Churchill and unexpectedly toward Labour during the 1945 general election count, a bout of political infighting breaks out. Herbert Morrison tries to unseat his boss Clement Attlee when the Party scents victory, and an unlikely leader emerges to steer Great Britain toward socialism.
Producer/Director Jeremy Howe
The Home Service:
1/2. Martha Reeves (of the Vandellas) charts black America's Vietnam, told through soul music. With recordings - some consciousness-raising, some explicitly critical - made by key artists in the history of the genre, and featuring stinging archive comment and recollection. Repeated from Tuesday
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With Ritula Shah.
John Waite looks at the dangers faced by interpreters who work for British and US forces in Iraq. Producer Karen Pirie
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
Repeated tomorrow at 5.45am and 5.40pm
Tom Sutcliffe and guests review the cultural highlights of the week. Producer Philippa Ritchie
Kit Hesketh-Harvey examines the friendship and rivalry that developed between iconic British entertainers Ivor Novello and Noël
Coward. He chronicles their first meeting in 1917, when an unknown Coward aspired to achieving Novello's level of fame, and friends and colleagues provide anecdotes about their intertwined careers. Producer cathMcGhee
1/2. Two sisters are caught up in political revolt and a charge of infanticide in Sir Walter Scott 's novel, dramatised by the actress Gerda Stevenson. Edinburgh, 1737: the mob breaks into the Tolbooth Prison where young Effie Deans awaits trial. Repeated from Sunday
3/3. This medical ethics debate is based on the real-life case of an unconscious man who was a victim of the 2005 London bombings and the health-care worker who injured herself with a needle while treating him and now demands he have an HIV test. The panel debate the rights of the unconscious patient versus the rights of those of his health-care worker. Presented by Vivienne Parry. Repeated from Wednesday
1/17. Peter Snow chairs the nationwide general knowledge quiz. Repeated from Monday For free tickets to attend the recording of this show, call [number removed] or visit www.bbc.co.uk/tickets
1/4. The John Harris Society.
Judith Palmer meets a dedicated group of fans of the 19th-century Cornish miner-cum-poet John Harris. Repeated from Sunday
5/5. Tango. Susan Jameson reads this story by Caroline Sutton , in which a serial hobbyist takes up dance lessons and sets his sights on Buenos Aires. Producer Joanne Reardon
The stories behind global headlines
Global development and the environment
Hattie Naylor's adaptation of the science-fiction classic (1/2)