The daily bulletin of rural current affairs.
With Rev Andy Campbell.
With Brian Redhead and John Humphrys. Details as Monday plus:
With Sister Lavinia Byrne.
Marjorie Proops talks to Dr Anthony Clare.
The former Labour Cabinet minister Tony Benn continues his revelations about what really goes on behind the scenes in government.
Producer Keith Jones
Regional Variations (2)
2: Andrew Fowles works for the 7th Marquess of Hertford at Ragley Hall. He Woks for large dinner parties, makes the beds, cleans the hunting boots, and then Partners His Lordship for the odd game of lawn tennis. Producer Gwyn Richards
Chronicles. The first of seven parts read by Paul Daneman. bridged by Gareth Gwyn Jones Director Alan Drury
Introduced by Sarah Dunant. is fitness addictive? Mairead Devlin talks to gym goers who just can't get enough. Serial: Spoilt. 3: Uncle Victor.
With John Howard.
by Peter Kerry. In six parts.
2: Edge of Blackness. Edward and Michael don join a CND march across Kent.
Producer Lissa Evans
with James Naughtie.
by Rupert Mallin.
A bacon factory worker falls in love with a student who teaches her a lesson about clashing beliefs.
Director Richard Wortley
In the last of six talks, Phil Smith offers a perspective on life and current affairs from the fish queue in the open market. Holy Rupture
Producer Gillian Hush
Michael O'Donnell explores the extraordinary within family life. 2: TheAkshars.
4: Nicola and Pierre. Pierre is an artist living in the countryside of Northern France while Nicola runs her own company in London. How does a long distance marriage work for them? Producer Rona McLean
An interview with John Sayles about his movie "Passion Rush", and a review of Sharon Stone in "Sliver". Mark Burman reports from the location of Daniel Day Lewis's latest film: the controversial dramatisation of the story of the Guilford Four. Plus two new novels about powerful old women.
(Revised repeat at 9.15pm)
by Shena Mackay. While waiting for the cash machine, Jessamy has a decision to make. Read by Diana Payan. Producer David Hunter
with Chris Lowe and Linda Lewis.
Some home truths for Peggy.
If you've got 24.5 minutes to spare join drummer and projectionist Pete Cotterill on a night out.
Producers Mel Hill and Piers Plowright
Geoff Watts at the conference of the British Association for the Advancement of Science at Keele University.
Rosemary Hartill looks at the turbulent political, literary and spiritual life of Dr Jonathan Swift , 18th-century Dean of St Patrick's, Dublin. Reader Bryan Murray. Producer Amanda Hancox
Who Needs Managers? Meet the company that's torn up the management rulebook. Where workers set their own hours, and many of them decide on their own pay. Peter Day reports from Brazil on the lessons Semco has to teach businesses around the world.
Producer Stephen Chilcott
(Revised repeat of 4.05pm)
Presented by Roger White.
with Alexander MacLeod.
3: The fearful truth is that I am in love but lost her I have.
Presented by Simon Brett.
Last in series. Peter White talks to
Celeste Dandekerwhowas a dancer with the London Contemporary Dance 16 years ago before an accident which left her in a wheelchair.
Producer Ronni Davis