1/2. The programme that questions journalists about the decisions they make regarding news stories addresses the coverage of Princes William and Harry. Steve Hewlett and his guests debate in particular the reporting of the Princes' military careers.
Producer Sarah Taylor Shortened repeat at 9.30pm
1/5. A family photograph is the starting point for memories of the author's turbulent early life. Janice Galloway reads her account of her upbringing in Ayrshire in the1950s. Abridged by Sian Preece. Producer Eilidh McCreadie Repeated at 12.30am RT DIRECT: To order This Is Not About Me, by Janice Gallowayfor F1529 (RRP E16.99) inc p&p, call [number removed] (calls from landlines cost no more than 8p per minute) quoting RT. or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
1/2. Scottish devolution and the promise of an independence referendum has renewed attention to the Border area. Hardeep Singh Kohli tells the story of the Borders, beginning at the easternmost point north of Berwickupon-Tweed. He meets those who live and work on both sides - walkers, politicians, and football supporters - to explore the history, the countryside, the cooking and the different points of View. Producer Richard Bannerman
4/5. Give a Dog a Good Name. George helps the newly promoted DI Crawford trap a particularly vicious criminal. By Ted Willis , adapted by Sue Rodwell.
Producer Viv Beeby
Gordon's hatred of noise is threatening his marriage. But will his attempts to foist silence on the world just make matters worse? Another great comic obsessive from David Nobbs.
Director Peter Kavanagh
1/5. Will You Love Me Tomorrow? A brief encounter at a party leads to a date and the first awkward kiss, followed by the agony of waiting for the all-important next phone call. Kathryn Simmonds s offbeat love story is read by Isabel Brook
Producers Hilary Field and Christine Hall
6/30 Faith and Freedom in New England David Reynolds 's history of America continues with a look at how the Puritan founders of New England sowed the seeds of modern democracy. Producer sue Ellis
RT DIRECT:To order the CD America, Empire of Liberty, volume 1 for £17.50 (RRP £25.00) inc p&p, call
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9/10 Nicholas Parsons hosts from the Opera House, Manchester, where the panellists are Paul Merton , Tony Hawks,
Shappi Khorsandi and Ian McMillan.
Producer TilushaGhelani Repeated on Sunday at 12.04pm RT DIRECT: To order Just a Minute: the Best of 2007 CD for £10.39 (RRP £12.99) inc p&p, call [number removed] (calls from landlines cost no more than 8p per minute) quoting RTD262, or visit www.bbcshop.com
1/5. Johna. The first of five monologues by Richard Monks exploring the effects of the Cumbrian train crash of 2007. A year on, residents tell how the disaster affected their lives. Today's story is told by local farmer, Johna (Gerard McDermott ).
Producer Marc Beeby Repeated from 10.45am
Using picture postcards sent 100 years ago, Robert Elms celebrates the wonders of the 1908 Franco-British Exhibition in west London. He learns about the Flip Flap, the snake-charmers and the elephants that tumbled down WOOden Slides. Producer Tom Jackson
11/11. Northern Uganda. Callum Macrae returns to Uganda to investigate the West's interest in the conflict in the northern part of the country, one of Africa's longest and most brutal civil wars. Repeated from Thursday
2/2. People suffering stress or depression are vulnerable to a higher incidence of inflammatory ailments. Claudia Hammond examines how research is offering new insights into the relationship between mind and body and how interventions such as diet and exercise are proving very effective. Producer Adrian Washbourne
1/10. Manda confronts her stalker on a lonely mountainside in Scotland. Sally Hinchcliffe's psychological thriller is read by Nicola Walker. Producer Karen Rose
RT DIRECT: To order Out ofa a Clear Sky for £11.69
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8/9. Countess Natasha and the Red Menace Prime Minister Macmillan is on the show the same week as it is infiltrated by a spy.
Christopher William Hill 's story about the struggles of a producer in 1962 to make a radio soap set in 2008 continues.
Producer Liz Webb
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