with Dr David Cook.
with Sue MacGregor and Peter Hobday.
Details as Monday plus:
7.45 Thought for the Day with the Rev
Dr Donald English.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
The last in the series of the real-life stories of the folk of Bentley in Hampshire, presented by Nigel Farrell. For Liz and Peter the big day has finally arrived: Bentley celebrates a village wedding. Producer Chris Paling
Numbers. Part 7.
Introduced by Wendy Austin.
From temper tantrums to toilet training, nursery education to nightmares, today's programme answers your questions about caring for the under-5s. Phone-in on [number removed]57. Serial: Saint Maybe (15) 0 LINES open from 9.30am
withjessica Holm. Producer Grant Sonnex
with Debbie Thrower.
Editor Ken Vass
Presented by Derek Cooper.
This week: is it possible to slaughter animals humanely?
Producers Sheila Dillon and Mane Helly
with Roger Hearing. Editor Roger Mosey
The Personal History of David Copperfield Charles Dickens 's novel dramatised in ten parts. 7: WickfieldandHeep Stereo
BBC correspondents at home and abroad report on one of the main British or foreign topics in this week's news.
Producers Carole Lacey and Howard Rogers
"I read on and on, unable to put the book down," wrote Vanessa Redgrave in her recent autobiography. She tells Nigel Forde about the books that have influenced her.
Would-be writers talk about struggling to get published, and the pains of rejection. And Tchaikovsky's Final Years - the period of some of his greatest works-are captured in the final volume of David Brown 's biography.
Producer Sally Marmion
Louisa Buck talks to the artist Sonia Boyce ; and visits Manchester's Royal Exchange Theatre for the new production of Medea. Producer Jerome Weatherald
Orchards by William Bedford. Lowther's father had planted the apple trees in soil too heavy for them and in a position that exposed them to the east wind.
Now the fruit is rotten and, like his son who now tends them, bruised and yellowed.
Read by Joss Ackland. Producer Peter Kavanagh Stereo
with Frank Partridge and Hugh Sykes. Editor Kevin Marsh
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The transport programme with Janet Trewin. This week: should restoring Britain's canals be for profit or pleasure?
Betty makes an uncomfortable discovery.
Wntten by Sally Wainwright
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Chris Serle presents his selection of extracts from
BBC radio and television over the past seven days. Producer Liz Jenson Stereo
This week's panel:
David Blunkett , MP, Shadow Environment
Kenneth Clarke , QC, MP,
Secretary of State for
Education and Science; Lady Howe,
Chair of the Women's
Economic Development Programme for Business in the Community; and William Wallace ,
Fellow of St Antony's College, Oxford.
From Wolverhampton. Chairman
Jonathan Dimbleby. Producer Anna Carragher
The cases, the courts and the lawyers -
Marcel Berlins 's weekly look at the developments in the law and how they affect people's lives.
Producer Sallie Davies
Why the Federal Trade Commission decided to ban the sight of tobacco brand names on TV after the 1991 World Baseball Series between the Minnesota Twins and the Atlanta Braves.
The Beat Goes On
Ian McMillan meets survivors of the "Beat" years.
by Alistair Cooke.
with Richard Kershaw.
Zuleika Dobson by Max Beerbohm. Part 3.
A look back at the week's news.
Producer Jon Magnusson. Stereo
with Heather Payton. Stereo