With Sarah Montague and Justin Webb. 6-25, 7.25, 8.25 Sports News
6.45 Yesterday in Parliament
With Sean Curran and Robert Orchard. 748 Thought for the Day
With the Rt Rev Richard Harries.
8.31 Yesterday in Parliament
South Africa v England
The second day's play in the First Test.
For commentators see yesterday 'approximate times Commentary also on 5 Live Sports Extra at 8.15am See Daily Service at 9.45
3/3. BBC world affairs editor John Simpson revisits Bucharest to assess the situation in Romania since he witnessed the overthrow of the Ceausescu regime 20 years ago. Producer Sue Ellis Repeated at 9.30pm
Dear Granny Smith
4/5. The end of the team talk and the beginning of new-fangled machinery. Philip Jackson reads an account by Roy Mayall , a working postman writing under a pseudonym. For details see Monday Repeated at 12.30am RT DIRECT: Dear Granny Smith is available for £4.74 (RRP £4.99) inc p&p. Call [number removed] (national rate) quoting RT. or visit rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
5/9. In the city of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, gangs run the prisons and ruthless militias control many shanty towns. Lucy Ash asks whether the authorities can end the rule of gangs, guns and greed. Producer Lucy Ash Repeated on Monday at 8.30pm
John Waite investigates the work of the Vatican Secret Archives laboratory, one of the world's most technologically advanced conservation labs. He asks why the Vatican undertakes this task, what types of documents are in the Archives and who has access to them. Producers Neil Gardner and Paul Kent
7/7 How's My Driving? Dominic Arkwright meets entrepreneur Alison Larkman , broadcaster Chris Serle and actor Patrick Field to write about and discuss driving in the 21st century. Producer Christine Hall
Rumpole and the Reign of Terror
1/2. Truth Makes All Things Plain If one man can be counted on to fight injustice and insist on a fair trial for all, it is Horace Rumpole. So when the beautiful Tiffany Khan learns that her husband has been arrested on suspicion of terrorism, she calls for his help right away. By John Mortimer. Concludes tomorrow. Ramnaton Director Marilyn Imrie ; Producer Catherine Bailey
Dr Mahmood Khan:
Mrs Justice Templett:
3/3. Wood. A late afternoon in a snowy wood and a casual, careless slip are all it takes.... The story of a marriage and a moment in time when what was lost is regained. Barbara Barnes reads the story by Alice Munro. For details see Tuesday
2/4. The Global Economy. AndyZaltzman applies his comic logic to banking, corporate fraud and the credit crunch. Where did it all go wrong? Featuring Rory Bremner. Bridget Christie , Lucy Montgomery and Kim Wall. Producer Richard Grocock
4/5. Tim has been offered immunity from prosecution by the FSA, but it soon becomes clear that the real subject of their investigations is Tim's father, a billionaire banker living in Hong Kong. By Mike Walker. For cast and details see Monday Rptd from 10.45am
Stephen Webster continues to explore how scientists' personal, psychological and intellectual qualities are reflected in their work. He meets Clare Lloyd, a professor of Respiratory Immunology at Imperial College London, who explains how she provides her research team with a productive working environment.
A grisly and comic poetic tale concerning a local Bluebeard who's intent on causing havoc wherever he roams.
For details see Monday
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