with the Dean of Theology and Professor Gwilym Henry Jones.
with James Naughtie and John Humphrys.
Details as Monday plus:
7.45 Thought for the Day with Elaine Storkey.
8.40 Yesterday in Parliament
Michael Buerk chairs a live investigation into the moral questions behind the week's news. Witnesses are cross-examined by Janet Daley ,
Rabbi Hugo Gryn , Edward Pearce and Dr David Starkey.
Producer David Coomes
Stories from the Hindu tradition.
9: The Boy Who Wanted to Be Emperor For details see Monday
Introduced by Jenni Murray.
Woman's Hour celebrates 150 years of educating women at Blackburne House in Liverpool.
Serial: A Temporary Affair (8)
Producers Elizabeth Abrahams and Emma Selby For details of serial see Monday
Producer Tony Grant
with Tasneem Siddiqi.
News teams from GMTV and BBC World
Service's Outlook reveal who knows more about the year in which chairman Brian Hayes might well have been found lurking under an Afghan coat. A Testbed production
with Nick Clarke.
Repeated from yesterday 7.05pm
Donald Campbell 's historical drama centres on the "Auld Alliance" between Scotland and France and one of the great wars between Scotland and England.
Fifteenth-century Scotland and Henry of England is making war in Europe. Desperate for help, France calls on Scotland to enter the fray and James IV is left with no alternative. At the head of a large army he invades England. Waiting for him at home in Scotland are the wives of the flower of Scots chivalry, and waiting for him in England - at a place called Flodden - is the Earl of Surrey with a rag, tag and bobtail force of English bowmen levied from the northern counties.
Director Hamish Wilson
with Laurie Taylor.
Paul Allen sees "New England," the new Richard Nelson play at the Barbican, and investigates a new work by the inventive group Theatre de Complicite.
(Revised repeat 9.30pm)
by Raymond Carver.
Scotty will be eight in two days' time. A cake has been ordered and a party planned. Then on the morning of the birthday there is an accident.... Read by Bob Sherman. Producer Paul Dodgson
More family fun with supervarmint Harry Hill and the gang. 3: Army and Navy
With special guest Anita Dobson. Producer Jon Magnusson
Feathers fly at Grange Farm.
A series of sidelong looks at issues and places not far behind the headlines.
2: Zulu Dreamtime. Reunited with Zulu friends
, Zululand-born poet Leo Aylen explores the recently liberated Zulu nation and learns that praise-singing is more than just praise, and harmony more than just getting the notes right.
Producer Nigel Acheson
Beyond the Ceasefire
Talks about the future shape of government in Northern Ireland are on the horizon for Downing Street.
Andrew Marr puts himself in the place of those who will be considering the options, and rehearses the negotiations with the help of expert advisers and a panel spanning the divide.
Producers Sheila Cook and Nicola Meyrick Repeated Sunday at 4.15pm
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Presented by Ted Harrison. Producer Marlene Pease
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Revised repeat of 4.05pm
with Robin Lustig.
by Alasdair Gray.
4: Beside the Fountain.
For details see Monday
Poets own up to influential rock and pop lyrics in an exploration into the grey area between pop and poetry. Presented by Simon Armitage. Producer Paul Dodgson