Presented and produced by 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 Jonathan Fryer
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
with Cliff Morgan. Producer Robin Bailey
Presented by Eddie Mair. This week Breakaway joins the ABTA conference in Majorca, and also looks at the quieter side of the Balearics as Alanah Martin visits Menorca.
Producer Sara Jane Hall
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Ned Sherrin and the likes of Robert Elms,
Victoria Mather and The Men Who Know.
Producer Jayne Morgan
with Peter Riddell , the Political Editor of The Times.
Producer Dennis Sewell
with Alison Mitchell. Producer Virginia Eastman
Chairman Barry Took quizzes team captains
Richard Ingrams and Alan Coren and their guests. Producer Louise Coats
Joining Sue MacGregor to tackle issues raised in Bury St Edmunds , Suffolk, are Robin Cook , MP.
Shadow Trade Secretary; Sir Nicholas Goodison , Chairman of the TSB.Rt Hon David Mellor , QC.
MP and Cristina Odone. Editor of the Catholic Herald.
Your opportunity to call
Sue MacGregor with your views on the issues raised in this week's edition of Any Questions?
Producers Nadine Grieve and Dymphna Flynn
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by Anne Fine.
Not many plays can claim to deal with philosophy and the poisoning of a shameless hussy with a blackcurrant tart...
Dramatised by Mike Walker
The last in the series in which Stephen Pile investigates the strange case of Britain today. 4- The Monoglot
Armed with half-forgotten '0' level French, he sets out to discover why
Britain is bottom of the linguistic league, and tests the latest technology in the struggle to convert us into polyglots.
Producer Anne-Marie Cole
Life behind the billboards. Copywriter Marcus Leigh eavesdrops as three advertising agencies grapple with some awkward accounts. Producer Ian Bell
What is happening in science? Peter Evans presents a weeklv review of discoveries and developments.
Producer Julian Brown
Jessica Holm goes in search of the elusive otter along the River Taw in north Devon- the land where Tarka lived. producer Simon Roberts
Patrick Hannan and his guests take a sceptical look at the week's events. Producer Richard Thomas
and Sports Round-Up
A satirical review of the week's news.
Nosy Parkers, soft police, or the community's conscience? Social workers in Newcastle take Robert Robinson behind the public image.
Producer Nadine Grieve
Industrial Archaeology Comes of Age
The publication of Blackwell's Encyclopedia of Industrial Archaeology at long last rationalises a scattered, infant discipline, almost a century after its birth. But what is to become of the last remnants of the Industrial Revolution? Chris Eldon Lee travels to Poland,
Germany and Wales to see examples of our recent past, and to meet those desperate to preserve it. Producer Chris Eldon Lee
Crippen by William Ingram , adapted from Emlyn Williams 's book, Dr Crippen Diary.
In 1910 Dr Crippen was hanged for the murder of his wife but what really happened on the night she died?
Pianist Tim Riley
Director Alison Hindell
Presented by Brian Kay. Producer Anthony Sellors
A hymn, a reading and a reflection, led by Rev Keith Clements.
Umpire Brian Johnston is joined by Tim Rice and Willie Rushton. with Leslie Thomas and Christopher Martin-Jenkins .
From IBM Hursley Cricket Club, near Winchester.
Producer Jon Magnusson
Professionals who are used to criticism reveal how bad the public can be.
1: Harassed GPs reckon the pressure of running a busy practice and keeping the public healthy is making them feel positively ill. Reporter Neil Walker. A Revolution Recordings production
Ronald Leith , in the bell-tower of St Nicholas's Church in Aberdeen.
by Bram Stoker.
4: Renfield's behaviour becomes even stranger, Van Helsing and John Seward struggle to save Lucy's life, and Jonathan Harker sees an old acquaintance.
Dramatised by Nick McCarty Music: Malcolm Clarke
Director Hamish Wilson