with Ruth Etchells.
with Brian Redhead and Peter Hobday.
Details as Monday plus:
7.45 Thought for the Day with the Rev
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
The last in the present series in which listeners report on a variety of issues with the help of Susan Marling and the Punters team.
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Small Town Wit
The last in the series in which Colin Morris looks at the religious significance of humour. Producer Juh Wills. Stereo
During the Second World War, the Rocky Mountain Arsenal, near Denver in the USA, developed and produced napalm and mustard gas.
Paradoxically, 50 years on, 'the most polluted spot on earth' is also a unique wildlife reserve and a prime site for the endangered mascot of America - the bald eagle. Presented by Fergus Keeling and Jessica Holm. Producer John Holmes
(Repeated Sunday at 9. 15pm;
Reflecting on the concerns of the day. Stereo
Stereo (Omnibus edition on Saturday at 6.25pm)
Ferdinand Dennis talks to five people born in the colonies but now living in Britain.
3: Margaret Busby was the youngest publisher in Britain and for 20 years she published books no one else would print. They made her and her authors into a success story.
Producer Marina Salandy-Brown
In Tokyo, Joanna Pitman learns the honourable art of grovelling. Stereo
with Margaret Collins.
with James Naughtie.
with Jenni Murray.
'A tonic to the nation' -
40 years on. Corinne Julius looks back at the Festival of Britain.
Stories: Out of India 3: On Bail
Read by Souad Faress . (For detai/s see Tuesday)
Regional Variations (2)
and other business from Parliament.
Nigel Forde meets prolific novelist Stan Barstow , and discovers the contents of his bookshelf.
And Margaret Forster discusses her new novel
The Battle for Christabel. Producer Sally Marmion
Paul Vaughan is at the first night of All for Love, John Dryden 's great Restoration tragedy, with Diana Rigg playing Cleopatra; and oboist Paul Godwin visits the studio.
Producer Adrian Washbourne Stereo
with Frank Partridge and Hugh Sykes.
and Financial Report
Joe's spring is causing unforeseen problems.
'I felt powerful behaving like that. It made me feel good. I really intimidated people.'
In the second of two programmes about adult bullying at work, Andrea Adams examines where the responsibility should lie for this problem and the difficulties of dealing with it.
Producer Cathy Drysdale. Stereo
The return of the series.
Tory leaders are now trumpeting the 'social market' and sedulously courting their German counterparts.
David Walker asks: is a new Conservatism being unveiled or old-style Toryism done up in different garb?
with Kati Whitaker.
For disabled listeners.
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with Roger White. Stereo
with Richard Kershaw.
Regional Variations (2)
An Autumn Sowing by E F Benson. Part 9.
Jennifer Phillips 's five-part comedy series set in the offices of a London car firm.
3: A Heavy Night
In which the genial cab firm conmen find that
Angela is a sharper 'owner' than they had realised.
Director Richard Wortley. Stereo
Coverage of the local elections continues.
As the final votes are counted, a clearer picture should emerge about the prospects for the next General Election.