with Richard Sanders.
In the 1990s has the NFU lost its way, with its power base in Whitehall and Brussels a thing of the Past? And who will lead the union once its current President David Naish moves on?
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 Canon Paul Bates
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
with Cliff Morgan. Producer Robin Bailey
Presented by Eddie Mair. This week: battlefield tours and the 50th anniversary of the Dambusters raid. Producer David Prest
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with Ned Sherrin , Annabel Giles , Craig Ferguson and John Hegley.
Producer Dymphna Flynn
with Michael White. Producer Dennis Sewell
The last programme in the series, with Gordon Clough. Editor Maria Balinska
Presented by Alison Mitchell.
Producer Virginia Eastman
Barry Took quizzes
Richard Ingrams , Alan Coren and their guests. Producer Louise Coats
Joining Nick Clarke to tackle issues raised in Morpeth, Northumberland are Jeremy Beecham ,
Chairman of the Association of Metropolitan Authorities; Chris Mullen , MP; David Willetts , MP and Ruth Deech , Principal, St Anne's College, Oxford.
Producers Nadine Grieve and Emma Selby
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Going Under by Lydia Chukovskaya. A remarkable love story set in Stalinist Russia. Two writers discover much about themselves and the system under which they live.
Dramatised by Ken Whitmore Director Martin Jenkins
3: Is There Life After Fleet Street?
What has been lost and what has been gained by the death of "The Street of Shame"? Stephen Pile sets out to find out whether sober journalists can write interesting newspapers.
Producer Anne-Marie Cole
with Marcus Leigh.
The continuing story of how three advertising agencies grapple with some awkward accounts. Producer Ian Bell
with Peter Evans.
Producer Peter Croasdale
with Michael Scott.
While shelducks borrow rabbit burrows to make their nests and eider ducks embark on their frenetic courtship, down in the mud the mussels brace themselves for the annual carnage that drives them to the edge of extinction. A typical spring morning on one of Britain's smallest but most studied estuaries - the Ythan near Aberdeen.
Producer Grant Sonnex
Patrick Hannan and his guests take a sceptical look at the week's events. producer Richard Thomas
and Sports Round-Up
Robert Robinson talks to distinguished philosophers in Oxford.
Producer Nadine Grieve
After Henry -
Sculpture in Public Places
As the new Henry Moore Institute opens in Leeds, Tim Marlow looks at Moore's legacy and questions the way sculpture is colonising our town squares. Is public art really able to regenerate urban space and invoke civic pride? The sculptors Sir Anthony Caro ,
Tess Jeray , Glynn Williams and Dhruva Mistry are among those sharing their views. Producer Robyn Read
Knox Bay by Elspeth Sandys.
Jenny is only 12 but that doesn't stop her thinking about sex and love, though she doesn't yet know the difference between them. The arrival of a new teacher in the close-knit community of Knox Bay opens her eyes, but it also splits the place apart.
With Ben Fraser , Aisa Fraser ,
Colin Louisson , Kate Louisson , Dominic Letts and Diana Payan Pianist Michael Haslam
Director Jane Morgan
Presented by Brian Kay. Producer Anthony Sellors
led by Canon Eddie Neale.
Brian Johnston umpires another test of wit and general knowledge.
Taking the crease: Tim Rice and Willie Rushton , with Rachael Heyhoe Flint and Paul Merton. From
Chipperfield Cricket Club, Herts.
Producer Jon Magnusson
The final programme in which Derek Jacobi and Haydn Gwynne read poetry and prose about relationships. 6: Lovers
Producer Julia Gillett
with members of the London Salon Ensemble.
by Bram Stoker.
3: Mina receives news of Jonathan Harker ill in a hospital in Buda-Pesth.
Arthur becomes alarmed at Lucy's state of health.
Dramatised by Nick McCarty Music: Malcolm Clarke
Director Hamish Wilson