The daily bulletin of rural current affairs. Producers John Harvey and Robin Maynard
With Rev Enid Morgan.
With Sue MacGregor and Peter Hobday.
6.45 Business News
7.25, 8.25 Sports News
7.45 Thought for the Day With Rabbi Lionel Blue.
Pete McCarthy takes a final look at the World of travellers' tales. This week, the truth about the wild man of Hunstanton. Producer David Prest
Melvyn Bragg and guests with lively and stimulating conversation. Producer Mary Sharp
Regional Variations (2)
Chris Stuart chairs another lighthearted look at the world of inventors and their creations . With guests Heather Couper , Professor Lewis Wolpert , Dr Mike Stroud and Sue Nelson. Producer Aled Evans
Isaiah. David Neal reads the fifth of 16ePisodes from the authorised version. bridged by Yvonne Antrobus Producer Philip Martin
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
Serial: Strong Poison by Dorothy L Sayers. Crime novelist Harriet Vane stands in the dock, accused of murdering her ex-lover. How can Lord Peter Wimsey save her? Read in 12 episodes by Nigel Planer. Abridged by Sally Feldman
Music Langford's London Miniatures
Editors Sally Feldman and Clare Selene
Vincent Duggleby takes your calls on how to make the most of your money. Producer Andrew Wood
LINES OPEN from 10.00am
with John Howard. Editor Ken Vass
In the last contest of the series, the London team, Irene Thomas and Eric Kom , take on the North team of Paul Barker and Margaret Lessing. Questionmasters Gordon Clough and Tony Quinton. Producer Julia Shaw
with James Naughtie.
Adaptation of Nicholas Meyer 's Gold and Silver Dagger Award-winning book, starring Simon Callow as Sherlock Holmes , Ian Hogg as Dr Watson and Karl Johnson as Sigmund Freud. ..
The riddle of Holmes's disappearance after the Reichenbach Falls is at last solved, and the real reason for Professor Moriarty's power is revealed.
With David Bannerman , Kate Binchy , Federay Holmes , JillieMeers and David Sinclair Violin played by Steve Bentley
Dramatised by Denny Martin Flinn
Music David Chiltem and Nicholas Russell-Pavier Director Jane Morgan
In the first of the 26th - and final - series, Sue MacGregor's guest is writer Alan Plater, who talks about his life and work and reflects a little on both.
At the start of National Library Week, Natalie Wheen hosts the programme from Bolton Public Library, including a review of a book called Long Overdue. Producer Neil Trevithick
by Elizabeth Jolley. Mabel Doris Morgan gets increasingly exasperated with her tenant and his outboard motor. Read by Carole Boyd. Producer David Hunter
Chairman Barry Took quizzes team captains Richard Ingrams and Alan Coren and their guests in the last of the series.
Producer Jon Naismith
A dinosaur is on the loose.
The best from Henrietta Green's Food Lover's Guide to Britain is tested by Derek Cooper and his guests, including the winner of the Good Food competition.
This new production of Anton Chekhov's classic play set on a country estate in Russia was recorded on location. It was described by the author as "a comedy, four acts, rural scenery (a view over a lake): much talk of literature, little action, five bushels of love."
Adapted for radio by Martyn Wade. Director Cherry Cookson
This week Roger White presents the programme from Edinburgh, the financial heart of Scotland.
Continuing Roddy Doyle 's story of a 10-year-old boy who loves life with all its mystery and just can't understand why people don't like each other.
Episode 4. Read by Mark Lambert.
Abridged by Christ Rtz-Simon .ProducerEoinO'Callaghan
An Actor's Life for Me by Paul Mayhew-Archer . Starring John Gordon-Sinclair and Caroline Quentin. 4: Educating Robert. Sue gets Robert some work teaching drama at her school. Is he a natural teacher or a natural disaster?
Producer Paul Spencer
(First broadcast on Radio 2)