With Sarah Montague and James Naughtie.
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 Professor Mona Siddiqui.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
3/5. Pauline returns to Paris a widow, but it's not long before she finds herself another husband They travel to Rome, where she suffers an unbearable loss that will turn her life around. By Flora Fraser. Reader Diana Quick. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Led by the Rev Sharon Grenham-Toze . Take Up Thy Cross, the Saviour Said (Breslau). 1 Timothy 6, vv6-11. He That Is Down Need Fear No Fall (Vaughan Williams). I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say (Kingsfold).
3/3. For the job seekers who have experienced a tough time in the last few months, realistic expectations are set against hopes for better times to come. Will they finally find a job? Liz Barclay finds out. For details see Monday
London 1931: Gandhi and Chaplin meet in the East End - but the real cultural exchange is taking place between Anil and Emily, members of their respective entourages. By Matthew Coombes.
Producer/Director Gaynor Macfarlane IK)
2/3. From Court to Cult. Matt Harvey s answer to Superman, aka the Skinless Wonder, finds that springing the police chief's daughter from a dodgy organisation is not Without its trials. For details see yesterday
73/90. 1968 - Paralysis of a President
Domestic tensions and the Vietnam War throw the Johnson administration into a tailspin, opening the door for radical movements and a conservative backlash. For details see Monday
1/2. Andrew McGibbon speaks to the people who inspired worked for or employed well-known artists before they became famous. This first programme focuses on John Bassett , who was at Oxford University in the 1950s, and invited Dudley Moore to join his newly formed big band, The Bassett Hounds.
Dudley's comedic talents quickly blossomed and led to John introducing Dudley to three other up-and-coming talents: Jonathan Miller , Peter Cook and Alan Bennett.
Producers Andrew McGibbon and Nick Romero (K)
3/8. Michael Buerk chairs a debate in which Claire Fox , Melanie Phillips , Clifford Longley and Michael Portillo cross-examine expert witnesses on the moral issues behind the week's news. Producer Phil Pequm
1/2. In an examination of how politicians at the dawn of mass democracy adapted to using new media, Anne Perkins looks at how prime ministers Stanley Baldwin and Neville Chamberlain coped, and reveals how the first spin doctor crafted the Conservative leaders' images to appeal to a new mass electorate. Producer Giles Edwards Rptd from Sunday at 10.45pm
As a teenager, James Aldred tried to climb a giant redwood with ropes, but fear prevented him getting further than the first branch. Now a professional tree climber, he returns to the tree affectionately called
Goliath, rigs up a hammock part-way up and spends the night there. The next day he makes his way to the very top to experience a magical moment. During his ascent, leading tree expert Tony Russell offers an insight into the history of giant redwoods. Producer Sarah Blunt
8/10. Dexter, now married to Sylvie, and Emma, who's quietly becoming a success in the world of children's fiction, are back in touch, but their worlds are miles apart. By David Nicholls. Fordetails see Monday
2/6. Nat Segnit has always been fascinated by people who sit alone in carriages, so he decides to talk to some of them. Nat asks strange men about their faith and beliefs. Comedy by Nat Segnit and Stewart Wright. Producer Steven Canny
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