Producer Tim Finney
with James Whitbourn
with John Humphrys and Peter Hobday.
7.20 Listeners' Letters
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with the Rev
Dr Leslie Griffiths
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
Editor Philip Harding
with Russell Davies
Producer Andy Gillies
visits South Wales.
Presented by Ken Bruce. Producer Sara Jane Hall
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with Ned Sherrin and the likes of Sandi Toksvig ,
Arthur Smith , Robert Elms and Emma Freud. Stereo
with Michael White
Producer Dennis Sewell
The return of the series that looks into the stories behind the European headlines with Max Easterman.
Editor Jolyon Monson
with Louise Botting and Vincent Duggleby Producer Frances Macdonald
The return of NEW the show in which
Barry Took quizzes
Richard Ingrams , Alan Coren and their guests on the week's news.
Producer Diane Messias. Stereo
The panel includes
Mary Kaldor , George Robertson , MP, and William Wallace.
Jonathan Dimbleby. and at 2.00pm
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Producers Anna Carragher and Charlotte Blofeld
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An adaptation of Elizabeth Jolley's comic novel.
In Diana Hopewell's latest book, an Australian headmistress sets out on a 'grand tour' of Europe with a pupil and two female lovers. But culture is undermined by jealousies and drunken orgies which change the life of the avid reader, Miss Peabody, for ever. Adapted by Elizabeth Proud
The last of three programmes. When students Robert Weddle and Anthony Halford decided to walk 1,000 miles from Chartres to Assisi, they little suspected how the experience would change their lives. Thirty years on, the landscape, the people and legendary shrines yield up their simple secret to Robert Weddle.
A Place of Sun and Singing
Producer Simon Elmes. Stereo
Peter Evans chairs a discussion on the ethical issues surrounding embryo research and gene therapy.
Producer Dee Palmer
The last of the series in which BBC Religious Affairs Correspondent
Mike Wooldridge talks to international political leaders about the beliefs which have underpinned their professional careers. 5:
David Lange, the former Prime Minister of New Zealand.
and Sports Round-Up
Director Tracey Neale. Stereo
with Robert Robinson
Producer Michael Ember. Stereo
The final episode of John Galsworthy's saga, narrated by Dirk Bogarde as Galsworthy.
A society divorce scandal shocks the Cherrells. But the outcome leaves Dinny in a quandary. Fleur and Dinny, usually so different, both show their generosity.
Episode dramatised by Elspeth Sandys
Director and series producer Janet Whitaker.
Children are often more receptive to new music than their elders. The breaking of musical traditions cuts little ice with them.
Michael Berkeley talks to musicians, including conductor Michael Tilson
Thomas, about the ways children are introduced to the making and hearing of music, and how composers have reacted to a young audience.
Producer Belinda Sample. Stereo
with Brian Kay
Producer Sarah Devonald. Stereo
led by the Rt Rev
Richard Harries. Stereo
Since his death 20 years ago, the tenor Wilfred Brown has become identified almost exclusively with his acclaimed recording of Gerald Finzi 's cantata,
Dies Natalis. In music and anecdote, Andrew Green tells the story of this distinguished singer, . broadcaster and lifelong Quaker.
Producer Claire Campbell Smith Stereo
The last programme in which Roy Dean considers the work of some lesser-known American lyric writers.
Irving Kahal - I'll Be Seeing You
Producer David Perry
with Anthony and Patricia Godwin , founders of the Palm Court
The Bobo Girls - Sioned
Wiliam and Rebecca Front
- present a programme of late-night sketches and sophisticated song. Songs: Rebecca Front. Music: Jon Magnusson ,
Philip Hopkins , Matt Wates and Don Richardson.
Producer Armando lannucci Stereo