With John Humphrys and Sarah Montague.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News
7.48 Thought for the Day With Rhidian Brook. Podcast: the 8.10 interview, lead interviews and BBC Radio Newspod at www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/today
Former US State Department spokesman James Rubin joins host Andrew Marr to discuss the week's cultural agenda. Producer Elaine Lester Shortened repeat at 9.30pm Podcast available at , , www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/factual/starttheweek.shtml
1/5. Mail. Anne Fadiman 's collection of familiar essays", a literary tradition defined by its focus on everyday experiences. In the first story, the author, hovering by her letterbox, argues that a postal delivery is one of the ew "unplanned and unplannable" experiences left to the human race. Read by Teresa Gallagher. Abridged and produced by Kirsteen Cameron. Repeated at 12.30am RT DIRECT: To order At Large and at Small: Confessions of a Literary Hedonist for £11.69 (RRP E12.99) inc p&p, call
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Astronomer Johannes Kepler is appalled when his loud, annoying mother is accused of witchcraft. He has to defend her while trying not to get so wound up that he kills her himself! By Stephen Sharkey. producer Liz Webb
1/5. First Footings. Max is born into the spit-and-sawdust world of the music hall in 1908. The life and times of the influential comedian, written and performed by Tony Lidington.
Guitarist Jake Rodriguez ; Producer/Director David Blount
1/4. Pargeter. Clare Jenkins looks at traditional British trades that are in danger of dying out. Today, she talks to a Suffolk pargeter who is passing on the decorative plaster skill to his son. Producer Clare Jenkins
11/20. Harriet Carker appeals to her brother's better nature. By Charles Dickens , adapted by Mike Walker.
Additional characters played by Ben Crowe.
Judith Jones and Lloyd Thomas Music by Nicolai Abrahamsen Producers/Directors Jessica Dromgoole and Jeremy Mortimer
New series 1/3. Murder on the High Seas In a series following journalists who revisit the stories they had covered earlier, Nick Davies updates his piece about a group of West African stowaways in 1993, a journey that ended in murder. Only one man, Kingsley Ofosu. survived. Nick travels to Accra to meet Kingsley again and hear how he has fared. Producer Tony Phillips
4/10. Iran: behind the Veil. The story of 22-year-old Leila from Tehran. told in her own words. Sold into prostitution by her mother when she was nine she was sentenced to death at 18. Repeated from Thursday
6/10. Maisie has taken a shine to John Astley , the local circus owner's son. Jenny Coverack reads Tracy Chevalier 's new novel set in late-18th-century London. Abridged by Jane Greenwood. Producer Viv Beeby
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