From the church of St John the Baptist in Burford,Oxfordshire.
Repeated from yesterday at7pm
The Extraordinary Mary Ward.
Mike Wooldridge explores the life and legacy of Yorkshire nun Mary Ward , who founded the Loreto Sisters 400 years ago and redefined religious life for women. Producer Eley McAinsh Repeated at 11.30pm
3/4. Great Bustards. The great bustard vanished from the British countryside a long time ago, but a re-introduction programme from a captive-born stock of birds might change that. Lionel Kelleway learns that the first chicks were born in the wild this year. Producer Julian Hector
Religious and ethical news, with Roger Bolton. Series producer Amanda Hancox
Gary O'Donoghue appeals on behalf or ClearVision. Producer Sally Flatman
Repeated at 9.26pm and on Thursday at 3.27pm
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The Rev Teddy Kalongo leads the morning service from Trinity Methodist Church in Penarth, South Wales. The preacher is me Rev Dr Stephen Wigley. Producer Sian Baker
Presented by Stephen Evans. Editor Joanna Carr
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2/5. Sue MacGregor is joined by Michael Buerk , Claire Bertschinger , Hugh Goyaer ,
Dawit Wolde Giorgis and Brian Barder to recall the events of the 1984 Ethiopian famine international relief effort.
Producer Christina Captieux Repeated on Friday at 9am
5/10. Paul Merton and Sue Perkins are among the contestants in an edition from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Chaired by Nicholas Parsons. Repeated from Monday
Chefs' Choice. In the last of four summer specials, chef Raymond Blanc explains how a trip to Thailand led to his culinary love affair with lemongrass.
Producer Dan Saladino Repeated tomorrow at 4pm
Presented by Shaun Ley. Editor Jamie Angus
The Garden Room Girls are so called because they occupy the room at Downing Street that looks out onto the Prime Minister's garden. Some of this elite band of secretaries who've worked at Number Ten in the last 50 years reveal the untold stories of their life and work to Naomi Grimley. Former prime minister Tony Blair discloses how the PM's office could not function without them. Producer Alicia Trujillo
England v Australia
Commentary by Jonathan Agnew and Jim Maxwell on the first fixture of the two-match series at Old Trafford. With analysis by Phil Tuf nell and Jeff Thomson.
Producer Adam Mountford 'approximate times Commentary also on 5 Live Sports Extra at 2pm
Anne Swithinbank , Bob Flowerdew and Pippa Greenwood answer questions from gardeners in Hertfordshire. Eric Robson is in the chair. Including at approximately 2.40 Gardening Weather Forecast. Rptd from Friday
4/5. The Astronomers. Peter Curran meets the astronomers at Jodrell Bank Observatory, who are facing a move to Manchester University. Producer Anna Buckley
2/2. Viviette and Swithin have married in secret, but chance and convention conspire against them and painful sacrifices have to be made. Thomas Hardy 's Wessex novel of two star-crossed lovers is dramatised by Jon Sen. LadyConstantine Maggie O'Neill Producer/Director Stefan Escreet Rptd on Saturday at 9pm
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Nick Hornby talks to Alex Clark about his new novel Juliet, Naked, and explains his fascination with obsessional music fans. Fay Weldon and Henry Porter discuss the pros and cons of setting a novel in the near future. Producer Thomas Morris Repeated on Thursday at 4pm
4.30 In Search of the Wantley Dragon The poet Ian McMillan goes on a quest to find the legendary creature featured in a bawdy 17th-century comic poem. On the way he uncovers violent disputes, a knight clad in locally made armour, pantomimes and operettas. Producer Russell Crewe Repeated on Saturday at 11.30pm
Who are the people that reporters consult when there is a crisis in their areas? Kwame Kwei-Armah meets leaders of the Muslim and Afro-Caribbean communities in Birmingham. Repeated from Tuesday
Repeated from yesterday at 7pm
Miriam O'Reilly makes her selection from the past seven days of BBC radio. Producer Cecile Wright
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Wayne earns a crust in the kitchens.
For cast see Friday Repeated tomorrow at 2pm Ambridge diary: pages 118-119
Matt Frei hosts an insider's guide to the US. Producer Richard Fenton-Smith
4/5. The Crumbling Wall. Max's alter ego Professor Wallofski makes an appearance, dressed in a "ridiculous bald wig, indecent tights, green waistcoat and big shoes".
Written and performed by Tony Lidington. Producer/Director David Blount
4/6. Tim Harford gets behind more numbers in the news. Repeated from Friday
6/6. The Long Walt for a Law. John Waite asks why the Government is only now consulting on new legislation to protect the elderly from unscrupulous landlords in the mobile home industry. Repeated from Thursday
Mark D'Arcy previews the week in politics.
Sadiq Khan recalls the careers of Britain's first Asian MPs, elected in the 1890s. Editor of The Westminster Hour
Terry Dignan Britain 's WhiteHouse is repeated on Wednesday at 8.45pm
With Laurie Taylor. Repeated from Wednesday