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with Brian Redhead and Sue MacGregor.
Details as Monday plus:
7.45 Thought for the Day with Rt Rev Jim Thompson.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament

Contributors

Unknown:
Brian Redhead
Unknown:
Sue MacGregor.
Unknown:
Jim Thompson.

Presented by Brian Hayes , with birthday guest Dave Gilmour of Pink Floyd.
Producer Lucy Cacanas. Stereo

Contributors

Presented By:
Brian Hayes
Unknown:
Dave Gilmour
Producer:
Lucy Cacanas.

with Jenni Murray.
Career breaks, job-sharing and part-time work can be a boon to women with domestic commitments. But how do such arrangements affect their future success? Melanie Fanstone reports. Serial: Tommy Was Here (8)

Contributors

Unknown:
Jenni Murray.
Unknown:
Melanie Fanstone

by Martin Davies. 3: Hungry
Robert's mum is doing so much work for the church he can't get enough to eat. And it seems his friends and family can't get enough of something else.
Producer Richard Wilson Stereo

Contributors

Unknown:
Martin Davies.
Producer:
Richard Wilson
Mrs Patterson:
Brenda Blethyn
Barbara Patterson:
Charlotte Coleman
Guy Entwhistle:
Martino Lazzeri
Robert Patterson:
Paul Parris
Andy Hunt:
Mark Straker
Janet Tyson:
Claire Skinner
Fr Benedict:
Desmond Barritt
Mrs Barday-FarrjLady at Counter:
Jill Meers
Fr Hugh:
Gordon Reid

by Nick Pullin.
A play for Valentine's week about love, romantic novels, initiative tests and pink cami-knickers.
Director Marion Nancarrow
Stereo

Contributors

Unknown:
Nick Pullin.
Director:
Marion Nancarrow
Matthew:
David Thorpe
Marilyn:
Carolyn Backhouse
Mum:
June Barrie
Dad:
Steve Hodson
Bill Moon:
Ed Bishop

The second of six programmes in which
Christopher Cook delves into the BBC Sound
Archives to discover something of the great figures of the past, through the memoirs of those who were fortunate enough to meet them. Producer John Knight

Contributors

Unknown:
Christopher Cook
Producer:
John Knight

Quentin Cooper meets the potter Gabrielle Koch, whose new collection of ceramics goes on show at Sherborne's Alpha House Gallery, and reports on the week's films releases.
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)

Contributors

Unknown:
Quentin Cooper
Unknown:
Gabrielle Koch
Producer:
Adrian Washbourne

A Belfast Girl Goes on Holiday by Irene Dische.
Can you have fun aupairing in Switzerland, especially when your boyfriend is soaking up the Miami sun and "swimming in Coca Cola"? Read by Alice Arnold. Producer Duncan Minshull

Contributors

Unknown:
Irene Dische.
Read By:
Alice Arnold.
Producer:
Duncan Minshull

Ned Sherrin conducts contestants through the wide-ranging musical quiz with questions on anything from baroque to punk rock.
Today's third heat comes from the Watershed Media Centre, Bristol.

Contributors

Unknown:
Ned Sherrin

The trial of Florence Maybrick in 1889 was a sensational affair. The beautiful widow was alleged to have poisoned her husband James with arsenic. What took place in the courtroom of St
George's Hall in Liverpool helped to secure rights for the accused that we take for granted today. In this Age to Age special,
Christopher Cook and David Foster recall the case of Florence Maybrick , which was responsible for the setting up of the Court of Criminal Appeal.

Contributors

Unknown:
Florence Maybrick
Unknown:
Christopher Cook
Unknown:
David Foster
Unknown:
Florence Maybrick

An eight-part series about life in Walsgrave Hospital, Coventry, one of Britain's largest hospitals.
6: A 35-year-old man is called in for a kidney transplant operation, and Dr Anantt Patel saves the life of a heart-attack victim.
Producers Sarah Rowlands and Brian King

Contributors

Unknown:
Dr Anantt Patel
Producers:
Sarah Rowlands
Producers:
Brian King

Entertaining tales from Canadian historians: why the songs of Dolly Parton are an important archive source. What doctors were doing spreading minced puppies on to sore joints. And how Government policy was formed at the Prime Minister's "cabinet" meetings with a medium. Presented by Dr Christopher Andrew.

Contributors

Unknown:
Dolly Parton
Presented By:
Dr Christopher Andrew.

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