With Sarah Montague and Edward Stourton.
6.25,7.25,8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Sean Curran and David Wilby.
7.48 Thought for the Day
With the Rt Rev James Jones.
8.31 L W only Yesterday in Parliament
3/5. Arshad recounts the unsettling memory of an armed attack by militants who targeted his family home. Justine Hardy tells the story of the ordinary people who have lived through the 20-year-old Kashmir conflict. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am
2/4. T Dan Smith. T Dan Smith was a political megastar of the 1960s. As Labour leader of Newcastle City Council he had plans to turn the city into the "Brasilia of the North", through slum clearance, inner-city motorways and exciting new industries. But in 1974 he was jailed for corruption along with architect John Poulson. If he was such a crook, why do so many people in the North East still cherish his memory? Producer Jolyon Jenkins
3/6. The Father, the Lover, the Dead Friend and her Mother. It's Edinburgh, it's autumn. An unplanned dinner party sets the scene for some serious seduction tactics, Hector's secret is finally revealed, and there's nothing cool about Caroline's temper. By Hilary Lyon.
Producer Gordon Kennedy ; Director Marilyn Imrie
In the settlement of Ait. a young girl is upsetting normal life with her claims of second sight. Psychologist Alice Pyper arrives with tried-and-tested solutions but finds that what works elsewhere is dangerously ineffectual in Ait. By Michael Butt.
Producer/Director John Taylor
2/3. Scott Hardy 's Oueensway Sessions A photographer is obsessed with the music of Scott Hardy , the only recordings of whom exist on the internet - until he clandestinely tapes the musician at a private session. Even with Hardy's death, Reuben never admits the existence of his bootleg, until an email from another collector starts to unravel the mystery of his hero's death. Written and read by Matt Thorne. For details see yesterday
1/10. Mark Porter begins the series with a look at how to improve communication between doctors and patients. Some doctors have excellent bedside manners and can deliver bad news with compassion and empathy. But there are many others who lack this basic skill. How can this be improved? Repeated from yesterday at 9pm
Stand-up comedy recorded at this year's Latitude festival at Henham Park near
Southwold in Suffolk. American comedian and actress Janeane Garofalo ,
Stephen K Amos , Rob Rouse , and Rob Deering join host Adam Hills. Producer Paul Russell
3/10. Skeeter pursues her potentially explosive idea for a book about the daily lives of black maids in Jackson. But will anyone agree to be interviewed? By Kathryn Stockett. For cast and details see Monday Repeated from 10.45am
8/8. Michael Buerk chairs a debate in which Michael Portillo , Melanie Phillips ,
Clifford Longley and Matthew Taylor cross-examine expert witnesses on the moral issues behind the week's news.
Producer Phil Pequm Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm
2/2. Who makes the decision to wake up political leaders to tell them bad news?
Former chief of staff Jonathan Powell talks to his then boss Tony Blair about the night the news came through from Paris that Diana, Princess of Wales, had been killed.
Producer David Stenhouse Rptd from Sunday at 10.45pm
2/3. Naturalist Paul Evans travels to Maine, New England, to meet David Evers , a conservation biologist who has spent his life studying the loon - known in the UK as the great northern diver.
Producers Paul Evans and Julian Hector
2/5. Simon Mayo hosts a comedy show that pits the comic generations against each other to find out which is the funniest, with captains Jon Richardson , Lucy Porter and Roy Walker. Producers Ashley Blaker and Bill Matthews
1/3. From Engels to Oasis. Almost two thirds of Britons are bound to the identity of the working class, despite dramatically fewer traditional occupations. Sarfraz Manzoor focuses on the history and signifiers of class in Manchester, with contributions by Hazel Blears MP and author Andrew Davies.
Continues tomorrow. Producer Alan Hall
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