Presented by Richard Sanders. Producer Steve Peacock
with James Whitbourn and his guest. Producer Christine Morgan
with Peter Hobday and John Humphrys.
with John Newbury.
Presented by Cliff Morgan. Producer Cathy Huyton
Holiday news with Eddie Mair. Producer Jill Thomas
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with Ned Sherrin. Producer Laura Druce
Presented by Peter Riddell. Producer Jonathan Brunert
Producer Tony Grant
Presented by Alison Mitchell. Producer Frances Macdonald
Join Nicholas Parsons and guests Peter Jones , Derek Nimmo ,
Paul Merton and Steve Frost as they try to talk for a minute without hesitation, repetition or deviation.
Producer Ann Jobson. Rptd Monday 6.30pm
with Miles Kington, Jonathon Porritt , Dr David Starkey and Baroness Warnock in Dartington, Devon. Repeated from yesterday
Producers Poppy Hughes and Nick Utechin LINES OPEN from 12.30pm
by Georgette Heyer
With Sylvestra Le Touzel as Deborah Grantham and Nathaniel Parker as Max Ravenscar.
Deborah Grantham's position in a gaming house makes her utterly unsuitable as a wife for a nobleman, and Max Ravenscar determines to rescue his cousin from the clutches of a gamester - one of faro's daughters.
Dramatised by Kitty Black.
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Roy Porter with more stories from the past which help to make sense of the present.
Producer Ian Bell. Rptd tomorrow at 8.30pm
Presented by Peter Evans. Producer Peter Croasdale
Repeated Tuesday at 8.00pm
Reporter Jolyon Jenkins. Repeated from Tuesday
Four-part series in which writer and broadcaster John Kelly takes a wry look at life in his native Northern
Ireland. 3: University Challenge.
Girls, music, late nights and the law - ingredients for a colourful student life in Belfast, where the backdrop of the Troubles is a sobering reminder of a harsher reality.
Producer Owen McFadden
with Jeffrey Holland , Sally Grace , Toby Longworth and special guest Debbie Stephenson. Repeated from yesterday
Practising vets have to be business people, therapists and skilled surgeons. More want to enter the profession than can, and yet it has one of the highest suicide rates.
Robert Robinson asks members why. Producer Penelope Gibbs. Rptd Thur 11.30pm
The Importance of The Importance "A trivial comedy for serious people" is how Oscar Wilde described his apparently pointless high comedy of manners when it opened on Valentine's Day, 1895. One hundred years on, The Importance of Being
Earnest continues to be regarded as a masterpiece of disguised social satire. Paul Doust dips into the handbag with performers, directors and Lady
Bracknells past and present to reveal the travesties and ironic truths behind Wilde's mask of epigrammatic wit. Producer Adrian Wasbourne Repeated Friday at 9.30pm
by Roderick Graham, with Diana Weston as Kate and Struan Rodger as Hugh.
"If I cut all the strings, I can start again, with him or without him. I can swap autumn for spring. Do you never want to do that?"
Presented by Brian Kay. Producer Anthony Sellors
Led by Father Michael Child. Producer Kathryn Pritchard
Frank Delaney presents the programme about language.
5: God and Mammon. Terry Waite talks about talking to God, and there's a look at the influence of money on words. Producer Fiona Couper
Hermione Lee asks six well-known women writers to look back at an early work and talk about how their writing has developedsince then.
4: Grace Paley on Enormous Changes at the Last Minute
Producer Erin Riley
Lynne Walker talks to Debra Craine , dance critic and deputy arts editor of The Times, about the perils, pains and pleasures of life in the world of dance. Repeated from Tuesday
Final part of Tony Bagley 's comedy starring Martin Clunes as Roy and Geraldine James as Jane.
With the transmission of his television documentary Roy Hitchcock has, at last, achieved recognition.
Music by Julian Wastall
Producer Paul Schlesinger Rpt