With Evan Davis and James Naughtie.
6.25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Sean Curran and David Wiiby. 7-48 Thought for the Day
With the Rev Dr David Wilkinson.
8.31 L W only Yesterday in Parliament
4/5. Pauline is now separated from her husband, and her lifestyle and the loss of her son begin to take their toll on her health. However, it is now her turn to support her brother, who, following hard times, is forced to abdicate and accept in lieu the island of Elba, where he is given the title of Emperor. Written by Flora Fraser and read by Diana Quick. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
Miriam Margolyes presents a documentary that profiles the career of Canadian voiceover artist Bill Mitchell. Famous for his film, beer and denim adverts, he led an excessive lifestyle in order to preserve his trademark gravelly voice, and remains known as one of the greats of the industry. With contributions from family, friends and colleagues, including Amanda McAllister , Zoot Money and Kenny Clayton. Producer Paul Hardy Radio features: pages 118-119
3/7. Trivia. What turns a fact into knowledge? Dominic Arkwright debates elitism in education with Mark Mason (author of The Importance of Being Trivial), Kathryn Hughes and Francis Gilbert.
Producer Miles Warde Repeated on Monday at 11pm
In an old warehouse by the River Clyde, Paul and Mhairi Blaze have built a successful design company. But as the downturn bites they need more than grand designs to save their business - and their relationship. By David Ian Neville.
Producer/Director Kirsty Williams
3/3. Hot Air Rises. Having excelled as a cult-buster, what becomes of Matt Harvey s creation, the reconstructed male known as Empath Man , when he falls into the clutches of his nemesis, the dangerously charming Scorpio Rising? For details see Tuesday
74/90. Vietnam - Peace with Honour? America wakes up to its involvement in South East Asia and Nixon pulls out the troops as public sentiment turns against the war. Written and presented by David Reynolds. For details see Monday
Jonathan Agnew and Arlo White provide commentary on the first semi-final, held at Trent Bridge With analysis from Phil Tufnell. Producer Steve Houghton 'approximate times Commentary also on 5 Live Sports Extra from 5.15pm
6/6. Yankee Diddle. The cipher-busting team at Bletchley Park decide that a wealthy - and gullible - American visitor is a ripe target for fleecing. Second World War sitcom by James Cary. Producer Adam Bromley
1/4. Around Europe the age of criminal responsibility ranges from 12 to 18 years old, but in England, Wales and Northern Ireland children as young as ten can be prosecuted. Is criminalising young people at such an early age the best response to child crime? Clive Coleman sifts the evidence. Repeated from Tuesday at 4pm
5/8. Geoff Watts investigates the science of seasonality in plants, animals and humans. He explores how the changes in weather affect the living world. For example, creatures in Antarctica employ chemical tricks to slow their body processes as they enter hibernation. Producer Martin Redfern
9/70. Emma and Dexter have caved in to the desire to be together, and while ostensibly maintaining separate flats they're living at Dexter's old bachelor pad, trying for a baby and house-hunting. The pressure is on. By David Nicholls. For details see Monday
1/2. Astonishing Archie. When two brothers get together to plan the funeral of an old friend, the choice of music is a bone of contention. Will it be Sinatra or Presley? A generation and a whole philosophy of popular music separates the brothers. Written by and starring Bill Paterson , featuring Stanley Baxter.
Producer/Director Marilyn Imrie
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