With John Humphrys and Justin Webb.
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 Richard Harries.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament Editor of Today Ceri Thomas
5/5. Clive James makes a programme out of his attempts to learn to drive - tutored by Stirling Moss , and makes a Postcard in Rome where he only just escapes the advances of Leonard Bernstein. Repeated at 12.30am for details see Monday See also 8.50pm
2/2. Terry Nutkins recalls the extraordinary story of his life with the mercurial author of Ring of Bright Water, Gavin Maxwell. After the publication of the book, things started to go wrong. Maxwell entered into a marriage, even though he was homosexual; the otters began a series of savage attacks and a fire devastated Sandaig House. Producer Karen Gregor
5/6. In Praise of Love. The appearance of Brunswick's old flame, Doris, as a contestant in a beauty pageant, throws the sergeant into an emotional turmoil. Which is why he doesn't notice that the South East's big-shot criminals are all converging on Brighton. Comedy by Lynne Truss.
Producer Karen Rose
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Roger Bolton presents listeners' comments, criticisms and praise on the last seven days of BBC radio.
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Based on real events around the 9/11 terrorist attacks, this romantic comedy is a story of ordinary people in a remarkable community, and the healing and affection they inspired in the face of tragedy. Written by David and Caroline Stafford.
Director Marc Beeby
John Cushnie , Bunny Guinness and Matthew Biggs are guests of the Aileymill Primary
Group in Greenock, Scotland. Peter Gibbs is in the chair. Plus Matthew Wilson 's advice on how to achieve multicoloured autumnal brilliance to your garden. Including at
20/30. Widowers. Amanda Vickery examines two unusual sets of diaries she found in Lincoln that reveal the stories of two different widowers and their desperate search for a new wife. For details see Monday
5/9. Rory Bremner, Jeremy Hardy and Francis Wheen are the panellists milking the news of its comedy quotient. Sandi Toksvig fires the questions and awards the points.
(Repeated tomorrow at 12.30pm)
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The truth comes out for Matt and Lilian.
Writer Tim Stimpson ; Director Steven Canny Editor Vanessa Whitburn
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This week's panellists are the former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith , Conservative MP Nadine Dorries , political commentator
Anthony Howard , and writer and presenter of the Radio 4 series 1989: Day-by-Day, John Tusa. Jonathan Dimbleby chairs the topical debate from Burgess Hill , West Sussex.
Producer Victoria Wakely Repeated tomorrow at 1.10pm
4/6. Omnibus edition. Amanda Vickery draws on first-hand accounts from letters and diaries as she continues to explore the hidden history of home life. She examines the lives of people who had no family or house of their own. Producer Elizabeth Burke
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