With Evan Davis and Sarah Montague.
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 Oliver McTernan.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
The Enclosures of the 18th Century. Melvyn Bragg and his guests Murray Pittock and Rosemary Sweet discuss a revolution in land holding that dispossessed many, enriched few but made the Industrial Revolution possible. Producer James Cook Shortened repeat at9.30pm
As BBC Young Musician of the Year celebrates its 30th year, the 2006 winner Mark Simpson talks to previous winners to find out how they coped with the expectations and celebrity that came with success, and to discover whether youthful ambitions were fulfilled. Producer Paul Evans Past masters: page 27
Thomas Chatterton - the poster-boy of the Romantics - was a neglected genius who committed suicide in his Holborn attic in 1770. "Nonsense!" says Jeremy Allington, a testy, alcohol-guzzling literary historian who sets out to prove received wisdom entirely wrong. In his first play for Radio 4, Peter Ackroyd weaves together the earthy, ribald 18th-century and 21st-century academia.
Stewart Henderson takes listeners intriguing questions from everyday life. Producer Kevin Dawson
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4/5 The Smiling Shepherd. "In February, Giovanni the shepherd begins to move his flock of sheep and goats back to the high mountain pastures." Julia Blackburn continues to read her stories of life and survival in Liguria, northern Italy, where she has made her home. For details see Monday
4/5 Continuing his survey of the more unusual professions Joe Oueenan looks at personal trainers and personal organisers, and the New Yorker who had a brilliant idea: naked yoga lessons. For details see Monday
5/6. Richard Herring and Will Smith are among the guests this week on the panel show, hosted by Andrew Collins , in which they choose their definitive top threes in any given Subject. Producer Alison Carpenter
9/10. Penrose has discovered a link between Elspeth and Bernard. What he has yet to find out is the identity of the murderer. Then vital information comes from a very unexpected source. By Nicola Upson.
For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
From St Martin-in-the-Fields, London. The Rev Dr Giles Fraser reflects on Jesus's challenge to the Church to be
His body on Earth. Led by the Rev Nicholas Holtam , with the BBC Daily Service Singers, the Pilgrim Consort and the Choir of St Martin-in-the-Fields, directed by Marcus Farnsworth. Producer Stephen Shipley
New series 1/6. Greening "The Building" Tom Heap asks whether the construction industry has either the skills or the motivation to meet the Government's target for all new homes to measure up to a zero-carbon standard by 2016. Even when builders try to live up to high environmental standards, they struggle to put theory into practice.
Producer Steve Peacock Repeated tomorrow at 3pm
5/6. Garry Richardson anchors the topical show where sport meets comedy - like clowns playing squash! With
Laurence Howarth , Katherine Jakeways , Dave Lamb , Richie Webb , Mark Evans and special guests. Repeated from yesterday at 6.30pm
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