Producer Tim Finney
with James Whitbourn.
with John Humphrys and Sue MacGregor.
7.20 Listeners' Letters
7.25,8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day with Fr Oliver McTernan.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
Editor Philip Harding
with Cliff Morgan. Producer Joanne Watson
The holiday and travel programme presented by Ken Bruce.
Producer Sara Jane Hall
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Angus Deayton hosts an hour of live interjections from the likes of Carol Thatcher , Steven Wells , Michele Kirsch and The Men
Who Know. Stereo
with Andrew Marr.
Producer Dennis Sewell
Reflections of life and politics abroad. Producer Geoff Spmk
with Louise Botting and Vincent Duggleby. Producer Frances Macdonald
Barry Took quizzes
Richard Ingrams and Alan Coren and their guests.
Producer Diane Messias. Stereo
The panel includes: Jean Lambert ,
John Prescott , MP and Des Wilson.
From Weybridge, Surrey. Chairman
and at 2.00pm
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Call James Naughtie with views on the issues raised in Any Questions?
Producers Anna Carragher and Lucy Cacanas
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A Madman of Convenience
The true story of a young surgeon committed in 1823 to Bedlam, accused of the attempted assassination of George IV. But he never had a trial; not only might he have been innocent, he might not have been mad. Written by Terry James.
Director Janet Whitaker. Stereo
The Island of Saints
Bardsey is the final resting place for 20,000 saints and home to auks, shearwaters, stonechats and wheatears. The mice are bigger yet the shrews are smaller than their mainland cousins, and all around are seals.
Lionel Kelleway follows a radio nature trail.
Producer John Harrison
with Alun Lewis.
Producer Peter Croasdale
Ferdinand Dennis talks to five people born in the colonies but living in Britain. 2: Clyde Williams , now Chief Executive of FullEmploy Training, was born poor in Guyana but by the 1980s was running his own computer firm with a £35m turnover.
with Bill Wallis , David Tate and Sally Grace.
and Sports Round-Up
Director Tracey Neale. Stereo
with Robert Robinson.
Producer Michael Ember. Stereo
The Mill on the Floss A five-part dramatisation of George Eliot 's novel. 3: Home and Work
Mr Tulliver has lost a law suit over the irrigation rights to his mill. With the bailiffs about to call, Tom decides it is time to leave school and find a situation.
Dramatised by Michelene Wandor Director Philip Martin. Stereo
The Man Who Makes Jazz
As journalist and jazz enthusiast
Michael Dineen watched the 1984 gangster film The Cotton Club, he felt that at last Hollywood had done justice to his favourite music. He was convinced that original recordings had been dubbed on the soundtrack. Now he admits he was hoodwinked by Bob Wilber , the man who recreated the classic sounds of the Jazz Age for the film.
Bob Wilber explains to Michael Dineen how he makes early improvised jazz come back to life, with an exclusive foretaste of music from his new film project on Bix Beiderbecke. Producer Gwyn Richards. Stereo
Presented by Brian Kay.
Producer Sarah Devonald. Stereo
led by the Rev Keith Clements. Stereo
A royal edition of the programme as Mollie Harris visits the ancestral home of the Earl of Lichfield for the Shugborough Gamekeepers' Fair. The gamekeepers from Windsor give a rare demonstration of their expertise in running gun dogs and. in between visits to the cider tent, Mollie and Martin Muncaster learn about falconry and attend the shotgun clinic.
Producer Irene Mallis
The second of six talks by Charles Arnold-Baker , born Wolfgang Werner von Blumenthal, a Prussian aristocrat.
on the role of music in the theatre with director
Trevor Nunn and the Royal Shakespeare Company's Head of Music, Guy Woolfenden.
From flamenco to flute playing, from teaching to the triangle - Tom Miles and Rob Millner present the second of six programmes. With special guests Jonathan Cecil , Flaminia Cinque,
Professor Jim Tavare and Juan Ramirez.
Producer Harry Thompson. Stereo