With Sarah Montague and Edward Stourton.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Susan Hulme and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With Indarjit Singh.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
3/5. Matthew's Tank When Matthew Kiln inherited some money from his father, ne bought a Second World War British army tank and spent £12,000 restoring it. He then took it to Normandy and left it there in a square named after his dad as a fitting memorial. Presented by James Maw. Producer Neil George
A tour of Frankie Howerd 's beautiful house in Somerset, which has been opened to raise money for charity. Peppered with clips from the archive, this programme is presented by June Whitf ield. Producer Angela Sherwin
On the day before Whitehaven in Cumbria becomes the first place to switch to digital TV, listeners are invited to air their views. With John Waite and Peter White.
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2/3 La Clemenza di Tito. Huw Edwards examines the historical context of Mozart s opera, composed to mark the coronation of Emperor Leopold II as king of Bohemia.
Producer Kerry Clark Repeated on Saturday at 3.30pm
Daniel turns to beer, Nietzsche and coaching the school football team when his partner leaves him. Then Tanya teaches him to drive.
A witty new Swedish play by Martin Jonois , translated by Angel Adegren.
Conrad Parvez Qadir producer Polly Thomas
Vanessa CollSidgl and the team follow up more listeners' historical questions. Producer Nick Patrick
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27/30 Dissent. How did music in the 1960s and 70s express political dissent? Composer Hans Werner Henze used his music to communicate his loathing of fascism while Henryk Gorecki found a musical voice to fire up a spiritual renewal in Eastern Europe. For further details see yesterday
2/6 The spoof phone-in show continues, hosted by Gary Bellamy (Rhys Thomas ). Starring Rhys Thomas , with Amelia Bullmore , Simon Day , Felix Dexter , Charlie Higson , Lucy Montgomery and Paul Whitehouse.
Producers Charlie Higson and Paul Whitehouse
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2/10. It's 1867 in small-town Canada and Mrs Ross 's son has been missing since the day she discovered the murdered body of her neighbour. By Stef Penney.
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5/10. Billions of pounds are allocated for regeneration projects in the UK.
Gerry Northam questions whether the Government keeps proper track of how this money is spent.
Producer Samantha Fenwick Repeated on Sunday at 5pm
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2/5. After leaving his old tutor, Oliver takes a late-night stroll around Cambridge, but he can't shake off the feeling of unease he has about the Venetian painting. By Susan Hill.
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