4/11. Fishermen and conservationists have fought a long-running battle over the wildlife-rich waters of the Firth of Lome on the west coast of Scotland. Helen Mark reports on new peace proposals. Producer Alasdair Cross Rptd on Thursday at 3pm
New series. 1/3. A Thousand Flowers Broadcaster Paul Jackson charts the rise of independent TV producers, from the isolated minnows of the early 1980s to the global giants of today. He begins by looking at how the birth of Channel 4 spawned a whole new sector Contributors include David Frost , Jimmy Mulvine and Peter Bazalgette. producer Paul Kobrak Radio features: pages 112-113
Sussex Sharks v Hampshire Hawks Commentary on the Friends Provident
Trophy final at Lord's, by Christopher Martin -Jenkins, Simon Mann and Kevin Howells.
Producer Adam Mountford *approximate times Commentary also on 5 Live Sports Extra at 10.30am
Dispatches from the BBC's foreign correspondents. Presented by Kate Adie. Producer Tony Grant RT DIRECT- More From Our Own Correspondent is available for Â£8 54 (RRP Â£8.99) inc p&p. Call [number removed] (national rate) quoting RT. or visit [web address removed]
Paul Lewis and guests discuss savings and investments, and ask how people are coping with low interest rates and returns. producer Richard Vadon Repeated on Wednesday at 3pm
12.30 The Now Show
5/8 Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis present a satirical look through the week's news, with help from Marcus Brigstocke , Mitch Benn , Jon Holmes and Laura Shavin. Repeated from yesterday
1.10 Any Questions? Columnist Peter Hitchens and campaigner Peter Tatchell are on the panel at Verwood in Dorset. Chaired by Jonathan Dimbleby. Rptd from yesterday
2.00 Any Answers? Jonathan Dimbleby takes listeners' calls and emails in response to Any Questions? producer Victoria Wakely PHONE: [number removed] Lines open from 12.30pm EMAIL: any.answersiSbbc.co.uk
When a London lawyer studies the last will of his old friend Dr Jekyll, his suspicions are aroused. Why has upright, respectable Dr Jekyll left everything to the sinister Edward Hyde ? Robert Louis Stevenson 's classic Victorian gothic horror story. Dramatised by Yvonne Antrobus. Producer/Director Claire Grove
Long before mp3 players and downloads, there were small manuscript tune-books. Tim van Eyken, singer and squeezebox player, reveals how today's musicians are rediscovering these books and sharing them online. Now, all over the world, people are playing these tunes once again. Repeated from Tuesday
New series. 1/9. Eddie Mair presents an interactive debate, welcoming listeners' comments to build the format and supply the programme's subject matter. Editor Joanna Carr [web address removed]; email: [email address removed]
Clive Anderson is joined by actor Gary Stretch and former cabinet minister Jonathan Aitken. Gideon Coe digs in to the Daily Mail diaries with Bridget Christie. Comedy from Sarah Millican and music from Oi Va Voi. Producer Cathie Mahoney
nTV screenwriter and author Kay Mellor explores how varieties of northern English masculinity are portrayed in British film and TV. She discovers that the disintegration of traditional stereotypes in fiction has led to more diverse explorations in TV shows such as Coronation Street, Keeping Up Appearances, Shameless, Queer as Folk and The Street.
Producer Sally Harrison Shortened rpt on Monday at 3pm
3/3. The deadly game of deceit and betrayal reaches its climax. Robert Forrest 's dramatisation of John le Carre 's novel.
Repeated from bunaay
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. Repeated from Wednesday
1/5. Love with Impediments. A futuristic story of consumerism gone mad - and bad. Written and read by Hari Kunzru , the first of five stories giving a taste of the literature festival. Producer Mary Ward-Lowery
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