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.
Editor Philip Harding
with Cliff Morgan. Producer Joanne Watson
with Ken Bruce. This week: Simon Parkes visits Salvador in north-east Brazil, the home of Samba.
Producer Sara Jane Hall
with Ned Sherrin and the likes of Robert Elms, Victoria Mather and The Men Who Know.
Producer Ian Gardhouse. Stereo
with Andrew Marr.
Producer Dennis Sewell
with Louise Botting. Producer Robert Mackenzie
Panel: Clement Freud ,
Peter Jones , Derek Nimmo and Wendy Richard.
Chairman Nicholas Parsons.
Producer Sarah Smith. Stereo
This week's panel tackles the issues raised by an invited audience in Didcot,Oxfordshire. Chairman
Jonathan Dimbleby. and at 2.00pm
Any Answers? [number removed]with Jonathan Dimbleby. Producers Anna Carragher and Dymphna Flynn
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Roland "dies" and comes back to life. Could it be a spiritual rebirth?
In Frederick Bradnum 's dark-grey comedy, Roland's search for salvation leads to some strange encounters.
Director Glyn Dearman. Stereo
Nick Swingler reflects on the history of the cafe as the ideal environment for creative thinking. Readers: Alan Sykes and Geoffrey Wheeler. Producer Gillian Hush
Regional Variations (2)
Annette Kobak interviews British author, scholar and soldier Patrick Leigh Fermor about walking from the Hook of Holland to Constantinople in the 1930s. A programme from 1992. Show more
Part of Radio 4's Northern Lightsfestival. Mysterious black pyramids of ice and disappearing lakes were just two of the problems faced by a bunch of British students on their science summer camp in Iceland. Alun Lewis reports. Producer Peter Croasdale
Ifthel979referendum had led to a Scottish
National Assembly, would it have taken the high road or the low road? In the last of the series, Tam Dalyell , MP, and Professor Neil McCormick rewrite history in conversation with Chris Andrew.
Producer Ian Bell. Stereo
Six programmes in which Phil Smith focuses on experiences of marriage through three generations of northern working people. 4: Troubled Waters
Producer Gillian Hush
and Sports Round-Up
with Bill Wallis ,
Sally Grace , David Tate and Alistair MacGowan.
Robert Robinson eavesdrops on another conversation. Producer Michael Ember
Barry Levinson 's career as a film director has included such milestones as Diner, the Oscar-laden Rain Man and, shortly, his much-heralded Bugsy with Warren Beatty , which has just scooped three
American film awards in Los Angeles.
Nigel Andrews traces Levinson's progress.
Producer Richard Bannerman
The last of a four-part dramatisation of Alessandro Manzoni 's novel.
A year has passed but Renzo remains a wanted man. Lucia has taken a vow of chastity, and now an even more dangerous threat hangs over the Duchy of Milan.
Translated by Bruce Penman Dramatised by Louise Page
Director Tracey Neale. Stereo
Professor Akbar Ahmed talks to six people from the Indian subcontinent who have influence in Britain.
Presented by Brian Kay.
Producer Sarah Devonald. Stereo
led by the Rev
Dr John Newton. Stereo
Six programmes about the Circumpolar Arctic. 4: Cold Comforts
How far have the comforts of the south corroded the social fabric of the far north? Presented by Daniel Snowman. Stereo
Six talks by Charles Arnold -Baker, born Wolfgang
Werner von Blumenthal.
4: Two in One
Richard Baker meets repetiteurs David Syrus of the Royal Opera, and Martin Isepp of Glyndebourne.
Stereo (Broadcast/ast Tuesday)
90s written by and starring comedian
Nick Revell , in six programmes. With Alistair McGowan , Kate McKenzie , Caroline Gruber , and Brian Bowles. Guest Brian Johnston.
Producer Jon Magnusson. Stereo