With John Humphrys and Edward Stourton.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Robert Orchard and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day With the Rev Roy Jenkins.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament Editor of Today Ceri Thomas
5/5. Michael's nine months at Le Cordon Bleu are nearly over but he still has to face his toughest test yet - the Superior Cuisine exam. Can he trust the appointed kitchen assistant - his nemesis, Paul? For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Sarfraz Manzoor travels to the University of Mississippi, scene of rioting and death when the first black student registered there more than 40 Years ago, and Howard University in Washington DC, an elite and historically black university. There he talks to students
Who have opted for a segregated system of education and examines the case for and against. Producer Alan Hall See panel
4/4. Another murder has struck Three Gables, which means the case against
Brenda and Laurence falls apart.
Agatha Christie 's story is adapted by Joy Wilkinson.
Producer/Director Sam Hoyle
Roger Bolton digs in the mailbag for BBC radio listeners' comments.
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6/6 Unusual Christening Cake. The cake club prepares for the christening of Chrissie's baby, but Tess and Maggie are struggling with their secrets.
Nicola Baldwin 's drama concludes the culinary series. Producer Abigaille Fleming
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5/5 Mrs Somerville's Garden. Everyone in Mrs Somerville's family has an opinion on how she should move on from family home to sheltered accommodation. Her own view on the matter is surprising.
Crysse Morrison 's story is read by Alison Reid. For details see Monday
5/5 My Words. Plagiarism has become a nightmare for teachers, publishers and journalists. Whether you're a GCSE student or a high-profile writer, it is far too easy to copy text from a website and embarrassingly easy to be found out. Chris Ledgard concludes his reports on the protection of intellectual property. For details see Monday
Peggy shows some fighting spirit.
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When his personal details are accidentally leaked, a prolific sperm donor finds that his offspring are all too keen to get in touch with their previously anonymous father. But how can he relate to these children that he never knew? All 164 of them! By Colin Hough.
Additional characters played by Finlay McLean , Grant O'Rourke , Lucy Paterson and Anita Vettesse Producer/Director David Jackson Young
5/5. Delia. Della hasn't spoken to her next-door neighbour in decades but when she realises that he is going blind, she tentatively re-establishes contact. Anne Enright 's story is read by Kate Binchy. For details see Monday
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